Suorin iShare intro
The Suorin iShare is the new product from one of the leaders in the pod mod market. The iShare comes with two refillable pod vapes (called Singles) and they’re both housed in one power bank — which looks a bit like a box mod.
Colors: Black, White (Blue, Red, Gold, Gray)
Prices: $59.99 for the kit / $19.99 for a spare Single / $5.99 for replacement pods
Suorin iShare specs and features
- Draw Activated Firing
- 9 watts Maximum Output
- 0.9 mL Capacity
- 2.0-ohm Atomizer Resistance
- Proprietary Connection
- 130 mAh Built-In Battery
- LED Battery Life Indicator
- iShare Battery Bank Required to Charge
iShare Battery Product Features:
- 1400 mAh Battery Capacity
- Holds Two iShare
- Magnetic Connection
Suorin is at it again!
Suorin’s previous vape pod systems (the Drop and the Air V2) have been headlining best-of lists for a while now. Their latest entry in the pod market promises a legit MTL experience and on-the-go charging — with enough battery juice to get you through the day and then some.
The two super-lightweight Singles batteries included in the kit are draw activated and come with a capacity of 0.9 mL, and 2.0 ohm resistance coils capable of 9 watts power. Couple that with a 70/30 VG/PG recommended e-liquid ratio and the device practically shouts for nicotine salts e-liquids. Yes, you guessed it right: as with previous Suorin products, no hacking skills are required. Each of the iShare’s Singles is an open pod system and refilling the pods seems easy as 1-2-3.
The Singles come with a battery capacity of 130 mAh and while they don’t seem to be especially power hungry, I would think twice about leaving my house without the 1400 mAh power bank. But fear not! The power bank with both Singles included is compact and weighs much less than an average single battery mod.
Early reports claim a satisfying MTL draw that can also be DL if you choose. That would put it somewhere between the Drop and the Air. I can already tell you that you won’t be entering cloud competitions with the iShare but for more details on its real-life performance, you’ll have to check our upcoming hands-on review.