In my Suorin Drop 2 video, I told a whole story about the life of these coil heads and how they start super crispy, then quickly become “fine” and just kinda keep going on being “fine”. These Suorin Air Mini coils do the EXACT SAME THING. It’s not necessarily a bad thing, but it is a consistent thing.
LOVE the style and handfeel of the Suorin Air Mini, feels very “apple” and I like that. Science and education down below.
The Suorin Drop 2 does just keep chuggin along. As I said in the video, the initial joy and excitement of a new crispy coil head will slowly fade off into a very ( still good ) fine vape. Airflow is stiff, very stiff, honestly feels more stiff than a few disposables on my desk. 70% VG seems to take down the coil faster than a 50% VG.
I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a Suorin product quite this much, but the Suorin Air Mod is just that damn good. Yeah, it’s “bigger” than most hence the “mod” nomenclature. The bigger battery life is absolutely worth it and the 3ml pod is rad as hell.
Clear leader of the pack IMO, this is going to make my next “PODS RANKED” video very interesting I think. Size matters and this one is big, so it may not replace something small like a KOKO, but… I think The Suorin Air Mod definitely has a place.
Suorin has come a long way since I last tried their products. This Suorin Air Pro is worlds better than I remember Suorin being. Full rich flavorful coil heads, Smooth ( but more loose ) draw, nice sized battery and pod.
It’s kinda hard to not dig the Suorin Air Pro. Even with the slightly bigger size, I really like having that bigger battery. The pods / coil heads seem to have a very very average life. The Suorin Air Pro pods start off REALLY strong and crispy and flavorful. After 3-4 pods the flavor dips a little and the crispy drops a little. It settles into a highly decent vape for the rest of its life. No shopping links allowed.