8.4 Final Score
Vaporesso Tarot Nano Review Bottom Line
The Vaporesso Tarot Nano has the same specs as the Tarot Mini with exactly the same tank, in fact, the only difference is the size and the mini has a removable 18650 battery in comparison to the built-in 2500mAh battery. The Veco tank which is used on both the mini and nano has been used before on the Veco One vape pen and is a success. With that said, there is something quite nice about the Nano and that's the look! With the famous ceramic coils this thing produces great flavor!
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The 80W Vaporesso Tarot Nano is one compact box mod, whose basis is built on the Vaporesso OMNI board. For maximum 80W output, the mini uses power drawn from a single 18650 battery whilst the nano has a built-in 2500mAh battery. Both kits also come with a Veco Sub-Ohm Tank which can be filled from the top, in addition, it utilizes the EUC Coil Technology that they seem to love. The real question is; can Vaporesso compete in the saturated market for the title of best box mod, or is it just another take on an already released model? Let’s take a look to see!
Research has proven that most people like their devices smaller and smaller but not so small to the extent that it becomes unusable. The Tarot Nano comes in 1.5 inches wide, 0.88 inches deep and 2.72 inches high measurements, making it a tiny mod, which is correctly usable as well.
Its looks are inherited from its larger Tarot Pro bro and perfectly strike a balance between an ultra-modern design that is not only admirable but also ensures the functionality is one which meets user needs. The ease of use is complemented by a moderately long life. The decision to miniaturize a successful larger box mod can be met with a set of technicalities but Vaporesso seems to have found its way around this one.
We have had several vape kits integrating miniature mod and the sub ohm tank. The most notorious have been SMOK with their release of the QBox which is due for release this month, Smok seems to have saturated the market with too many such kits for us to need anymore. But Vaporesso took the chance to advance its agenda with a rather superior mini kit. It did so by including capabilities such as a ceramic built coil and flavorful Veco tank while housed with the 2500mAh battery, being a deal-killer for most buyers.
Yep, that’s it really, all the other specs are exactly the same, so considering the size and the output the Nano is a winner!!
The major centers of reaction from a variety of users are the functional mini-size and the 2500 mAh battery built-in battery. What if I have two batteries? Wouldn’t it be much easier to switch a fully charged battery and continue vaping rather than connect a USB charger and be glued to one point until full? But for each rule, exceptions are bound to occur. Sometimes it’s good to have a built-in battery, more so in circumstances where the mod is much shorter than the battery.
That is not the case here but the variation is slight since the Tarot Nano measures 2.72 inches while a standard 18650 battery comes at a height of 2.55 inches.
Being very much aware that a Sub-Ohm tank will be unforgiving to the battery, Vaporesso made a wise decision to include the Veco Tank and coil heads whose rating is as low as 25 watts and goes to a maximum of 50 watts.
The 80W Vaporesso Tarot Mini and Nano may appear tiny and dupe you into concluding that the size is not large enough. The reality of the matter is that you are far from being on point. Vaporesso has pulled all strings to stuff this device with all kinds of technology that can be minimized from its bigger version.
The Tarot Nano assists with temperature control, varying it from 280 Fahrenheit to 600 Fahrenheit via the use of pre-settings for SS, Ni, or Ti. This is further boosted by two programmable reminiscence settings. As if that is not enough for you, there is an Omni Board integrating 4 different straightforward-to-entry modes.
Take a quick look at these specs and you will understand why you need not underestimate it for its small size:
The 22mm Veco tank is made out of high-quality stainless steel and glass while the EUC coils are removable coil heads for easier usage while being less messy and fiddly. This feature gives the user access to swap coil heads at a time, even when the leak-proof tank is fully filled with the e-juice. The EUC Coil makes work simple for you in that you no longer need to change the entire coil instead of just the core. It may sound complicated but once you try it. You will be surprised how effective that is. It is just unfamiliar at this particular time. It has also been featured before on their benchmark vape pen the Veco One which we reviewed a week or so ago.
We loved the original Vaporesso mod with their ceramic coil and really thought that they were bringing something new to the market, granted it’s not one of the best e-cigs out there. But this box mod is just a miniature version of the already successful mod, so the only advantage is the size. If you have an original, then there is really no reason to buy this kit, if however, you haven’t tried their mods before, then this is a great kit to check out!