best small vape modsWe all love a small vape mod when we are out and about and want a stealthy vape option. It’s no fun carrying a vape brick around in your pocket.

Until recently we have been pretty limited in terms of what they can offer, due to their small form factor.

However, with chip and battery technology advancing on a pretty much daily basis, there have been a lot of mini vape mods hitting the market. Great news is they are also packed with features such as temperature control and plenty of power to go head to head with their much bigger brothers!

So we are glad you’re here.. Let’s not mess about and get straight to the reason you are on this page..

What Are The Best Small Vape Mods To Buy? We Take A Look At Some Of The Smallest Vape Mods Available In 2022.

Let’s crack on and take a look at some of the best small vape mods on the market.

These are the box mods we feel offer the best performance, form factor and bang for your buck.

DEVICE FEATURES
Best small vape mod - editors choice - Aegis Mini

Editors Choice

  • Dimensions: 30.6mm by 58.5mm by 78mm
  • IP67 Waterproof | Dustproof | Shockproof
  • 2200mAh Battery
  • Superb Build quality
  • 80w power output
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Vapour 2 Trinity - Smallest vape mod

Smallest Mod

  • Dimensions: 62mm X 33.5mm X 23mm
  • Upto 40w output power
  • Excellent build quality
  • Support coils down to 0.2ohm
  • In built 1400 mAh battery
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Vaporesso Gen nano - Best Small mod

BEST Small Mod With Built-In Battery

  • Dimensions: 70.3 x 40.3 x 24.2mm
  • Excellent design
  • Pocket friendly
  • 2000mAh Battery
  • Upto 80W power output
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Innokin Coolfire Z50 article head

BEST Small Innokin Mod

  • Dimensions: 26mm x 33mm x 69mm
  • 2100 mAh Battery capacity
  • Great design and build quality
  • Upto 50W Power
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Best small beginner mod - Vaporesso Target 100

BEST For Beginners

  • Dimensions: 83.6 x 29.3 x 22.7mm
  • Great form factor & build quality
  • Easy to setup and use for all levels of vaper
  • 2000mAh integrated battery
  • Excellent tank flavour (If opting for kit)
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1. Vapour2 Trinity (Editors Choice)

Vapour 2 Trinity - Smallest vape modThe Vapour2 Trinity is a super small vape mod, the smallest mod on our list. Coming in at just 62mm X 33.5mm X 23mm this is one of those devices that you can completely hide in the palm of your hand. That’s with the tank attached.

The mod may not have the biggest battery capacity but if you are running a mouth to lung tank at around 1.2-1.5ohm the battery life will still be good. You can of course use a sub ohm tank upto 40W but keep in mind battery life will suffer a little more..

The device itself is very well made, has a nice soft touch material and is built to last.

Not the cheapest device available but very much an all round solid performer from a trusted brand in the vape world.

Features

  • Dimensions: 62mm X 33.5mm X 23mm
  • Temp control features
  • Upto 40w output power
  • Fires down to 0.2ohm
  • Pass-through supported
  • In built 1400 mAh battery rechargeable via USB

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2. Geekvape Aegis Mini (Most Durable Mini Mod)

Best small vape mod - editors choice - Aegis Mini
The Aegis line of mods are one of our favourites. Luckily Geekvape decided to make a mini version. If you aren’t familiar with the Aegis, their big selling point is how hard wearing they are with IP67 waterproof rating as well as being shockproof and dustproof.

It’s a mod even the clumsiest vaper will struggle to break but what Geekvape have managed to do is wrap it all up with a great looking design. The OLED screen is big and clear and the internal 2200mAh battery offers some lengthy vaping times.

The quality is second to none with leather grip and replaceable panels should you decide you fancy a change of colour, or scratch them from the occasional drop.

The Aegis Mini can be vaped upto 80W, so fine for most sub ohm vapers but it also works well when paired with a mouth to lung vape tank that doesn’t need oodles of power. This will stretch the battery life even further.

Safe to say this angry proof device is one of our favourite mini mods of the moment.

Features

  • Dimensions: 30.6mm by 58.5mm by 78mm
  • IP67 Waterproof | Dustproof | Shockproof
  • 2200mAh Battery makes for long battery life
  • Good for all levels of vaper
  • 80w output power
  • Superb Build quality
  • 2 Amp Fast charging – 80% charge in 30 minutes

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3. Vaporesso Gen Nano (Best Small Mod With Internal Battery)

Vaporesso Gen nano - Best Small modVaporesso have featured in many of our top product lists and the reason is simple. They produce some of the best vape devices on the market.

The Gen Nano is basically a scaled down version of the Gen mod that was released last year.

It features a built in 2000mAh battery that not only gives you some good vape time but it can also be charged in 1 hour.

With the mod being small you may think they have cut back on functionality. Not so, they still have Pulse Mode, Eco Mode, Smart TC Mode, DIY Mode. You can also just use it to vape upto 80W 🙂

An overall great performer that is light enough to take out and with the paired tank has dry hit/low liquid protection.

So, if you are looking for a stylish, portable vape mod this is one to keep an eye on.

Features

  • Dimensions: 70.3 x 40.3 x 24.2mm
  • Excellent design
  • Pocket friendly
  • Built in 2000mAh Battery
  • Upto 80w output power

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4. Innokin CoolFire Z50 (Best Mini Innokin Mod)

Innokin Coolfire Z50 article headThis is one good looking device. The Innokin Z50 is a very compact 50W mod measuring in at just 26mm x 33mm x 69mm (without the tank). Despite the size it still manages to fit a beautiful OLED screen and an impressive 2100mAh battery.

The mod is superb in terms of build quality and will keep up with the majority of tanks on the market. As long as you aren’t pushing the 50W max too much of course.

The kit version comes with the Zlide tank which performs well for the mouth to lung vapers out there. You can of course switch to any other tank as long as it’s within the parameter of the mod.

One for vapers who like clear and easy functions with a large splash of good looks thrown in.

Features

  • Dimensions: 26mm x 33mm x 69mm
  • 2100 mAh Battery capacity
  • Tiny mod
  • Superb build quality
  • Up to 50w output power

5. Vaporesso GTX One (Best For Beginners)

vaporesso gtx one kit header articleThe Vaporesso GTX One is more of a slim mod than a tiny compact mod like the Innokin Z50. But it’s still pocket friendly, that’s why it’s made the list.

With a built in 2000mAh battery and 40W max output this is one for the mouth to lung vapers or the lower wattage sub ohm vapers amongst us.

When it comes to design and build quality top marks all round. Not a kit you would be embarrassed about whipping out in public!

The kit version also includes the GTX 18 MTL tank which is a perfect partner and almost scored top marke in our review when it came to flavour. The reviewer is a picky sort as well 🙂

Features

  • Dimensions: 83.6 x 29.3 x 22.7mm
  • Great form factor & build quality
  • Easy to setup and use for all levels of vaper
  • 2000mAh integrated battery – (Good battery life for mouth to lung vapers)
  • Upto 40w output power
  • Excellent flavour from the tank (If you go for the kit)

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6. Jacvapour Series B DNA75 (Best Small DNA Box Mod)

JAC Vapour Series B DNA75 Black EditionThe Series B DNA75 is the follow up to the Series B mod that is also included below. This time around Jacvapour aren’t pulling any punches with the Series B DNA75. The mod features the excellent eVolv DNA chipset this offers supreme functionality and performance.

Not to mention it’s also one of the smallest DNA mods available.

If you are an advanced vaper that is looking for plenty of customisable options on your vape and don’t need ‘too much’ power then this is a device well worth looking at.

Features

  • Dimensions: 88mm x 22mm x 35mm
  • eVolv DNA chip under the hood
  • Superb build quality
  • Compact mod
  • Up to 75w output power
  • Temp Control functionality
  • Bright and clear OLED screen
  • Takes a single 18650 battery, not included

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7. Aspire Reax Mini (Best Low Wattage Vape Mod)

aspire reax mini - best mini box mod for low wattage vapersThis new kit from Aspire aims for simplicity and is one mainly for the mouth to lung vapers out there. Although the Tigon tank it comes with does offer a sub ohm coil as well.

It offers just 6 wattage settings ranging from 8W-16W. The control for this function is hidden away on the base of the mod, keeping the rest of the design simple and clean.

The Reax Mini is one comfortable mod to hold in the hand and almost disappears in the palm, hand size dependent of course 🙂

The integrated 1600mAh battery offers good battery life.

Features

  • Dimensions (Mod Only): 70mm x 31.5mm x 29.6mm
  • Wattage controls on base of mod
  • 2 Coil types come with tank
  • 1600mAh Integrated battery
  • Simple yet classy design

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8. Innokin EZ Watt (Best No Fuss Small Mod)

best compact mod for beginners - innokin ez wattThe Innokin EZ Watt is, as the name suggest, easy to use! Yes, this is a superb vape mod for beginners or those looking for a no nonsense mod.

There is no temp control functionality here, this mini box mod is targeted towards vapers that want a straight forward, easy to use vape device. 35W is plenty for many vapers but if you are going to go below 0.5 Ohms then you ‘may’ be better off looking at a mod with an increased power output.

The 1500mAh battery, on paper, may not look as good as some of the other mods but we found the battery life to be very good with mouth to lung tanks at around 20W.

The size and weight is just right as well, the EZ Watt sits comfortably in the palm of your hand.

Features

  • Size: 118mm x 22mm x 32mm
  • Weight: 125g
  • 35w maximum power output
  • Quality build and lightweight
  • Suitable for beginners
  • 1500mAh Battery
  • Easy for newer vapers to use

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9. OBS Cube Mini (Best Design)

OBS Cube Mini - Best deisgned mini mod
The OBS Cube came out of nowhere and immediately impressed vapers around the world. The Mini version soon followed keeping its classic cube looks.

Another that gets top marks in the looks department. The Cube Mini features a 1500mAh integrated battery and is capable of powering upto 25W.

The Cube Mini sub ohm tank actually doubles as a mouth to lung and sub ohm device and offers top performance with both.

We really liked the original Cube mod by OBS and the new more compact body is now winning us over too.

Features

  • Great design
  • Mod Dimensions: 71mm X 26mm X 26mm
  • 1-25W
  • Superb build quality
  • 1500mAh integrated battery
  • 0.6Ohm-3.0Ohm resistance compatibility
  • In built 1500 mAh battery rechargeable via USB

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So there you have 9 of the best mini vape mods available on the market today.

These offer a combination of stealthy form factor, power and in some cases temperature control and inbuilt USB rechargeable batteries for convenience.

What they all do have in common is ease of use and a stealthy vape!

If you are considering one of the smaller vape mods, just keep this in mind.

The smallest of the small vape devices do have limited battery life, especially if you are sub ohm vaping.

If you are using a mouth to lung tank such as the Aspire Nautilus 2 that requires less wattage to run, they will of course last a lot longer.

So, unless you are a very light vaper, we would recommend mini mods with built in batteries be used as a secondary, or complementary device to your main vape.

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64 COMMENTS

  1. I’m a bit dissapointed with the vaporesso gtx one. I bought it to replace some aging Aspire CF VV batteries. I use 1.8ohm coils and have been happy with them. After the first day of using the gtx one I noticed it wasn’t producing as much vapour as the CF VV, even when pushing the wattage setting up to over 17W. I then switched it to variable-voltage mode and noticed the highest voltage it can output is 4v. If you do the maths, you’re never going to get more than about 8W using a 1.8ohm coil. My old aspire CF VV can output 4.8v so roughly equates to 12W. The annoying thing is that to get 12W out of the gtx one, again doing some simple maths, I’d have to use 1.3ohm coils but aspire don’t make anything in this region.

    Like I said, I was disappointed. I thought that, being a variable wattage mod, it would be able to up the volts using some kind of boost-buck converter but it seems not. I also didn’t think the max voltage would be so low(4v), when I’m used to being able to select 4.8v on my much more basic CF VV.

  2. wtf IS A (Slipstream tank which is a perfect partner) UP YOUR GAME IF YOY WANT TO COLLECT MORE MEMBERS! don’t write each review like we are all experts?? I came to this page looking for advice but left confused??

  3. The Geekvape aegis mini turned out to be a big disappointment. Started out pretty good, then noticed the battery life deteriorating. I only use power mode between 25-30W so this is really lame, but what really sucks is the internal battery. The mini usb connection eventually failed altogether. For a mod that’s touted as being ultra-durable, you’d think they’d make sure the connection port was very secure. Not the case here unfortunately. And I found their support/website customer service to be quite bad.

  4. The innokin EZwatt is a great little kit. I use mine when out and about due to its useful compact size.
    It’s actually an internal battery, not 1850 as stated in your review.
    The tank doesn’t have adjustable airflow, however the draw is nice and the 0.8 coils are excellent (and last a week). This is better than most others I’ve tried (eg nautilus).
    I bought another once I’d had it for a few days so I had a spare battery. The kit cost £25. Bargain!

  5. I have a Vaporesso Polar. It’s not small but it’s not bulky either. It’s a two-battery mod but I wanted something not too bulky that looks nice and has a digital readout. This checks all the boxes.

    I’ve had it a little over 4 months now. I’ve dropped it numerous times and it has held up so far.

    As far as the tank it’s a bit fussy but it takes a big baby beast tank just fine. I use the Vaporesso tank because the coil sits way down in it and I don’t have to refill as soon to keep the coil wet. The tank breaks easier than the smok tank though. I just bought a three pack of spare glass so I have extras and keep a band on it.

    This is the best vape I’ve owned so far. I almost got the Luxe but I wanted one that had removable battyeries.

  6. Suprised the Vaporesso Swag is not mentioned here. This was my first sub-ohm box mod starter kit,and it performed great. Rugget design, fits in you pocket, and can deliver the power desired by most new vapors (85watts).If anyone is looking for a sinlge battery mod(18650), this is one to consider.

    Pros: Rugget, fits comfortiably in your hand, settings don’t reset when you change out the batteries,easy to use settings..

    Cons: Small screen, only can fit a 22mm tank,You have to carry a backup battery or charger, to crarry through the day.

    I hope this is helpful.

  7. Aspire NX75 A or S should be on this list. Single 18650 with USB C charging. I wish all mods would go to USB C because the housing on micro USB ports always fall out. Not to mention being able to plug in with both sides of the C plug.

  8. People please help!

    I need to replace my SDNA 200 mod with a similar replacement.

    I’m looking for a DNA mod with built-in battery. Everything I’ve come across is either out of stock or been discontinued.

    The only requirements I have is:
    Internal battery and DNA200 or above.

    • Hey Zak,

      I’ve not seen an integrated DNA mod for a while and a quick search shows the ones I could see are discontinued.

      Hopefully someone else reading this may be able to help, if not it may be worth dropping by the Evolv forum and asking there – https://forum.evolvapor.com/

      Sorry couldn’t be more help, let us know how you get on.

  9. Hi Jonny,

    Thanks for the blog, what do you think about the Vaporesso mini kits? have you tried any of them? how do they compare to others and how would you rate their performance in regards to flavor and “cloud” size.

    Thanks in advance!

  10. Im thinking of getting my dad the following 2 products and would like your opinion on them..
    Tesla Stealth 100W Starter Kit
    With The Aspire Triton Tank
    He knows how to do sub ohm tank maintenance as he has a Cleito Tank…
    But he needs the protection of the tank in case he drops it and also can fit easy in his pocket..
    Thoughts?
    By the way, Im glad I found you..
    Great reviews!
    And Im checking out your Facebook after I leave here..
    Thanks!

    • Hi Amanda,

      The Aspire Triton is quite an old tank and there has been a Version 2 released which itself is a couple of years old but the latter doesn’t have the metal outer ‘cage for added protection. Not to say they aren’t good tanks, from what I remember they were but the performance is a fair bit different to the Cleito 🙂 Also, not sure on the availability but if you are asking about it then you would likely have seen it!

      I would suggest taking a look at the Aspire Cleito EXO tank. It has a shell to offer some form of protection and is compatible with Cleito coils that your dad will already be using. The only downside is that it won’t fit in the Stealth 100W Kit as the tank diameter is 23.5mm.

      If you were to get the Stealth 100 mod I wouldn’t think you would need protection on the tank as the mod already provides this to a point. He could use his Cleito tank in this and it would be protected from knocks by the mod itself.

      Let me know if you have any more questions and would love to hear what you decide to go with.

      Thanks

      Jonny

  11. Hiya

    I have been using the K2 Aspire for about 6 months, and have noticed that when I use a more powerful device, I need less nicotine. I seem to get a hit just from the drag.

    What is a good one to go for?
    Currently any 80/20 is far too thick for my stick, and I try to avoid 70/30 as well. I would like to be able to have a free run at whatever liquids.
    Also I don’t want something that is far too cloud based. Walking around in a mist isn’t what I am after.

    Do you have anything you can recommend?

    Thanks

    • Hey there,

      If you are looking at a sub ohm tank then the Aspire Cleito or Cleito EXO are good starting points. Not the newest tanks available but they are good sellers with the coils being widely available. I have been using the Cleio for a couple of years in my rotation.

      If you like the Aspire K2 then you could simply upgrade to the Aspire K4 kit that comes with the Cleito tank. You can see that here.

      As for batteries/vape mods to use with sub ohm tanks. The likes of the Eleaf iKuun, CoolFire Ultra are good devices.

      Of course you may still want a pen style vape or a smaller mod. If so let me know and we can go from there 🙂

      Thanks

      Jonny

    • Hi Anup,

      There are a few good choices.

      I personally like the Eleaf Pico 75.

      If you want something with a better screen then the SMOK AL85 and iJoy Capo 100 are both very good options.

      One thing to keep in mind is the diameter of the tank you will be using.

      The Pico 75 will fit upto 22mm comfortably while the AL85 (upto 25mm) and the Capo 100 (upto 26mm).

      Thanks

      Jonny

  12. Hi , i love my mini mods and this is a great list of them with good detail on each of them . I feel you have missed one out that i think can match most or all of those tested mods . The mini mod i am talking about is the Tesla Stealth 100w . It has great power and the 2200mah inbuilt battery lasts a lot longer than most do . I am a heavy vape man and this little beauty will last me all day and more on a single charge . Very compact and easy to use , fits in any pocket very nicely with its 22.5mm tank sunk down side by side of the battery . I love this mini mod and it gives enough power to give you huge clouds without compromising on the flavour . i use it along side of the Melo 3 tank ( 5.5ml ) you can also get this tank in 4ml , 3ml and 2ml versions which all fit very nicely into this little mod . Any tank with 22.5mm diameter or less will fit inside it .
    John

    • Hey John,

      Nice mod! We did actually have this on the list at one point but the actual availability wasn’t too good so it was eventually removed. We’ll have another look on the next edit though 🙂

      Cheers

      Jonny

  13. ok , i am a fan of small or mini mods as they are good for the pocket and fantastic while on holiday in your shorts pocket . I already own the istick pico and the Eleaf ikonn mini and i also once had the Tesla stealth untill i decided to go swimming while on holiday and forgot to take it out of my pocket lol . to be fair after swimming for around 15 mins and i finnaly realised my mistake i tried it and it still worked believe it or not but after 5mins of vaping sparks started to fly lol .
    My Question is …… is there anything out there to better those mini mods i have used . i mainly pair them with my favourite Mello 3 tank which gives out a good flavour .
    John

    • Hey John,

      haha.. I’ve almost done something similar, realised when I was upto my knees fortunately!

      Got to say you’ve got one of my favourites in the Pico 75. I recently tested out the new Pico 21700, which is a slightly beefier version of the original. Main difference that you can use 3 different battery types, bumped up wattage and can house 25mm diameter tanks.

      For me though I still prefer the more compact Pico 75!

      The others that I like are the SMOK Al85 which has a better screen but similar form factor and another that is similar the iJoy Capo.

      The Eleaf Kiya is also a nice little device, in fact tiny (review up soon for that) but it does have a built in battery rather than the replaceable you are used to.

  14. My favourite mini mod is an iStick Mini with Aspire K-2 tank. With a 1.6 ohm atomizer running at 3.3V it runs at around 7 watts for about five hours. The entire rig weighs less than 3 ounces when full of juice and, with the Eleaf bending adapter, will fold down to fit in a 2 X 2 X 1 inch space. There really isn’t a smaller and lighter regulated box mod available anywhere. There is also a newer 20 watt VV and VW model that is the same size and weight but costs a little more. Both are highly recommended.

  15. have a few of these mods, but prefer vaporesso’s efforts – both the target mini as the best real mini mod by some way over the others here, and the tarot nano over larger mods like the evic mini (good mod) and the pico (cheap feel to it).
    That wismec rx mini has caught my attention though.

  16. I’m really surprised Vaporesso revenger x and revenger mini aren’t being reviewed. I have had nothing but good times vaping with this versatile kit that has powerful control over all modes possibly. Bang for the buck, I’d say…

  17. I have the smok v8 and the damn thing leaks when laid on it’s side. I’m looking for a mini that I can carry in my pocket that does not leak. Suggestions?

    • The big vaping companies do not want to give out complete specifications. It is called “information asymmetry” and it gives them power over their customers. It also does not help to sell the 95 g Target Mini if customers know that the iStick 40 costs less, weighs less (93 g), has a 2200 mAh cell instead of 1300.

  18. I have made a series mech mod by modifying the Noisy Cricket to take 2 18350 batteries. It is 45mm x 45mm x 22mm, has 1400mAh and 8.4V. It works fantastic. Here is video and pictures of it. You’ll make one in an hour, and the Noisy Cricket is one of the cheapest series box mods out there.
    https://youtu.be/qIlGQgpV6fk

  19. I’ve got a smok v8 stick with a 3000 bartery .I love it I also have a innokin t18 I’m after something small with the same power as the smok v8 .been looking at the q box .just somthing small to put in my pocket with my v8 what would u recommend like the pebble and the telsa but need 1 with no wattage .don’t understand stand all that just plug in and charge what would you recommend thx dave

    • Hey David,

      The Q Box is a great option for a small device. It’s actually tiny. The thing is, the smaller the mod the lower the battery capacity tends to be, for obvious reasons. None of the very small mods have a battery life that will match the 3000mAh V8 for instance.

      If you don’t want to have a mod that has Variable wattage functionality then this will cut down your selection massively. In fact, I’m struggling to find one that does this that will work with the tank you have.

      What I will say is that it’s very easy to change wattage, takes 5 minutes to get the hang of. Once you find your wattage then you simply don’t change it or lock it in place if the mod had that function.

      The Tesla won’t fit the tank you got with the V8. The maximum width it can fit is 22.5mm. The TFV8 Big Baby tank that comes with the V8 is 24.5mm I believe.

      So the mods you mention are good as is the Eleaf iStick Pico, although this requires the use of a replaceable battery.

      Thanks

      Jonny

  20. Zelos is the best, and it’s same for me, did not get much interest while seeing the picture, but since I bough it, it’s my go tosetup with Nautilus 2

  21. I own many of these:
    I use the Nautilus X as the atomizer, and vape 18mg at 12W. Here are my reviews.

    Volt: Turns it self off automatically in 10 minutes. Really annoying. Otherwise pretty solid.
    Nugget: Probably the best. Downside is it often cranks itself up to 50w while in my pocket. This tends to kill the coils faster when I don’t notice. It would be perfect if the buttons were slightly more recessed.
    Target: The button housing pushed through, so it broke after about 6 months.
    Eleaf Nano: Underpowered, slow to start.

    • Thanks for the comment John!

      You should be able to ‘5 click’ on/off your Nugget to stop accidental firing and save your coils. Although, if your like me you’re just chucking it in your pocket and forgetting to turn it off 🙂

  22. The foto of the Rx mini is actualy the RX300 (400W on the newest firmware)!!!
    I’ve been rocking the Evic Basic (1500mah) the smallest of all mods, 60W and compatible with the ArcticFox firmware. I’ve got only the mod not the kit (with the awfull cubis tank) and i realy don’t understand why nobody talks about this mod.
    I can mention also the Pico 75, now the pico 25 and the AL85

    • Hey Joao,

      Good catch on the RX! Now updated!

      I’ve been meaning to buy the eVic Basic to have a look at so thanks for the reminder on that. Will take a look for sure.

      Got the Pico 75 up there as well, great little mod as is the SMOK AL85. Will have the Eleaf Pico 25 in soon for review, be interesting to see that in action.

      Thanks again for your input Joao!

      Jonny

  23. Fantastic list, I would personally recommend the Laisimo Snow Wolf Mini Plus box mod (not the kit). Fantastic device, high build quality, great chip, fantastic form factor, good looking design and good battery life even when using with a sub ohm tank.

    • Yeah got THE tarot nano from My wife today and I have the Eleaf Pico 75 still working but the tarot feels awesome in the hand.

      I’ve read recommended atomizers should be up to 22mm I had no time today to make a coil since it’s Valentine’s day but I put the vandy vape kylin “gold” version that I got from a vape shop in December that had a sale for half the price. The gold kylin on the eleaf iKonn and gold version looks so damn good and it’s small and I lived it more than my dna200 yihi and minkin v2 and other devices and I did . But anyways the tarot with the 25mm kylin just hangs out of it you can only see it with your eyes real close looks like nothing the overhang so I’m feeling that an 24mm atomizers would suffice since 25mm your nail can feel the overhang.

      Anyone recommend a good atomizer for my Tarot nano? Thinking of an smm suck my mod atomizer it’s not that high should have great taste and but add some green color glass to it?

      And my Tarot, I only used it today but I love using it instead of my 12 or so other kids even if it’s an older device but that is the pico 75 which I bought some time early 2016. I think quality is good in the pico but it’s a giant I use now to really feel the tarot since I got 2 premium ejuice 60ml. My wife had saved to this day to give me what I have today so I really love my wife. I must say she was the one buying me my first iJust 2 back in 2015 when I knew nothing about vaping.

      Same day after 16 years smoking a cigarette pack a day I quit smoking and eating sugar and my diabetes is 1/3 of the blood sugar I have had for 23 years. I was told by 16 doctors before that and been in contact with the best professor and specialist doctor in Sweden since my hospital don’t know what to do.

      Anyway sorry for my autism spectrum but any nice ideas for Tarot, would love a single coil tank up to 24mm or should I go with the suck my mod RTA and fix green glass until I find something better?

      Have a micro RDA on the way for sneaky vaping and a wotofo squonk gold and an the name of the first squonk RDA on the squonk mod list but as a Rick and Morty fan I had to order an Rick sanchez edition for the mod but I’m thinking of going with an goon 1.5 pickle Rick edition.

      Sorry for all the text. But good info for those who did not know why some tanks leak with bottom airflow even when the juice channels are closed. Try my screw it on a little, turn it around, turn to right upside down let the pressure in the tank be air instead of ejuice for 10 seconds. Close the air vents before opening up the tank, before filling then when you have it turned and it’s only air, the ejuice comes then open the air vents and screw it to the ejuice holes open.

      But sorry for my writers curse now having perfect sleep because I have it like a Teddy bear. I’m a night vaper I take like 4 draws in my sleep without knowing I’m doing it, my wife told me she thinks it’s odd. And sleeping on the tarot if I drop it in bed it can never hurt my back.

      Got an ipv6x too with yihi chip good for TC vaping 1.5 version not the same that all that have the 1.2 version with the problems but I’m thinking of going small and going squonk and I need money too and a cheap lightweight laptop because of my pain.

      By the way fun fact the tarot nano is roughly the same size as the eleaf Icare 1 that my wife has, the only thing is she uses nic salt ejuice to try to quit smoking but nic salts is only for MTL. Now need to stop worrying before I make an fool of myself, so tired can’t see the keyboard on the phone. Now to Netflix and zz*zZzzzz.

      This is my goto ecig page btw my wife has an English father and we go to England every summer, friendliest people in the world wish I could live there. I hope to be there and wish the queen could be the leader of Sweden, she is such a good leader and person. Just want to tell English guys and girls you have a great home. Best wishes Marcus.

  24. A good list overall, however my personal favourite it the Aspire NX75-A (aluminium). The Zinc-alloy version is quite heavy but the Alu version is really light. It’s smaller than my Evic minis, fires faster and is almost down to nugget sizes. Replaceable 18650 tops it off for me.

  25. Nice list! Good work. I live the mini mods. I own the Target, Mini Volt and also one that wasnt on your list. The Council of Vapor Mega Volt. Which actually in my opinion is the best one out there as far as capabilities and battery life. Also the quick charge feature is mint! Half hour with the cord it comes with.

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