Joyetech Atopack Penguin Review

Pod, or cartridge systems have become fairly popular in the last two years, but so far they’ve largely been used in closed vaping systems that don’t allow refilling. With the Atopack Penguin mod, Chinese manufacturer Joyetech introduces giant refillable cartridges that are extremely easy to use, and pairs them with an ergonomic and surprisingly well-performing vaporizer. In my humble opinion, this innovative yet practical combination has all the makings of a big hit and the potential to change the casual vaping sector for the better, much better.

A Look at the Contents

The Joyetech Atopack Penguin comes in this large cardboard box with the large drawing of a penguin covering the front, and the the list of contents as well as a bunch of pictograms on the back.


The kit itself slides out of the box from the side, and contains the Penguin mod, two ceramic-casing coil-heads designed specifically for this device, a USB charging cable, a user manual, and a couple of silicone covers for the drip tip and cartridge. Apart from the e-liquid, you have everything you need to start vaping right away, which is just what you want as a casual vaper looking for a simple-to-use mod.

It’s a decent-looking kit, but as we all know, it’s how the contents come together, and their performance that really matters at the end of the day. And that’s where the Atopack Penguin really shines.


Design and Build Quality

As its name suggests, the design of the Atopack Penguin was inspired by the adorable flightless bird we all know and love (well, most of us, anyway). It has a distorted oval shape with the built-in plastic drip tip rising out of the removable cartridge. Joyetech offers five color combinations to choose form, but if you’re into penguins, I definitely recommend the black and white combination.

The Penguin has two main components, a non-removable 2,000 mAh battery encased in a zinc-alloy body, and a replaceable, rechargeable plastic cartridge which also incorporates a plastic drip tip. Fitting the cartridge onto the battery couldn’t be simpler – just grab it, slide it into the large hole at the top of the vaporizer and it clicks into place. To remove it, you can simply grab the drip tip and pull it off, or, to make it come off easier, push up on the small indentation on the back of the mod. Anyway you choose to do it is fine.


The Atopack Penguin has just one button, a large plastic fire button. It doesn’t rattle at all, is nice and clicky when pressed, and requires only the slightest bit of pressure to activate the battery. The plastic may feel cheap to the touch, but it’s actually a very responsive fire button.

The only other noteworthy elements on this vaporizer are the LED battery indicators and the microUSb charging port. There are five LED lights located right under the fire button, which light up white whenever you use the mod. When the battery is full, all five LEDs will come on, and as you deplete the battery, they will go out one by one. When you need to recharge the battery, the LED lights will blink rapidly 40 times. That’s quite the number of flashes, considering you’re about to run out of power.


The microUSB port can only be used for charging, not firmware upgrades (this mod doesn’t support this feature), but the nice thing about it is that it’s a fast-charging port, meaning it charges at 2A. We’ve seen the same feature on the more advanced Wismec Predator 228, and it works just as well on the Penguin.

While the simplicity and ergonomic design of the Joyetech Atopack Penguin is sure to appeal to beginners and casual vapers, its most interesting feature is definitely the refillable cartridge. My sample for this review came with a large 8 ml capacity cartridge, but the Chinese manufacturer has announced that it will also release 2 ml cartridges compliant with the European TPD. Obviously, if you can, definitely go for the 8 ml version, it’s infinitely better.


Apart from the built-in drip tip, the Atopack cartridge also features a large airflow slot on top. Unfortunately, it is not adjustable, and that affects the mouth-to-lung vaping capabilities of this device a lot. Basically, even though the coil is very tight, the large airflow doesn’t restrict the draw enough for MTL. I personally am not too bothered by that, as I prefer direct lung hits anyway, but it’s probably a pretty big con for mouth -to-lung vapers. On the plus side, its strategic location (on top of the mod) means you won’t have to worry about leaking.

On the bottom, the cartridge comes with a silicone cap, which you have to replace with one of the two ceramic casing coil-heads included in the kit. I suggest you give it a thorough wash before installing the coil, just to be safe, after which either leave it to dry, or use a napkin to absorb any water droplets.


You’ll notice two holes inside the cartridge, one that leads up to the drip tip, and one in the center that acts as a fill port. Since the inner casing is made of silicone, you can pretty much fit any dropper or unicorn bottle head into the hole to fill the cartridge without any leaking. You can fill it up to the very top, in which case you’ll notice that it holds almost 9 ml of e-liquid, or keep an eye on the markings on the side of the cartridge and stop at the max level of 8 ml. Once you’re done, just press one of the two coil-heads into the space where that silicone cap used to be, and you’re good to go.

The one thing I don’t like about the Atopack Penguin cartridge system, and I don’t know how Joyetech missed this, is that you can’t see the level of juice in the cartridge without taking it out of the mod. A simple cutout on one side of the mod, like on the Joyetech eGrip 2 would have been enough, but they chose not to do it for some reason. That doesn’t make any sense, to be honest.

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To make sure that the cotton wicking of the coil-head is saturated with e-liquid, either put a few drops of juice into the coil before inserting it into the cartridge, or just put it in bone dry, put your finger on the airflow slot, on the top of the cartridge, and draw on the drip tip a couple of times, WITHOUT pressing the fire button. This way, the vacuum will just suck juice into the cotton, and you won’t have to wait for it to saturate naturally.

That’s about all there is to say about the design and features of the Joyetech Atopack Penguin. It’s a simple, beginner-friendly mod that closely resembles closed systems like the Kimsun Air10, but with the added benefits of being refillable, having great battery life and performing like a champ.


Battery Life and Performance

The Joyetech Atopack Penguin comes with a built-in 2,000 mAh battery, which is pretty darn good for an entry-level mod. The very similar Kimsun Air10 had a 1,700mAh battery, so this is slightly better, and it’s biggest selling point is the fast-charging feature. It charges up completely much faster than usual, and even 20 minutes of charging gets you a few more hours of vaping time.

Obviously, you’re going to get slightly better battery life when using the higher-resistance MTL coil (0.5Ω), than when vaping with the direct-lung one (0.25Ω).


But while battery life may be decent, the vaping performance of the Atopack Penguin is fantastic. Whichever of the coils you decide to try out first, you’ll definitely be able to enjoy a satisfying vape. I really didn’t expect this kind of vapor production from a direct output device, but the Penguin actually performs like a really good advanced mod. The only difference is that you don’t have to figure out complicated settings or deal with messy refilling.

I’ve mostly been using the 0.25Ω coil-head, because it produces slightly warmer and denser vapor, and because the large-diameter coil inside allows for an airier direct-lung hit. I’ve been vaping it almost exclusively for six days now and it’s still performing great. I’ve noticed no major change in flavor, and the cotton is in pretty good shape as well. That depends a lot on what kind of e-liquid you’re using, so if you want to get more out of each coil-head, I suggest you go for clear, unsweetened juices.


The mouth-to-lung coil-head, on the other hand, doesn’t really work as intended. That’s a pro for me, actually, but only because I’m not a fan of MTL vaping. The coil-head itself is well-made, but because of the large airflow slot on top of the cartridge, you’re just not going to get that smoking-like restrictive draw that MTL is all-about. It’s more like a restrictive direct-lung hit, and the only way to make it better is to cover up the airflow half-way with your finger. But you shouldn’t have to do that, and Joyetech could have easily fixed this flaw by implementing some sort of slider for the airflow.

But, if you’re strictly interested in direct lung vaping, the Joyetech Atopack Penguin is simply amazing. I was a little skeptical about how it would perform, especially after seeing how small the wicking slot on the ceramic casing coil-heads was, but somehow they manage to remain perfectly saturated even in chain-vaping conditions, and produce incredible clouds of vapor. It’s hard for me to put into words how good the vapor production truly is, so I’m just going to say that it’s on par with other more advanced and expensive devices. I should also mention that there is virtually no delay when pressing the fire button, and the ramp-up of the coil is lightning fats.


One thing to keep in mind is that the Atopack Penguin mod performs best when fully charged or plugged into a USB port. At full charge, it has an output of 50W, but that decreases as the battery depletes, and you start to see a noticeable difference in vapor production starting at three LED indicators, and it gets worse from there. But just stick it into a USB port, and you’re back to vaping at full power.


The Joyetech Atopack Penguin is an awesome device. It’s simple to use, ergonomic and performs like an advanced vaporizer. Yes, it has some flaws, like the absence of a cutout to see the level of e-liquid in the cartridge, and the airy airflow slot that makes MTL vaping difficult, but the pros definitely outweigh the cons. Also, the its light weight and plastic inserts may give some people the impression of a cheap build quality, but this is one surprisingly sturdy mod. It just happens to be pocket-friendly and ultra-light.


One of the main lures of the Joyetech Atopack Penguin is the price. Urvapin currently has it for sale for $28.95, but register for a free account and you get a special price ! That’s a crazy low price for such an impressive device. So yeah, I think Joyetech has another winner on their hands, a worthy successor of the popular eGo AIO, if you will.

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Joyetech EGO ECO Reviewe

eGo by Joyetech, all-in-one, a global solution, smart and autonomous

Early 2015, I was discovering with you the Ego One by JoyeTech, one of the first, simple and powerful kits to initiate and probably satisfy new comers. JoyeTech also proposed us, in a different style but sill as a kit, the eGrip, a beautiful object and an innovative concept.

It is not JoyeTech’s first attempt and the brand is prepared to comply with the implementation of the new European regulation.

Joyetech offers us a mastery festival for its manufacturing quality and its creativity to elegantly secure this vaporizer. More recently, in February 2016, I was testing and also awarded a 4/5 the new Cubis by JoyeTech that was innovative in many areas. This AIO eGo reuses, adjusts and complements the whole system of the Cubis in this small and discreet kit.

A serene vape with security and simplicity

Joyetech was my first favorite brand when I became an exclusive vaper and I am pleased, today, to offer you this eGo AIO in test, that integrates all the elements necessary for a serene vape, with security and simplicity. I can not tally the number of persons “outdated” by the technical requirements of the vape. It was easier to smoke than to vape, and this technical aspect is what I enjoy. Try it by yourself.

This AIO Ego is well-born, well made ​​and intelligently thought as a global and autonomous solution, even if it is true that the capacity of 2 ml will oblige users to fill it up frequently, especially as the coil of 0.6 Ω is pretty greedy.

A tank of 2 ml, child-proof, smart and backlight design, impeccable finish by Joyetech: A success and a good successor for the old eGo One

This Joyetech eGo AIO by JoyeTech is a set provided with a battery pack, a clearomizer, a coil and a USB cable for something around €30. It brings this highly competitive rates all required to vape in a small space and let’s face quite enticing .

In one year, JoyeTech surpassed all concurrents with small and affordable kits but not only, when you consider the whole range of its products. A smart come back.

The packaging is perfect as always.

The set is beautifully presented and it has everything you need to start vaping. The reduced price is pretty amazing considering the quality of the offer.

You’ll get a spare Pyrex drip-tip  and a coil, for the same price. And this time if this is your first purchase, I would advise you to buy 2 of them to charge one as you use the other.

It’s another great performance from JoyeTech to have integrated the characteristics of the promising Cubis in such a small volume. By the way, this small size also brings it its main flaw: An excessive heat after for five consecutive puffs.

The box content is more than correct for the price. You ‘ll find a USB cable, a spare coil, a Pyrex drip-tip and a user manual that does not require you to use a magnifying glass.

As always with JoyeTech, the assembly is very good, all appears as a sort of mini mod that you can easily hide in the palm of your hand.

The thread is acceptable and the airflow adjustment ring works but it will not be the highlight of this eGo because, as for Cubis, the airflow is limited by the air intake resistance itself. Therefore even when the airflow, tightened to its maximum, reduces the air intake, it does not really change the pattern of your vape. Its 0.6 Ω coils are aerial enough but no more.

You will need an expert sight to notice the two tiny dots that indicate the max airflow when face to face. But the essential is not there.

The fire button is a square of plastic that is easily falls under the fingers. This is slightly above the battery and is easily detectable in the dark. Its use is agreable and I found no jingling noise in use.

In terms of colors, you will be able to light up your tank in 7 different colors. Especially useful because it will allow you to easily check the level of liquid in the tank. And with this small capacity is a real advantage. Believe me the 2 ml are really quickly vaporized.

This is certainly a success in terms of design, usability and simplification.

Even the black marks are not just there to look pretty but they also show that the fluid level is not exceeded during filling.

Add to that a complete absence of leak from the bottom, as in the Cubis, and you have the keys to a future bestseller.

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Technical features

The main features of the eGo AIO are:

  • 1 plastic fire on the top of the battery (On and Off by 5 quick presses)
  • 1 childproof top cap (push to open)
  • Automatic variable wattage
  • No thread
  • Weight: 75 g (full)
  • Diameter: 19 mm
  • USB charging (no cover)
  • 1 Delrin drip-tip and 1 glass drip-tip glass covered with an anti-heat layer
  • Display of remaining battery by a flashing LED
  • Material: plastic/stainless steel
  • User manual
  • Usb cable
  • Length: 118 mm
  • Capacity: 2 ml
  • Battery capacity: 1500 mAh
  • 5 colors available
  • Coil: 0.6 Ω with central airflow

Simple Use, ideal filling system and a battery life of 3 hours provided you refill your tank 2 to 3 times

After 5 Press on the button, a micro LED lights on and shows the volume in your tank. It’s convenient, classy but rather conspicuous. But JoyeTech has thought about everything and included an unlit stealth mode, very useful in dark environments.

As for the eGo One and it is also criticism, JoyeTech offers in its starting pack resistances too low. Here it one finds 0.6 Ω in stainless steel. Of course, they work pretty well and maybe even too well for such a small atomizer with a limited airflow.

This resistance heats very quickly and will naturally communicate the heat to the top cap that can become a bit too hot hair in chain puffs.

Fortunately, the drip-tip does its job even though I would have liked it longer not to touch the top cap. Let me add that this coil obviously consumes a lot of liquid.

The average battery life of my setup ranged between 3h00 and 3h30 with the 0.6 Ω coil. In summary, I vaped approximately 4 to 5 ml in 3 or 4 hours. These are obviously averages. It heavily consumes but with such a very simple filling system, is less painful than with other kits.

As for child safety system, I discuss its usefulness but I would only bring back that it makes screwing the top cap less simple after filling.

Finally, to finish on a compliment to JoyeTech, the staff managed to correct the principal weakness of the Cubis, an unpleasant liquid lift up after each refill, during the first 3 or 4 puffs. The drip-tip, whose interior is twisted, seems to have something to do with this.

In summary

The “+”:

  • Ultra easy filling
  • Trendy and attractive design
  • Tank backlit
  • Lightweight
  • Complete set for an immediate start
  • Good manufacturing quality
  • Choice of 2 different drip-tip
  • USB charging on the side
  • Operating manual in different languages
  • Price and value for money

The “-“:

  • A 0.6 Ω coil that transmits too much heat to the top cap
  • too small volume of liquid but complies with new EU TPD regulations
  • Too hot steam beyond 4 to 5 puffs
  • Airflow too noisy
  • Coil’s price too high
  • Low battery alert late too


This surely will be a hit for JoyeTech. Beautiful mastery including the tariff. Congratulations! Its small volume, its usability and “all-in-one” characteristics are real advantages. It just missed the 5/5 because of its too hot subohm coils. But it is also clear that this defect could be corrected by using a coil type closer to 1 Ω. Hurry up!

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Hugo Vapor Orbiter GT230 Preview

The Orbiter GT230 Mod By Hugo Vapor Previewed

Oh lord what on earth is this? Well it is in fact the Hugo Vapor Orbiter GT230 mod.orbiter gt230 poster

Hugo Vapor have never been scared to knock out something a bit different. Sometimes it has worked well like with the amazing Squeezer Squonk kit. Sometimes it looks hideous like the Ranger GT234 mod and the Rader Mage mod.

And sadly to me at least the Orbiter falls into the hideous category.orbiter posters

Poor thing can’t help how it looks though so let’s look deeper into what the Orbiter GT230 has to offer!orbiter gt230 components

For a start one big selling point is the ability to use 30mm tanks on this with no overhang – there are not many mods capable of this.orbiter 30mm tank

The maximum output is 230W as the name suggests and this is achieved using 2×18650 batteries which you don’t get in the kit.

On the front is the 0.96in colour TFT screen. You can display a clock on here plus the various user modes which include Variable Wattage, Temperature Control, TCR and Custom mode.orbiter screen

The mod is designed to be ergonomic and nice to grip and is apparently lightweight at 70g – but I don’t know if this is with batteries installed or not?

There are 3 colours available – Splatter, Flash and Red Camo.hv orbiter gt230 colours

Kit Includes

  • Hugo Vapor Orbiter GT230 Mod
  • USB Cable
  • User manual
  • Silicone case

Hugo Vapor Orbiter GT230 Mod Specs

  • Mod size: 96x58x38mm
  • Output wattage: 230W
  • Resistance range: 0.06Ω – 3.0Ω
  • Output mode: VW/TC-Ni/TC-Ti/TC-SS
  • 0.96in colour TFT screen
  • No overhang with 30mm tanks
  • Battery: 2×18650 not included
  • TCR and Clock functions
  • User mode
  • Firmware upgradeable

hugo vapor orbiter gt230 specsYeh well I really am not sure what to put here – I am trying to be nice…

Performance wise this could be a great mod – plus if you spill paint or your meal on it you won’t notice?

Let me know what you think of the Hugo Vapor Orbiter GT230 mod in the comments below – and be kind – it has feelings you know!

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Sigelei Top1 230W Review

The Top1 230W is a  dual battery box designed by Sigelei, whose form is to say the least original, not to say kitsch. But it would be a shame to stop at this apparent obsolescence: it is a remarkable box.


The manometer vape

The Top1 is a fairly massive box, built in zinc alloy. His finishes are good, and his adjustments impeccable . Its forms are reminiscent of a manometer.

The batteries are inserted at the bottom, the hatch looks solid and does not come off in a pocket or bag.

The big round screen of 33 mm in diameter is the keystone of this box. Even when it is off, it remains able to display the time on the image of a gilded mechanical watch. It hurts, but the most important for us is the chipset . It is well made , works in both power mode and temperature mode and its organization is clear and intuitive.

This chipset is theoretically capable of producing 230 W, but obviously this is exaggerated: it does not rise to more than 200 W with fully charged batteries and a resistance of 0.2 ohm. With partially discharged batteries, it will rise to 140 W. The box therefore produces the requested power up to 140/160 W, which is more than enough. Beyond, as for all the double battery box, it is powder in the eyes.

Three clicks on the fire button display three menus: “Mode” to choose its vape mode, “Set” to adjust certain parameters and “Exit” to return to the main screen.

The mode menu offers control of the power or temperature with conventional wires and a TCR option which allows to define even the temperature coefficient of an exotic wire, mithril for example, that can be found on the online shop of the cooperative of Moria. In temperature mode, it is possible to lock the resistance value by pressing the + and – buttons at the same time.

The “Set” menu allows, among other things, to set the preheat to three predefined values ​​or to a personal value. In addition, it is possible to display the main screen in two ways, either as a counter (see below), or in a very large font, very useful in a sunny environment.

Finally, the chipset is able to charge the batteries in a balanced way, so it will be possible to do without an external charger without damage to the batteries

Technical Review

The essential characteristics of Sigelei box Top1

Dimensions mod 89 of 56 out of 32
Weight of the mod 193 g (280 g with batteries)
Drums 2 18650 batteries not included
Charge USB
Power 10 to 230 W
Temperature control Yes
Max. of the atomizer 30 mm
Screen round, diam 34 mm, color
Materials Zinc alloy
Available colors multiple

Kitsch, but top!

So yes, it is kitschissime, it will not please everyone. I must admit that I was not seduced unpacking, I first postponed his trial to later. But when I finally decided to insert two batteries, I was seized by its ergonomics: its handling is as obvious and friendly  as that of an old tool or a bottle of coke (a real, not a bobbin!). It is the fact that it is narrower at the bottom that makes the difference with other boxes, it follows the lines of the palm, its maintenance and very natural.

In addition, the large firing button falls well under the finger that is chosen, thumb or index. Its softness can also be a defect: it is better to extinguish the box before sliding it in a pocket. In terms of defects, I also regret that Sigelei does not take advantage of the large size of its screen to display much more important data than the number of puffs: the intensity of the current in amperes. 

Beyond the remarkable ergonomics, the chipset suffers no obvious defect and animates all atomizers in all possible modes. The big screen in color must consume more energy than a small monochrome screen, but I have not measured a clear difference in autonomy compared to other boxes: the chipset seems to handle the batteries well.

In summary

 WE love

  • The perfect ergonomics for a box of this size
  • The quality of the chipset
  • Solid construction
  • The balanced charge of the batteries
  • The screen very readable

 We do not like

  • The kitsch side, which can also be a quality
  • The lack of intensity display


The box Top1 230W is one of the best box in this price range: the chipset works well, the ergonomics are perfect, the finishes are good, it can accommodate the largest atomizers of the moment and it can even charge the batteries without them abuse. It’s a friendly box.

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SMOANT Ranker 218W Review: Big, Premium & POTENT!

SMOANT has been smashing it during the past 12 months. I’ve tested a bunch of their mods and almost all of them have been great, all round devices.

But the SMOANT Ranker 218W is the latest (and greatest?) – so how does it stack up?

First, let’s do a quick unboxing.

SMOANT Ranker 218W Review – Unboxing

SMOANT Ranker 218W

Like any vape company worth its salt, SMOANT always packages up everything in a very nice, pleasing-to-the-eye manner. The SMOANT Ranker 218W is no exception, coming in a premium-feel box complete with snug-fitting slots of the mod and the USB cable.

SMOANT Ranker 218W

It’s pretty spartan inside, however: just the SMOANT Ranker 218W mod and a little black box for the USB cable, which you use for updating the mod’s firmware. And that is literally it. SMOANT is not messing around here and I like the simplicity of its approach.

SMOANT Ranker 218W Review – Design

SMOANT Ranker 218W

The mod is BIG. It looks domineering even in picture form on the front of the box, but nothing will prepare you for just how bad ass this thing looks in the flesh. Yes, it is very big. But, importantly, the styling is very much on point.

It kind of looks and feels like a premium, well-made SMOK mod. The entire right side of the mod is dedicated to a recessed fire bar. A gorgeous, 1.3in OLED display sits from and centre, and the left hand side and back panel features a soft-touch leather print.

SMOANT Ranker 218W

SMOANT Ranker 218W

My SMOANT Ranker 218W is the Tarnish color option, which looks like gun metal to me, and the soft-touch leather accent is done in a dark, reddy brown. I really like the look of the SMOANT Ranker 218W.

It’s not as fancy-looking as the ridiculously opulent ASVAPE Michael mod, but it is certainly stylish enough.

As soon as I unboxed it I knew I was in for a treat; the entire design just really pops. And it looks SICK with my gun metal Dead Rabbit RDA on top of it. Kind of like the handle of gun, just with a display set in the middle of it. Very, very cool stuff, indeed.

In the hand, the SMOANT Ranker 218W feels cool and premium. It has a nice weight and gravity to it that just screams luxury. Like the VooPoo DRAG, the SMOANT Ranker 218W feels extremely sturdy – like it could withstand a gunshot or being thrown against a wall, not that you would want to do this.

The SMOANT Ranker 218W has two buttons, located just below the OLED display, that are used to move up and down through the menus and the power settings. The UX is the same as the one on the SMOANT Cylon, meaning you’re in good hands. Everything is laid out simply inside the UX, leaving you free to tweak your vaping experience with minimal fuss.

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SMOANT Ranker 218W Review – How’s It Hit?

SMOANT Ranker 218W

Pretty darn good. Like the SMOANT Cylon, it hits like a freight train more or less right off the bat.

The chip it uses (Ant 218 V2) is a very competent setup, with TONS of features which make it really easy to customise your vaping experience with things like wattage/temp curves and the like. Implementing these curves is also very easy, just a few clicks in the UX and you’re away.

Personally speaking, I’m a bit of a purist – I tend to just vape in wattage mode with zero bells and whistles. This is just the way I like to vape; I like to keep things simple. But I do appreciate it when brands add additional features like this, as I know A LOT of vapers really enjoy using them.

The only thing that might put some off this mod is its design; it’s big and chunky, and that might not suit everybody’s tastes.

I love the way it looks, however, I also really dig the leather accent that wraps around the box.

It is big and it is chunky, but it’s designed for hard-hitting tanks and RDAs. But if you’re into things like that, you tend to like big mods.

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If you like the way it looks, be sure to check this mod out. SMOANT makes some really great hardware, and the RANKER 218W is no exception 🙂