We were stoked to see Tesla step up their game with the likes of the new Tesla Nano 60W mod. It’s a gorgeous little package with a great form factor and large internal 2 cell Lipo battery (3600 mAh). The fit and finish are superb for the price, it’s a great first or extra box mod. Let’s dive into the details about this great little stealthy vape…
At $40 you really can’t beat what you get out of the Tesla Nano 60W. It feels like a much more premium mod, there is no major flaws, and it just looks dope. All 3 colour ways are very nice. The screen is crip and bright. The 510 threads are great and almost any atty sits nice and flush. The buttons are nice and clicky and their isn’t an ounce of rattle or play. There are a couple of little issues that we’ll get into but at this price you really can’t get upset.
The shape and size fit naturally in the hand. The finish is durable and feels very nice (slightly matte and thick). The little angle on the back side acts as a natural resting point on your pinky, and the weight is very satisfying, it’s not light but not overly heavy either. It just feels very sturdy. One of the little issues is the fire button placement, what we thought was dope at first glance is a little awkward in use at first. You quickly become accustomed to it with either a thumb or index finger fire.
Power is good, we have noticed a bit of lag or delay on firing, it usually happens when it’s been asleep, no more than half a second (but it’s noticeable). Also the firing button does like to be hit evenly, if you hit it with a bit of an angle it can under fire or delay at times. It’s reasonably accurate, to us it seems to be about 5W less power than you have set, so it’s easy to compensate unless you are looking to max out at 60W (which is feels more like 55W).
Battery life is decent. We would expect more for the 3600 mAh to be honest. If you are looking to vape at 45W+ it may become an issue for you. This mod is really a perfect on the road vape if you are looking to keep in under 40W, this is where you can get a good 8hrs at the very least. Again it’s not the most powerful or kick ass mod but lets remember the price point again.
Temp mod works just fine (we don’t do a lot of temp control) and senses you coil. All you have to do is tell it weather it’s Ni200 or Titanium, set the temp and watts and forget it. It’s a shame there isn’t a stainless preset.
If you are looking for a mod that’s super steathly and pocket friendly you need to check out the Tesla Nano 60W. It’s great to take out for the night or keep around as a second/backup mod or if you are just starting out and what something with a different form factor than a pen or tube. We are very impressed with this little guy and for the price it’s hard to beat.
TESLA 60W NANO
- Aesthetics - 9.5/109.5/10
- Hand Feel - 8.5/108.5/10
- Fit & Finish - 9/109/10
- Materials - 9.5/109.5/10
- Chipset - 8/108/10
- Features - 8.5/108.5/10
- Battery Life - 7/107/10
- Size/Weight - 10/1010/10
- 510 Connection - 8/108/10
- Button Feel - 8/108/10
- Screen - 9/109/10
- Durability - 9.5/109.5/10
- Value - 10/1010/10
- Dope Design Aesthetic
- Feels Premium
- Great Fit & Finish
- Super Simple Interface
- Auto Sensing Temp Coils
- 3600 mAh Battery
- Bright & Crisp LED Display
- Lowest Resistance: 0.1 (0.05Ohms in TC)
- Fast 2Amp Charging (think Vaporshark fast)
- Temp Control 200-600F (NI200 & Titanium) + Bypass/Mechanical Mode
- Spring-loaded 510
- Small 70x52x25mm (Compared with IPV D2 78x40x23mm)
- Lightweight 213g (IPV D2/D3 180g without battery)
- Durable Zinc Alloy Construction w/ Scratch Resistant UV Coating
- Standard Safety Features
- 3 Colourways; Silver, Black, & Blue
- Nice Packaging
- Affordable/Great Value
- Battery Life could be Better
- Slightly Awkward Button Position
- Slight Fire Delay (on Wake up)
- Power feels low (about 5W)