Suorin Drop review - Another great ultra portable pod system vape

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Suorin Drop

After their initial success, Suorin came back with a new product and this one is even better than the Air. The Suorin Drop has is shaped like an oversized guitar pick and feels extremely natural in the hand. It's perfect for nicotine salts e-liquids and does an incredible job at keeping you satisfied. It quickly became one of our favorite pod systems and it's one of the best on the go vapes we tried.

9 Ecigguides Editors' Rating
PROS:

Great build quality

Smooth vapor

Good battery life

CONS:

No on/off switch

Come with only one pod

What you get with this tiny vape

The Suorin Drop comes packed in a beautiful magnetic top presentation box. Inside you will find the device itself, a white micro-USB cable, and the user manual. The Drop is available in a multitude of colors, some with rubberized textures, and others with a shiny finish. Black and Gunmetal are the fingerprint magnets while the Yellow, Green and Blue Drop have a better grip.

Suorin Air Box contents

The design

The device measures 73mm x 49mm x 12mm and weighs around 25 grams. It's super slim and fits perfectly in the palm of your hand. The rubberized finish has plenty of grip and feels premium. We really like the positioning of the mouthpiece and the draw is not as tight as on other pod vapes.

The body is made from Zinc alloy, and the button you see on the device is actually the company logo. This tiny vaporizer doesn't have an on/off switch like its predecessor. This is one of the only cons we could find. It's powered by an internal 300mAh battery, which lasts anywhere between 3h and a full day. It mostly depends on your style of vaping and the type of e-liquid used. We recommend nicotine salts since these are highly concentrated and you only need a couple of puffs once every half hour.

Suorin Air Device

The pods

The Suorin Drop pods have a capacity of 2.0ml of e-liquid and have two rubber caps on the bottom you need to unplug when refilling. It's super important you keep both these slots open during the process so that e-juice can travel freely on both sides. After that just close them off and slide your pod inside the vaporizer. Try to keep it upright for 10 minutes and then you're ready to vape. Two LED lights placed under the pod will tell you when it's time to recharge the battery.

Suorin Air Mouthpiece and charger port

Performance

For a slim pod vaporizer the Suorin Drop makes a very good impression. It's well built, has an ergonomic shape and it's super fun to use. It's intended for mouth to lung use, but you can even direct lung it if you want to. Pods last well over 5 refills and the draw is really nice. The two cons we found are not having an on/off switch and that it only comes with one cartridge out of the box.

How it compares to the Suorin Air

We did a review on the Suorin Air a few months ago and we had some minor complaints. With the Suorin Drop all those problems were fixed and the overall experience has been improved. You no longer have to draw from a corner of the mouthpiece and the vapor is a lot smoother. It's also a bit heavier than the initial model but perfectly balanced and a pleasure to use on a daily basis.

Rating of the Suorin Drop

9 Overall score
90 Score
Price 90
80 Score
Battery Life 80
100 Score
Aestetics 100
90 Score
Ease of Use 90
90 Score
Build quality 90

Posted by Sam Wagner

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My name is Sam and I’m an avid blogger and social media specialist. My two great passions are motorcycles and vaping. I love writing about my experiences and I’m usually the one testing all mods and vaporizers we receive. You will always find me fiddling with tank atomizers, building my own coils or steeping various e-liquid recipes.

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