Vaporesso’s Revenger Kitwas a phenomenal success. It undoubtedly propelled the brand to new heights. Capitalizing on this winning design, the company subsequently launched the reiteratedRevenger X Kitearlier this year, which showcased design improvements such as responsive touch buttons and the inclusion of an 8-tier vibration setting.
The team has since revisited this vape combo for a third time. The newly launched Revenger Mini Kit is a funkier and more compact version of its predecessors. Here is a look at how it compares to the others in the line…
So let’s talk about specs. When comparing them straight out of the box, the Revenger Mini is 6 mm shorter and 5 mm narrower than the former model. It now offers an 85-watt maximum where it accommodated a whopping 220 watts previously. This is due to the built-in 2500 mAh lithium ion battery that replaces the dual,18650external cells used by the Revenger X.
However, Vaporesso has retained the earlier mod’s functionality by including the reliable OMNI board 2.2 chipset, which offers identical voltage outputs and native support foratomizerresistances of up to 5 ohms. What this means in theory is that while the mod has less power overall, it is still able to deliver an equally varied vaping experience when compared to that delivered by its bigger brother.
The kit now also includes a mini replica of Vaporesso’s newest atomizer design, the NRG SE tank. The NRG SE Mini is simply a shorter and lighter version of the original and is available in either a 3.5 mL or 2 mL capacity. However, what makes this atomizer particularly noteworthy is the new GT core coil system that is specifically designed to work within Vaporesso’s pre-set vaping modes: High, Normal and Soft. This advanced coil family includes five varieties optimized for intense flavor outputs at mid to high power levels.
All of the Revenger’s top features crammed into a smaller kit setup!
The design team has had a little more fun with this model, including a patterned lighting panel on one side of the mod that provides extra visual appeal. As a decorative rather than functional design component, this funky feature’s appeal is largely subjective and is neither “better” nor “worse” in reality. I for one am not a huge fan of this rather childish element, and would imagine that I am not alone in this.
All things considered, the Revenger Mini is primarily a more portable version of the Revenger X, and will suit users who prefer vaping in the mid-power range. And if you are one of the many vapers who initially considered the Revenger X but were secretly holding out for a more compact equivalent, it appears that your wish has just been granted!