The Most Popular Squonk Vaping Devices
The Most Popular Squonk Vaping Devices
You may or may not have heard, but squonk vaping is making a comeback. If you're not big on carrying bottles of e-liquid along with your vape for constant tank top-ups, a squonk mod may be a good fit. To help you see your options, check out some of the devices we offer.
Before we delve into the most popular devices I would like to point out that there are many squonk set ups out there and many soon to be released ones. The upcoming devices show great promise but due to the fact they have not been released we cannot include them. If you are looking for something to buy in the near future I recommend the Fuchai 213 Squonk Kit, Geek Vape Athena Squonk Kit, and the iJoy Capo Squonk 100W Box Mod.
Kanger Dripbox Starter Kit
I love KangerTech starter kits, because they make it so easy to try out a new device, and the Kanger Dripbox Starter Kit is no exception. Featuring a seven-milliliter squonk bottle (effectively the tank replacement), this vape takes the hard work out of vaping, as the juice is drawn up into the RDA and the wick is wet with a simple squeeze, or 'squonk,' on the bottle. The SubDrip RDA includes adjustable airflow, 13mm air intakes, and interchangeable chuff cap. With pre-built 0.2 ohm coils, Kanger makes getting into squonking easy, even if you're not one who would usually build for an RDA deck. A semi-regulated mechanical operation caps output at 60 watts, while otherwise delivering as much power as your battery is capable. The Dripbox runs on a single 18650 battery, and you'll never miss a minute of vaping with the on-board micro-USB charging capability.
Eleaf iStick Pico Squeeze Starter Kit
This compact mod is the combination of a six and a half milliliter e-liquid tank and the Coral Squonk RDA giving vapers a perfectly paired replaceable and rebuildable device. Ease of access is prominent in the design of this device, it features an oversized button above the squonk cutout for simple one-handed operation. A direct output voltage system similar to the Dripbox delivers a maximum of 50W, dependent on atomizer resistance and battery, and the mod is capable of handling coils with a resistance range of 0.15 to 3.5 ohms. The Coral Squonk RDA has specific feeding holes to ensure the best and most efficient liquid entry, a 22 millimeter diameter, dual adjustable airflow, 10 millimeter drip tip bore, and a gold-plated 510 squonk connection. Keep in mind that this RDA will need to be built by the end user, though high walls on the drip well and the user-friendly Velocity design mean assembling a satisfying, leak-free build should be a breeze, even for new builders.
Council of Vapor Wraith 80W Squonker Box Mod
There are so many features packed into this box mod from Council of Vapor. With a five-milliliter juice reservoir, this mod is driven by a single 18650 battery, which sits in a compartment with a locking door on the base of the device, and reaches a maximum output of 80 watts - unlike the other devices we've discussed so far the Wraith has a fully-adjustable chipset onboard to dial in a specific power setting. The device is built to fit in the palm of your hand, and is split into two compartments, the battery, and the refillable squonk bottle. The ease of access and user friendliness continues with temperature control regulation features and onboard support for Ni200 Nickel and Titanium heating elements. The included squonker atomizer from Council of Vapor perfectly pairs with the kit, playing off the adjustable airflow control ring, two-post build deck, turbine curved drip tip, and hollow center pin.
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