The Halo Reactor Mega may seem like a rather ostentatious name for a vaporizer, but this stylish device more than lives up to its moniker, Powered by a built-in non-removable 5000mAh battery, the Halo has huge staying power, and can run for almost two days on just one charge — depending on how heavy your usage is, of course. The other major benefit of this internal battery is that you can use the device while it is charging; perfect if you often forget to charge up your vaporizer.
The compatible Halo Reactor tank has an impressive 5 ml capacity, which means that you should be able to vape on one charge and one tank of juice for at least 36, if not 48, hours.
Halo Reactor Mega Specs
This device is the upgraded version of the popular Hale Reactor vaporizer. That device had an output of 50 watts, but this version has upped the ante to 80 watts, giving you more power to create the vapor you want to enjoy. It has an equally impressive temperature range, from 200F to 600F, and boasts four operating modes: Variable Wattage (VW), Smart, Bypass, and Temperature Control (TC).
The Halo Reactor Mega can support atomizers of 0.05 to 1.5 ohms of resistance when in TC mode, great for generating huge clouds while sub-ohm vaping, and 0.1 to 3.5 ohms of resistance when operating in the VW, Bypass or Smart mode.
It is fitted with the usual 510 connector for tanks, which does open up options for vapers who like to mix and match, though you will get the best results by employing the specially designed Halo Reactor tank.
Despite having all this power and all this top-of-the-line technology — and despite its suggestive name — the Halo Reactor Mega is a surprisingly compact device coming in at just 84 mm tall, 50 mm wide and 24 mm thick. It fits comfortably in your hand during use and is easily portable in bags or pockets.
The device is currently available in a range of eye-catching colors, brushed silver, white, gray, and bronze, and even comes in an unusual wood-grain effect finish, if you fancy something a bit different.
Halo Reactor Tank
Best results come from a combination of the Halo Reactor Mega vaporizer and the Halo Reactor tank, a sleek and stylish tank made from stainless steel and heat-resistant glass. It is quite a large tank, unsurprising given its 5 ml capacity, and is almost as long again as the Halo Reactor Mega mod.
However, it offers lots of flexibility when it comes to coil options, allowing sub-ohm vaping, mouth-to-lung vaping and direct-lung vaping. It comes with two different kinds of drip tips — one stainless steel and one glass — and the starter pack even contains two 0.25-ohm Ni200 coils, though you will need to invest in some Kanthal coils if you want to try out the Halo Reactor Mega’s sub-ohm capabilities.
Pros and Cons of the Halo Reactor Mega
There are very few disadvantages to this effective, efficient and well-designed device. It allows you to keep vaping for a long time on one charge, produces smooth vapor with strong flavors, and has enough adaptability to keep all vapers happy.
It is easy to use, with intuitive and tactile controls. If there was any small downside, it would be the location of the USB charger point on the bottom of the device, which isn’t always the easiest to reach. However, that is only a very minor criticism of what is an overall excellent vaporizer.