I’ve been a fan of regulated vaping for a while now. What is regulated vaping you say ? Oh, yes, perhaps an introduction is needed. Let’s do that first then here.
Done reading that? So, you now know what regulated vaping is?
Ok, great! Now on with this review.
As I said, I’ve been a fan of regulated vaping for a while now. Next to several mechanical mods I’ve had a Joyetech eVic, which didn’t do subohm coils and only went to 11 Watt, which I replaced with a clone of the Hana DNA30 mod. That one works relatively well, but the resistance metering is a bit off, and the DNA30 clone lacks step-down below 4V (as does the original DNA30 by the way). The lack of step-down is a huge drawback in my opinion. I also have an original Evolv Kick2 in one of my Nemesis mods, to vape my (homemade) menthol ejuice at a constant 11W. And now, since last Friday I have a ZNA30 clone. That’s what this review is about. This story continues here