After being in the mod market for a while I picked up the new Asmodus Minikin - and I haven’t put it down since.
Let me explain, I’ve recently been playing with dual battery mods just for the extended battery life. Considering I rarely vape above thirty watts, it meant I wouldn’t need to carry around spare batteries and waste valuable pocket real estate.
So, I needed something dual battery, small yet comfortable in the hand oh, and for it to cost less than a ton (I’m really clumsy and can’t have nice things) no small order. This is where the Minikin rises to the challenge. The touchscreen mod is honestly the most comfortable bit of kit I’ve had for a while. It’s curves and rubberised finish make it fit like a piece of a puzzle, to the point you’ll believe it’s stuck there. The concave fire button is delightfully clicky, not to mention responsive.
The touchscreen - I’m not going to lie - took me a few minutes to figure out. That may be something to do with the fact I arrogantly believed I could figure it all out just by clicking and swiping enough times.
Its true potential may be a bit wasted on me but I could see, even from the most cursory of glances, that all the usual functions and settings were there, so it’s plain sailing.
The mod in power mode will fire up to 168 watts which should, realistically, be plenty for most vapers out there. Unless, of course, you’re running some monstrous coil set-up which requires the wattage used to power a small village!
But let’s be sane for just a few seconds; the average vaper normally doesn’t push more than 120 watts so why on earth would you ask for any more?
The chip set is what I was most interested in: specialising in power delivery and battery life, I thought this would be a steal as it looked like it would run for days on the lower end of the power scale. Well they didn’t lie when they claimed you would notice the batteries lasting longer. It would be an exaggeration to say it feels like there’s a whole other battery there, but it’s a noticeable improvement in comparison with mods I’ve been using up until now.
So, all in all, would I recommend it? Of course I would! I haven’t been this impressed by a regulated device since my first ever sub-ohm kit. It looks stunning, fires anything sensible and definitely won’t break the bank.
What can I say? It’s part of the top tier of mass produced mods and has all the features and technology to compete with top-shelf competitors - and all at house prices.
An absolute must-have for anyone looking to be a little more serious with their vaping and looking good while doing it.