Vape Mod Reviews

Box mods are the penultimate machines for portable vaping. They occupy the leading place in the vaporizer food chain and offer plenty of customizations for advanced vaping. Meant to satiate every cloud-chasing dream, box mods are designed to extract complex flavors out of the e-juice. Our reviews are based on parameters like user-friendliness, vapor quality, durability, design, and value for money.

  • Dovpo Trigger 168W Review
    Dovpo Trigger 168W Review

    The Dovpo Trigger 168W takes two removable 18650 batteries and features a top-down OLED screen for easy menu navigation. Read our review here.

  • Kangertech Pollex Review
    Kangertech Pollex Review

    The Kanger Pollex from Kangertech is 200w of touchscreen vaping, and this review will unveil the curtains on its performance and build quality.

  • GeekVape Aegis 100W Review
    GeekVape Aegis 100W Review

    GeekVape Aegis 100W Waterproof TC is a rugged mod that is a watershed addition to the world of vaping. It is durability at its very best.

  • Kanger Wakizashi Review
    Kanger Wakizashi Review

    The Kanger Wakizashi is a new entry into the pod mod market that has yet to come out but promises to deliver a superb MTL experience. Read our preview here.

  • Eleaf iStick Kiya 50W Review
    Eleaf iStick Kiya 50W Review

    The Eleaf iStick Kiya is the epitome of the "box" mod with its boxy, diminutive shape and 50W maximum power output. Read our review here.

  • Sigelei GW 257W Kit Review
    Sigelei GW 257W Kit Review

    The Sigelei GW 257W incorporates a dual-cell setup into its design that can take three different battery types. Read our review here.