Anything but, the Nasty Fix Disposable Vape Kit is a popular kit amongst new and experienced vapers alike. This nifty little device has some game changing features, a healthy lifespan and great choice of flavours. More on that below. Key Features of the Nasty Fix Disposable At just over 11.5cm tall, the Nasty Fix is still completely handheld, but slightly taller than most disposables like the Elf Bar and Geek Bar. The Nasty Fix offers 675 puffs (approx) which is easily achievable with its huge 700mAh battery, ensuring lifespan is almost guaranteed. This larger battery also means you’ll get consistent flavour delivery for the life of the kit, a really great feature. Each Nasty Fix disposable is pre-filled with 2ml of e-liquid and the range currently has 13 flavours to choose from. Available in both 10mg and 20mg nicotine strengths, the Nasty Fix is suitable for both heavy and lighter smokers looking to quit. It also comes without question, the Nasty Fix disposable is fully TPD compliant. Oh and of course we can’t talk about features without mentioning the adjustable airflow system, but keep reading for that. Specifications: 2% (20mg) Nicotine Strength E-juice Capacity: 2ml Pre-Filled Battery: 700mAh Puffs: Approximately 675 puffs Airfix Adjustable Airflow System Compact & Light Convenient & Stylish Non-Refillable/Non-Rechargeable TPD Compliant Multiple Flavour Choices Height: 11cm Width: 1.2cm Weight: 28g What’s in the box? Inside the “box” is the Nasty Fix Disposable Kit (thank god) and a warning slip. The slip gives you directions for use, a user guide if you will and all the relevant nicotine/vaping warnings. One huge pro to the Nasty Fix is the fact it doesn’t unnecessarily use a box and a packet, instead they just use a foil wrap. Better for the environment for sure, but if that is a concern, you probably should use a refillable starter kit instead of a disposable. Flavour Profiles There are 13 flavours to choose from across the 10mg and 20mg Nasty Fix ranges, giving you everything from pure menthol to a tropical mango. The names of the flavours are certainly interesting though… Asap Grape A bonafide OG flavour that delivers the mouth-watering sweetness of ripe black grapes. Cushman This award winning tropical mango flavour is often a yearly worldwide best-seller. Slow Blow An international award winning flavour that combines zingy pineapple with zesty lime soda. Watermelon Ice A refreshing combination of sweet, juicy watermelon with a dash of icy mint. Double Apple A delicate, smoky shisha flavour infused with sweet red and tangy green apples. Blackcurrant Cotton Candy Sensuous, juicy blackcurrant combined with the classic sweetness of cotton candy. Vanilla Tobacco A smooth, robust Cuban tobacco infused with the delicate aroma of vanilla pods. Trap Queen This delicious strawberry concoction is an international best-seller loved by the world over. Sicko Blue A combination of wild sweet berries with a distinct, bold blue raspberry profile. Cushman Banana An exotic combination of juicy, sweet mango and ripe, honey-golden banana. Blood Berry The subtle sweetness of raspberries balanced with a playful, tangy lemon chaser. Wicked Haze An indulgent combination of ripe blackcurrant and sweet, refreshing lemonade. Menthol A refreshing, icy menthol with perfectly balanced sweetness and robust aroma. Flavour Test We of course tested the Nasty Fix kit, because what is the most important thing for a disposable? Flavour. It’s worth mentioning at this point, that the Nasty Fix is advertised as a shisha disposable. What does this mean? Well, a shisha disposable vape kit is virtually the same as a regular disposable. They are designed to replicate a shisha rather than a cigarette. With this in mind, the Nasty Fix has a pleasant flavour, but it definitely could be fuller. Once again, it isn’t as flavoursome as some other disposables like Geek Bars, but flavour really is subjective. Flavour delivery is important here, and the Nasty Fix does well on delivering a strong and sweet flavour. Build Quality, Design and Adjustable Airflow The build quality of the Nasty Fix is good, it isn’t the best but it’s certainly not the worst. What I mean by that, is it definitely feels lighter than a Vapeman Solo+ or an Elf Bar. We weighed them and the Vapeman Solo, Elf Bar and Nasty Fix all weigh the same. Nasty Fix kit weight: 28 grams Elf Bar weight: 28 grams Vapeman Solo+ weight: 28 grams This raises the question, why does the Nasty Fix feel lighter despite it having a bigger battery and being taller, suggesting the shell is where the lighter feel comes from. An important caveat, though, is that it definitely does not feel cheap. The adjustable airflow at the bottom of the kit feels robust and sturdy and not at all plastic like (it is made of plastic). A duck shaped mouthpiece found at the top of the device is certainly very comfortable as you’d expect with a disposable and is very similar to the Dinner Lady V800. One thing the Nasty Fix doesn’t renounce though, is the design. A slick matte black finish gives the Nasty Fix one of the best looking designs across all disposable vaping. I particularly like how slender the Nasty Fix is and the printing on the kit is smooth and well designed. If you have previously used a Vype vape kit or a tall slim pen device, I think you’ll love the Nasty Fix as they are fairly similar in the height and shape. Adjustable Airflow Now for the exciting stuff. Adjustable airflow is important for most non-disposable using vapers, but there is a type of vaper who might find this particularly useful. If you use a starter kit or bigger kit, you might want a handy disposable for certain situations, nights out for example where you might not want a bigger, cloud chasing device. The Nasty Fix disposable has an adjustable airflow neatly placed at the bottom of the kit, which is twistable for an open and a closed airflow. Unlike the Dinner Lady V800, the Nasty Fix has a + (plus) and – (minus) indicator on the underside of the kit. This is particularly useful to know of course what way is open and what is closed. Again pitting it against its most similar rival the V800, the Nasty Fix adjustable airflow cap is sturdy and in my opinion unlikely to move around in your pocket. This was admittedly a petty one, but definitely a bug bear with the Dinner Lady equivalent we reviewed. Pro’s and Con’s Pro’s Big battery lasts the distance Clean finish and great looking device 675 Puffs Adjustable airflow Con’s Too shisha like Flavour could be fuller Summary… A great kit, but it could do with some tweaks to the flavour. The Nasty Fix does exceptionally well in terms of offering a strong hit, with full vapour delivery. It is fantastically designed and the adjustable airflow is the best one on any disposable around today. With this in mind, if adjustable airflow is completely irrelevant in your choice, you might want to consider other disposables that are notorious for their exceptional flavour. Overall, we would recommend the Nasty Fix as a great kit to help you quit smoking. _________________________________________________________________________________________ Need help with anything vape related or have a question about our products? 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