Review of the VOOPOO DRAG H80s and E60: Distinct Forms, Numerous Similarities

Product intro and specs

The DRAG H80s and E60 are the two latest all-in-one (AIO) devices from VOOPOO, adding to their diverse DRAG lineup that caters to different vaping preferences and styles.

The H80s resembles an evolved version of the highly popular DRAG X. It accommodates an 18650 battery, features a similar shape (albeit thinner), and shares design elements with its predecessor. On the other hand, the E60 is a compact and boxy AIO device with a built-in 2550 mAh battery. Both devices sport large color screens and are equipped with VOOPOO’s advanced GENE.TT 2.0 chipset.

Initially, I was unsure whether to review these devices separately or together. However, upon unboxing and using them, it became clear that they share many similarities. They are powered by the same chipset, offer comparable features and functionalities, and, importantly, both support VOOPOO’s latest 4.5 mL PNP Pod II tank.

If you’re interested in determining which of these new DRAG devices suits your needs better, continue reading for a comprehensive comparison.

Colors: Both: black, golden / H80s: brown, red, gray, carbon fiber, plum red / E60: pink, gray, coffee, carbon fiber.


  • Materials: Zinc Alloy
  • Leather
  • Aluminium Alloy
  • PC
  • Output power: (H80S) 5-80 watts / (E60) 5-60 watts
  • Output voltage: 3.2-4.2V
  • Resistance: 0.1-3Ω
  • Battery capacity: (H80S) Single 18650 / (E60) 2550 mAh internal battery
  • PnP Pod II capacity: 4.5 mL / 2 mL (TPD)
  • Material: PCTG

Kit contents

  • 1 x Device
  • 1 x PnP Pod II (4.5 mL)
  • 2 x Coils (H80S: PnP TW15 0.15 ohm / PnP TW30 0.3 ohm) / (E60: PnP TW20 0.2 ohm / PnP TW30 0.3 ohm)
  • 1 x Type-C cable
  • 1 x User manual

Build quality and design

Both the H80s and E60 exhibit excellent build quality. I received the Grey Carbon Fiber edition of the H80s, which features a stylish carbon fiber battery cover, and the Coffee edition of the E60, which boasts a sleek leather frame. The screens on both devices are identical. However, the H80s has separate +/- buttons, while the E60 utilizes a single button that can be pressed left or right.

In terms of shape, the two devices differ significantly. The H80s is a taller AIO device, as expected with its 18650 battery. Without a pod attached, it is slightly taller than the DRAG X. However, when the pod is inserted, they are practically the same height. The H80s is considerably slimmer than the DRAG X, making it more compact overall. On the other hand, the E60 features a box-style design and stands at a height of only 68 mm (95 mm with the pod tank attached). It is small enough to fit comfortably in the palm of your hand, even if you have larger hands.

Both devices utilize the new PNP Pod II, which incorporates the Adapt technology previously seen in the DRAG Q. Unlike the Q, the H80s and E60 do not automatically adjust power and airflow based on the pod. However, the devices recognize the coils and set the wattage accordingly. The transparent pods make it easy to see the e-liquid level, and you can adjust the airflow by rotating the pods once inserted. It is even possible to use only one of the two airflow slots, although it may not provide much benefit with the included coils in both devices.

Lastly, the pods feature integrated mouthpieces. These wide-bore drip tips are designed for direct lung (DL) and restricted DL (RDL) vaping, offering a comfortable vaping experience. While it would have been nice if the tips were replaceable, their attachment to the top cap reduces the risk of losing them.

Getting started

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While these two look like advanced devices at a glance, they are surprisingly easy to use. Here’s a rundown of basic operations:

  • Turn the mouthpiece counterclockwise to remove it.
  • Fill the pod through one of the two small holes.
  • Set the device aside for five minutes to allow the coil to saturate.
  • Press the fire button five times to turn on/off.
  • Press fire to vape.
  • Press fire and + simultaneously to lock the device.
  • Press +/- to adjust the wattage.
  • Press + and – simultaneously to enter the menu.

The menu system on both devices is straightforward, offering four main options: Mode, Puff reset, About device, and Exit. Within the Mode submenu, you’ll find three choices: Smart, RBA, and Eco. Smart mode is the default setting that automatically adjusts the wattage and sets a maximum wattage limit to prevent coil burnout. RBA mode allows you to manually adjust the wattage to your preference, while Eco mode conserves power by dimming the screen and reducing power consumption.

It’s worth noting that when the battery level drops to 40% on both devices, a message will pop up asking if you want to activate Eco mode. Personally, I’m not a big fan of this feature as it can feel like the device has turned off when the message appears upon pressing the button. However, VOOPOO claims that activating Eco mode can increase the number of puffs by 10%, so it does serve a purpose.

Overall, the menu system is simple and straightforward, without any complex modes or functions to contend with.


Each kit includes two coils, with both kits including the 0.3-ohm coil. The H80s also comes with the 0.15-ohm coil, while the E60 includes the 0.2-ohm coil. All three coils are mesh coils and utilize VOOPOO’s “Dual in One” technology, which enhances coil efficiency and reduces e-liquid consumption. While all coils can be used with the H80s, it is not recommended to use the powerful 0.15-ohm coil on the E60. It’s important to use a 25-amp battery for this coil and not exceed the recommended wattage.

In terms of performance, the 0.15-ohm coil shines the brightest. I experienced exceptional flavor at 60-65 watts, comparable to the 0.2-ohm coil of the VAPORESSO iTank, which is one of my favorite sub-ohm tanks. However, it’s worth noting that using this coil at higher wattages will significantly reduce battery life with an 18650 battery. Personally, I keep a pod with this coil on my desk and opt for one of the other two coils when I’m on the go to conserve battery life.

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Both the 0.2-ohm and 0.3-ohm coils deliver solid performance and outperform the previous PnP coils with the same resistances. I found that adjusting the airflow slightly helped optimize the vaping experience, and for the 0.3-ohm coil, increasing nicotine levels may be necessary as it produces a cooler vape. Overall, they are reliable mid-range coils. If you prioritize flavor, go with the 0.2-ohm coil, and if you want longer battery life, opt for the 0.3-ohm coil.

It’s important to mention that one of the 0.15-ohm coils I received exhibited a metallic taste and stopped being recognized by the H80s. Although it wasn’t burnt, it seemed like there might have been a short circuit issue. However, the second coil I tried has been performing well after multiple refills, so it’s possible that the first coil was a random occurrence.

Furthermore, the top-fill design of the PNP Pod II contributes to minimizing leaking issues. While I still noticed some condensation under the pod on hot days, it didn’t affect the vaping experience, and I didn’t experience any spitback or gurgling coils.

Battery life and charging

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This section is specifically applicable to the E60, as the H80s utilizes an 18650 battery and battery life will depend on the specific battery chosen.

The E60 is equipped with a 2550 mAh battery. During my testing with the 0.3-ohm coil, I was able to vape through approximately 1.5 pods (around 7 mL) on a single charge. I anticipate a similar experience with the 0.2-ohm coil, which is quite impressive for such a compact device. I did not enable Eco mode during my testing, so it is possible to extend the battery life further, but keep in mind that enabling Eco mode may result in a cooler vape as it affects performance.

VOOPOO mentions “superspeed charging” on the device’s product page, although they do not specify the charge rate. In my experience, it took around 2 hours for a full charge, which may not meet everyone’s definition of superspeed charging. However, considering the larger battery capacity, I understand why it takes a bit longer to charge.

Pros / Cons

  • Excellent build quality
  • E60 is compact and lightweight
  • H80s is smaller than the DRAG X
  • Large color screen
  • Redesigned top fill pod tank
  • Fully adjustable airflow
  • Surprisingly easy to use
  • Great flavor from the 0.15-ohm coil
  • Good performance from the other two coils
  • Great battery life from the E60 (even without activating Eco mode)
  • Mouthpiece is non-replaceable
  • One 0.15-ohm coil probably short-circuited
  • Eco mode prompt at 40% charge is a bit annoying


The DRAG H80s and E60 are both excellent pod mods. If you prioritize performance, the H80s is the ideal choice. It builds upon the success of the DRAG X, which was one of the most popular pod mods in 2020 for good reason, and the 0.15-ohm coil delivers outstanding flavor.

However, there’s something about the compact and boxy design of the E60 that feels great in the hand. I’ve logged over 1500 puffs on it, while the puff counter on the H80s shows 864 as of writing this sentence.

Regardless of which device you choose, they are remarkably user-friendly, the new coils perform exceptionally well, and VOOPOO has made all the right improvements to the PnP pods. I did encounter an issue with the 0.15-ohm coil, but I’ll keep an eye on it.

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