The Geekvape T200, also known as the AEGIS Touch, is the latest massive vape that offers massive power of 200 watts. This is one of Geekvape’s 22 Aegis models, more specifically, the biggest one with the biggest screen. Geekvape T200 rises through the ranks of typical vape mods by providing a 2.4-inch, intelligent touchscreen, which covers the entire front of the mod.
The Geekvape Aegis Touch needs to be powered by two external 18650 lithium-ion batteries. It comes with a pre-installed 0.15-ohm coil (70-85 watts) and a spare 0.4-ohm (50-60 watts) coil. It has a 5.5 mL tank with a top airflow design.
This is undoubtedly an exciting device, so continue reading to learn more about its specifics and what Geekvape has to offer (we’ll highlight its pros in green and cons in red).
Geekvape T200 Product Details
Geekvape T200 Mod
- Size: 141mm x 56mm x 31mm
- IP68 Water and Dust Resistant
- 2.4” TFT Full Color, Touch Screen
- Maximum Output Voltage: 12V
- Output Wattage: 5-200W
- Output Modes: Power/SMART/VPC/Bypass/TC-SS/TCR
- Resistance Range: 0.1-2ohm
- Battery: External Dual 18650
- Type-C Port
Geekvape Z Sub-ohm Tank
- Size: 26mm Base Diameter
- Capacity: 5mL
- Removable 810 Drip Tip
- Takes Geekvape Z Coils
- Top Airflow
- Plug and Play Coil Installation
2.4-inch Full Touch Screen
Z Coil With Double Service Life
Powered By AS Chip 3.0, Smart mode
200W Max Output
1 x Geekvape T200 (Aegis Touch) Mod
1 x Coil Tool
1 x Z (Zeus) Sub ohm Tank 2021 (5.5ml)
1 x Spare Parts Pack
1 x Spare Glass Tube (5.5ml)
1 x USB Cable (Type-C)
2 x Geekvape Z Series Coils (Pre-installed: 0.15Ω 70-85W, Spare coil: 0.4Ω 50-60W)
Design & Quality
Geekvape Aegis Touch Box Mod
The Geekvape T200 kit comes with a boxy mod. The 2.4-inch touchscreen is a thing of beauty. It’s large enough to be easy on your fingers, but Geekvape has kept the UI clean, crisp, and uncluttered.
The screen covers an entire side of the device, which we’ll consider the front. The right side of the Geekvape T200 has a fire button and a Type-C charging port. There is no cover for the port, but it’s about 1.5 inches off the bottom of the device, so it shouldn’t pick up as much dust or moisture. On the left side of the device is a slider for locking and unlocking the screen and fire button. This helps keep you from accidentally pressing the fire button or swiping the screen when the vape is in your pocket, and we love it absolutely.
On the backside of the Geekvape Aegis Touch is a firm yet soft faux leather body covering. This area is where the palm of your hand naturally rests. This cover is not as supple and padded as some of Geekvape’s other Aegis models, but that’s not a big issue. We mostly tested the Navy Blue color device, so this covering is a deep blue and black camo. The Geekvape branding is embossed on the bottom of the camo covering.
The rest of the body is a cool navy blue metallic color. Every single component, except for the glass tank and black mouthpiece, is this same blue color. This adds a nice visual appeal, but the vape appears overtly rock-hard. Thankfully the Geekvape T200 is available in six other color options so it might have appeals to a broader audience:
- Blackish Green
- Claret Red
- Azure Blue
Pod (Geekvape Z Sub-Ohm Tank)
The Geekvape T200 comes complete with the Z sub-ohm tank, very typical of other sub-ohm tanks. Also note that this tank model has been a constant companion for Geekvape Aegis box mods, such Aegis X and Aegis Legend 2. Don’t buy it twice if you’ve had one.
The tank is wider in the middle and smaller on the ends to allow for a good gasket seal. A design you’ve seen a million times. It’s large, holding up to 5.5 mL of e-juice. At the bottom of the tank is a 510 connector that screws into the body (not magnet connection as in pod mods). The top of the tank has a fully-adjustable airflow system that you rotate to adjust the air amount. Above that is a top cap you remove to access two fill ports for refilling the tank. And finally, the pod is topped with a wide-open mouthpiece for satisfying DTL draws.
The design is certainly not revolutionary, but it works. There is no leakage anywhere around the tank, and it is very easy to fill.
Battery & Charging
The Geekvape T200 requires two external 18650 lithium-ion batteries. The bottom of the device has a slider button that is pulled toward the screen to unlock the door so that the battery compartment can be accessed. The latching mechanism is a significant hassle. You have to press quite hard at the same time as pulling the button down to lock the battery door. This is definitely a major design flaw.
You can charge your 18650 batteries using an external battery charger designed for lithium-ion batteries, or you can directly use the Type-C charging port located on the right-hand side of the device. Just ensure you’re using an adapter rated to 3V or more.
The T200, like many of Geekvape’s’ other devices, has received an IP68 rating. This means the vape mod has quality components that support the device through stresses, debris, and dust. It can also be submerged for up to 30 minutes in water with a depth of 1.5 meters.
The 2.4-inch screen poses a bit of a risk to the long-term longevity of the Geekvape Aegis Touch. No matter how strongly the screen is protected, a bad hit on the face or one of the corners could shatter the screen. We didn’t do extensive drop testing of the device because of the screen. The backside of the T200 seems capable of taking a few hits, but the tank is glass and might also shatter with a bad enough drop.
Does the Geekvape T200 leak?
It does not leak. Geekvape product range has performed very well in this area. Whatever Geekvape is doing works. Except for the well-sealed manufacturing, another major contributor to this should be the AFC system positioned at the upper part of the tank.
Besides the screen durability concerns, the ergonomics of the Geekvape T200 seem to be the weakest part of this device. It’s a pure box-mod device, and it’s pretty wide. It’s also very heavy because the device has a large screen, requires two 18650 batteries, and a 5.5 mL tank. The problem is the device is wide and heavy and offers no real grip. The side of the device is super slick. The Aegis Touch seems liable to slip right out of your hand. You’ll have to walk around with a death grip to keep this thing securely in your hand so it doesn’t falls to the floor.
The Geekvape T200 is mostly controlled using the touchscreen and fire buttons. The fire button on the right side of the device can be pressed 5x quickly to turn the vape on or off.
Concerning the OLED screen, here is the breakdown of the information provided, moving from top to bottom and left to right:
- Battery Life– the percentage of battery remaining in the left battery is displayed in the top-left of the OLED screen
- Locked or Unlocked
- Battery Life– the percentage of battery remaining in the right battery is displayed in the top-right of the OLED screen
- Mode– the current mode displayed in red letters
- Watt – the current wattage (or temperature) displayed in large white letters
- Length of Puff – comes with a cool circular animation
- Amps or Temperature
- Ohms– the coil resistance
- Volts– the voltage
If the device is locked (the slider set to the down position on the left-hand side), then the screen cannot be used, and the fire button will not work. Once the slider is set to the unlocked position (up), you’ll still need to slide right on the screen to start using other gestures.
Regardless of the Mode you are using, you can change the wattage by scrolling to adjust the wattage in increments of 1W to your preferred value.
To cycle through the Modes, swipe right or left. Here are the six Mode options:
- SMART– this mode detects the best power ranges to prevent the coil from burning
- POWER – selected any wattage between 5 and 200 watts
- TC-SS – set a specific temperature for a stainless steel coil
- TC-TCR– set a specific temperature value on any coil type
- VPC – variable power curve
- BYPASS– delivers power based on the remaining battery life and the resistance of the coil
Swipe up to pull up the main menu, where you can select the following options:
- SMART – jump to SMART Mode
- POWER– jump to POWER Mode
- PROFESSIONAL – quick select one of the four PROFESSIONAL Modes (TC-SS, TC-TCR, VPC, and BYPASS)
- SETTING – access the setting menu
From the SETTING menu, you can change the Theme, Wallpaper, Brightness, Reset the device, Clear the Puffs, and check the device Version.
Overall the screen design is beautiful, and we like the ability to change wallpapers and themes. The gestures are intuitive, and the screen is very reactive to touch. The screen is so well-designed that it invites you to play around with some of the PROFESSIONAL modes you might have otherwise ignored.
The massive screen might remind you of the well-reputed Aegis X, while T200’s touchscreen is far easier to use than to fuss with plus and minus buttons. It gives a touch of luxury that is unmatched on the market.
The Geekvape T200 hits like a truck. Every puff is intense and bold, culminating in voluminous vapor clouds. With a range of 5 to 200 watts, you can choose your ideal power output. The wide mouthpiece and new Z series coils deliver a smooth DTL draw every time. There is no auto-draw sensor, but this allows you to pre-prime your hit for maximum comfort.
The vape mod comes pre-installed with a 0.15ohm coil that hits and feels excellent in the 70-85 watt range. Or you can opt to switch it out for a 0.4ohm coil with a lower 50-60 watt output.
Flavor delivery using the T200 was fantastic, with bold flavor on the inhale and exhale. This device is well-suited for cloud chasers and other experienced vapers but would probably be a bit much for a newbie.
Ease of Use
The screen on the Geekvape Aegis Touch is easy to use because it’s a touchscreen. No more fumbling around with the User Manual trying to learn all the combinations to turn on advanced features. We’re all very comfortable using touchscreen devices, we do it every day with our smartphones and tablets, so it’s easy to pick up the T200’s gestures.
But beyond the touchscreen, the T200 has one of the steeper learning curves we’ve seen in Geekvape’s products, after all it’s fully-featured to adapt to various scenarios.
- GeekvapeT200 (Aegis Touch) Mod Kit Price: $79.99 at Vapesourcing
The Geekvape T200 is a luxury device designed for vaping enthusiasts, with its MSRP at $102.80, according to the Geekvape website. You can get a lower price at around $80 from some retailers.
While it’s an outstanding device, it doesn’t seem practical for a day-to-day vaping experience, so it’s hard to image a device used only for special occasions or home use that costs $100. But we also have to admit, the innovative, sophisticated touchscreen might just hit the right note with a certain group of tech-savvy vapers, who’re willing to pay for this level of intelligence in a vaping product.
To be honest, we don’t think the pricing is unfair, and its novelty is sure to attract a niche market. It’s just there are many box mod kits with excellent performance, outstanding battery life, and great design that cost half as much. Again this seems like a splurge device reserved only for the most dedicated cloud chasers.
The Geekvape T200 is a unique box mod kit thanks to its massive 2.4-inch touchscreen. This vape offers all standard modes, including four professional modes, expected in a device of this cost and caliber. The beautiful touchscreen and nicely designed user interface help you make the most of these advanced features. There’s no more fumbling with multiple buttons as you try to navigate confusing menus. The touchscreen is perfectly responsive, and the gestures are intuitive.
The touchscreen is the winning feature of this device, as long as it can withstand a few drops. While the device is rated IP68, the touchscreen raises some questions about the ability of this device to withstand daily use. Coming with a MSRP of around $102.80, it’s essential that this device can last. The vape mod also requires two external 18650 batteries.
When it comes to performance, the Geekvape T200 leaves nothing to be desired. The hits are consistently full-bodied, delicious, and powerful. You can set the power output anywhere between 5 and 200 watts. The cloud volume is impressive, but we’d expect nothing less from a $100 vape.
The Geekvape Aegis Touch has a sleek modern design that is relatively comfortable to hold even for such a wide device. Our biggest concern is just the lack of grip that might damage the screen.