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Review of the Eleaf Mini iStick Pro – An Affordable E-Cigarette With Great Features

The Eleaf Mini iStick Vaporizer is smaller and more efficient version of their original iStick. Its elongated length is just 52mm (about 2.1 inches) which make it a perfect fit for your hand and equally easy to conceal in your purse even when an atomizer is attached. It features a high capacity rechargeable battery which can be recharged multiple times, which means you don’t have to leave the device on all night waiting for your batteries to be ready again. It has a neat little cooling fan that circulates air around the heating element to keep it warm, similar to the way your breath smells while you are blowing out the vapor from your mouth. It’s small enough that you can pack it in a shirt pocket or in the small section at the bottom of your jeans where your keys go.

Unlike other mod kits which rely on high voltage to produce impressive results, the Eleaf Mini iStick uses a high-powered LCD screen with an easy to read LED backlight to let you see exactly how much vapor is being produced. Once you have loaded up your mod with your favorite e-liquid, plug it in and turn it on. The light will go blue when your mod is loaded with a sufficient amount of e-juice and red when it needs to be charged. Once it has reached its optimal output power and temperature, a stainless steel plate on the bottom of the mod’s body will shut off the electric current and stop the e-liquid from heating up, thus protecting your mod and your hands from damage. Press the stainless steel plate to lock in the optimal temperature and wait for the light to go red again. Once done, the plate will go back to red to indicate it has been fully drained and your mod is now ready to go.

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One of the major draw backs of a lot of these new electronic devices is that they rely solely on batteries. While this may seem to make them more convenient, it also makes them more vulnerable to damage. The standard electrical outlets are not strong enough to get the job done. When you use a standard mod, a tiny bit of power can cause a huge surge in voltage, damaging both the device and any cords that might be attached to it. The Eleaf iStick avoids this by using its own rechargeable battery that can be recharged via the mod’s micro-connector. That way you never have to worry about working without a cigarette again!

Another nice thing about the eleaf mini iStick is how it looks and feels compared to other vaporizers. It’s got a pretty stylish and ergonomic design, making it perfect for anyone who’s ever been near a smoker’s friend and had to deal with their cigarettes going straight into their mouth. The smooth metal body doesn’t collect lint and is very easy to clean between uses. Plus, the LED digital display is clear and easily visible, making this an excellent choice for anyone who might need to know exactly what they are smoking. With its compact size and affordable price tag, this is one handy little device that any serious vaper should have in their arsenal.

The only downside to the eleaf mini iStick pro is that its battery capacity is only 1.5 volts. This battery is small enough to get the job done, but if you’re serious about your e-juice collection, you’re probably going to want to consider buying a larger unit with a two or three volt battery capacity. Otherwise, the battery won’t last very long, and the built-in temperature control could become frustrating if you overheat the machine. Overall, though, this is a great little vaporizer that’s well constructed and a great value for any serious vaper.

Like all vaporizers with internal atomizers, the Eleaf mini iStick has the option of using both analog and digital chargers. If you like to use your digital unit to charge your batteries, then this is a great choice. If you’d rather use your analog charger with your digital unit, then this is definitely a product you’d want to check out. Either way, the iStick definitely beats the pants off of its competitors in both price and quality!

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