Liquid Capacity: 4ml (diamond-cut glass), 5.5ml (regular)
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The Odan Mini aims to keep all of the functionality of its bigger brother. In a side by side comparison, there’s a very small noticeable difference at first glance. But how does it fare in terms of performance, and is it worth the money?
- 1x 4ml diamond-cut glass tank
- 1x 5.5ml regular glass tube
- 8x additional rubberized O-rings
- 1x 0.3ohm pre-installed mesh coil
- 1x 0.2ohm mesh coil
- 1x User manual
- 1x Warranty card
The TPD compliant version only comes with the 4ml tank, without an additional glass tube.
Build & Design
The chassis itself is constructed out of polished stainless steel. Its look depends on the color choice, with six different variations available. The high-quality PVD coating prevents scratches and scuffs even after extended use. The texture is very smooth and refined.
On the top is an 810 resin drip tip with a honeycomb pattern. Like the glass, the resin also slows down heat transfer for a comfortable vaping experience. The drip tip has a fairly wide opening to ensure good vapor transfer. On the opposite side is the airflow mechanism made out of stainless steel. The airflow can be adjusted to tailor to all different vaping styles.
Filling the Tank
- Grab the upper part where the drip tip is and pull
- Look for an arrow that points the direction in which it opens
- Push until the opening is revealed
- Fill with the wanted liquid and then close it
It seals up pretty tightly, so you won’t have to worry about any leakage. Since you need to both push and pull to open it up, chances of it accidentally opening while you’re carrying it around are slim to none. However, the hole itself is not very wide, which could be a problem with slightly bigger e-liquid nozzles.
The 0.3ohm coil has a recommended wattage rate of 35-45W. Even though it seems to be on a bit of a lower side, the performance is outstanding. It’s able to surpass even some of its higher-rated competitors. The vapor is plentiful, and the extra heat-resistant materials ensure that your e-liquid doesn’t burn up even during chain vaping.
The alternative 0.2ohm coil is somewhat higher rated at 50-60W. You can expect a slightly warmer vape, as well as a tiny bit punchier throat hit. Unfortunately, the difference is not as high as you’d expect it to be, even with the power options set over 60W. Still, it manages to bring out the flavor well without any combustion occurring.
Both of the coils are exclusive to the Odan Mini. They’re easily interchangeable through a plug & play mechanism. Due to the self-sealing coil housing, replacing the coils is possible even when the tank still has juice left in it without a single drop of liquid escaping.
The type of hit that you’ll receive dramatically depends on how open the airflow is. A completely free vape is going to be relatively cold, but you’ll lose out a bit on the flavor. The harshness is lessened, while the vapor production is ample. If you’re a cloud chaser, this is the perfect setting.
As the airflow gets more and more restricted, the flavor becomes increasingly more apparent. The draws are much tighter, while the hits get significantly stronger. The vapor is a bit on the warmer side but still manages not to be too overwhelming even with consecutive vapes.
Pros and Cons
- Fairly lightweight
- Made out of high-quality materials
- Noticeably less bulky than the original Odan
- Two coil and glass choices
- Very effective heat insulation
- Adjustable airflow
- Compatible with most devices due to the 510 connection
- Narrow fill port
- Still a bit bigger than the standard tanks