Why we love it:
The Fuchai R7 is the newest edition of Sigelei’s Fuchai model, giving you even more features than before. A dual-18650 mod, the R7 boasts a 230 watt maximum in addition to temperature control, preheat functionality, and a multi-coil memory bank. The Sigelei Fuchai R7 is lightweight, ergonomic, and ready to provide an exceptional vaping experience.
Why we love it:
The VooPoo Drag is well known as a fantastic mod, marked by its beautiful multi-coloured resin panels. Its 157 watt maximum output and coveted Gene chip make for a strong hit and responsive fire button. With temperature control, Smart VW, and Super modes, the mod is as customizable as it is gorgeous. But the best features of the VooPoo Drag mod is arguably VooPoo’s proprietary PC app that gives you the ultimate control over the mod’s configuration.
Why we love it: GeekVape’s Aegis mod was revered as the most durable mod on the market, but with the release of their new Aegis Legend model, GeekVape takes the waterproof, shockproof, and dustproof mod to a whole new level. As a new addition, the Aegis Legend takes two 18650 batteries, bringing it’s maximum power level to 200 watts, and includes features like temperature control and power curve mode. It’s the perfect mod for anyone who works (or plays) outdoors.
Why we love it: Another sensational release from GeekVape, the Blade mod is a dual-battery device compatible with 18650, 20700, or 21700 batteries. With 235 watts of power and features like temperature control mode, power curve mode, bypass mode, and a 0.015 second firing speed, the Blade takes a spot as one of the best mods available today. And what’s more, its ergonomic design and interesting colour options make the mod even more appealing.
Why we love it: The newest version of the asMODus Minikin, the Minikin Reborn, is the love child of the Minikin Boost and the Minikin 2. With the look and feel of the Minikin Boost, and the touchscreen display interface of the Minikin 2, the Minikin Reborn takes vapes one step closer to smartphones. Powered by the GX-168-HT chip, the dual-battery mod fires to a maximum of 168 watts—up to 190 watts with the firmware upgrade. Besides general features like temperature control and curve mode, the Minikin Reborn offers balance charging, enabling you to charge the device safely via micro USB pass-through.