Hohm Wrecker Review
Review of the Hohm Wrecker Box Mod
I received the Hohm Wrecker box mod a few weeks ago to review. I got the device from Benjamin over at Hohm Tech for the purposes of reviewing it. First thing’s first, this box mod is definitely unique. It may not sport the most power out of any box on the market, but that doesn’t matter, according to Hohm Tech.
The Hohm Wrecker box mod is a temperature control device that runs from 10 to 151 watts and can regulate temperature from 200 to 700°F (92-372°C). The Hohm Wrecker weighs in at 8.47oz and has a height, length, and width of 2.28×4.13×0.94in. It utilizes a brand new chip that is manufactured in China called the Flagship Killer (FSK) chip. Other than that chip, the Hohm Wrecker is 100% designed, engineered, and assembled in America.
The first thing that I noticed when I received the Hohm Wrecker prototype from Hohm Tech was that the box sports a definitely unique aesthetic. Instead of being “Plain Jane” as far as the outside of the box, Hohm Tech opted to place gender symbols all over the sides, top, and bottom.
Though the gender symbols were not the way that I would go if I designed the Hohm Wrecker, I did not find them terrible. They even add a bit of grip to the outside of the box. If Hohm Tech had decided to place ohm symbols around the outside of the device, it may have been slightly better.
The version of the Hohm Wrecker that I received is a prototype, and because of this, it had flaws. These flaws have since been addressed for the retail version, according to Benjamin over at Hohm Tech. However, for the purpose of full disclosure, I mentioned them in the video above.
My initial impressions of the Hohm Wrecker temperature control box mod were good despite the obvious flaws from being a prototype. It reminded me of the original Sigelei 100W box mod in its size and general design, but that is not really a bad thing at all.
Up close and personal, the Hohm Wrecker temperature control box mod looks to be fairly clean. There is nothing that stands out negatively on the inside of the box mod. My only real complaint for the internals is that the ribbon should have been placed in the middle of the battery sled for easier access. Otherwise, the magnets are strong, the wires and chip are all covered up, and the contacts are sturdy.
What Hohm Tech has tried to do with the Hohm Wrecker is make a device that does not adhere to the standards set by other devices. One of the main things that Benjamin at Hohm Tech wanted to express to me was that they are not looking for a wattage war; they want efficiency. Hohm Tech wanted to create a box mod that will work the right way every time no matter what.
Overall, it seems the Hohm Tech has done a great job in creating the Hohm Wrecker box mod. They have successfully produced a device that works the way it is supposed to at all times and is not too difficult to understand, even for beginner vapers.
You can pick up your own Hohm Wrecker temperature control box mod right now for $179.99 through VaporCube. If it wasn’t so expensive, I would pick up a couple for me and my friends. If you want a box mod that does what it is supposed to every time and you don’t mind shelling out $180, then you should definitely pick up a Hohm Wrecker. That is it for this review. I will catch you guys later. Vape on.