A huge thank you to the guys n gals over at Vaporl.com for sponsoring Ceekays vape shack this month, and sending this tiny creation out for me to give it a once over and see what I think. Now I knew it was going to be small, but I didn’t realise just quite how small!! I was expecting a kind of Pico size device, but this little thing is just teeny tiny!!
Specs taken from the Vaporl.com site:
- Size: 76mm*38mm*14mm
- Battery Capacity: 800mAh
- Maximum Charging Current: 1A
- Thread Type: 510 thread
- Resistance Range: 0.5-3.0ohm
- Material: Zinc alloy, stainless steel, PEI
- Color: Red, Blue, Black
- 1 x Tiny RDA
- 1 x Tiny Mod
- 1 x User Manuals
- 1 x USB Cable
- 10 x 0.8ohm Coil
- 1 x Set of Spare Parts
I was really shocked at the size, it is so small! Shockingly small! Everything comes packed into a little tin, you get the mod, the RDA, and a couple of sealed packs which contain spares, cotton and coils. There are some tiny little screws in there that I managed to drop on the floor and had to hunt around for a while to find, so maybe open these little packs over the actual tin so when stuff does drop out your not playing ‘find the needle in the haystack’ with it
Theres also a lanyard with a little pouch that the device slides in to, this has a small hole for the button, it fits nice and snug but to be honest I don’t like lanyards for vape devices anymore, just a personal thing for me, but I doubt I will be using this.
Everything about this is Tiny, it really does live up to its name. Its just so small and cute! I’m a sucker for cute things as you all now, and this really did pull at my heart strings as soon as I set eyes on it!
Looks & Feel
The mod looks – ‘small’, the RDA looks – ‘small’ I found myself wondering how on earth this Tiny RDA was going to actually take a coil and cotton and liquid into its tiny little shell….
It feels lightweight, extremely compact, it really does fit into the palm of my hand, I mean it could get lost in there! Not keen on the finish, it feels quite grainy, maybe the resin one would feel smoother. As for the actual Demon Killer logo, hmmm its ok, but I’m wondering if it will wear off with use, something to keep an eye on that just in case.
Battery, Button & Screen
The battery is a mere 800mAh, so its obvious that its not going to last a vast amount of time. The coils in the pack are 0.6ohms, so these coupled with a small battery for me means a rather short run time, but you can’t have it all ways right! Of course with a Tiny mod you have to sacrifice something, and its going to be battery size and run time
The button, oh why did they put it on the side?? For me this makes it awkward to press. It would have been way better on one of the edges. The button itself is almost level with the surface of the mod but its also slightly concave (dips in the middle) which is a nice little feature. With the button being smooth and the mod being a grainy finish you don’t really lose it when sliding your finger or thumb over the mod.
The screen which is placed along the top of the mod doesn’t really do a lot, I guess its a novelty feature. It has the word ‘TINY’ lit up by LED light, this changes colour as the battery loses charge. Fully charged is white, and as it drops it changes to blue and then red. To be honest this info could have been displayed by a simple light, but the screen is ok if you like to blaze out the name of the mod. Maybe if they had opted for a light there would have been more room to have the button on the side? Who knows….
The Tiny RDA
This thing, for its size… is bloomin’ amazing! No kidding. Its smaller than the cap from a standard 10ml juice bottle! I don’t have one of those fancy measuring thingies (maybe I need to invest in one) but my lowly little tape measure has the Tiny RDA as less than 15mm from one side to the other, and around 22mm tall.
Fitting the coil (one that came in the pack and there is a few in there) was a little bit fiddly, but I’ve seen worse. The legs just kind of slot into the post holes, and are trapped under the screw. A little adjustment once it was fitted had the coil glowing nicely. One thing worth noting, you do have to cut off the overhang from the legs pretty flush with the wall of the RDA, or you’re not going to get that top cap back on, I cut mine as far back as I could and still seemed to struggle a bit, so I used my pliers and squashed the wire as flat as I could against the wall of the RDA.
Wicking is a simple procedure, once you’ve wicked the coil the cotton just tucks down into the juice well at the bottom. Now obviously the juice well isn’t huge! But I can get around 8 to 10 drops in there before I start to notice it leaking out of the air holes.
The air flow is pretty good, I DL inhale with it (and it is pretty airy for how small everything is) but you can close the airflow down enough to MTL inhale, and with a higher ohm coil I think mouth to lung inhaling could be comfortably done.
How does the TINY Demon Killer Kit vape?
Extremely well!! Honestly I couldn’t believe the amount of vapour that comes out of this tiny little dripper. You have to see it to believe it! The flavour is great too, I have been using this mod and dripper for flavour testing, and the flavours are crisp and clear, the vapour is really good, it can holds it own among some of the bigger RDA’s that I’ve used.
The downside of course is battery life, it lasts me an hour maybe a little longer, and then the power does start to tail off to the point where I just plug it in and charge it. As for chain vapers you will probably find that you are constantly dripping, 8 drops doesn’t last too long on a low ohm coil, probably 5 or 6 vapes if that (it depends on how long you draw for of course) and you will need to re-drip, so don’t bother putting the lid on the bottle if you’re having an hour or two in front of the TV with the Demon Killer.
To charge you just plug your USB cable into the charging port underneath (this is a bit of a pain as you can’t stand the mod up while its charging) and a little red light will illuminate next to the port, this turns green to indicate that the battery is fully charged.
Its fun and simple to use, there is no menu, it works pretty much like a mech mod with the power dropping as the battery wears down.
I really do love this little beast! Its small, its cute, with big flavour and decent clouds! Theres not much to dislike about it. I do however see it as a bit of a novelty mod, something this small could be used for stealth vaping, apart from the amount of vapour is going to give you away.
I also find it’s not really a device that you would take out on a shopping trip, you’re going to get pretty annoyed walking down the high street and having to keep stopping to drip every minute or two. However if you like small cute mods (which I always have) and you’re happy to use it at home, you’re going to love the Tiny Demon Killer.
And of course it’s a great conversation piece when you have friends and relatives round, the size for starters makes people go “Wow!” and when they see just how well it performs, its going to leave them speechless!
Ceekays Shack Score
Unfortunately losing a point for the button placement, but for a fun novelty and Tiny little mod I really can’t find much else to whine about!! This is getting a sassy 9/10
You can get yourself a Tiny Demon Killer Kit from Vaporl for the ‘Tiny’ (discounted) amount of $30.19! Bargain… the guys at Vaporl. Com run loads of discounts so pop over and check them out.
And as always, you can join us over on Ceekays Vape Shack if you have any questions about the Demon Killer Kit, or vaping in general.