This was a great little devices with a few quirks that caused me to downgrade. I bought this because I was tired of my gas station stick with the disposable pods, and want something portable that I can take anywhere. The great thing about this little deal, is how portable and discreet it is. Using nic salts, you can sneak a puff pretty much anywhere without attracting attention. So, I always carried this along with my other device in case that would run out of charge or liquid. Also, no proprietary charge system and can use any of my USB cords.
However, this thing is quirky. I had to hold it down slightly or wiggle to get a hit. Plus, you need to draw pretty hard sometimes to get it started. Wrapping your hand around it helps, kind of restricting the air flow through the device. Also, one chamber seems to drain faster than the others. The solution is simply to pop open the filling flaps and let the liquid even out. Also, the pod leaked (not much) after numerous refills requiring cleaning the bottom of the pod, and then dragging a rag inside the pod chamber. While these are minor inconveniences; -1 star.
One of my pet peeves with any device is reliability and sustainability to keep it running. For instance, not being able to get a coil for a tank, or replace a tank glass. as this seemed to be harder and harder to get it going, and figuring the pod was burnt (I've had it about a month), I looked for replacement pods. No such luck, until I found some overpriced ones at a local vape shop. Even so, the thing was getting more unreliable;-1 star.
Unfortunately, it eventually died. Ultimately, it comes down to durability. I think "Drop" is appropriate because I've probably "dropped" the thing about 5 times, including losing it in the yard lawn mowing. Maybe something with the shape, but seems prone to have it slip out of my hand or pocket. Even so, it still seemed to charge and work (with the quirks getting worse), and I was happy because you drop some other mods and it results in cracked tank glass or worse. So, it was either replace the pod or add it to my bin of oldies. I decided to take it apart instead. What I think happened, was there is a small air switch underneath a rubber piece, and the reason these are quirky is it doesn't seal well against the pod bottom. Hence, wrapping the hand around is a pseudo seal. Also, as the pod leaked, it likely caused the air switch to become saturated, and I also believe a connection severed after my last "Drop". -1 star on dying after a month.
Overall I think this is a good start, but Suorin need to do some enhancements to make it viable for the price (these things can be $40 at a vape shop).