As manufacturers up their game, vapers face an ever-growing selection of vape mods to choose from, each offering an array of features that boast the most supreme of e-cigarette experiences. While box mods facilitate a more bespoke vape, it is important we understand what each product actually delivers so we can make the right choice.
We’re here to cut through the noise and help you understand which is the best mod for you.
Aspire Zelos 50W Kit, £59.99
Combining the Zelos Mod and Nautilus 2 Tank, this Aspire Kit provides variable wattage and voltage in a chic design, allowing configurable TC settings displayed via an OLED screen. Upgraded hardware means improved air-flow, whilst also incorporating a top-fill design.
The result? A sleeker overall product.
The kit creates a generous vapour cloud, so the manufacturer recommends less nicotine for the same results, as well as 50:50 blend VG e-liquids for this SUB OHM device.
Eleaf iStick Power 80W Box Mod, £44.99
The improved iStick Power has shifted focus towards an extended battery life, so vapers no longer need worry about carrying additional packs. The compact design incorporates a variety of features, including an OLED screen that displays all vaping information, plus an easily adjustable output for maximum control.
This slick mod is available in a number of finishes with customisable hardware to match your look.
Wismec Reuleaux RX2/3 TC MOD, £58.99
An extension to the renowned Wismec series – designed in collaboration with JayBo – the 2/3 device offers you the chance to switch to just two 18650 batteries, with a separate back-cover to reduce the size of the pack.
The variable output of 150W or 200W – dictated by the number of batteries – is complimented by temperature control features, while vapers can also add their own bespoke logo onto a customisable OLED screen.
Designed as a SUB OHM device, this is for the more seasoned user.
Wismec Predator 228W Mod, £50.00
The Wismec Predator is of US origin, a product of Sinuous Designs, and run off two 18650 batteries meaning it’s capable of producing an output of 228W/50A. USB ports mean the mod is easy to charge, while a reverse A/C adapter can recharge other devices.
The top-fill capacity and ingenious child-lock make this the most user-friendly of options; ideal for anyone with inquisitive children.
Sigelei Kaos Spectrum Box Mod, £59.99
The contemporary design of the Sigelei Kaos Spectrum includes a modifiable LED strip on its main screen and can operate in either VW or TC modes. This is the most recent in dual 18650 devices and powers an output of anywhere from 10 to 230W. There are numerous customisable features – including various LED colour options – plus a superior battery performance.
A truly ergonomic design with zinc alloy and soft-touch leather creates an elegant finish.
Aspire Speeder 200W MOD, £54.99
The first high-powered option of the Aspire range, offering an output of 200W with full temperature control. It includes dual 18650 batteries, plus all the customisable features one would expect from Aspire: ergonomic design, rotating OLED display and variable power settings – plus the ground-breaking penta-coil head.
Easily paired with your favourite tank, this device is built for the vaper who knows exactly what they want from each inhale.
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