Vaporesso Target Mini Kit Review
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    Vapefly Jester Kit
    is a Chinese vaping company that designs and manufactures both mods and
    tanks. Their most popular products to date are two Gemini tanks, one a
    sub-ohm clearomizer tank with a ceramic head, the other an RTA. The
    Gemini RTA has been especially well-received.

    In 2015, Vaporesso introduced with their 75W Target VTC mod, which is
    designed to look and feel like a pistol grip. They also make the Tarot
    200 VTC mod, which I reviewed recently here on Vaping360.

    Now they’re coming out with two starter kits: the 75W Target Pro Kit,
    which has upgraded temp control over the original Target and includes
    its own Target Pro Tank with a ceramic head; and the 40W Target Mini
    Kit, which has a very compact version of the pistol-grip Target mod
    paired with a smallish Guardian tank that uses a ceramic head. The
    Target Mini Kit competes in the rapidly growing marketplace of Mini mods
    and kits aimed to provide pocket convenience and a stealth vape. The
    Mini Kit is the subject of this review.
    As of early June, 2016, the
    Target Mini Kit is still in pre-order status. I found only one site
    taking pre-orders at $60.00, but my guess is that the price will be
    considerably lower once the mod is in full production and stocked by
    numerous vendors.

    I wonder if the unit I was sent for review is a pre-production beta
    version. The presentation box, which is a very slick design, appears to
    be full retail, but the instruction manual is clearly xeroxed and cut by
    hand (with scissors, no less). On the other hand, all the features of
    the Target Mini mod are functional — wattage mode, TC mode for nickel,
    titanium, and stainless steel wire, TCR adjustments for both M1 and M2
    custom slots — so perhaps the only unfinished, pre-retail item is the
    user manual.

    Given the recent fiasco with the Sigelei 213 mod, where reviewers
    were sent pre-production units that functloned correctly, but then the
    retail version turned out to be seriously buggy, I wanted to mention the
    possibility that the Vaporesso kit I’m reviewing might not be the
    actual retail model.

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