Snow Wolf Mini Review

My name is Kara, and I’m a vaper. I switched from hookah to vaping a few years back and have used both mechanical and digital mods for my tanks. The last mod I used required one rechargeable battery. I vape at a low wattage (35W to 40W) but I kept getting dry or burned hits. I tried a new atomizer, a new tank, and a new battery set and nothing helped.

My good friend Lauren at Lauren Vapes sent me a Snow Wolf Mini to try and see if it helped at all. I decided to review it. Here we go!

The Specs

This is a nice pocket-sized travel vape mod. It measures 68.5mm by 43mm by 24mm and weighs .170 kg. It fits in my change pocket on my jeans and isn’t so heavy that it  pulls my pants down.

The ion-lithium rechargeable battery has a 3000 mah capacity with a mini USB port, which has a fairly common cord so I found that very convenient.

It’s got a wattage output range of 5-80W and a voltage output range of .5-7.5V.  Its hit is consistent and the battery life is more than enough to get me through several days of off-and-on vaping.

It sports an on/off switch to keep it from turning on when you don’t want it to (like in your pocket, or in your bag) and an easy-to-read led screen. Its got a simple button layout of power and plus/minus makes menu navigation and usage easy. I only have the mod — not the kit and user manual it would usually come with — and even without it I was able to figure out how to adjust all the settings and set the DIY profiles.

The Snow Wolf Mini comes in a few different colors: matte black, glossy black, silver, and gold. All of the different colors have the smooth black glass back and front.

I’m using it with a tank that holds 3.0 ml of liquid with a .6 ohm 20-50 W atomizer. The tank I use is not one that comes with the mod but it is a standard-sized tank and it sits comfortably and securely on the mod. It’s nice that if you have a sub ohm tank you like you can use it on this mod with no problems. Continue reading “Snow Wolf Mini Review”