The VOX Mini maintains the same basic lines of its bigger brother, the VOX II (click here for the Seven Report review of the VOX II), sacrificing only 10 watts of power to allow for the smaller size.
It has a variable wattage range of 7 – 40 watts, has a spring loaded 510 connector, will fire coils from 0.3 to 3.0 ohm and has sleek good looks. The VOX Mini is powered by an internal battery that can be charged via the micro USB port on the front of the device using the included cable. With its pass through capability you can continue to vape while the mod is charging.
The OLED display on the VOX Mini is crisp and easy to read. It shows battery level, resistance of the attached coil, voltage and wattage. It also displays any safety warnings that are appropriate. The fire, power increase and decrease buttons are solid and work smoothly. And you can lock the increase and decrease buttons to prevent any inadvertent changes to your power.
I’ll be using the VOX Mini extensively over the next week or so and then come back with a full, in-depth review. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll find out that way when that review is live.
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