Vaporesso Revenger 220 W TC Mod preview

Is the Revenger an Alien contender or pretender?

Vaporesso Revenger 220W Box Mod

Vaporesso Revenger Intro

Ever since the Alien box mod was unleashed to the masses last year, competitors have raced to create their own version of Smok’s ergonomic, high-performing benchmark device. And with good reason – the Alien remains a top seller, with its design elements being used across Smok’s other products, alongside those from other companies, as well. Vaporesso – currently riding a hot streak with a series of innovative, unique mods and tanks – might have just created a device that can compete with Smok’s juggernaut, while also carving its own niche. Because the newly announced Revenger not only implements elements and features to appeal to Alien loyalists, but maintains and enhances its own trademark design aesthetic.

Upon first glance, it’s pretty evident this is a Vaporesso product. With a striking, curvy but angular design, and beveled corners that throw a nod to their own Tarot line of mods, the Revenger will stand out in your collection, regardless of which of the three available colors you choose.

At 89 mm tall, and 45 mm wide, the Revenger has a similar overall structure to other devices in this range, including the aforementioned Alien, as well as the Wismec Predator, the iJoy Captain, Sigelei Kaos Spectrum, and other like-minded mods.

With a depth of “just” 28 mm, however, fans of 30 mm+ RDAs are going to experience a little overhang. But for fans of more standard tank and RDA sizes, there is more than enough room on its center-mounted 510 connection.

The jury is still out on device weight, but given the amount of technology placed in such a tight space, we can expect a dense, weighty little device. Still, the overall size and look is sleek and seemingly pocket-friendly.

Perhaps the most familiar design element is the now-standard 0.96-inch OLED display, which crams as much information as possible on one screen without becoming illegible. The layout gives real-time readings on wattage/voltage/TC mode, dual battery power readings, coil resistance, puff duration, and strength settings.

There is also a USB charge/upgrade port on the front of the Revenger, which features overcharge protection, in case you leave it connected a little longer than intended.


Revenger Specs and features


  • Revenger TC MOD
  • Dimensions: 89 x 45 x 28 mm
  • Wattage Range: 5W to 220 W
  • Voltage range: 0-8.5 V
  • Mode: VT (Ni200 / SS / Ti) TCR (M1 / M2) / RCT / CCW / CCT / BYPASS
  • Display: OLED 0.96 inch
  • Thread: 510 thread
  • Temperature Control Range: 100℃-315℃ / 200F-600F

Kit content

  • 1 x Revenger MOD (without batteries)
  • 1 x NRG tank
  • 1 x GT8 0.15ohm (pre-installed)
  • 1 x GT4 0.15ohm
  • 1 x Replacement Pyrex Glass Tube
  • 1 x USB Cable
  • 1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Warranty Card
  • 1 x Warning Card
  • Spare parts

A deeper dive

Looking a little more closely, it seems Vaporesso has been paying close attention to user feedback, and have designed a dual-18650 device that should meet the needs of most modern vapers.

Featuring a range of 5-220W (at 0-8.5V), with temperature control ranging from 200-600F, the Revenger isn’t breaking new ground with its power specs. But this is more than enough strength for any vaper, especially those looking to use this as a daily driver, and not as a showpiece for cloud production.

That said, we have yet to see a dual-18650 device achieve a legitimate 220W for any reasonable extent of time, so perhaps Vaporesso has a surprise or two up their sleeves for high-power vapers.

Temperature control vapers can expect the standard slate of options – capability for Ni200, stainless steel and titanium coils, alongside TCR modes for highly customized vaping. But, what’s more exciting is how the Revenger also features Vaporesso’s own Omni chipset, which debuted as a competent and cost-effective alternative to pricey DNA boards.

Here, the Omni chipset offers you:

  • Smart wattage and coil resistance detection
  • Custom Curve of Wattage (CCW) – Allows you to set up a custom heating curve that changes in 0.5 second increments to your preference.
  • Custom Curve of Temperature (CCT) – Allows custom vaping curves in temperature control mode.
  • Bypass – Allows use of the Revenger as a mechanical device.
  • High/Normal/Soft strength settings for desired puff strength

When charging, the screen will also display remaining charge time, should the user choose to use the onboard charger. Though we recommend powering 18650 batteries using an external charger, the all-new Quick Charge system – which Vaporesso claims can reduce charge time by up to 50% – might make plugging in a more viable option.

Finally, the Revenger is slated to be sold as a kit alongside the new NRG sub-ohm tank. We’ll cover the NRG tank in a separate preview, but needless to say it looks to be a seamless extension of the Revenger itself.



We are looking forward to putting the Revenger through its paces. Though this segment of the vape mod market is already well-served, Vaporesso’s output has been nothing short of stellar these days. With innovative looks, excellent performance, and a chipset primed to make customers second-guess a hefty DNA mod purchase, Vaporesso products are standouts in an ever-crowding marketplace.

Of course, this is all for naught if the Revenger doesn’t live up to its proposed specifications. But we’d be lying if we said we weren’t enthused by what this package is expected to contain upon release.

The Revenger might fit into the same category as the Alien and its brethren, but some notable design enhancements and a comprehensive feature set make us think there might be a new segment leader before long, and that Vaporesso might become a new household name for vapers. Perhaps this is the “revenge” Vaporesso is looking for?

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  • Jimi

    No. The Predator 228 is already the Alien killer and furthermore the Alien is doing a good enough job of killing itself. Terrible QC, chipping paint and extremely high return rate. Plus this mod @ 220W is not doing anything special.

    • Jonathon

      My local vape shop has had nothing but problems with the Predator, to the point they refuse to sell them and have pulled them from the shelf. I wouldn’t consider it an alien killer. The Alien I have had since day 1 has done great aside from the screen going halfway out, the paint chipping off, the battery door bulging and falling off of its hinge, and one of the buttons falling off. Never dropped it, don’t abuse it, doesn’t even get put in my pocket. It goes straight into a backpack with a slot that fits it perfect, or into a cupholder. Its high time someone puts something out with similar dimensions, and performance, with much better quality control. I’m stoked and cant wait. After all of the problems I have had on every little thing I have ever bought from Smok (x cube, x cube 2, 2 gx350s, 2 aliens, multiple tanks, basically all of their coils lately, and more) I certainly will be buying this.

      • Jimi

        Lmao. I manage 2 vape stores and have personally sold 40+ predators as well as own one myself and have not had a single return yet!! Looking at the box of broken Smok products as I say this and remembering all the headaches the Vaporesso Tarot and Tarot pro caused me with its flaking paint. So while I love the aesthetic’s of this mod I would hold off. Lastly 2.5A charging is not a good thing. Yes you can charge batteries in 30 min but those batteries will be toast 3-4 months. My predator and DNA250 mod both have 2A charging but I always use my external charger set to 1A.