If you are into vaping wax, then you probably have heard of Kandypens. They’re a company that has quickly made a name for themselves in the vape industry. I feel they did this by making products that do what they are supposed to do: vaporize wax.
I have tried their Gravity, Galaxy and Donuts pens and the coils lasted me over a month. The batteries are also still going strong so their products stood the test of time. Let’s get to dabbing with one of their latest products, the Mini.
Although a bit more expensive than their original Galaxy and Donuts pens, the Kandypens Mini is not just a glorified eGo vape pen. It also gives you the option of dual-quartz coils or their ceramic coil-less wax atomizer.
I personally prefer using the Mini with the dual-quartz atomizer because it hits way harder than the ceramic.
Welcome to the next generation of vape pens. We are officially in the future now. It was only a matter of time before wax vape pens went sub-ohm. This is like a Kandypens Gravity on steroids. The Mini reminds me a little bit of the eGo One battery, topped with a miniature Velocity RDA or something.
The Mini is a great size, it fits nicely in the hand, and in the pocket. Instead of having to constantly unscrew your atomizer to check on your coils, the Mini just pops open like an RDA. You are going to want to put a few drops of e-liquid on those o-rings because they are beefy.
Don’t let the name fool you. It is called the Mini but it is actually thicker than all of the Kandypens that we have tried.
The first thing I need to say about this pen is holy airflow! One of the only things I would have improved on the original Kandypens was the tight draw but it seems like they have done it. If you vape on a sub-ohm tank or RDA, then you’re gonna love this wax pen. Massive airflow.
The atomizer has been very easy to clean and maintain, especially with the Kandypens alcohol pads they provided, but you can just use any old alcohol pads. Just wipe down the top and dry burn the coils until they are clean. This is definitely a reinvented version of your typical wax vape pen.
Most importantly, how does the Mini hit? I am not a fan of ceramic coil-less atomizers, so those didn’t really do much for me, but the dual-quartz coils hit harder than a sock filled with nickels. But seriously, the Mini delivers great hits just like the original Kandypens, but now with bigger airflow, which seemed to be the missing link from their previous line of products.
The Mini atomizer can actually be screwed onto your regulated mods, such as the Mini Volt or iStick. I find that with the ceramic coil-less attachment works better when you put it on a mod and crank it up to 15-20 watts, from my experience.
Other than that, I can’t find anything else wrong with the Kandypens Mini. All of the things that I critiqued about the original Kandypens have been rectified so I am at a loss for words. Still not a fan of the whole coil-less atomizer thing though.
The quartz dual-coil atomizer upgrade option, in my opinion, is actually what makes the Mini such a versatile and hard-hitting unit.
If you are looking for a wax pen that is small, but packs a big punch, check out the Mini. It takes all of the great features of the original Kandypens to the next level. The battery life has been great and finally, we now have Micro USB pass-through charging on this badboy, plus you can attach it to your mods.
If you are looking for your first wax pen, the Mini is a great place to start. If you already own a Kandypen and you are tired of the tight airflow and eGo charging, it may be time to upgrade. Aside from the price tag, and the fact that it was based off an existing design, it’s hard finding much at fault with the Kandypens Mini. It packs a mean punch, especially with those dual-quartz coils.