Suorin Drop AIO Pod Vape Review
Lately, it seems to me that all vaping brands are taking part in a conspiracy competition. What can be the stealthiest shape producing vaping clouds? While most of them try to make it slim like a cigarette, Suorin went another way. They made a small vape pod in a drop shape that fits perfectly in a palm. At a first glimpse, it looks like some kind of charm to carry with your car keys. But essentially it turned out to be a really nice vaping device. Let’s find out what Suorin Drop is all about.
In the box of Suorin Drop:
- 300 mAh Battery Unit
- 2 ml Cartridge
- USB charger
- User Manual
- Certificate of Identity
- Size: 73 x 49 x 12 mm
- 2 mL dual e-liquid tank
- 1.3 – 1.4 Ohm resistance
- 45 min to charge
- Air switch
The Suorin Drop is really, really tiny. The teardrop design is something unique, that’s why the Suorin Drop immediately drew my attention. I couldn’t wait to taste what it’s like to vape something so small and so non-traditional.
The funny thing about this device is inappropriately wordy User Manual. It never crossed my mind that I need to have such a big manual for something that doesn’t even have a single button. Anyway, you can choose out of a few different colors. A red one appealed to me, so I’ve chosen such a bright color. The surface has a smooth and matte feeling to it, and it looks quite durable. The round-shaped thing with a brand logo that I thought was a firing button turned out to be just a rounded Suorin logo with no additional functions to it.
The top part is an all-in-one construction that features atomizer, two separate e-liquid reservoirs, and a mouthpiece. This section is made of plastic which seems to sit a little flimsy and be not of the highest quality. Meaning, for the small, buttonless device priced for about 35$ I expected slightly better quality.
Loading the Suorin Drop
The Suorin Drop is capable of containing 2 ml of e-liquid in two separate built-in tanks, as I’ve mentioned before. This is a fresh new feature, and I don’t think I’ve seen it anywhere else so far.
Apparently, you can fill the Suorin Drop with two different e-juices at the same time, thus mixing and matching different tastes. For example, you are fascinated with your favorite strawberry flavor. Why not mix it with custard, fruit cereal, or maybe a hint of tobacco? Honestly, I found a lot of combinations to play with. This duo-tank feature really engages you to use the Suorin Drop, and by the way, it tastes pretty good.
This device has a bottom-fill system, but that’s not a problem – you take the top cap off, turn it upside down, and after loading, just snap the battery on top of that. I didn’t notice any leakage problem during a few days of using the Suorin Drop. Nevertheless, the top part seemed to be a little wobbly, especially on the sides. The other downside to the filling system is, of course, its tiny size. Since the vapor production and the draw are pretty well for this kind of a small and simple device, any of my juice (I use different VG/PG rates) was running out literally in a few minutes.
Vaping the Suorin Drop
When you buy the easiest to use, all-in-one device, of course, you use it without expectations for a top cloud-chucking performance. The Suorin Drop is super-portable and stealthy, but I must confess, the amount of vapor it produces you won’t be that easy to hide away! Probably, even tech-savvy vapers might consider using this device on a daily basis in places where it’s uncomfortable to refill their RDAs.
The mouthpiece is not as small as it is in an electronic cigarette. It is a regular vape pen mouthpiece that connects directly to the atomizer. Due to the low battery capacity, I suppose, I didn’t receive any overheating, even after a long draw. And I would like to emphasize here that the long and hard hit actually did take place. This was a pleasant surprise for me that with such a simple vape pod I could actually vape like a real vaper, just the way I regularly do.
I felt a dense vapor draw, and a throat hit wasn’t so bad. Not quite as strong as it can be, but it was alright. And the vapor production was nearly alike the amount that an average vape pen produces. But sometimes there was an issue with taking a hit right after the previous one. I pulled, but nothing seemed to happen. Even so, in a few seconds, this problem would normally disappear.
Using the Suorin Drop
I know that slim and sleek devices look stylish and you can vape it with grace. A stainless steel e-cig, especially with a LED glowing end of it makes women look sexy and men – dangerous. But once in awhile, you know you get tired of being chic.You like to do things not seriously, just for fun. I mean, look at that cutie, the Suorin Drop. When I look at it, I want to hold it tightly in my hand like a favorite toy in childhood.
The Suorin Drop feels so nice and soft in hand that you barely even think about it after vaping for some time. As for the overall quality, as I mentioned earlier, the all-in-one atomizer plus mouthpiece plus tank is made from not so gorgeous plastic. Even though it doesn’t leak and the total shape of a teardrop looks trendy and cool. The Suorin Drop is super-portable and easy to charge on the go. To start vaping, you just need to take a draw, no button-pressing or anything, which is extremely easy.
How it Compares
The Suorin Drop is simple as can be, meanwhile vaping it was different from most of the same level vape pods. Comparing with E-Cigs (even the latest version Magnum Snaps from E-Puffer) as with another kind of air-switch device, the Suorin Drop produces much more vapor with more intense flavor.
Another super-portable all-in-one Suorin device, the Suorin Air also has a peculiar shape, but with a LED glowing and stainless steel finish. The Suorin Air also has an effortless draw, and it seemed a little more powerful than the Suorin Drop. It didn’t have that false draw issues that the Suorin Drop had.
- Quick charge
- Unusual appearance
- Effortless draw
- Good vapor amount and flavor
- Double tank for e-liquids to mix and match
- A wobbly top part
- The small e-juice capacity
- False draws
All in All
Overall, I personally liked the Suorin Drop. It’s the cutest vape pod I’ve ever seen, and they got me on my emotional factor. Despite the continuous e-juice refilling that any Drop owner will encounter, the device is worth a try. The vapor production and flavor is satisfying. The build is nice and tight. Fast charging is also a plus.
That’s why I give the Suorin Drop an 8/10.
Vape Rating: 84/100 by Vaping Daily