Daily Vaper: Hugo Vapor Boxin Review
So far we have reviewed two of Hugo Vapor’s devices; the TRX and the Boxer V2. Here we have Hugo Vapor’s Boxin mod. This mod has a maximum wattage output of 75 watts. It supports two 18650 batteries. Also noteworthy, it utilizes the DNA75 computer chip from Evolv. The Boxin is constructed from die cast zinc alloy, a durable and lightweight blend. This mod has a magnetic door cover, a particularly positive characteristic among vapers. It also is capable of firmware and software upgrades. Temperature control mode can be functioned with the Boxin and is equipped with the proper safety protections. It comes in 5 different colors.
The reviewer says this about Hugo Vapor’s Boxin: “Solid device, definitely worth mentioning and a great piece of equipment. Feels great in the hand.” Building off that positive statement, he gives an all around positive review of the Boxin mod. He also says that DNA75 mods are his favorite vape mods to date. Since the Boxin has a DNA75 chip inside, it functions efficiently like a DNA75 mod is expected to. As far as a score from 1-10, he give an 8/10. The only reduction in score comes from a little jiggle with the battery door, otherwise it would have been given a 9/10.
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