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Wotofo Mini+ Disposable Vape Review

Jeremy Mann
February 10, 2022

Product intro and specs

Wotofo is throwing its hat in the ring of disposables with the Mini+. It looks like Wotofo is also open for OEM of these devices.

The Mini+ is a 500 mAh disposable vape with a 2.8 mL juice capacity housing 50 mg nic salt, fully equipped with adjustable airflow. There are ten flavors to choose from, but only (so far) in the 50 mg nic salt option.

Price: $7.49 (at Wotofo)

Specifications

  • Dimensions: 14 mm x 102 mm
  • Battery: 500 mAh
  • Coil resistance: 1.6 ohm
  • Juice capacity: 2.8 mL

Kit contents

  • 1 x Wotofo Mini+

Size, look, and feel

The Wotofo Mini+ is more closely related to original e-cigarettes than a lot of others out right now…at least in size. This is not a giant disposable; just measuring in at 14 mm x 102 mm. Since the battery capacity is only 500 mAh, it’s fairly light too at just 24 grams.

The mouthpiece is like a rounded whistle tip, which makes it easy to draw on. It’s all standard fare though, with the most immediately obvious thing being the loud colorways and branding.

Each device says “WOTOFO” in large letters in bold vibrant colors. While I don’t typically concern myself with how a device looks, there’s a point when I don’t want to see myself holding a pink and purple thing in my hand. In that respect, I would prefer a little less “look at me” from these disposables.

Getting started

Simply take it out of the package and remove the rubber plugs, open the airflow (more on this below), and take a puff. It’s best to hit it slowly to get accustomed to the nicotine strength and draw you set it to.

All the devices are set to a closed airflow when taking out of the package. If you feel like your device isn’t hitting right, that’s why. Open it up some.

How does it hit?

The Wotofo Mini+ has an adjustable airflow controller at the bottom of the vape. It’s a little switch that can close off the airflow almost completely and open it up to a tight but restricted lung hit. Personally, I prefer it almost closed for a proper MTL.

I like being able to adjust the airflow, but it’s a small little switch and it’s difficult to tune it blindly to anything but fully open or closed. The best way to get it to your preferred setting is to look at it while adjusting it, then leave it where you prefer.

There’s a fair amount of throat hit off of these disposables, particularly with the airflow set to MTL (a tight setting). Remember, these are 50 mg nic salts, so take it easy if you have yours set to a fully open draw.

Are the flavors any good?

The flavors of the Wotofo Mini+ are tasty and a step or two more creative than its competitors, though they’re still garden-variety disposable vape flavors. There’s a cooling note in almost all the choices, even in the ones that don’t have “ice” in the name.

Guava kiwi passion fruit

A decent flavor that is a bit hard to peg. I’d be lying if I said I can taste the difference between passion fruit and guava in this flavor, and it tastes a bit unripe. Not my favorite, but still vape-able.

Mango pineapple orange ice

A very good flavor that lets each flavor shine. The ice doesn’t steal the thunder either. A delightful taste with the bright sweetness of mango and pineapple, and the unmistakable citrus tartness of orange.

Blueberry raspberry ice

Mostly blueberry, but with the added tartness of raspberry. Surprisingly good for a normally generic flavor that falls flat. This one stands out from others in its class. The ice is strong, but not aggressive.

Grape ice

Normally a flavor I avoid in disposables, but I can tolerate this one. I might even keep it in my car as a backup. Might! It’s typical grape and ice, but the ice isn’t so overpowering as to give you brain freeze. And the grape tastes more developed than similar flavors from other brands.

Pineapple coconut

This flavor tastes of what it says, but there are some other off notes that are unappealing. The flavor just doesn’t taste right. Like it’s slightly burned and medicinal with a slight bit of cooling. Pass on this one.

Lastly, there’s no tobacco flavor. It would be nice to see more creativity in that area, yet here there’s not even an attempt. Someone call Gene from the old NiteLiteVapor and get Gold and Bounty Hunter in a disposable! I digress.

Pros / Cons

  • Good flavors
  • Adjustable airflow
  • MTL to restricted lung hit
  • Flavors labeled on device
  • Relatively quiet hit
  • Excessive branding and colors
  • Airflow controller is super small
  • No tobacco flavors
  • Average battery life
  • Cooling sensation in all flavors

Verdict

Aside from the excessive branding and loud colorways, these are good disposables assuming you like the flavors. The hit is good, they last as long as they should (for a 500 mAh battery), and they have adjustable airflow.

I do wish they had a creative tobacco flavor, but that might be a bit too nitpicky.

Wotofo Mini+ disposables are easily as good as other disposables, though probably a bit better due to flavor performance. As long as you’re okay with the bold colors and cooling sensation, you’d probably be good picking based on the flavors that interest you. Just do yourself a favor and steer clear of the pineapple coconut.

I'm the chief editor here at Vaping360 and I reside in southeast Michigan. I've been vaping since my first ecig purchase in 2010. For more reasons than I can list, vaping has been a lifesaver for me. Now, my goal is to help other smokers make the switch.
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