Apollo OHM GO Kit Review

Apollo Ohm Go Review

Apollo Ohm Go

The Apollo Ohm Go is a nice little, starter kit that can grow with a vaper until they get to the intermediate level. It has a nice capacity, it's slim, and it's extremely easy to operate. Click the Buy Now button to get this great price.


First Impression Out Of The Box:

The Ohm Go Kit by Apollo comes nicely packaged in a black and white flip top box. Flip open the box and you will see the battery in a foam insert next to the tank. Next to all of that is a box with a spare coil, spare o’rings, and a high quality white USB cable.

First impression out of the box is, this is a nice looking, simple, single button, mod. It has a stainless steel finish to it. The tank has the same finish and when you put them together, it seems to match up really well. It has a classy sleek to it.

What’s In The Box:

  • Ohm 1900mAh Battery
  • Portal (3 ml) Top-Fill Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 0.5ohm Coil (pre-installed)
  • 1.0ohm Coil
  • USB Charging Cable
  • User Manual

Apollo Ohm Go Review

From Top To Bottom:

The Mod:

The mod in this kit is very slim. The mod is 19 mm in diameter and with the tank installed, without the drip tip, it is 42 mm in height. The whole package weighs in at a slim 1.48 Oz. The 510 pin on it looks to be stainless steel and it is spring loaded. It has a very soft spring to it and an extremely short throw. The threading leading into the 510 connection is stainless steel as well. So far, I really haven’t ran any other tanks on this mod because I really don’t own any other 19 millimeter atomizers. The only tank I have used on this mod is the one included in the kit. It sits flush and I have had no problem with it making a connection. There are also air slots on the 510 plate so your atomizer stays cool while chain vaping.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

About a quarter way down the side of the mod, there is a fire button. It is in the shape of a light bulb and it has a backlit LED display. Five clicks to turn the mod on and off is the whole menu system. Simple as can be. If you press the fire button and the light shows a green color, it means you are at a full charge. If you see a red light, it means that it is time to recharge. If the red light flashes 20 times, that means the mod will not fire anymore. While you are charging the mod, it will glow red and when the battery is fully charged, the LED light will turn off. The Ohm Mod has an internal 1900 mAh battery that is capable of firing up to 50 watts. It also has a pass through charging feature.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

Below the firing button, there is some Apollo branding. To the right of the firing button, there is a USB charge port. On the bottom of the mod, there is some battery venting around the edges and an Apollo logo.

The Tank:

Included in the Ohm Go kit is the 19 mm Portal tank. This is a top fill tank with a 510 drip tip opening. The included drip tip, in my opinion, is really ugly. It is a plastic drip tip with three rings on the interior of the drip tip that are red. It is secured to the top cap with two black o’rings. I just don’t understand why Apollo decided to go with this drip tip. It stands out like a sore thumb and I think a chrome or stainless steel drip tip would have gone much better and completed the look of this kit. While the drip tip is pretty ugly, it is very comfortable to use. So, it looks like they went with function over form when it comes to the drip tip. That’s another thing that was a little disappointing, there is no spare drip tip included in the package. If you are going to go ugly with the drip tip, you could at least include a second one that might be better looking.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

The top cap on the included tank has some light knurling on the edges of the exterior. The threading on it is very smooth and it does come off rather easily. Once the top cap is off, you will see three fill port slots. They are rather big considering the small size of the tank. You will be able to fit most juice bottles in there but you are definitely better off with a needle-nose type of juice bottle. The fill port cap does not separate from the rest of the tank as the tank section including the glass is all one piece.

The chimney on this tank is rather narrow. You can tell that they are going for flavour over clouds when it comes to this tank. The narrow chimney goes straight down the middle of the tank and screws directly into the top of your head.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

The base of the tank has some Portal branding on it and in between that Portal branding, there are two bottom airflow slots. The air flow slots are cyclops style and the AFC has a very smooth action to it. It does have stoppers on both ends. Turn the base over and on the bottom of the base, you will see some stainless steel threading with a very skinny 510 pin that has an insulator ring around. The interior of the base is threaded very nicely and this tank accepts a threaded type of coil.

Around the exterior of the glass section of the tank, there is a metal covering. This covering does not separate from the glass, so you have to be very careful with this tank because if you break the glass, you’re basically screwed. If you drop this mod and the glass breaks, you can throw this tank out. I would have definitely liked to have seen a way to separate the glass from the metal and have it be replaceable should an unfortunate incident occur. The Portal tank holds 3 mls of juice.

The Coils:

This kit comes with two coils. It comes with a .5 ohm coil that is pre-installed in the tank and a spare 1 ohm coil. Since the mod is a simple, one-button operation mod, there is no need to mess with wattages on this mod. The Ohm mod is self-adjusting and it will apply the proper amount of power for the coil that you select.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

The first coil that I tried out was the pre-installed .5 ohm coil. It is a very flavorful coil and I do find myself getting and enjoyable vape from it. The airflow on the coil and the tank is definitely on the loose side and you can get a pleasant DL hit from it. If you want to MTL this coil, you can, but bear in mind, it is a very loose MTL Vape.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

The second coil I tried was the above ohm coil. It definitely has a tighter draw to it and you will notice a flavor difference when you compare it to the .5 ohm coil. This is really not my type of vape but I can see how it would appeal to an ex-smoker as it has a more cigarette type of draw to it. You can get a very decent mouth to lung vape off of this coil, but again for me, it’s just not my thing.

The Look, Feel, and General Aesthetics Of The Mod:

Looks-wise, what’s not to like? It’s a very slim, stealthy kit, that will do well in a front shirt pocket. It is definitely on the light side and I really enjoy the smooth stainless steel finish that mine came with. I think the tank and the mod look great together but one of the first things I did was swap out that ugly drip tip. I just think the drip tip ruins the whole look of the mod. It’s not a big deal and it’s a problem that is easily taken care of, by using one of your own 510 drip tips. Otherwise, it’s a good-looking classy piece that is available in black, stainless steel, and white.

Apollo Ohm Go Review

How Does It Vape?

As far as the quality goes, I really like the way this kit vapes with the .5 ohm coil. I get a nice flavorful vape and the clouds really aren’t that bad. It’s no cloud-chucker but it will definitely do in a pinch. It reminds me of the vape I used to get off of my old Kanger STM tank.

I’m not too crazy about the above ohm coil. I understand that a lot of vapers enjoy that style of vaping, but for me, it’s just not my cup of tea. It is a flavorful coil and I can see and appreciate how it would appeal to a MTL vaper that is transitioning over from cigarettes. If that’s the type of vaper you are or if you are a tootle puffer sort of vaper, you will definitely enjoy this coil.

What Would Make It better:

  • Removable Glass

This is a big time con of this kit. Like I said earlier, you’re going to have to be real careful because if you drop this mod and break the glass, you basically have a useless tank. That wouldn’t bother me so much if this mod wasn’t so slim. Remember, this is a 19 mm mod. As I said earlier, I don’t even think I own a 19 millimeter atomizer. So, it’s not like if I break the glass, I can just go to my stable of tanks and pick out another tank to run on this mod. That’s the reason I think this is a bigger con than it has to be on this kit.


This is a nice little, beginner, starter kit that can grow with a vaper until they get to the intermediate level. It has a nice capacity, it’s slim, and it’s extremely easy to operate. It comes in a couple of different colors and it is very pocketable. If you’re in the market for a slim backup mod or if you’re just starting off on your vaping journey and you want something simple to try out, you may want to take a serious look at the Ohm Go Kit by Apollo.

Apollo Ohm Go

The Apollo Ohm Go is a nice little, starter kit that can grow with a vaper until they get to the intermediate level. It has a nice capacity, it's slim, and it's extremely easy to operate. Click the Buy Now button to get this great price.


Pros & Cons:

A note about Pros and Cons. These are my Pros and Cons. They are very subjective. What may be a pro to me could be a con to you and vice versa.

  • Looks
  • Ease Of Use
  • Pocketable
  • Good Flavor
  • Bottom Airflow Tank
  • Top Fill
  • Pass Through Charging
  • Slim And Stealthy
  • Battery Light Indicator

  • Ugly Drip Tip
  • Glass And Metal Tank Section Are One Piece
  • So Slim That It Is Hard To Find Other Tanks To Match Up To It

  • 1900mAh Battery for all day use
  • 5W-50W Self-Adjusting Battery
  • Micro USB Pass-Through Charging
  • 5 Click On/Off
  • LED Button Indicates Battery Charge Level
  • 510 Threading with Spring Loaded 510 Connector
  • Built-In Safety Features Including: Bottom Plate Vents, Short Circuit Protection, Low Voltage Protection, and Overcharge Protection

Deuces Jack is a well-known member of the VapingUnderground forums where he quickly became respected for his honest opinions and willingness to help other members. He is now a regular content contributor for Vaping Insider. When he’s not vaping or unboxing the latest products for review, he can be found riding motorcycles close to his home in New York.

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