Squeeze me, Seymour
The Eleaf Pico Squeeze is an unregulated squonking box mod that’s the latest addition to the company’s popular line of Pico vaping products. Like its siblings, the Pico Squeeze is a relatively small device that’s available in a wide variety of colors. The major differences are that it’s the company’s first device that works with bottom-feeding atomizers and, unlike most recent Pico boxes, it’s unregulated. Here’s a closer look at Eleaf’s diminutive squonker.
[The title for this section was inspired by Little Shop of Horrors.]
Eleaf Pico Squeeze specs and features
Here’s the official features and specs list for the Eleaf Pico Squeeze.
- Dimensions: 23 x 46 x 75 millimeters
- Capacity: 6.5 milliliters
- Thread type: 510 thread
- Maximum output: 50 watts
- Resistance range: 0.15 – 3.5 ohms
- Reverse polarity protection
- Cell type: high-rate 18650 cell is recommended
- USB charging rate: One-amp maximum
- Colors: black, white, silver, grey, and hot pink
The Eleaf Pico Squeeze is available as a standalone box mod or in a kit that comes with the Coral bottom-feeding RDA. For vapers that already have an atomizer with a squonking pin, the box will do just fine. For those that are entirely new to squonking, the kit comes with a basic two-post two-hole RDA.
The main attraction of this box mod is, of course, its ability to use bottom-feeding atomizers. The Eleaf Pico Squeeze comes with a 6.5-milliliter bottle, which should last many vapers throughout the day. Beyond that, the mod is fairly basic. It’s unregulated, so power will be dependent on your build and the level of your battery. In many ways, this box mod reminds me of the Kanger Dripbox. They’re both relatively spartan (no variable wattage, no temperature control) box mods that use the same design language as the company’s previous boxes.
While the Eleaf Pico Squeeze lacks many features that are en vogue, it does have reverse polarity protection. While some vapers will lament the lack of variable wattage and temperature control, at the very least, they’ll be vaping safely.
While it doesn’t have all the bells and whistles some of its squonking competitors sport (check out the Council of Vapor Tempest, for example), the Eleaf Pico Squeeze is a super-affordable way to try out squonking. The full kit with the Coral bottom-feeding RDA is available for under $30. For that price, it’s a fantastic way to see if squonking is right for you.