Suorin Drop review by dw1986

Review Date: 
21.06.2018

Suorin Drop

Suorin's follow up to the best selling Suorin Air is the Suorin Drop, a tiny, water drop shaped pod system designed for high nicotine and nicotine salt vaping!

Like it's predecessor, the Suorin Drop is one of the smallest all in one (AIO) devices on the market today, and it has a 310mAh built in battery with a huge range of different, stylish finishes to choose from!

Specs

  • 73mm x 49mm x 12mm
  • All In One (AIO) pod system device
  • Tiny form factor
  • Replaceable 2ml capacity pods
  • Easy refilling
  • 1.3ohm-1.4ohm coil resistance
  • LED battery life indicator
  • USB recharging
  • Huge range of different colour finishes

What's in the Box?

  • Suorin Drop
  • Suorin Drop 2ml cartridge
  • User manual
  • USB charging cable

Design and Build Quality

Measuring a tiny 73mm x 49mm x 12mm, the Suorin Drop is a water-drop shaped pod system that easily fits into the palm of my hand, and it's one of the smallest, if not the smallest, AIO device I've ever held!

It looks incredibly smart too, with near flawless build quality and finish giving it the feel of a real premium device. Suorin have released a vast range of different colour finishes for the Drop too, meaning that you should be able to find one to suit your liking!

At the top of the Suorin Drop is the removable cartridge, which is fitted with a 1.3ohm-1.4ohm coil head, has a 2ml capacity and is refilled through the base by removing the silicon bung. 

On the Suorin Drop itself, a non slip finish is found, along with a raised Suorin logo which definitely doesn't double up as a power button! At the base is the USB charging port.

Using the Suorin Drop and Performance

Firstly, the cartridge needs to be filled with E-Liquid, at the base of the cartridge are two rubber bungs covering two separate filling ports. I'd recommend filling the cartridge through both of these to ensure the pod fills up to its 2ml maximum capacity! After filling for the first time, let juice sit in the pod for five minutes before vaping. You should expect to get 4-5 refills out of each pod, however only one is included in the kit.

Simply draw on the Suorin Drop to fire it, there are no buttons present on the device! I get a nice mouth to lung draw, ideal for a beginner vaper, with good flavour to match too. I've been using the Suorin Air with nicotine salt based liquids, and it works really well with these, it's really best suited to high nicotine containing E-Liquids. I get a good nicotine hit off of it, perfect for a quick nicotine hit on the move!

A built in 310mAh battery is found on the Suorin Air, which will last me most of the day in rotation with a few other pod systems. It does charge back up quickly via USB, meaning you aren't without it for too long!

Conclusion

The Suorin Drop has become one of my go-to pod systems at the time of writing, I tend to carry a couple of pod systems around with me at all times (ok make that 4-5 pod systems!) and I do find that I tend to reach for this one more than others at the moment!

I love the looks and the tiny form factor, and when filled with nicotine salt based E-Liquid I get a decent nicotine hit off of it as and when I need it. To be fair, I've been using it so much recently, I'm considering picking up at least one more of them!  You can enter our competition to win one of these great little devices here.

 Dan Willis
Article by Dan Willis
Dan was an early adopter of vaping as a way to quit smoking and has seen and done pretty much all there is to see and do in the vaping world! From Ego batteries to mechs and from rebuildables to pods there isn't much that Dan hasn't tried.