Introduction to a new airsoft product. It’s called the Hellvape dead rabbit v2 and it’s been out for awhile and has received good reviews. There are some pros and cons to this product. Let’s go over them. Then you can decide if this is a must have for your airsoft group or if it’s a good airsoft product for a cheaper price.
Appearance and Branding – The biggest difference between this dead rabbit v2 and the original is its look. The original came in a black waffle iron with orange accents, while the newer version comes in a red and black themed with a red and black laser-engraved design on the front and a sweet sticky flavor description on the back. The look is definitely more modern. Both are great looking guns. The gun is probably worth its weight in gold.
Performance and Durability – I was pretty impressed with how stable the Hellvape dead rabbit v2 really is. It’s consistently held its accuracy level over longer distance shots with no visible wobble. It isn’t overly heavy or underpowered either, so if you were expecting a spring gun that would perform like a spring gun but not like a pistol, this is just not the case with this one. I also found the overall performance of the gun was great. The gun didn’t care when I shot it; it held steady and accurate at all times.
Performance and Looks – The new Hellvape dead rabbit v2 looks almost identical to its predecessor. It’s got the same deck construction, eight screws for connection and maintenance of the outer barrels (810 drip tip), and two large rubber butt pads with large amounts of cushioning for better accuracy. The inner barrel covers are also rubber. The outer barrels are covered with a nice clear vial foam that really cools the inner barrels to help prevent overheating.
Looks-wise, there really isn’t much to say. I love how the Hellvape took differentiating factors from the original dead rabbit blueprint and made it even better. Like I said, it’s got the same deck style and construction, but it has a honeycomb pattern going down the middle with the airflow inlet vents going up and to the sides. This pattern makes for good accuracy, even airflow inlets, and a super strong outer shell. The vented inner barrel is sealed and the entire kit is finished off with a nice rubber butt pad.
With all that said, I did have some issues with the cyclops and the flow inlet placement on the side of the kit. On the cyclops side, the airflow inlet vents sit too low. The problem was that if you couldn’t get that side of the kit aligned right perfectly with your air intake, some of the juice would escape past the vents and not make it to the inside of the dead rabbit. I found this to be the most annoying part of the kit.
The build quality of the kit is excellent. The materials used are of very good quality, which means that they’ll hold up well and not need a whole lot of maintenance. As far as build quality goes, the Dead Rabbit V2 is definitely one of the best. There’s not a whole lot of flex or give. It just functions.
Bottom line, the Dead Rabbit V2 is a really great kit to buy if you’re looking for an electronic vaporizer with an excellent build quality and an excellent price. I’d recommend this kit to anyone who needs a dead rabbit v2 but wants something that won’t break the bank. The V2 really offers great performance for a great price. If you’re in the market for an e-juice with all of the best performance and a great price, then I highly recommend checking out the Dead Rabbits V2. It will quickly put you on the fast track to a great e-juice experience.