Vapeonly Mind Pod Device Review

The VapeOnly Mind Pod device was sent to me for review from Get it here. This is a new pod device from a company that has been around for a long time, but they’re known mostly for beginner devices and their popular Vpipe, which looks like a real old-school tobacco pipe.


The Mind definitely has a unique look to it. It looks like a pod device, but it also has a modern artistic look to it, or at least it does to me. It’s made of zinc alloy and it has a smooth finish all around, but it’s a little shinier on the top and bottom and or more matte finish on the main body.

If you’ve been vaping for a while, you might remember the Kanger NEBOX from way back in 2016. I think the Mind looks heavily inspired by the NEBOX. There’s nothing wrong with that, just something that came to mind. I really like the style of it.

On the side of the body is a 0.91″ LED screen that shows you the mode you’re in, the Ohm rating of your coil, the wattage setting, battery life, and puff timer.

Above that is an e-liquid window so that you can see how full the pod is. On the back of the side is the air inlet holes, which lead right to the air intake of the pod.

And on the front of the device are the buttons. You have the firing button and the up and down adjustment buttons, all of which click nicely.

The size of the Mind is 45.6mm wide, 96.6mm tall, and 16mm thick.

There are two things I don’t care for in regards to the design; the location of the charging port and the rounded bottom. The charging port would have been better if it were on the side so that the device wouldn’t have to lay down. And the rounded bottom of the device makes it really easy to tip over.


The pod pops in and out of the Mind easily using a spring-loaded system.

It’s kind of like those old entertainment centers where you push the glass to push in the magnet to make the glass door come out so that you can grab it and open it. It’s a really cool idea because it locks the pod in place but also makes it easy to release and take out. There’s no risk of the pod coming loose here.

The pod holds 2.7ml’s of e-liquid and has a built-in mouthpiece. The mouthpiece is very comfortable so I have no complaints about it.

On the top of the pod, you’ll also see this little twist cap, which is where you add your e-liquid.

It’s a big hole that’s easy to fill. The cap is easy to take off and the threading is nice. I like that it’s right here on top too because that means you don’t have to take the pod out of the device to fill it.

On the bottom of the pod is the air intake and adjustable airflow control.

You can set the airflow wide open if you want a restricted lung hit or you can close it down for a tight draw. When it’s wide open, it’s still pretty restricted, but you can get a lung hit.

When you pull out the airflow, you’ll find the replaceable coil screwed into it.


There are three coils ratings you can use in the Mind; 0.4, 0.6, and 1.2-ohm coils. The package comes with the 0.6 and 1.2-ohm coils, so you’ll need to buy the 0.4-ohm coils separately. HeavenGifts sent those to me to test too.

The 0.6-ohm coil is rated for 15-24 watts

The 0.4-ohm coil is rated for 25-36 watts

The 1.2-ohm coil is rated for 8-12 watts

These coils determine the style of vape you’re going for. The 0.4 and 0.6 coils are for slightly higher wattage and restricted lung draws, while the 1.2-ohm coil is designed for lower wattage and tight mouth-to-lung hits.

As for coil performance, these coils are excellent. They all have amazing flavor. I was very surprised at how good the flavor is out of these, even the 1.2-ohm coil, and they even perform great at their max wattages. The 1.2 ohm coils is great for high nic or salt nic liquids and the other two coils work perfectly for higher wattages. These coils really give you the option to use either tight draw or lung draw in a good way.

One thing I want to point out is that the coil seals and holds in the e-liquid, so if you pull the coil out and the pod is full, it’ll come pouring out. If the tank isn’t completely full, you could hold the pod sideways and get the coil out without too much mess.

Modes and Features

There are several modes you can access in the menu – Simple Mode, Power Mode, and Voltage Mode.

The first thing I want to point out here is that the device sets a maximum level of wattage or voltage depending on the coil you’re using. For example, if you’re using the 1.2-ohm coil head, you can only go as high as 12 watts.

You start out in Simple mode, which is perfect for beginners. In this mode, you can choose from High, Mid, and Low. And like I mentioned, even if you’re in High, you don’t have to worry about going too high for the coil and burning it out because the device won’t allow that to happen.

Wattage Mode lets you specify the wattage you want to use and that can go from 5 watts to 36 watts, but like I said, the coil dictates how high you can go.

Voltage Mode lets you specify voltage instead of wattage.

This device fires extremely fast too, which is nice. You can’t even fast-press the button to get to the menu without it trying to fire. I like that though. I don’t want a delay when I’m trying to fire it.


The battery inside the Mind is a 1500mAh battery. That’s a pretty big battery for such a little thing and should be plenty to get through the day without having to charge it.

Another very cool feature of the Mind is that it charges using a USB-C cable. I’m a big fan of that. VapeOnly says it supports 2amp fast-charge and fully charges in 45 minutes.

While it’s charging, you can vape.


  • Colors: Grey, Black, Red, and Blue
  • 5 to 36 watts
  • Supports 0.4, 0.6, and 1.2-ohm coils
  • $35 from

Final Thoughts

That’s it for the VapeOnly Mind. I absolutely love this thing. It’s a great mouth-to-lung device, it looks nice, I love the spring-loaded pod system, it’s easy for beginners to use, but also has features to appeal to more advanced vapers, and the coil heads have very good flavor. And if you want bigger lung draw hits, you can get that too. My only complaints are the rounded base which makes it easy to tip and that the charging port is on the bottom. But overall, it’s a great pod device. This has been one of my favorite pod devices I’ve used.

This was sent to me review from and you can get it from them for $35.

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