AT7 Mod – Stunning Device that Looks Like a Gaming PC – How Does it Vape?
One look at the Stentorian AT-7 box mod and you’re either gonna love it or hate it.
The designers took their inspiration from those water cooled gamer PCs and you have to admit it – they’ve pulled it off perfectly.
It’s powered by a massive 3500mAH internal battery and there’s no screen or settings – the American AT chipset takes care of all that for you and has a max output of 100watts.
BTW Stentorian designed the mod and Wotofo are distributing it and the AT stands for All Tech.
So given this is a gamer’s style vape mod is it game on or game over for the AT-7?
Let’s take a closer look.
As always my thoughts and opinions are my own.
Inside the Box
Classy looking box but to say what’s in there is sparse is an understatement – with even the user manual and despite its thickness extremely basic.
- 1 x AT-7 Box Mod
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x USB Cable
Stentorian AT-7 Specs
- Chip: American AT chipset
- Size: 90 x 74.5 x 30.5mm
- Thread: 510 thread
- Battery: Built-in 3500mAh battery
- Max Wattage: 100W
- Output Voltage: 4.2V
- Resistance range: 0.1 – 3.0ohm
- Charge: Micro USB charging
No escaping it – the key feature here has to be the looks – I’ll go more into that next.
Underneath the design though there’s not a lot going on if I’m honest.
There’s no screen – no settings – just a chipset that sets the resistance of your coil automatically and throws whatever power it decides it needs.
The mod has a whole host of safety features: short circuit protection – overtime protection – over heating protection – low voltage warning – over out-put voltage protection – over charging protection and low resistance protection.
If only some of my PCs had had that much ‘protection’ when we were ‘overclocking’ lol.
The fire button is a bar style very similar to the Smok Alien and has a pleasing throw to it and sounds good too.
The 510 is spring loaded and I have found a couple of my RDAs and tanks don’t quite sit flush.
It can technically take a 30mm tank – the largest I have is 25mm and it sits nicely with no overhang.
Now this is NOT a water cooled mod – it is inspired by the water cooling your find in some gaming PCs.
However, the designers do suggest there’s an ‘innovative brass tube radiation design’ that dissipates the heat and so protecting your device.
Now I’m no techy however Todd over at Todd’s Reviews on YouTube has taken it apart and was scratching his head as to just what that actually means – could be something or just clever marketing!
One thing that is clear after using this for a little over two weeks is the 3500mAH battery is a monster lasting me a good 6 to 7 hours and I have to say the AT-7 hits like a mile long express train loaded with lead shipping containers filled with er lead…
I have seen stars on some inhales trust me haha.
Design and Build Quality
It has to be said design wise this is nothing short of brilliant!
I was a bit of a ‘gamer’ when my son was in his early teens [he’s 31 now] and we loved playing online ‘shoot ‘em ups’ and were forever tinkering with the latest fans and video cards to get the best ping and power.
We’d have killed for a PC that looked like this – so the designers have absolutely nailed the looks.
Given this is an internal battery there’s no moving parts but the construction is solid and the mod has a pleasing weight in the hand.
The device feels high-end and that paint looks as though it will stay on for quite some time.
The clear plastic is a bit of a fingerprint magnet and even being careful with it there’s a few tiny scratches however I do think this might be quite a sturdy piece of kit that could take a couple of knocks.
It comes in black – red and white at the moment and as you can see I received the white version which actually looks very good with black tanks.
How Does the Stetorian AT-7 Mod Perform?
Like I’ve already mentioned this mod packs a punch!
I have used a number of tanks on top with varying high and low builds and been surprised at how hard this hits.
Take the Pharaoh RTA for instance.
On my Livepor 160 mod at 63.7 watts on a 0.3ohm build I get a really nice vape – however the same build on the AT-7 and boom it’s a whole new ball game.
You can almost feel the power as the vapour hits the back of your throat – this is a beast!
I used the Doge III RDA [it didn’t sit flush] on a 0.1ohm build and once again it was like getting whacked in the mouth with a steam train – wow.
Just for fun and science I popped on the Nautilus 2 with the 0.7ohm coil that I normally vape at 21.5 watts.
The chip picked it up effortlessly and gave me a very nice MTL vape – so this baby has got power and finesse!
What I Like
All of it.
I know – I know – I’m usually a grumpy old sod when it comes to reviewing mods that are shall we say ‘a bit out there.’
And to be honest when I wrote the preview for this I found myself tutting a lot.
However and from the moment I un-boxed it – I loved it.
I love the fire bar – the weight of it – the design – the feel of it in your hand and I absolutely adore the kick it gives – this is a hard hitter and it’s bloody brilliant.
I even like the LED light that comes on when you vape – blue for vaping and red and flashing when you power it off.
This device has surprised me to say the least and trust me it’s a real conversation starter!
What I Don’t Like
I am genuinely struggling here.
There’s no point saying I don’t like the fact there’s no screen or settings as that is the whole point of the device.
But maybe the 510 is a little spongy – meaning more than a few of my tanks and RDAs didn’t sit flush.
Not huge gaps but enough for me to get a little OCD about it.
Final Review Verdict
I think you can tell I like it.
It’s quirky but well designed and great to vape with.
As I’ve already said it hits hard – maybe a little too hard with some coils and builds – but even a lower wattage old vaper like me didn’t find that too much of an issue.
Look it is what it is a funky piece of vape kit that whilst not the most portable looks great on my desk.
So do I recommend it?
Yes I really do – it’s fun and all together bloody brilliant!
- Easy to use
- Takes up to 30mm tanks and attys
- Cool design
- Not too weighty
- Fast charging
- Good battery life
- Very responsive
- Great fire bar
- Hits HARD!
- 510 a little bit meh!