Suorin is one of the recent players to join the low output vaporizers game. We’ve tested their initial product back in November and since then the company has released two more ecigs. These pod systems are all becoming very popular very fast so we decided to put them side by side and compare their specs and performance. But who will win the Suorin Air VS Suorin Drop VS Suorin iShare duel? As always, it all comes down to personal preference
The Suorin Air
The Suorin Air was the first product we tested from this Chinese company. It’s a rectangular shaped pod vape that’s similar in size to a credit card. It can easily fit inside any pocket or wallet and it’s powered by a built-in 400mAh battery. Has a nice LED notification light and a power on/off button to prevent any accidental activation.
The Suorin Air works with a refillable 2.0ml pod, which you can re-use up to 7 – 8 times before the coil goes bad. Battery will recharge in less than 45 minutes and paired with nicotine salts e-liquids it’s a really good vape.
However, we did find two cons with this device. First the placement of the mouthpiece right in the corner of the pod makes vaping on it feel rather weird. Second is that it doesn’t always activate on inhale and the pod sometimes needs to be removed and re-inserted to make good contact.
The Suorin Drop
The Suorin Drop is the second vaporizer released by the company and this is a big improvement over the initial model. It’s a bit heavier and the design tries to replicate a symmetrical drop. This vaporizer however feels more natural in the hand and the mouthpiece is placed on the middle. It doesn’t have an on/off switch and the internal battery is rated at 310mAh.
The Sourin Drop pod has a capacity of 2.0ml and the coil has a resistance of between 1.3 - 1.4 Ohms. This allows for a much smoother vaping experience and better flavor. It has two fill ports and you will need to pour e-liquid in both chambers to prevent part of the cotton from getting burnt. This pod vaporizer activates automatically on draw and has two notification lights that show charge status. The only con we found with this device is that the sensor sometimes fails to activate and you take dummy puffs.
The Suorin iShare
The Suorin iShare on the other hand is very different from the Air and the Drop. It’s a starter kit that comes with a portable charging case and two tiny vaporizers. It’s perfect for couples or for sharing with your friends. The two super slim ecigs slide inside case and snap into place with magnetic connectors. Each of these has a built in 130mAh battery and the case battery is rated for 1400mAh. This means you can fully recharge both of them for up to 5 times.
Suorin iShare pods have a capacity of 0.9ml and the coil has a resistance of 2.0 Ohms. They deliver a pretty smooth hit, however the vapor production and flavor are not as good as on the first two models. It’s also the most expensive model out of the three. They are incredibly light and easy to use. Refilling is also not that complicated and it’s a device which works great with concentrated nicotine salts e-liquids.
Which Suorin vaporizer should you buy?
If you’re looking for a great pocket sized pod vape then we recommend the Suorin Drop. The draw is tight and smooth, mouthpiece is placed naturally and the colors are beautiful with a nice grippy finish. The Suorin Air is also great in the same category and it has a convenient on off switch. Mouthpiece placement, build quality and finish are not as good though.
If you want to share the vape with your partner or with friends and you're looking for something lightweight that charges on the go then the Suorin iShare is the perfect choice. It only offers good results with nicotine salts e-liquids with a concentration of 45 – 50mg.