The Success of iJoy RDTA Box Mini
The previous iJoy RDTA box mod stands out against many smaller, more streamlined competitors. Some vapers think that this hefty but versatile box mod an ugly and unwieldy device. However, iJoy seems to be listening to customer complaints about size, and then creats the 100W iJoy RDTA box mini.
At first glance, there’s no doubt this is an iJoy products. iJoy company has become very comfortable with bold colors and striking design elements, and there is no exception.
Inheriting predecessor’s limitless versatility on the build deck, large juice capacity, iJoy RDTA box mini comes with a compact and portable body, upgrade built-in 2600mAh Li-Po battery with long standby which provides a steady output. Removable tank is for easy cleaning and replacement.
More importantly, the unique built-in tank reservoir and bottom-feeding RDTA deck also returns, with little changed other than obvious capacity reduction. This tiny, palm-sized mod somehow fits 6 ml of liquid atop its compact metal body.
The handy top fill port also returns, now with a convenient raised lip and a slight outward facing angle, making this an absolute breeze to refill without getting stray droplets trapped between the cap and the metal finish. And the removable tank makes this device easy to clean without concern of accidentally frying the hardware.
Also making a welcome return is the top-flight OLED display and user interface. The bright 0.96-inch screen clearly displays battery level, wattage, voltage, ohm reading and puff duration when in use, while the easily navigable menu system will become second nature for most.
Coming in with a max power output of 100W, the Mini’s highly touted IWEPAL chipset features a full slate of options, including 200-600-degree Fahrenheit temperature control, handling the usual array of Ni/Ti/SS and TCR customizations. Tested with each type of wire, the Mini performed as expected, with no noticeable fluctuations or hiccups in getting a steady reading and output.
Additionally, the Mini features overheating protection, low power alert, atomizer short warning, and both low and high coil resistance notifications. And like the RDTA Box, there is an LED light you can activate inside the tank to let you see your juice levels.
Most impressive of the new features is the Mini’s ability to quickly change into a solid standard box mod. By removing the installed build deck, and reattaching the ring base, the Mini is capable of supporting virtually any 510-threaded tank or RDA around. All but one of my tanks and drippers performed admirably here, and didn’t look out of place on the Mini, either.
The only way to truly gauge the success of the RDTA Box Mini is by how it vapes. In that sense, it’s a knockout success. Whether using the included pre-built (and rewickable) coil head, or the spare Velocity-style deck, iJoy has come up with a tank/atomizer combination that flat out works.
Perhaps the prebuilt coil has too much cotton, which occasionally muted the flavor when not completely saturated, but a few snips can take care of that issue. The spacious deck is equally comfortable with simple coils and large, complicated builds, never once giving me any lapse in flavor, vapor or satisfaction.
But, with great portability, easily navigable menus, and a truly unique design aesthetic, iJoy has created a worthy — if not a little surprising — successor to the original. If you feel the original RDTA Box was too unwieldy, and didn’t look to the slimmer Smok Skyhook for the same experience, then your day has arrived.
In summary, with great portability, easily navigable menus, and a truly unique design aesthetic, iJoy has created a worthy—if not a little surprising—successor to the original. If you feel original RDTA box was too unwieldy but love its versatility, then iJoy RDTA box mini will be the best choice!