Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod Review
The Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod is the latest mod from Revenant Vape, known for their Cartel 160 Mod. They aren’t a true manufacturer though but more of designers who contract out the manufacturing. In this case, the Delta is manufactured by Vaporesso and uses their Omni chip as well. Vaporesso makes good products and their chip is great so good decision there. The Delta is a single battery squonk mod that can take a 21700, 20700, and 18650 with a unique squonk system.
Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod Specs
- Manufactured by Vaporesso
- OMNI Board 4.0 Chipset
- Single High-Amp 18650/20700/21700 Battery – Not Included
- Wattage Output Range: 5-100 W
- Resistance Range: 0.03-5.0 ohm
- Super Play Mode
- Zinc-Alloy Chassis Construction
- Ergonomic Design and Grip
- 0.96″ TFT Color Display Screen
- Oversized Firing Button
- Three Control Buttons
- Press to Squonk Button
- Childproof PTF™ Bottom Filling System
- Insta-Fire: 0.001s
- Micro USB Charging Port
- 510 Connection
Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod Performance
Now let’s get into some data. I ran my normal testing. I used the Samsung 30T 21700 batteries for the testing. Testing resistances were done at 0.11, 0.14, 0.19, and 0.6 ohms. Wattage points were max (100), 80, 60, 40, and 20.
At 0.11 ohms it maxed out at 89 watts and 27 Amps. For the rest of the testing, it was a little on the weak side 7-8 watts at 60 or more and 2-3 watts at 40 or less. Pretty normal for single battery mods to hit a little weak at this resistance.
At 0.14 it maxed out at 102 watts. The rest was really good being on point or 1-2 watts high. For the 0.19 test, it maxed out at 98 watts. Again really accurate being on point or 1 watt off.
For the 0.6 testing, it maxed out at 104 watts and 7.889 volts. For the rest of the testing on point to 3 watts high. The volts shows there is a boost circuit like most single battery mods. Overall, I felt the performance of this mod was really good.
Other Usage Notes
The mod uses a 5 click to turn on and off. It’s 1 mode only though and that’s power mode. No TC or any other modes commonly found on Omni chips sadly.
It does still have a menu system and menu button though. You can hold that button to enter the menu which allows you to do some minor things like change the color of the screen, the screen timeout, the brightness, the puff counter or to turn on/off their super player mode and smart mode. Which they really still don’t explain either, but the super player mode does let you fire down to 0.03 ohms but really shouldn’t be necessary.
You can also click fire 3 times to lock the adjustment buttons. The mod adjusts by 0.1-watt increments if you tap or full watts if you hold it, so good job there but doesn’t a round robin.
Other Usage Notes Continued
The mod itself is built solid with no rattle on the buttons and has a solid feel and nice weight to it. The battery door is a standard bottom latch style. It fits nicely with no play on it. It’s easy to get batteries in and out without damaging wraps and takes a single battery with options of a 21700, 20700, or 18650 with the included adapter. Really nice and simple battery tray.
The paint looks nice and doesn’t scratch off and I have no visible wear. The rainbow one I have has a shiny gunmetal frame with rainbow accents. The fire button is nice and clicky and quite large.
The 510 pins gave me no issues and every atomizer I used on it worked great with no gaps but is off center. The mod can handle a 25 mm atomizer which is more than enough for a single battery mod. The screen is a good size 0.96-inch rectangle screen that is nice and bright and easy to see and is color.
The Delta comes with a 6.5 ml capacity bottle which is a nice size. The bottle is a hard plastic one and it features a siphon system where you hold down the button at the top to make the juice go into the RDA when you let it go, it’ll suck back excessive juice. It works very well and gave me no issues and I really enjoyed it. I’d just hold for like 3 seconds to refill my RDA and never flooded any of them that way.
A few I used were; Mjölnir, Baron, Bonza 1.5 and Ring Lord RDAs. Filling the bottle is interesting. It does have a spring loaded bottom fill like the Renova Zero Pod System and to use that you need a fine tooth bottle. The twist caps don’t work very well and it takes a long time and a lot of effort. Not a fan of filling that way personally.
They do include one of those bottles you can fill with though like they did for the Renova Zero. There is no spare included. I wish they would have and would have been awesome to have a quick replacement for your bottle. They just needed to include one and a cap for it. I hope they decide to at least sell the spare bottles separately at a reasonable price with caps.
Overall, a really nice squonk system that works great.
Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod Pros & Cons
- Build quality
- Color options
- Nice paint job
- Nice unique design
- Very ergonomic and comfy to hold
- No button rattle
- Nice fire button
- Accurately rated for watts
- Good volt limit
- Good amp limit
- Batteries are easy to get in and out
- Nice 510 pin
- Nice sized .96” bright color screen
- Good unique squonk system
- Takes 2170, 20700, and 18650 batteries
- Easy to use and good menu
- Non-adjustable hard pre-heat
- No spare bottle included
Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod Video Review
So with all that said, do I recommend the Revenant Vape Delta Squonk Mod or not? I don’t like to do the yes or no, but for this, I’m going to have to lean towards the yes for sure. There are a handful of good single 2×700 squonkers on the market and this one is as good as any. It could have truly stood out if they had put TC mode and the watt curve mode and such and basically took the armor pro chip and firmware and put it in this mod as it would have easily been the best single battery squonker but without it it’s just another really good one that’s well worth the look.
I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. over the past few years i got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews i decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.