The Rofvape Warlock Peas is an inexpensive and stealthy little vape shaped like a pea pod. It has a 400 mAh battery and comes with two refillable 1.8 mL pods. The pods are cotton-wicked with a 1.8-ohm stainless steel coil. Utilizing a built-in USB plug, the Warlock Peas requires no charge cables or proprietary docks. Just pop off the cap and stick the device directly into a USB outlet for a quick and hassle-free charge.
Colors: Blue, black, gold, silver, red, pink
Price: $13.95 for the kit; 5-pack of pods: $9.95
The Rofvape Warlock Peas has been a surprisingly good pod vape in the week or so that I’ve used it. No hot pops, gurgling, misfires, and no dry or burnt hits! There’s been minimal leaking (just typical seepage from the pod a couple times) and only once or twice have I gotten juice in the mouth. The ramp isn’t quick, but it engages almost immediately with a light and cool hit. If you like a warmer vape, a three-second (or longer) hit will do the trick. My hit-duration is often about 6 seconds and it’s been performing well.
I’ve used four pods and refilled each a few times with consistent performance among them all. Even though the vape only puts out 7 watts, it has a draw and power-output best suited for nicotine salts or other high-nic based eliquids (I’ve really enjoyed using 36 mg/mL unflavored WTA from Aroma Ejuice). The draw is a legit MTL, but it’s a smidgen too lose for my preferred draw. Out of all my pod vapes, it’s probably closest to the Bo One in terms of draw (but it’s only about a 1/3 of the price of the Bo One).
For just over ten bucks, this kit comes with a lot. You also get a needle-tip 10 mL plastic bottle for easy filling, and a couple extra replacement fill-plugs (which come in handy since the plugs can be easy to lose). And the nifty feature of the direct-to-source charging means you won’t have to have a USB cord on standby. Even though it does function as a pass-thru, the design takes away from it being sensible to use while charging. Sometimes I charge mine on my Morphie which allows me to still use while charging (but it’s still not ideal for a pass-thru).
It’s a simple device to use. Remove the plug on the bottom of the pod and fill with your favorite juice, then replace the plug. Let the cotton inside the pod soak up the liquid for a couple minutes, then place it inside the battery until it clicks. Puff when ready. The biggest con I’ve found is the irksome design of the top (pod) and bottom (USB cap) being the same shape — like two “peas” in a pod. You have to pay close attention to what end is up or you will hit the wrong end. It’s actually quite annoying. So I’ve taken to leaving the USB cap off so this doesn’t happen.
All in all, the quality and consistency of the hit have kept me reaching for the Peas. It’s a good MTL vape with a solid throat hit that’s not harsh. But the flavor is just decent even though the vapor is above average for this kind of device. Still, I’ve gotten no weird drop-offs in performance. And the battery life has been almost shocking for its size. I charge it when I decide to, not when the LED starts flashing blue (something I rarely see). Sure, it’s only 400 mAh, but somehow the Warlock Peas battery seems to last longer than its competitors — like a full day of moderate vaping. Charging it from a depleted battery took a few seconds over 51 minutes.
Have you tried the Rofvape Warlock Peas yet? Rofvape made some iffy box mods this year, but I think they did a pretty good job with this kit. It’s inexpensive and, so far, it’s been better than most that cost more than twice as much. I can only hope the performance I’ve gotten will continue.