The Suorin Air Plus measures a few millimeters larger than the Suorin Air, however, this device retains the card shape we all fell in love with. A sleek and minimalistic design covers this device as the on and off switch has been removed completely, however, on the side of the Suorin Air Plus is a transparent piece which shows a five grid LED light panel. The LED lights will correspond with the remaining battery life with up to five white lights; At maximum charge to 80%, there will be five lights, from 80% to 60%, there will be four lights, from 60% to 40%, there will be three lights, from 40% to 20%, there will be two lights, and finally at 20% or lower, only one light will show. Draining this device’s battery will be tough since the battery capacity has been upgraded from 400mAh to a whopping 950mAh integrated battery. Another great upgrade to this device is the utilization of USB Type-C; With this style of USB port, the Suorin Air Plus can charge within 50 minutes.
Moving forward, the Suorin Air Plus pod does not protrude completely out of the device. This system allows the Suorin Air Plus to look sleek and flush with the pod installed. Juice enters through a red silicone tab located on the bottom of the pod with a maximum juice capacity of 3.5ml, an upgrade of 1.2ml more than the original Suorin Air. An added feature on the pod is the Oil-Baffle Design, this design prevents juice from leaking. There are two types of pods to choose from, a 0.7 ohm and 01.0 ohm; the 0.7 ohms is meant for freebase nicotine whilst the 1.0 ohm is meant for nicotine salts. Each pod is securely connected to the device via a magnetic connection.