The original Aeolus is an amazing atty. The first to make top airflow popular and garner awesome flavour. Well Syntheticloud has successfully fixed something that wasn’t broken. They have effectively made a mini version of their atty, but they didn’t stop there.
They have improved the design with a reverse thread center ring that stops any chance of leaking. Gold Plated almost the entire inner deck for vastly improved conductivity. Square Posts and Holes with awesome flat head screws designed to give just the right amount of torque on your wire. And finally much more airflow with more adjustment options. It has to be one of the cleanest, crisp flavours we have ever had. Somehow with all this thoughtful design they have stubbled onto the perfect airflow formula, no matter how open or closed the AFC is, the flavour is still awesome.
Building is nice and easy thanks to the staggered square posts and holes with solid bottoms (eliminates clipping your wire). We built the standard 24 ga, 7 Wrap, 3mm, Dual, 0.3 Ohm build and centering the coils was a piece of cake. Tighten down the outer post first, push your coils towards the center and finally tighten down your center post. With all top air flow designs, get your coils as far out to the center ring walls as possible and as high as you can towards the airflow. We found aligning the tops of your coils with the top of the center post (not including the screw head) worked perfectly. Hitting this build with 60W gives tons of flavour and decent clouds (2 air holes open), it’s a cooler vape though unless you play with closing things down quite a bit.
Airflow is very wide on this atty… fully open it’s full competition worthy, the crazy thing is the flavour is still there. We have to say it’s a little too airy for our usual liking but it’s something you may get used to when the flavour is this good. There are 4 air holes (1 more small hole than the original) and just like the original, you turn the top ring to open or block them as you see fit. It’s a simple system that just works. The resistance on this top ring is a little tight though. There is a wide bore tip and even more open AFC top cap available if you want even more airflow, we just don’t see the need with how open it is already. You can get things warmer and tighter by opening the smallest air hole and half a large one. It really is a very versatile AFC with one of the largest ranges we have ever seen.
The reverse center ring works well, don’t bother fiddling with it till you get it on a mod, it will just frustrate you. Once it’s on a mod, tighten down the build deck then push and spin the center ring counter clock-wise and she fits right on every time. It’s an interesting innovation, it stops you from over tightening your atty to your mod and also makes it absolutely leak proof. It’s just plain smart thinking. It does have one downfall, it doesn’t sit perfectly flush, meaning it may have a bit of a gap on some mods and most likely on a lot of mechs.
This is a very pretty little atty, beautiful finishings and the gold plated build deck make it a rather blinged out number. Everything is done very tastefully, not a thing we would change, or hope for. This is one authentic atty you should think about adding to your collection and there are some many little nuances that will make this one hard to clone (so don’t both buying the clone). We guarantee you will fall in love with the Aeolus v2 Pro.
– Clean & Crisp Flavour
– Great Flavour Open or Closed
– Condensed Vapor Chamber
– Gold Contacts
– Hits Fast & Hard
– Square Posts
– Large Square Post Holes
– Solid Bottom Post Holes
– Reverse Threaded Center Ring
– Easy Viewing of Build
– Easy to Build
– Screw Heads give the Perfect Torque
– Stays Cool
– Very Clean Design Aesthetic
– Tons of Airflow (really smooth)
– Leak Proof
– Single & Dual Builds
– No Spitback
– Great Build Quality
– Good for both Flavour & Cloud Chasers
– No Drip Tip
– Cool Vape (some may see as a Pro)
– May not sit flush on all Mods
– Top Cap O-ring resistance could be tighter
– AFC O-ring resistance too tight