Best Vape Mods & Box Mods of 2015

Best Box Mod - 2015

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]he hottest new thing in the vape market is box mods (also known as vape mods). Currently all e-cigarette companies are in the process of releasing one, if not multiple, vape box mods. Even companies that never manufactured vape mods in the past, like Aspire and Kanger, are getting in on the action with the Kanger Kbox Mod and the Aspire ESP mod.

Temperature control box mods all also very “hot” right now. However, this list only covers non-temp control mods. If your in the market for a temp control mod we have a separate Best Temperature Control Mods list you can check out.

The reason we created this “best of” lists is because there are so many different box vape mods on the market shopping for one can be a bit overwhelming. I hope this list of the best vape mods and box mods for 2015 will help cut through the clutter and help you find a great box mod.

I also want to point out that there are a ton of great vape mods on the market, just because a mod is not listed on this page does not mean it’s not a great mod.

What is a Box Mod?

In the world of vaping a box mod is pretty much any device that is not in the shape of a tube. Many box mods are shaped like a box, but now vape mods come in a variety of different shapes. Some very popular mods like the ZEN ZNA look nothing like a box. Confusing, right?

Most box mods are regulated devices with variable wattage or voltage power outputs, but you can also purchase mechanical box mods. For the purpose of this list we will only be talking about regulated or digital box mods.

Regulated device on the market are now predominantly variable wattage, meaning you can adjust the power output in watts. Smaller or cheaper vape mods may only reach an output of 15 to 20 watts, while other, more expensive, mods can output 150 watts or more!

A 150 Watt Vape Mod?

That’s right, vape mods can now output 150 or even 260 watts of power. The majority of vapers will never need this much power, so it’s really just for show. For an average vaper, a 30 watt vape mod will have more than enough power.

Since more power usually means more money, I will divide this best vape mod list up into four categories.

  • Beginner – 20 watt mods
  • Intermediate – 30 watt mods
  • Advanced – 50 watt mods
  • Expert – 150 watt plus mods.

I hope this will help make your search for the best box mod even easier.

Best Vape Mod List:

Best Beginner Box Mod (20 Watt)

Eleaf iStick 20

Eleaf iStick 20 Vape ModThe first box mod on the list is the original 20 watt Eleaf iStick. This mod started the mini box mod craze resulting in every manufacturer releasing their own compact box mod. Because the Eleaf iStick was an affordable, good looking, box mod, everyone wanted one.

The Eleaf iStick 20w is still a great device for people new to vape mods who don’t require a lot of power or the ability to sub-ohm. If you combine the iStick with an Aspire Nautilus mini, you have a new age e-cigarette starter kit. However, now it may be better to consider spending an extra 5 bucks to get the upgraded iStick 30w listed in the intermediate section.

  • Price: $29.99 – $34.99
  • Wattage Output: 2 – 20 watts
  • Voltage Output: 3.0 – 5.5 volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 1.0 – 3.0ohms
  • Battery: Built in 2200mah
  • Size: 3″ x 1-5/16″ x 13/16″

Buy here for $29.99   OR   See other iStick 20 Deals

iTaste MVP 20w

The iTaste MVP 20w by Innokin is box mod and a portable power bank in one, making it an extremely useful device. Its internal 2600mah battery powersiTaste MVP 20w Mod the device and can also be used to charge other electronic devices via a USB output port.

The MVP series of vape mods by Innokin are known to be durable and useful e-cigarettes. The iTaste MVP 20w is a variable voltage and variable wattage device. You can adjust the output power from 6.0 to 20.0 watts or 3.0 to 7.5 volts. The MVP 20w also has features such a 32-bit ARM microprocessor and VDC power output to provide users with a smooth and consistent vape.

For under $40 the iTaste MVP 20w is a great box mod and would be a perfect choice for any vaper.

  • Price: $29.99 – $39.99
  • Wattage Output: 6.0 – 20.0 Watts in 0.5 watt increments
  • Voltage Output: 3.3 – 7.5 volts in 0.1 volt increments
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 1.0ohm+
  • Battery: 2600mah
  • Size: 4.21″L x 1.61″W x 0.86″D

 Buy here for $29.95  OR  See other iTaste MVP 20w Deals

Joyetech eGrip

Joyetech eGrip Box ModThe Joyetech eGrip is a unique device because it’s one of the first all-in-one vape mods. Instead of buying a separate atomizer to go with your box mod, the eGrip has a built in tank atomizer with replaceable coils.

The built-in tank can hold up to 3.6ml’s of e-juice. To refill it simply pop open a flap on the side of the mod to reveal the fill hole. You can even adjust the airflow on the eGrip by twisting a small screw on the side of the device.

The eGrip has a built in 1500mah battery which will last a decent amount of time when powering the included 1.5ohm replacement coil heads. Surprisingly for being an all-in-one device the Joytech egrip is quite small. This is a great box mod for a beginning vaper or for a more advanced vaper to use as a travel or back up mod.

  • Price: $59.99 – $69.99
  • Wattage Output: Up to 20 watts
  • Voltage Output: Up to 5.5 volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 1.5ohm Coils
  • Battery: 1500mah
  • Size: 3″ x 1-3/4″ x 15/16″

Buy here for $48.95  OR  See other eGrip Deals

Best Intermediate Box Mod (30 Watt)

Eleaf iStick 30

Eleaf iStick 30 ModThe Eleaf iStick 30 is an upgraded version of the original iStick mod with increased power output and the ability to fire sub-ohm atomizers. The look of the iStick 30 is almost identical to the first version. The exception is a lip that extends over the edge, this is so 22mm wide atomizers won’t stick over the edge.

The improvements over the original iStick make the new iStick 30 a perfect box mod for the majority of vapers. Now you can find atomizers as low as 0.4ohms with an adjustable output power from 5 to 30 watts. The best part is that the price isn’t much more than the original. It’s definitely worth it.

  • Price: About $34.99 to $39.99
  • Wattage Output: 5.0 to 30.0 Watts
  • Voltage Output: 2.0 to 8.0 Volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.4ohm Plus
  • Battery: 2200mah
  • Size: 3-1/8″ x 1-5/16″ x 13/16″

Buy here for $44.99  OR  See other iStick 30 Deals

iTaste MVP 3.0

iTaste MVP 3.0The iTaste MVP 3.0 is the latest box mod in Innokin’s MVP series. When compared to the MVP 20w, version 3.0 can output up to 30 watts and fire atomizers down to 0.4ohms. It also has a larger 3800mah internal battery that can be used to charge other electronics.

The main downside the iTaste MVP 3.0 is its size. The mod measures 4’’ tall, 1-3/4’’ wide and 7/8’’ deep, making it a bit too large for some people to hold comfortably. I personally feel that it’s too big, but I tend to prefer smaller, more compact, vape mods.

If you want a huge internal battery and don’t mind the size, go with the MVP 3.0. If a large box mod is a problem for you, go with something else.

  • Price: $59.99 – $69.99
  • Wattage Output: 6.0 – 30.0 Watts in .5 watts increments
  • Voltage Output: 3.0 – 9.0 volts in .1 volt increments
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.4 to 2.5ohm
  • Battery: 3800mah
  • Size: 4″ x 1-3/4″ x 7/8″

Buy here for $63.49  OR  See other iTaste MVP 3 Deals

Sigelei Mini 30w

Sigelei Mini 30 Box ModI’ve had my Sigelei Mini 30w for about a month now, and I’ve been using it nonstop. It’s a great little box mod and comes with a cool rubber case that softens the somewhat sharp edges of this very boxy box mod. I really like the battery cover on the Sigelei Mini 30w. It’s positioned on the side of the mod and held in place with a few small magnets. Unlike most other box mods, with back battery covers that can shift while you grip the device, the Sigelei Mini 30’s cover never shifts and is super easy to remove and replace.

The Sigelei Mini 30 can even be operated in a DC-DC. This makes it act more like a mechanical mod and can fire atomizers even lower than 0.3ohms. Overall the Sigelei Mini 30w is a great mini box mod. I just wish the corners were more rounded and it was a bit smaller.

  • Price: $36.99 – $44.99
  • Wattage Output: 5 – 30 watts (in 0.1 watt increments)
  • Voltage Output: Up to 8.5 volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.3ohms and up
  • Battery: 18650
  • Size: 3-1/2″ x 1-3/8″ x 7/8″

Buy here for $54.99  OR  See other Sigelei Mini 30 Deals

Best Advanced Box Mod (50 Watt)

Eleaf iStick 50

iStick 50 Box ModThe Eleaf iStick 50 is currently the most powerful and largest device in the iStick series. As I write this, it’s the most sought after box mod. Many vendors are sold out, and users seem to really enjoy the device.

Even though the Eleaf iStick 50 is the largest of the iStick mods, it’s still a fairly compact device, and the rounded corners make it very comfortable to grip and fire. The LED screen is positioned front and center, with two adjustment buttons located right above so you can easily adjust the output power.

The power source on the iStick 50 is a large built in Li-Ion battery with a very generous 4400mah capacity. If you vape above 1.0ohms, this battery will easily last you all day. Sub-Ohm vapers will like the iStick 50’s ability to fire all the way down to 0.2ohms.

I really don’t have anything negative to say about the Eleaf iStick 50; it has everything you need at a great price point.

  • Price: $49.99 – $54.99
  • Wattage Output: 5 to 50 watts (in 0.1 watt increments)
  • Voltage Output: 2 to 10 volts (in 0.1 volt increments)
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.2ohm and up
  • Battery: Built-in 4400mah battery
  • Size: 3-1/4″ x 1-3/4″ x 7/8″

Buy here for $54.99  OR  See other iStick 50 Deals

IPV Mini 2

IPV Mini 2The IPV Mini 2 is an upgraded version of the IPV MIni mod by Pionerr4you. The original IPV Mini is a great box mod but it only outputs up to 30 watts of power. The only reason I didn’t list it in the “30 Watt” category is because I was going to list the IPV Mini 2 here.

The IPV Mini 2 utilizes a Yihi SX330V2C chip set making it quite a bit more powerful than the original. Its capable of outputting between 5 to 70 watts or power making it the most powerful mod in the “Advanced – 50 watt” category. It has a floating 510 center pin and can fire atomizers as low as 0.2ohms and as high as 3.0ohms.

Just don’t let the “Mini” in its title fool you, its one of the largest Mini box mods but it’s also the most powerful. If you like a lot of power but find the dual-18650 vape mods too big the IPV MIni 2 would be a great choice.

  • Price: Around $64.99 – $74.99
  • Wattage Output: 5 to 70 watts (in 0.1 watt increments)
  • Voltage Output: 3.6 to 8.5 volts (in 0.1 volt increments)
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.2ohm- 3.0ohm
  • Battery: 18650 battery
  • Size: 3-3/4″L x 1-9/16″W x 7/8″

Buy here for $69.99  OR  See other IPV Mini 2 Deals

Full IPV Mini Review – This is the first version

IPV2, IPV2s, & IPV2x

IPV2, IPV2s, & IPV2x box modThe IPV2 is another exceptionally popular box mod made by Pioneer4you; they now offer a few upgraded models, including the IPV2s and IPV2x. Here are the main differences between the three versions:

  • IPV2 – Original 50 Watt box mod
  • IPV2x – 50 or 60 watt box mod with profile memory
  • IPV2s – 60 Watt box mod that can be upgraded to 70 watts, Tactile buttons

You may simply want to base your decision on which one to get by the price. If you need more power than 50 watts, you may just want to purchase the IPV3, which can output up to 150 watts of power.

The IPV2 requires an 18650 battery for power and uses a SX330 chip-set. One unique feature of the IPV2 is that it has two firing switches, the usual button and a touch sensor firing switch that senses when your finger is touching it.

  • Price: $89.99-$99.99
  • Wattage Output: 7 – 50 watts (or 60/70 depending on version)
  • Voltage Output: 3.6 – 8.5 volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.2ohms and up
  • Battery: 18650
  • Size: 4″L x 2″W x 7/8″

See the Latest IPV2x Deals

Best Expert Box Mod (150 Watt)

Sigelei 150w

Sigelei 150w Box ModIf you’re looking for a lot of power but don’t want to break the bank, the Sigelei 150w mod is an excellent option. This box mod can output between 10 and 150 watts of pure vaping power for as little as 100 bucks. It requires two high discharge 18650 batteries and uses a YiHI chipset.

The Sigelei 150w mod is constructed with an aluminum body and can fire atomizers as low as 0.1ohms. The firing switch is nice and large, making it quite comfortable to fire. A back panel held in place by magnets eliminates the need for a screwdriver to change out the batteries.

An “ONI” edition of the Sigelei 150 watt mod that looks pretty cool was just released; you may want to check it out.

  • Price: $99.99 – $119.99
  • Wattage Output: 10 to 150 watts
  • Voltage Output: 7.4 – 8.2 ??
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.1ohm and up
  • Battery: Dual-18650
  • Size: 4.05’’ x 0.9’’ x 2.32’’

 Buy here for $94.99  OR  See other Sigelei 150 Deals

Buy the 150w “ONI” Edition here for $99.99


IPV3 ModThe IPV3 is a viable option if you need a lot of power; it’s capable of up to 150 watts right out of the box, however it can also be upgraded to 180 watts. The device is made from aluminum and requires two 18650 batteries with a continuous discharge rate of 30 amps or more.

The IPV3 uses the latest SX330 V3S module chip and can fire atomizers down to 0.1ohms. Even though the device has a touch sensor firing switch built in to the box, initially, it will not be operational. Functionality may be added with later firmware updates. I believe this is because the switch can’t currently handle the 150 watt output.

All of the IPV2 mods have received great reviews so far, so I expect the IPV3 to be another high quality device.

  • Price: around $119.99-$139.99
  • Wattage Output: 7 to 150 watts (upgradable to 180 watts)
  • Voltage Output: 1 to 7 volts
  • Atomizer Ohm Capability: 0.1ohms and up
  • Battery: Dual-18650
  • Size: 4-1/8″ x 2-1/4″ x 15/16″

Buy for $109.95 here  OR  See other IPV3 Deals

Well that’s it for now, when I find other quality box mods I will add them to this list. If you think a certain box mod should be added to this list feel free to comment below.

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Nathan is the founder of and dedicated to finding the best vape deals online. In 2008 he had his first vape on a DSE-901 e-cigarette and has loved them ever since. He created Vaping Cheap to help current vapers save money and to help smokers make the switch to vaping.

  • Dimitry 03/20/2015

    And the winner is….

    DOVPO GX 200! Best 30 bucks I ever spent on a box.

  • Kyle Christopher 03/20/2015

    You need to add smoktech x pro m80 plus. It’s 80w with temperature control. Can fire nickel coils using temp mode that are intended for evolv rdna boards. At an unbeatable price; retails on most sites for less than 60 including shipping.

      • Max 03/21/2015

        You’re referring to firmware V0004, V0005 has the fix….for the most part 🙂

        • Max 04/28/2015

          They’re now shipping with V0006 firmware

      • Thomas Olson 03/21/2015

        That’s right, te temperature control doesn’t work. Temperature control is another category that should be included in the “Top Box Mods” list.

        • Mark 06/21/2015

          It does if you flash firmware 0006. I did. Works perfectly for me now.

      • Jim Rich 06/22/2015

        TC works. I have one. Firmware V0007 on mine.

    • Kevin Benson 09/15/2015

      They are great if the solder inside hold up. I have had 2 and the solder for the charger broke in the first week just by putting in and out and if it don’t lock up and won’t charge they are great~

    • Kevin Benson 09/18/2015

      After a month the solder broke of for charging and just yesterday it quit totally and when I was talking to the guy at the Vape shop that sold it to me another guy walked in that coincidentally bought his the same day I did and his petered out on him too! 6 weeks and it’s done!

    • JAGw1224 11/04/2015

      Yes i have it with the aspire Atlantis v2 and It is one of the best regulated boxes I’ve ever owned

  • Mark 03/21/2015

    Another great “best of” list….thanks!

    • Buck Brannon 11/21/2015

      I had dmoke m80 .i hsve been thru 3 of them done

  • jeff 03/21/2015

    I have a cloupor mini, also fits the specs of the the others listed and reasonably priced also. Has been a good little box and love the exchangeable 18650 battery option.

    • Max 04/09/2015

      My Cloupor Mini shot is a pos, had a melt down in my hand. Some are fine but they had a bad batch. I’m not sure if it’s been addressed by Cloupor yet.

      • Chris 05/04/2015

        I have the K-Box and Cloupor Mini. They have both been great especially for the sale price of $26 each.

      • Jim Rich 06/22/2015

        Sorry about your meltdown. I guess I was fortunate and got a bug free Mini. No issues on mine.

  • Alexander Wolf 03/21/2015

    The Smok M65 would also he a great addition to the list, it is smaller than an istick 50w but provides 65w of power, and also has mech mode. Also, check the istick50w more carefully. Both it, and the sigelei mini 30w reads the ohms bad..i have tested multiple of these devices and the stock coils of the atlantis subtank and delta2 were all seen as 0.6 ohms instead of their actual 0.5 ohms. As a sidenote, the Smok m65 is indeed very accurate, contrary to the 2 contenders that you wrote for the best of 2015 (which i, personally, own, but highly dislike), but even it has its own flaw, sort of speak. In my experience, it tends to drain the batteries quite fast. But still i prefer faster drain but to have accuracy rather than the other way around. You should write the downside of every of those mods, not just the good parts of them

    • Mike 03/24/2015

      I’m sorry you don’t like your sigelei. I have no problem with mine reading exactly what it is. I have an Atlantis on it right now reading 0.5
      My vtr that I paid alot for is the worst I’ve ever seen! I guess sometimes it’s just the luck of the draw with these kind of products.

    • Max 04/09/2015

      My Sigelei 30w reads 0.5 with the Atlantis.

  • Bob Jordahl 03/21/2015

    no mention of the Sigelei 100 watt or 100 watt plus seems a grievous oversight

  • Michelle Wooten 03/21/2015

    The Sigelei 100w and 100w plus. I have both and they work amazing!!!

  • admin 03/21/2015

    Egrip has also a RBA base, which is a huge advantage.

  • Alexander Ballings 03/21/2015

    From a aesthetic point of view for me are the Yosen Zero clone and the Cloupor ZNA 50 the best with the Hana Modz DNA30 as a good third.

  • Chris Vhfan 03/25/2015

    Remember people , this is only Nathans “best list” based on what Nathan has experienced after testing and evaluating the mods .

    Of course there will be disagreements as everybody will have differing opinions based on THEIR OWN personal experiences with mods they happen to be familiar with.

    Don’t make the mistake of taking Nathans picks as meaning other mods shouldn’t be listed because they are not worthy , many are worthy of being on the list .

    I think Nathan did a great job here and it took quite a bit of time and effort.

  • Jes Gallion 03/30/2015

    Great list Nathan, as always thanks for all that you do for so many of us. And Well said Chris, I was thinking the same exact thing. Everyone has their own opinion, and has their right to it.

  • Rob .W 04/01/2015


  • Daniel 04/02/2015

    The Ipv mini 2 is absolutely my favorite. Small and powerful, 70 watts is as high as I will ever need to go.

  • Dawn 04/09/2015

    I picked up a MVP 30 in February and the thing is already broken. First the threads began to loosen on every atty I used. A few weeks later it stopped working al together. The same thing happened on the version 1. Also had a SVD die on me too. Thankfully, this happened just a day or two before the warranty ended. Purchased it from vaporsdna and they let me replay it with an ipv mini v2 for $5 more. Can’t say enough good things about their customer service. No more Innokin for me..

  • derick 05/01/2015

    Innokin is bullshit overpriced uninnovative and all around shit. Their vtr sells for more than the Sigelei 150 watt even though it only is capable of 15 watts. They sell a 30 watt device for 60-70 $ even though the DNA 30 has been around for 6-7 months and is a much better device even when cloned. Innokin deserves no place on this or any list.

    • Jim Rich 06/22/2015

      Considering that the VTR came out almost 2 years, and seeing how ecig technology has improved X times over in those 2 years (15w was a big deal at that time), yes the VTR is an outdated, overpriced, heavy mod. I have had one since Nov 2013. Still going strong. Got a “smoking” package deal on mine though. $70.00 with the carry case and a Nitecore i4 charger (Basically $40 for the VTR). I would not have paid retail for it. You can’t really expect to compare most of the two year old vv/vw mods to the ones that are selling now. Price wise or features/technology wise.
      A whole bunch of people have an outright hatred for Innokin. That is understandable considering their price points, quality and lack of innovation on some products. I think Innokin has seen the writing on the wall though and are now trying to catch up to the rest of the market. The new iSub tanks are getting good reviews and new Coolfire 4 is a very solid 40w mod at a very respectable sub $40 price. I got a hold of one from VaporDNA for $28 w/coup.
      Joyetech pretty much owned most of the market several years back and even they were surpassed along the vaping highway over the last few years. Now Joye is coming out swinging again with many new and excellent products. Manufacturers have their ups and downs. Let’s hope all the competition for our vaping $$$ pushes them to further improve their products.

  • kath 05/12/2015

    Re: the IVP2 mini 70 w – I love it. It’s a fantastic little mod. Comfortable to hold, lots of power BUT there is a major problem with their charging ports. After 1 month of use, mine died…the mod still worked just the charging port died. I called the company I bought it from and they did replace it but I was told (by one of the larger online companies out there) that there was a definite issue with the charging ports and NOT TO USE THE CHARGING PORT AT ALL!!! NOT TO USE IT FOR CHARGING OR DEFINITELY NOT AS A PASS THRU!!!! I asked what the heck it was there for then and I was told it was A DESIGN FLAW!! I then called Pioneer4You and they told me it was not a pass thru AND (quietly) was told it was something they had a lot of calls on!! So buyer beware! I still love mine but will not use the charging port on my replacement!!

    • chuck 09/16/2015

      Yeah I have the same mod it works great

  • Jorma Kuirinlahti 05/20/2015

    Smok Xpro M65….Best in the west.

  • Michael 06/18/2015

    I would like to see this list updated, with temp control added as a category.

  • mike 06/25/2015

    Snow wolf 200w box mod 70w temp what a beast

  • Michael 06/29/2015

    Is there a way to update the chip in my evolv dna30watt?

  • Jim Patrick 07/01/2015

    Hi there I have read on the ipv4 charging port it sparks and smoke you our supposed take it out Have you heard anything about this device

  • Guy Fawkes 07/07/2015

    Cloupor T8 is definitely a great box mod. I have had mine for the past 3 months and it is by far the best box mod I have owned. Prior to it I have owned and still owned the following:

    Sigelei 100w v1 & v2- owned
    Sigelei 150w-owned
    Sigelei 50w VR2-owned
    Sigelei 30w Mini-own
    IPV 2X & IPV2S-owned
    SMY 60W-Own
    Cloupor 30w Mini

    The Cloupor T8 is very well constructed, has alot of battery venting holes (24 on the side & 6 on the bottom), has a large enough screen, is made from CNC Machined Aluminum, has 2 very powerful magnets on the battery door. is a very durable box (would recommend getting a skin ( helps protect it if you drop it. And it costs less than $100. what is not to like? 150w upgrade-able to 200w for less than $100? whats not to love?

  • Max 07/07/2015

    Voltage limitation on two 18650 batteries, what’s the point of that much wattage?

  • Thomas Olson 07/07/2015

    I’d like to hear back from you in 6 months From what I’ve seen and heard, Cloupor mods d last very long. I had a T5 that I was crazy about but it only lasted about 4 months. When I talked about it in a vapers’ forum, I found that mine had lasted longer than a lot of others. I haven’t owned a T8 and I hope that you get years of enjoyment out of it. Pease let us know.

  • Daniel 07/16/2015

    The segeli 75w with temp control might be my next mod or the ipv d2, i prefer the form factor or single 18650 mods.

  • Bill 07/21/2015

    Innokin might have capped on a few of their products, but the 4500 MAH MVP PRO is very solid. This coming from someone who has an SX MINI, SIG 75TC, SIG 150, IPV 2 70 WATT, IPV4S AND IPV3LI , and the Innokin MVP PRO only is Innokin’s rock solid mod. Never tried the cool fire but 18 hour days mvp pro and isub g kit for 60.00 is a great setup.

  • Eagleclaws 07/31/2015

    Looking for some good advice, one thing I have noticed is lack of durability, but then I haven’t tried a box mod before. I have been using the E-XY battery and I Clear 16 Tank. Problem is the batteries don’t last and the tank has been pushed out and hard to find, so now to upgrade. With all the choices and man there is a ton of choices, what to chose? I am not looking to blow clouds, I ride a scooter and need something that will not weigh me down when out on the road. I want something with a changeable battery so I don’t have to re-purchase a new setup every time the thing craps out on me. I would like to be able to throw a extra battery in my cut and make it thru a day of riding and night of hanging out and not have to worry about running out of power. I was a life long smoker, I smoked a pipe for over 30 years, so the vaping has helped me quit that, I am down to 12 mg on the nic, I use ECBlend, RY 4 Tobacco, 50/50 PG/VG, love the taste. I am looking to purchase a my last mod….LOL Well something that will last over a year without breaking down, changing the battery will come, I get that but I want a solid product. Oh the tank needs to have a smaller mouth piece like the I Clear tanks, I tried one of my brothers tanks with the wide mouth and didn’t like the way it hit. So if you don’t mind, how about a couple real good mods to chose from. Thanks for your help, keep it real.

      • Eagleclaws 08/01/2015

        OK how about the tank?
        Don’t really want to do all the wiring, so what would be a good tank to work with this mod that doesn’t leak and is easy to change the atomizer or cartomizer inserts?
        I looked at the kit and I am not sure, seems it has three different tanks versions, but I am not sure which would be my best option. Planned on calling the vendor when I get the chance. BTW I am 110 miles out in the Gulf of Mexico working right now. Thanks again for the help. Ohh yea, I like the black/red one, looks good.

          • Eagleclaws 08/04/2015

            When will you be getting in some more 1.5 ohm replacements?

  • mike 08/01/2015

    What about a kbox simple cheap light will take any 510 tank and still enough power to fire say a delta 2 tank should last longer than a year as long as u don’t strip the treads changing the battery or tank.

    • mike 08/01/2015

      Never mind u suggested the new improved kbox lol

  • ala 08/30/2015

    is it time to change something here ????????

  • David Richbart 10/06/2015

    I like your list and agree that most of the Mods belong on it.

    One thing I would like to point out and let possible buyers know about; The IVP Mini 2, while a great mod functionally has a finish (paint job) that is absolutely terrible. Almost any contact with metal (keys, coins, another mod) causes a scratch or chip in the paint. After a week of average use my mod looked like something used for years. I purchased a wrap for it (Jwraps) but it does not cover all exposed metal.
    Just a warning for vapors who like to keep their mods looking good.

  • Justin Castro 10/08/2015

    Smok Xcube II is by far my favorite next to my snow wolf le. Dont get me wrong I love Sigelei but I think Smok wins over the new Sigelei 150 TC. Lemme know what you guys think?

  • George 12/26/2015

    I’ve had an itaste MVP 3.0 for about a year now. Only real complaint I’ve got is that lately (within the last two months or so, its been reading ohms weird. It’ll suddenly jump from ~1.8 to high threes or more, and sometimes it will claim that no tank is connected

  • Big John 01/11/2016

    How can you have a “Best of 2015” in May? 🙁

  • Chuck 02/23/2016

    I love my istick 50 running theartic tank as a 2 pack a day smoker i have to say…saved my life and no more morning mourning…my best buy.

  • vape vape vape 03/22/2016

    How is the sx mini m or ml class not on your list?

  • Cheryl Lanner 03/26/2016

    I am on SSDI disability & can’t afford an awesome MOD! I need a roof over my head, food, Doctors visits, medications & more! ? So I need an awesome giveaway, which I know you have. I would love a sub ohm MOD. PLEASE HELP ME!! I would be the happiest person ever!

    • Thomas Olson 03/27/2016

      I’m living on SSDI as well. Somehow I managed to afford cigarettes until I found e-cigs. Now I have more freedom, financially speaking. I’ve been able to collect a fair amount of vaping gear including a Reulaeux DNA200 and other mods – as well as several sub-ohm tanks and RTAs, RBAs, etc.. I don’t usually vape “premum” eliquids but by shopping around I’ve been able to find delicious juices at bargain prices. I find that it’s all a matter of priorities – just like when I was smoking. The only differences are that I feel a hell of a lot better and I’ve found a fun hobby; not to mention the fantastic vaping community! Don’t get me wrong – I think giveaways are a lot of fun and, just like most people, getting something for free kicks ass. I actually think that I enjoy vaping more now than I would if I was still able to work and be able to buy whatever I want. I think that I appreciate what I have a lot more.

    • Andrea 05/15/2017

      Girl check out eBay. A lot of times u can find good deals on brand new mods as well as “good condition” mods too. You should also just shop online, look for people on you tube and Facebook to point you towards good deals as well… online shopping is always better than buying in a shop… my fiancé and I shop on, an online store out of China with Super good prices!! Just make sure that the mod or whatever says “authentic” in order to ensure a quality product.
      Hope this helps… cuz Vaping is soo fun and is definitely cheaper than smoking cigarettes at $8.00 a pack!!!
      Good luck girly

  • Blake Brannon 03/27/2016

    You do not need an awesome mod. A Ijust 2 is 25 and has 2600 mah battery and comes with charger and tank.

    • Blake Brannon 03/27/2016

      I use one .They work great. Maybe a box of coils but they will last a few months

  • A. Miller 10/06/2016

    I’ve read a lot about Li-Ion batteries exploding and making fire. Isn’t it dangerous to use such battery type in high-temperature devices like box mods? Don’t want big bada boom just in my face, so looking for premium quality batteries here for safe and comfort vaping.

    • Steve Bacchus
      Steve Bacchus 10/10/2016

      I would check out this article about battery safety and Mooch’s blog as well to help clarify about the batteries we use for vaping. Within this article, there is a link to Mooch’s blog, definitely worth the read.

      Here is the link to the article:



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