This week, I’m going to be reviewing the Mi One AIO Kit by Smoking Vapor. I got the “dragon skin” version, as you can see on the left.
I received my Mi One from Vapor Beast at a discount. They’re currently selling them for around $40.
Like the vape itself, I’m going to keep this review short. Heh. And, yes, that’s probably the first thing you’ll notice about this particular mod: It’s VERY small.
Let’s take a look at its specs…
This mod is around two inches tall and a little over one inch wide. It’s TINY.
It’s an AIO (All in One) device, so the tank is inside the mod. Said tank holds 3.5mL of juice.
It has a top-fill design and top airflow. The top is “childproof,” so you have to push down and then twist to open it up to pour in your juice.
It has a 1100mAh battery inside. It lights up green when the battery is full, yellow when it’s down about halfway, and red when it’s time to recharge.
Well, this little mod certainly LOOKS nice. It’s pretty adorable. And everyone I showed it to gasped and said “THAT’S a vape mod?!” which was pretty funny.
The “dragon skin” design is lovely. When you hold it under a light source and turn it around in your hand, you’ll be genuinely “wow’d” by its overall “look.” They did a great job.
It also produces a decent amount of vapor for such a small mod. And the flavor isn’t too shabby. Not the best, mind you, but I’ve definitely had worse.
The battery life lasts a good long time as well, which is always a plus.
And for those of you who are into “stealth” vapes, it doesn’t get much stealthier than this. It’s teeny-tiny (easily concealed in the palm of your hand), and it’s not very loud when firing. It’s also very lightweight.
As longtime readers know, I’m not a fan of AIO mods. They’re hard to clean. And this mod is no different.
But my MAIN problem with the Mi One is that I burned out my first coil before I’d even finished my first tank! That’s right: The coil couldn’t even last through ONE TANK of juice before it got blackened and gunky. Bleh!!
I also found the design a little awkward to actually vape with. The firing button is on the top (next to the drip tip), and I was never really sure how to hold it comfortably and vape at the same time. I was constantly fidgeting with it trying to figure out how to hold it properly.
Beautiful as it is, I would pass on this one. Especially at $40! If it were, say, $15, then I would suggest it as a novelty gift.
It’s a nice piece to have in your collection just to LOOK at, but it’s a pain to actually vape with. I considered putting a chain through it and wearing it as a fashion piece/necklace, but I dunno… haha. Even though it’s super small, it might be a little TOO big for that particular idea.
For now, it’s just sitting among my other vapes, looking pretty. And that’s where it will remain.
Until next time,
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