Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter Kit Review | A Compact and Sleek Vape Pen Kit

Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter Kit

Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter Kit Review

The Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter kit with Armor NS Pro Tank is the latest Vape Stick kit from Wismec. Wismec is a company that has been around for a long time and is under the Joyetech umbrella. The Sinuous Solo features an internal 2300mah battery and is a simple non-adjustable stick that has 2 modes. It also features a LED around the fire button for battery charge and mode.


The included tank is the Armor NS Pro 22mm tank which is a smaller version of the one I reviewed in the past and I’ll focus on how it works with the stick battery. It’s available in 5 colors, Silver, Dazzling (rainbow), Red, Black, and White.

Wismec Sinuous Solo Features & Specs: 


  • Dimensions – 90mm by 22mm
  • Weight – 72.5g
  • Integrated 2300mAh Rechargeable Battery
  • Maximum Wattage Output: 40W
  • Bypass Mode
  • Constant Power Mode
  • Overcharge Protection
  • Over-Discharge Protection
  • Over 10s Protection
  • Short-Circuit Protection
  • Overcurrent Protection
  • Micro USB Port – 2A Max Charge



  • 22mm Diameter
  • Weight – 38.6g
  • 2.0mL Standard Juice Capacity
  • Superior Stainless Steel Construction
  • Pyrex Glass Reinforcement
  • Wismec WS Amor Coils
  • 0.27ohm WS-M Coil Head – Rated for 30-60W
  • 1.3ohm WS-04 MTL Coil – Rated for 8-14W
  • Push Slide Top Cap Top Fill System
  • Dual Adjustable Bottom Airflow
  • 510 Drip Tip
  • Detachable Structure
  • Gold-Plated 510 Connection


Wismec Sinuous Solo Packing List:

  • Wismec Sinuous Solo
  • Amor NS Pro
  • 0.27ohm WS-M Head
  • 1.3ohm WS04 MTL Head
  • Warning Card
  • QC USB Cable
  • Spare Parts
  • Two User Manuals

Wismec Sinuous Solo Battery Rundown

The Wismec Sinuous Solo battery is an automatic adjustable simple stick with a fire button. There is an LED around the fire button. It tells you the battery level by how fast it flashes. If there is 60% or more battery, it will stay lit; 30-59% it will flash slowly; 10-29% it will flash moderately; less than 10% it will flash quickly. That needs to be better done in my opinion but at least it’s somewhat of a battery meter. If it flashes fast, it’s time to charge it.

As far as adjustable goes it has 2 output modes like the Vandy Vape Berserker MTL kit or Exceed NC kit. The difference between this kit and those, however, is that you can’t pick the mode yourself. Any coil with a resistance of 0.79 or less will be green on the LED signaling it’s in bypass or direct output mode. At 0.8 ohm or higher, the LED will be white signaling it’s in constant output mode.


Battery Rundown Continued

The stick itself looks really nice. There is not much of a design. It’s just a basic stick with some lines of contrasting color for a little style but nothing too gaudy. The coloring is nice as well and looks like a nice matte finish on my white one.

It can handle a 22 mm atomizer without overhang which is the size of the included Armour NS pro tank and makes it have an AIO (all-in-one) type look to it.  It feels well built and is all metal but it’s also really light. The USB port is on the side and they list 2 amp fast charging.

The only testing I did on this battery is the charge rate and battery capacity. I know I tested some in the past but based on the type of kit it is and what it’s used for I don’t feel it’s 100% necessary. The highest charge rate I got personally was 1.7A so I’m good with the 2A max rating they give. The battery I tested at 2207mAh so the 2300 mAh rating they list is also good as well. No complaints there and charges fast with a good size battery.

Armor NS Pro Tank performance

Quick rundown on the tank. It’s a 22mm diameter using a 510 drip tip and comes with a matching one depending on your color option so mine is white and a 2ml capacity. The Armor NS Pro uses a slide back to fill method as well. The airflow is made for both MTL and DTL so has 2 large DTL slots as well as 3 small holes for MTL. My main focus on this will be how does the tank perform with the Sinuous Solo battery.


It comes with 2 coils. One is the WS-M .27ohm mesh coil for DTL and the other is the WS04 MTL 1.3ohm coil for MTL vaping. I started with the WS-M mesh coil. I ran 14ml hoping it would break in but it never did and the coil died and burned out as well. It was mostly just a hot flavorless vape and made the whole tank get hot as well. Then I used the WS04 MTL coil. It did give a good flavor for an MTL vape but sadly burned out after 6ml of use so poor coil life. It also had a slight whistle as well but not a big deal compared to the poor coil life.

Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter Kit Pros & Cons 


  • Build quality of mod and tank
  • Size and weight for portability
  • Simple sleek design
  • Battery life (2300mah battery)
  • AFC is easy to adjust and smooth
  • Standard 510 tip
  • Easy to refill
  • Decent battery indicator
  • Passthrough vaping
  • Nice bright LED
  • MTL coil has good flavor for MTL
  • Color options (5)


  • Poor vape from the mesh coil
  • Both coils have poor life
  • Small 2ml capacity

The Solo Starter Kit Video Review


So with all that said, do I recommend the Wismec Sinuous Solo Starter Kit or not? I don’t like to do a hard yes or no, but this is going to lean towards the no. Starter kits like this rely heavily on the coil performance. Its mesh coils don’t last at all and die too fast. If they could fix the coil life on the MTL coil and market it as an MTL starter kit, it could be awesome.

Anthony Vapes

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.