Surion vape brand is my obsession. Like Surion Drop and Air Series, Suorin made a small drop-shaped pod that fits the palm of the hand. At first glance, Suorin Drop 2 looks like a charm hanging on the car key. But in essence, it turns out that it is a very good e-cigarette device.
Appearance & Design
It is really small. The teardrop design is unique. The interesting thing about this device is that it doesn’t even have an inappropriately lengthy user manual for the stuff of a button.
In any case, the user can choose from several different colors. The surface has a smooth and frosted feel and looks very durable.
When users buy the easiest to use all-in-one device, of course, they do not expect top cloud computing performance when they use it.
Suorin vape Drop 2 is super portable and invisible, but the amount of steam it produces will not be so easy to hide! Possibly, even tech-savvy e-cigarette users may consider using this device every day where the RDA cannot be refilled.
When the medium-sized cartridges are hit, they can be easily replaced for another round of excellent e-cigarettes.
In my opinion, it is very easy to use, beginners will love this product, it will introduce the world of vape pod kit well. However, its unique aesthetic and delicious steam will also win the favor of experienced e-cigarette gods.
Speaking of Suorin, most vapers should be familiar with it. This time I’m gonna introduce the Suorin Air Mod Kit which is the latest in the Air series. Let’s dive in.
The styling of the Air Mod Kit is sort of recognizable as the original Air Kit– with the pod being only 14mm thick – but this time the body is made from recycled PCTG and Zinc alloy to give a modern appearance. Unlike the previous versions, this has a 0.96″ TFT display screen and also variable wattage control between 5-40W. Inside the device is the 1500mAh battery which recharges via the USB Type-C port in 2 hours at a 1A charge rate. To operate the device, you can either use the fire button on the side or the draw activation sensor mechanism.
Above the fire button, there is an AFC ring that allows you to adjust the airflow to your preference. The Air Mod pod will hold up to 3ml of your own fruits flavor vape liquid which is reduced to 2ml for TPD regulated areas. Apparently, there is a side fill port on the pod but this is not shown on the marketing images. The pod supports coil replacement – there are two coil options to choose from and both are in the kit: 0.6ohm Mesh (25-32W), 0.8ohm Mesh (16-22W). All in all, the Air Mod Kit is definitely a decent pod system and also more cost-effective than its predecessors.
In this article, I’m gonna introduce the Suorin Air Pro Kit which is an update to the popular Air and Air Plus pod devices. So what does it have to offer above the original models? Let’s have a closer look!
Firstly as you can see the slim “credit card” style design is still provided with a 930mAh internal battery. Charging has been updated with this version – it still uses a USB charger but also a dock (Pogo Charging) will be available in the future. The output is actually lower on the Pro version at 18W but I think this is down to the fact there is only one pod/coil option at present. An LED indicator is provided – but seems to only a single LED mounted on the fire button as opposed to the 5 LEDs which appeared on the Plus version. Firing is achieved either through draw activation or by manually pressing the fire button.
The Air Pro pods are refillable but they appear to have fixed coils. Suorin state each pod can be refilled 6 times before the output drops. Bear in mind the cartridge capacity is 4.9ml in standard form. If this is marketed in TPD Regulated Areas this capacity will have to be reduced to 2ml. Inside the pod is a 1ohm Pro Mesh coil and Suorin promise more coil options will be available soon. There are 11 colors to choose from: Ice Blue, Lively Green, Sunglow Gold, Lavender Purple, Rainbow, Silver, Black, Faded Skeleton, Gunmetal, Star-Spangled Red, and Star-Spangled Blue.