Is Topside Dual Carbon Mod Better Than Aegis Squonker Mod?

Guys, good day! Are you looking for decent squonk devices? In the following, we’ll be covering two reliable squonk mods. You can just make a comparison between them to see which one you like better.

We first look at the Geekvape Aegis Squonker Mod that maintains many of the protective features that are signature to the AEGIS lineage. Reporting an IP67 rating, it is shockproof against falls and drops that would otherwise irreversibly damage other mods, while providing a strong sealed exterior to protect against water damage.


Furthermore, this mod calls on the advanced AS-100 Chipset, accurately identifying any attached atomizers, rapid and responsive firing times, and allowing the use of atomizers with a resistance as low as 0.05ohm. At the back of the mod, an interchangeable squonk section can be swapped to change the squonk backing into a non-squonk piece, preventing potentially leaky juice to be stored in the back.

Then is the DOVPO Carbon Topside Mod which features a surprisingly compact and ergonomic design. Housed in the aluminum alloy and carbon fiber body is a signature 10ml squonk bottle and two 18650 batteries (sold separately). The 10ml silicone bottle can be removed for easy cleaning, and cross-compatible with the entire Topside line up. Users can fill the bottle by simply unscrewing the spring-loaded, dual plug top cap; revealing two large fill ports.


Moreover, this mod adopts an intuitive YiHi chipset featuring a wattage range of 5-200W, a full temperature control suite, a 5 line 0.96" TFT color display, integrated protections, a 2A micro USB charging and data port, and four-button control interface. With an atomizer resistance range of 0.08-3.5 ohm, the mod is ideal for both cloud chasing and flavor chasing. Unlike the original Topside, this one is fully capable of temperature control that can support the use of nickel, titanium, or stainless steel wire; and has a TCR mode for advanced users.

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