The Wismec Reuleaux RX75 kit is one of the most unusual mod and tank combos on the market, with a design that really seems to split opinion.
Inspired by popular YouTuber VapingwithTwisted420 and designed by Jaybo, it sees Wismec are bringing out the Reuleaux brand name once again.
Wismec Reuleaux RX75 Kit
Comprising of a single 18650 mod and 2ml capacity Amor Mini tank, the RX75 has been designed from the ground up in an attempt to provide a unified vaping experience.
Is it one of the top vape mods I have used? Let’s find out.
In The Box
- RX75 Mod
- Amor Mini Tank
- 1 x Pre-installed 0.2 Ohm Kanthal Coil
- 1 x Spare 0.2 Ohm Kanthal Coil
- 2 x Drip Tips (one clear, one smoked)
- 1 x Spare Smoked Screen Door
- 1 x USB Cable
- 1 x Manual
Main Features / Specs
- 87mm X 22.5mm X 47mm
- Removable 18650 Battery
- Wattage Range 1-75W
- VW/Bypass Resistance Range 0.1-3.5Ω
- TC Resistance Range 0.05-1.5Ω
- Temp Range – 200-600°F / 100-315℃
Amor Mini Tank
- 2ml Capacity
- 52mm X 22mm
- 510 Thread
- Top Fill
- 510 Drip Tip
Design and Build Quality
Size and Finish
The RX75 is an interesting take on the side-by-side mod, with a love or hate it style that makes it stand out from most mods on the market.
Personally I think it stands out for the right reasons!
It comes in black, with accent colours (matched with the Amor Mini tank) of either red, green, grey or black (for that ‘murdered out’ look).
The finish feels great, it’s metal but it feels slightly rough to the touch with a grippy texture, and it certainly feels sturdy and well made.
It’s not the smallest of mods when compared to other single 18650 setups, but the lowered deck where the tank screws in makes it feel relatively compact in the hand, especially when paired with the Amor Mini or a similarly low profile tank such as the even tinier Aspire Nautilus X.
With no garish logos anywhere it also looks sleek, and it comes with two different screen doors, one smoked so the screen is visible when vaping, and one in solid metal which gives the mod the look of a mech.
Design and Features
The signature feature of the RX75 is the aforementioned screen door. This flips down so you can make adjustments, and the screen itself is one of the best I’ve seen on any device.
It’s clear, crisp, bright and displays everything you might want to see. The other notable feature is the firing mechanism, which is again a triumph.
To fire the mod you simple squeeze the battery door while it’s in your palm, and after getting used to it the feel is a lot more comfortable and natural than traditional firing buttons.
The downside here is that the RX75 can be a bit fiddly to adjust, you’ll often flip the door down to change something and will inadvertently fire it at the same time.
To prevent this and prevent accidental firing when pocketed however, the mod has a handy physical lock switch on the top.
The lowered tank deck makes the RX75 feel more unified than a traditional tank and mod setup, however it also comes with its own downsides.
It will only take tanks up to 22mm, and on most tanks it will partially block some of the airflow.
In practice this isn’t such a big deal, and running a Kanger Subtank Mini on it I didn’t notice any great difference.
Lastly the RX75 has a side-mounted USB port for charging and updating, and some further venting holes neatly machined on either side.
Amor Mini Tank
The Amor Mini tank looks great.
It’s stubby, with clean lines, and it’s o-rings will be matched to whichever colour RX75 you go for.
It also comes with two different drip tips, one clear and one smoked, which is a really nice idea and again gives you the feeling that this kit has been designed with care and attention.
The tank also feels well put together, however refilling can be fiddly, with the top cap sometimes being hard to unscrew, and the airflow control ring (which doubles as a juice-flow control) isn’t the clearest or easiest to use.
How Does The Wismec RX75 and Amor Mini Tank Perform?
We will first take a look at the RX75 mod functions and how they work.
- Lock/unlock – 5 clicks of the power button
- Menu select – 3 Clicks of the fire button then use right button to switch between
- While in selected mode use left button to change additional parameters
- When powered off press fire and right button simultaneously to set TCR mode
- Screen Flip – Hold down left and right buttons while powered off
The menu is fairly straight forward to use with options for the screen to display just about anything you might want, and the mod is also firmware upgradeable.
That being said it’s certainly not a beginners device, but those who’ve used regulated mods by Wismec or others before shouldn’t have any problems.
The manual is also fairly clear and detailed so what at first can seem like a dizzying array of options is actually relatively easy to work through.
Temp control performs well and has options for Nickel, Titanium and Stainless Steel, with an additional TCR mode.
As mentioned previously however the RX75 isn’t something you want to be adjusting all the time, the ergonomics simply make it a bit fiddly. As a ‘set and forget’ device though it works very well.
Amor Mini Tank
The big downside of this setup is that while it looks fantastic with the tank and mod marrying together as one, the Amor Mini tank is a bit of a limp performer.
Yes it can chuck out the clouds, but it suffers when it comes to flavour, and for a lot of people that means it’s a bit of a write-off.
It has a small 2ml capacity in order to achieve its low profile look, however filling with e liquid be fiddly and I often got some juice seeping from the top which I think was due to pressure rather than overfilling.
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The top can also get fairly hot at higher wattages and the metal of the tank often comes into contact with your lips.
The inclusion of two identical 0.2ohm kanthal coils is also a bit questionable, and it would be nice if Wismec had thrown in a different coil type to experiment with.
What I Like
The build quality here is great, and it feels like a mod and tank combo that have been designed with care and attention to perfectly compliment each other.
It has a unique look that helps it stand it among the usual black boxes on the market, and this is backed up by a great firing mechanism that makes it a joy to use.
The hidden screen gives it a clean ‘mech-like’ look, while the optional smoked screen door also gives you the option to make it look more traditional and improve usability.
What I Didn’t Like
The Amor Mini tank is nothing to write home about, it looks good and does the job in a fairly workmanlike fashion, however it’s somewhat lacking in flavour and doesn’t compete with the best sub ohm vape tanks on the market.
This mod probably isn’t for the fiddlers out there. While there is a button to lock the firing mechanism, it can ultimately be a bit frustrating to adjust the RX75.
While it’s not really a negative, this mod isn’t for beginners, and you probably wouldn’t want it as your only setup.
Final Review Verdict
- Great build quality
- Bright screen
- Upgradeable firmware
- Unique look
- Comfortable to use
- Amor Mini tank is only average
- Design limits use to 22mm tanks or smaller
- Can be fiddly to adjust