I’ve been wanting to try a regulated squonk mod for some time, and often drool at the squonk porn threads with $500 carbon fiber boxes that I simply cannot justify. All of which makes the VT inbox perfect for someone like me: a confessed squonker that wants to try a regulated mod without breaking the bank.

The VT inbox fills the bill completely. With the solid and flexible Evolv DNA75 chip it delivers dependable performance that can be as simple or complex as you wish. You can use it straight out of the box with one of the preset TC profiles provided, or delve into the Escribe software and tweak until your heart’s content. Or just go straight VW if you prefer.

It’s also nice that the output of the mod is constant throughout the life of the battery. With my mech squonkers (as with any mech) the quality and intensity of the vape diminishes as the battery is depleted. I like the consistency of the VT inbox.

The fit, finish, and form factor of the VT inbox are all very nice (aside from that minor door movement). The mod has a nice heft without feeling burdensome. It fits easily inside a pocket, purse, or pack.

So here’s what we’ve got: Evolv DNA75, regulated squonker, Maze single/dual coil dripper with two cap options, replaceable side panels, all stuff normally reserved for high-end boutique squonk boxes.

When you add it all up, the VT inbox is a heck of a nice kit at the sub $100 price point.



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