Asmodus Minikin V2 Review
The Asmodus V2 is the updated version of the original Asmodus Minikin V1 mod and has a completely new design. This device has a higher output than the original mod, with 180 watts of power while still taking two 18650 batteries. Asmodus have integrated touch screen technology into this device so the only button you will need to press is the firing button.
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What you get in the box:
- Asmodus Minikin V2 180W
- A USB charger
- User manual
The Asmodus Minikin V2 takes 2 18650 batteries and has a wattage range of 5 - 180 Watts in power mode, 5 - 120 Watts in temperature control mode and has a temperature range of 212°F - 572°F / 100°C - 300°C. The atomizer has a range of 0.1 - 2.5 ohms. The device has a max output of 7.5 Volts and a peak output current of 45 Amps. The screen is a capacitive full touch screen.
This is a really well made and popular piece of kit. Asmodus products seem to be getting better and better as time goes on. The battery life is good and if used at around 60 - 80 Watts you should be able to get through a day with two sets of dual batteries (4 batteries in total).
This device is popular with staff and customers alike and has become a must-have for a lot of experienced vapers looking for something solidly built and reliable. A highly powerful mod that will work perfectly with almost all tanks or rebuildables built above 0.1 ohms.
I would always advise charging the batteries externally, as you do not want to accidentally damage the charging port and the batteries will also charger faster this way rather than through the USB port.
Always ensure that the batteries are inserted in the correct direction and this is shown within the battery sled when the battery door is removed.