In the past we reviewed Sigelei’s Fuchai 213. Today we take a look at the “squonker” style Fuchia 213. Squonking has become a very popular method of vaping, and most companies are now producing their own versions.
The 213 is powered by a single battery: a 21700, 20700 or 18650 battery, and it can power up to 150 watts when using a 20700. Everything you need to start vaping is included, except e-juice. The mod comes in yellow, red, black and blue.
The video review below shows the Fuchai Squonk 213 Kit up close, and the analyst demonstrates how to properly operate it and breaks down its features. He observes that the squonking version is almost identical to the regular box mod. The differences are that the Fuchai 213 squonker has one fewer battery, and it is also a little thicker, to make space for the larger batteries, as mentioned.
We learn that the squonk bottle holds 5ml of e-juice; that’s less than what most squonk mods have. Overall, he likes the way it feels in hand, the style and color, and the way it functions. The flavor and vapor production is on point, he raves. On a negative note, he did point out that when pressing the fire button, there is some battery sag. For instance, when the fire button is pressed, the battery life indicator shows a large decline in battery life, but then adjusts itself back once you release the fire button.
“Well, we’re finally starting to see some adjustable wattage squonk mods from mass manufacturers, and this one, so far is one of the better ones I’ve ever tested,” he states.
So, it seems Sigelei got it right with making a pretty good first squonk mod. The price for this squonk kit is also very competitive.