Our Review On The Mig Vapor Neo Mod kit

Mig Vapor Neo Mod kit

I’m a really big fan of box mods that come with powerful internal batteries. I was really fond of my Tesla Two until I replaced it with the iPower from Eleaf, and today I have a brand new device that falls in the same category, except for the fact that it comes with its own sub-ohm tank inside the box and the experience it delivers is simply breathtaking. And not only is the Mig Vapor Neo kit a powerful and cool looking device, but also extremely easy to use as you don’t need to adjust the wattage or voltage, and it automatically adjusts the output depending on the type of coil you’re using.

Mig Vapor Neo box contents The Mig Vapor Neo Mod kit comes packed in a lovely, two compartment style, white and green box and inside you will find the mod itself on the bottom as well as a sub ohm tank fitted with a 0.4 Ohm Kanthal coil, a spare set of seals (matching the color of the mod), a micro-USB charging cable, a spare 0.2 Ohm coil (for that satisfying low resistance vape), and a small user manual. This device is available in two different colors (green and purple) and I have to say I really like fading honeycomb design.

It has a reasonable amount of weight to it, but at the same time it feels very natural in the hand and because it only has one button you won’t need to fiddle with various settings and menus. Another thing I like is the coating, which is some sort of rubberized paint with a velvety texture that has a very nice grip to it. It comes with a spring loaded 510 connector at the top, the fire button on the main side and a micro-USB charge slot on the base, however it doesn’t have any pass-through features.

The button is round and very responsive, with a great tactile feedback and it also acts as an indicator for the remaining battery and for when you’re turning the device on or off. The Mig Vapor Neo is powered by an internal LiPo battery rated at 4500mAh, and this should last around two days if you’re using it with the 0.4 Ohm coil. It takes a few hours to fully recharge this bad boy, so make sure to plug it in when the battery is almost depleted.

The tank that comes inside the box resembles is a great match for the powerful mod and it has a total capacity of 4ml of e-liquid. It’s made from stainless steel and Pyrex glass, features a top filling mechanism and has adjustable airflow at the top (drip tip) and base. It can be used with two types of coils (the 0.2 Ohm version – which the mod automatically detects and enters temperature control mode – and the 0.4 Ohm version), however my personal favorites were the 0.4 Ohm ones. Mig Vapor Neo Mod kits purple and green

In terms of performance and experience, I have to say the Mig Vapor Neo does an excellent job at producing massive and flavorsome clouds. It came at around 60% charged and I was able to vape from it the entire day without having to plug in the charger. The 4500mAh battery is simply stellar and I love the fact that you don’t have to carry additional 18650s with you all day long. I didn’t get any dry hits from the tank even when chain vaping (I used a maximum of 70/30 VPG juice) and it automatically adjust the output wattage depending on the coil. You can also use this box mod with your drippers, RTAs or other 22mm tanks and it won’t disappoint. A great and well build kit that’s aimed at both beginners and intermediate vapers looking for a simple yet powerful device that totally chucks clouds.