It's like two brothers, separated at birth, who discover they're actually twins, despite their physical differences; THAT'S the best way to describe the GTX GO 80, and its shorter twin brother, the GTX GO 40.

It's your traditional, pen-styled vape, but with a few minor differences. First and foremost, the sizes:


23mm difference is nothing to sneeze at. On top of that, (no pun intended,) is the tank, which is the same for both devices, despite the size differences in pens. It's a top loaded tank with SSS Leak Resistant Technology, which makes refills almost completely mess-free.

To add to the ease of use, the tank is also connected magnetically, making the whole thing a mess free, snap-on, snap-off process.

GTX GO supports the entire series of GTX coils, including an RBA finish. Paired with an easily adjustable airflow, a 3000mAh built-in battery, and a maximum output of 80W (with a type-C 2A quick charger to boot,) the GTX GO provides a complete vaping experience. Behold the airflow!

That's some amazing airflow, truth be told.

And on top of that, the pen itself has a pretty simple-to-use, one-button firing mechanism which has been designed to operate at the mere press of its only button:

There's a lot of impressive things about this device, despite its simplicity; which may just be its strongest feature. But, you nerds like numbers, so here's your stats, you vultures!

Pod Capacity:
GTX GO 80: 5/2ml
GTX GO 40: 3.5/2ml

Compatible Coils:
GTX GO 80:
GTX 0.2Ω MESH Coil (45-60W)
GTX GO 40:
GTX 0.6Ω MESH Coil (20-30W)

Output Power:
GTX GO 80:80W Max
GTX GO 40:40W Max

Output Voltage:

GTX GO 80:
DC 5V/2A, Type-C
GTX GO 40:
DC 5V/1A, Type-C

Battery Capacity:
GTX GO 80:
Built-in 3000mAh
GTX GO 40:
Built-in 1500mAh


And last but not least, here's your exploded view, because I'm nothing if not consistent:


Regardless of the size you choose, this bad boy is shaping up to be a big hit. Until next time, vapers!

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