Vaping Championships Mod vs Mod!

Every Monday throughout February we are giving you the chance to vote for your favourite mod.Why you may ask? We understand that everybody’s vaping experience is different we want to see which devices you find most user-friendly, reliable and cosmetically pleasing!

With hundreds of vaping devices on the market right now, it can be difficult to choose a new mod. Some devices have built-in batteries whilst others require additional 18650 batteries to function. There are devices for beginner vapers, advanced vapers and experienced vapers.

Most vape newbies may not be familiar with the terms variable wattage, temperature control or sub ohm vaping. Fear not, like everything in life it will come to you in time. If you are in dire need of help, well, we offer advice online and offline. Our store staff are highly experienced and can help you make the correct choice for your vaping needs. In addition, we have an army of online wizards who are constantly monitoring our social media and support channels to help you start your vaping journey - so don’t be a stranger and slide on in to our DMs!

Without further ado, it’s time to….

Meet the champions!

Week 1 - Kanger Togo Mini 2.0 vs Jac Vapour Vim

Our first-week features mods coming from Kangertech and Jac Vapour. Both devices are small, sleek looking and ideal for someone seeking a quality device which can be discreetly hidden in a bag or a pocket.

The Kanger Togo Mini has an integrated 1600mAh Li-Ion battery and a 1.9 ml tank. A very simple device which is incredibly easy to operate. This is the perfect mod for people looking for a secondary device or vapers searching for an upgrade from traditional pen style devices. Complimented by users for performance, flavour fidelity, vapour production and throat hit. The non-slip texture of the device makes it easy to hold and use - great for all you butterfingers out there!

The Vim from Jac Vapour has a great built-in Li-Ion 2600mAh battery. Similarly to the Kanger Togo Kit, this device is super easy to use. More than that, this vape mod has great coil longevity (please note: this depends on many factors, from the liquid used to the wattage set on the device) and is able to produce an amazing flavour all whilst being compact enough to fit in the smallest of pockets you can imagine!

Week 2 - SMOK Species vs Innokin Proton

Round 2! The Smok Species Kit vs the Innokin Proton Kit, both packing a powerful sub-ohm punch but there can only be one winner! Which one will you choose?

SMOK Species comes with the second iteration of the highly popular TFV8 Baby Beast tank and is available in a variety of bold new colours that we just can’t keep our eyes off. The maximum power output can go up to a whopping 230 watts and is fuelled by dual 18650 batteries to get you through the day.

The device itself has a 1.45” OLED screen, tonnes of safety features and is a great choice for vapers looking to amp up their vaping experience.

The Innokin Proton can be found with all the modern features TC, Ti and bypass mode. The device itself can be fired up to 235 watts and you will need two 18650 lithium-ion batteries to support all the power.

Week 3 - Geekvape Nova vs Voopoo Drag 2

Very similar devices, both featuring an amazing marbled design with multiple colour choices available to suit your mood. Lightweight, fast firing mods with little to no ramp-up time leaving you with quick reliable bursts of power resulting in some of the smoothest vapes on the market.

Geekvape Nova is one of our personal favourites at VPZ HQ. The mod features all bells and whistles you would expect from the modern vaping device. The Nova will support most new tanks and is capable to go up to 200w, pair it with 2 Li-Ion batteries and you will get a device which will last your whole day without a need to recharge (subject to usage).

Voopoo Drag 2 can be found in a huge variety of designs (all of them are amazing btw!). Max wattage can be set to 177, a rather odd number but this should be enough for most vapers out there. Similarly to other advanced mods, the Drag 2 needs to be powered up by two 18650 lithium-ion batteries.

Week 4 - SMOK Stick Prince vs Innokin Endura T20

Week four features the battle of the vape pens. Both devices are semi-advanced and aimed at vapers looking for a classical vape pen experience. SMOK will take on Innokin in the ultimate battle of the best vape mods in the UK.

SMOK Stick Prince has a large 3000 mAh built-in battery with multiple safety features for example low voltage protection and 8-second cut-off. The large energy capacity allows the device to go up to 100W - an amazing number for a pen device!

Innokin Endura T20  vape pen has only 1500mAh built-in battery, however, this should be enough for beginner vapers. The maximum wattage can go up to 35W. This may seem like an unfair fight but who are we to tell? Make the choice and choose the best vape mod yourself!


We will conduct voting using Instagram stories on our Instagram page. This can be found here. There will be exactly 24hours to make the vote so you need to hurry up!

Results will be published on our Facebook page every following Friday. So let’s choose the best vape mod in the UK together!