The HCigar VT75 Nano is a “stealth” box mod that offers great power and versatility. Powered by the Evolv DNA75 chip, it offers an incredibly robust vaping experience, especially when used in conjunction with Evolv’s EScribe software. For vapers looking for a powerfully advanced vaping experience in a diminutive package, the HCigar VT75 Nano is a compelling option.
Here’s the features list for the HCigar VT75 Nano.
The most striking aspect of the VT75 Nano is its size. It’s roughly 41 percent smaller than the original model, yet retains all of the features. It even has some minor improvements over its predecessor, like the new battery cap design.
At the heart of the box mod is Evolv’s DNA75 chip. For vapers that are satisfied with its wattage range, the DNA75 is a more affordable alternative to the DNA200. Aside from minor differences in battery efficiency, the DNA75 brings practically everything that its big brother brings to the table. It’s fantastic as a standalone chip — safe, accurate, and versatile. With Evolv EScribe, the chip’s capabilities are tremendous.
Putting the powerful and versatile Evolv DNA75 into such a small casing is brilliant for those looking for a stealth vape. While the body’s lines are a bit bold for my personal design preferences, it’s certainly a handsome box mod. More importantly, it’s wonderfully small while still being extremely capable.
For vapers looking for the best of both worlds in a stealth mod — strong functionality coupled with a compact form factor — the HCigar VT75 Nano should be on their short list. For less than $100, you get all the power and features of the Evolv DNA75 chip in a tiny package.
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