Neo and Morpheus are the two most powerful vape mods. They are presented by Mig Vapor which is one of the most trusted names in the industry. The Neo Vape Mod is a sub-ohm vaping tool to aid vapers in getting the smoothest and cleanest hits out of their unit possible. A purchase of this mod comes with ample perks. The kit contains the actual mod itself, a USB charger, top and bottom Neo fill tanks, colored seals to match the unit, a 0.4 ohm coil, a 0.2 ohm coil, a gift box, and an owners manual.
Available in black and purple or black and green, the Neo comes in a simple yet stylish box mod design. Its tank can be filled from the top as well as the bottom, so users do not have to detach the tank from the mod to refill it. The tank has a capacity of 4 ml that can last a whole day of vaping. There are no buttons or screens to fuss with, plus managing airflow is a matter of rotating a ring at the bottom of the tank. So, from refilling to using the mod, the entire process is ridiculously simple and straightforward, and even a sub-ohm vaping first timer can use the mod without even reading the user manual.
Both color schemes give the mod an elegant look, and the ergonomic design makes it very easy to hold. The smooth, soft silica coating on the mod is amazing, offering a comfortable and reliable grip.
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Design of Mig Vapor Neo Vape Mod
The wide bore tip of the mod ensures ideal heat dissipation and the aluminum body is both light and sturdy. Since it comes with a built-in battery, there is no need to buy a new battery and go through the tedious process of charging a removable battery. Neo can be charged by using any USB cable, which is an added convenience. But the mod does not feature the pass-through capability that allows you to vape and charge at the same time.
Neo is designed for hassle-free sub-ohm vaping for people who have no idea of how to properly customize the wattage settings for big, flavorful plumes of vapor. Just use the coil of your choice, and start vaping. It is ideal for new and intermediate vapors, or those who are on the go and are too busy to keep fidgeting with too many settings. Although the absence of LED and wattage control might seem annoying, but it is a fact that many people really do not use these features and almost always vape at one setting they like. Mig Vapor has made their life easy, by enabling the optimal settings for the best vaping experience.
Mig Vapor Neo Vape Mod: Customizable Airflow and Battery Life
Adjusting the airflow is extremely simple, and makes the user’s vaping experience unique and individual. Unfortunately, that is the only customization the mod offers. There is no way to adjust wattage, which can be annoying especially for advanced vapers who want to improve their vaporizer. This mod is a sub-ohm vape, which means that it provides the vaper with a low-resistance vaping experience.
For beginners, the biggest stigma attached to sub-ohming is the immense amount of heat produced by the batteries, which can be hazardous. With the Neo, however, the temperature safety feature prevents overheating by shutting off the device as soon as the temperature exceeds 170F. Another notable feature of the mod is its powerful 4500mAh battery, which has two 18650 cell batteries inside it.
The Mig Vapor Neo Vape Mod will produce amazing thick and tasty clouds for vapers that enjoy this aspect of the hobby. It is a perfect mod for vapers who want to practice cool tricks such as blowing O’s and making vapor tornados.
When it comes to performance, it is hard to find a fault in the Mig Vapor Neo. It is a smart 100-watt powerhouse set-up, which runs on the 4500mAh of the battery and automatically adjusts to the sub-ohm coil you use. The kit comes with two coils: one is 0.2ohm Ni200 and the other is 0.4ohm Kanthal. The coils are wrapped in organic cotton, for powerful yet safe vaping.
Similar Mods on the Market
Halo Reactor Mega Box Mod
The Reactor Mega Mod has a slightly more powerful battery than the Mig Vapor, but it comes at a steeper price because of this. It holds one more milliliter of E-liquid, but it only has a 0.15 ohm coil head, unlike the Mig which gives its’ users options. Its’ user manual is also said to be a bit confusing, unlike the Mig which is perfect for both beginners and experienced vapers.
Vapor2 Trinity is good for both sub-ohm and regular ohm vaping. It has a similar graspable exterior as the Mig Vapor which makes it easy to hold, but it only reaches a wattage of 40 and its battery is weaker. It also runs for a more expensive retail price unless it is on sale.
Mig Vapor Neo Specifications
|Mig Vapor Neo|
|Dimensions:||22mm x 47mm x 78mm|
|Max Output Power:||100W|
|Max Output Voltage:||4.2V|
|Max Output Current:||40A|
|Resistance Range:||0.1Ω – 3.5Ω|
|Tank Capacity :||4 ml|
Pros & Cons
- Durable yet lightweight aluminum build, with the silica coating.
- Outsized 4ml tank with good sized airflow control holes.
- The 4500mAh battery can last for up to three days of serious vaping.
- Extreme ease of use makes it an ideal device for beginners.
- Sub-ohm vaping without any fuss or worries of device overheating.
- No pass-through charging capability
- Users must use a custom battery instead of cheap, commonly available 18650 batteries
Final Words About Mig Vapor Neo Vape Mod
Considering the design and features of the Neo Sub-Ohm Vape Mod, plus the accessories it comes with, this is an excellent first mod for anyone who wants to enjoy sub-ohming but does not want the hassle of many buttons or variable settings. Also, the vapor quality and quantity is so amazing that it is really hard to moan about the lack of wattage customization. This mod is ideal for beginners as well as those who love fishing, camping and hunting, mainly because of the long battery, hassle-free operation, and instant, amazing vapor production.
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3 comments on “Mig Vapor Neo Vape Mod Review – A Godsend for Vapers New to Sub-Ohming”
Susan ReuterJuly 10, 2018 at 1:09 pm
How can I get in touch with someone from MIG Vapor to exhibit at a show in Chicago?
JamesJune 1, 2018 at 6:37 am
About a week depending on how used they are
KerriMay 11, 2018 at 6:01 pm
How long do the coils last?