This review covers what Apollo advertises as the “standard starter kit” and the “extreme starter kit”. These are cartridge style e-Cigarettes, which use rechargeable batteries and disposable cartridges, which contain the atomizer coil and are prefilled with e-Liquid.
The two kits are similar in functionality, except the standard kit comes with a PCC (portable charging case), which resembles a cigarette pack but contains an internal battery, which charges your battery on-the-go, and space to hold two batteries and three cartridges. The only other difference stated between the kits is that the standard kit comes with a lower nicotine level than the extreme kit.
Apollo offers multiple e-Liquid flavors which are produced in their own personal facility. Apollo claims that their liquids are engineered and mixed by degreed chemists who are also avid vapers. This statement has not been confirmed by VaporKnowledge staff, so we can only take the statement at face value.
It is also unknown at this time whether Apollo manufactures their own products or if they are simply branded versions of another well-known manufacturer. This is not entirely important, but it would be interesting to know if these kits are relabeled Kanger, Innokin, Joyetech, Vision, or SMOKTech products, so if you notice any resemblance please mention it in your review.