Demon Killer Tiny Kit Introduction
A few months ago you may have seen some posts on my social media account regarding the Demon Killer Tiny Kit. Consisting of a whole hand of these tiny little mods. I was very fortunate to receive one to review. This is what I am writing about today.
Demon Killer is a name you may have heard of particularly if you have ever been looking for cheap premade coils or vape tools. This is the first time that Demon Killer have reached into the hardware market, so does the Demon Killer Tiny Kit set a precedent for small mods in the market or not? Read on to hear my thoughts.
Demon Killer Tiny Kit Packaging List
The Tiny kit comes in a small zip up tin which I thought was rather cool. Inside this tin you will find:
- Tiny RDA
- Tiny Mod
- 10 x 0.8ohm Coils
- Squonk Pin
- Spare Parts
- User Manuals
- USB Cable
Quite a selection of goodies inside the tin. It was great to find such a good selection of spare coils. These are only basic coils but considering the RDA is a single coil build these will last you a great amount of time.
Demon Killer Tiny Kit Specs and First Impressions
First off here are some specs for you spec geeks out there.
- 76mm*38mm*14mm (Total Mod and RDA together)
- Battery 800mAh
- Maximum Charging Current: 1A
- 510 thread
- Resistance Range: 0.5-3.0ohm
- Material: Zinc alloy, stainless steel, PEI
- RDA Material: Resin, stainless steel, PEI
- Colours available: Red, Blue, Black, Mixed Colours
The first thing that strikes you is just how tiny this thing is, the pictures really do not do it any justice. This is so small, imagine a zippo lighter and thats the kind of size we are seeing here. The Tiny RDA is minute also and I thought it would be an absolute pain to build but actually, I was wrong about this. The pre-made coils fit in nicely and just need the legs trimming to size and then we are ready to vape away.
Looking from the top of the mod is your 510 connection ready to take the 14mm RDA, obviously, it will take other RDAs but it’s going to look ridiculous given the amount of overhang you will face. Let’s face it, you have a tiny mod, why even put any standard RDA on it! Also on the top is what I want to call a screen but it’s not, but it’s a small black piece of plastic that has an LED underneath so it lights up the words Tiny when fired. This does change colour, dependent on the battery life available. White is fully charged, blue is half charge, red is low battery and flashing red means your time is up and you need to charge!
The front of the mod has the Demon Killer logo and a button that is used to power the mod on and off, this is also your fire button. On the rear, we have the same logo and at the base another logo and the USB charge point. The Tiny mod contains an 800 mah internal battery but does feature passthrough so you can vape and charge at the same time if you did wish to do so.
The Tiny RDA, it looks so small and pointless! The building was easy though so a few points for that. Two screws and slide your coil in and you are ready to vape. Once your coil and cotton are in there is barely any well left for any decent amount of juice to sit so be prepared to drip drip drip constantly.
The airflow I found to be ok, a little airy even when completely closed it did not feel massively restricted like you would expect. One downside was that at first, I was almost covering the airflow with my mouth because it is so tiny. It feels odd in the mouth, again because it is so small. Performance wise, the vapour was a little cool. This is mostly due to the limitations of the device itself, sure we can lose a wrap to lower resistance but this will come at the cost of battery life and really that’s about all we can do given the 0.5ohm firing limit.
I pretty much covered this above but performance is ok. It’s not going to win a cloud comp and it’s not going to set a trend for small mods. I just was not satisfied with this at all.
Being a simple build and fire mod there is no wattage to adjust. Wattage is governed by the battery life and ohms. With a full battery and 0.8ohm coil, we are literally talking 22w which of course goes down as the battery drains. Lose a wrap and you are getting a maximum of 29w and much less battery life.
The battery did last me a good part of the day but it just was not pleasing to vape. When I did lose a wrap from the coil the battery life suffered and all I really got was a slightly warmer vape.
Demon Killer Tiny Kit Hit or Miss
I think the review above will pretty much give this away. I really wanted to love this, I did not expect to be blown away but I did expect better. Its a gimmick and that’s about it.
I get the point of it, its small, stealthy and some people out there will love it. The addition of the squonk pin I thought was cool at first. Then I built it and realised one squeeze on a squonk is going to fill this thing to the top. It just becomes something that is as pointless as the rest of the mod.
Sorry Demon Killer but for me, this misses the mark. It’s cool for novelty value alone but anything else I would steer clear.
I am Jay (VapingWithJay) and I am a passionate vaper from the UK. Not only an avid vaper but I love nothing more than to share my thoughts on the latest products in the industry and helping others on their vaping journeys. Happy reading and vape on!