Product Review: Wotofo Conqueror Mini RTA from HeavenGifts.com


The Wotofo Conqueror Mini: A mini tank that’s big on flavor!

You don’t see a lot of mini tanks that are dedicated to flavor, which is why Wotofo’s Conqueror Mini RTA is a special tank in it’s own lane. It gives you the nice compact feel of a mini RTA, but the flavor it produces is on par with many of the flavor-dedicated RTA’s out on the market right now.

I was very fortunate to get the chance to review the Conqueror Mini and was caught by surprise at the quality of flavor it produces for such a small tank.

The Wotofo Conqueror Mini RTA: A Mini Tank That’s Big on Flavor

I wasn’t really expecting that much from this tank at first to be honest. Knowing from experience though, Wotofo is a brand that puts out good vaping products and they did not disappoint me this time. The Conqueror Mini actually surprised me with the quality of flavor I was getting from this tank.

I’ve been using the Conqueror Mini for a few days now and I love how clean and crisp the flavor is right off the bat. Many new tanks have a break in period before you get that smooth, crisp flavor, not the Conqueror Mini! The flavor is very comparable to ceramic coil head tanks like the Estoc Tank Mega.

The Conqueror Mini RTA comes with an extra glass tank, twisted wire coils, a coil straightener, o-rings, grub nuts and a mini screwdriver

The Conqueror Mini comes with the things you need to get started. The coils it came with marked “Competition Coils” were well-made and perform very well. It also came with an unusual tool that’s supposed to hold your coils in place as you screw them down onto the deck.

Top juice holes are a bit thin but tilting them while filling it helps catch all your e-juice

The coil holder tool is needed because of it’s unusual deck. The coil arrangement for the the Conqueror Mini is standing up where you insert coils onto the base of the deck. From what I researched, it’s the same deck you find on the original Conqueror RTA. I have gotten so used to the 2-post deck so it was a bit challenging for me at first, but everything was swell and dandy once I got the coils in place.

The Conqueror Mini deck uses a standing dual coil build while the wide bore Delrin drip tip is replaceable with any standard sized drip tip

This RTA has three parts when disassembled: The base/deck, the glass tank which also houses the chimney, and the top cap which you unscrew to fill the Conqueror Mini with e-juice.

I was having some problems at first separating the deck from the chimney because the chimney was screwed on to the base. After some attempts of getting the chimney secured onto the glass tank part, I was able to get the base off with the deck showing. Just make sure you have the chimney screwed on to the glass tank part before you unscrew the base.

As for the top cap, it was a lot easier for me to unscrew it from the glass tank. The drip tip is Delrin and fits any standard sized drip tip you might want to swap out with it.

Great Mini Tank That Handles Twisted Low Resistance Coils

A bit tricky to build on since the Conqueror’s deck is different from the almost standard Velocity style 2 post deck

Now the stock coils that come with the Conqueror Mini are pretty thick, it was reading 0.2 on my mod. You will need to use the tool it comes with to hold the coils in place while you tighten the screws which are located at the sides of the base.

The tricky thing for me was knowing where to cut the coils before placing it on the deck. Cut it too long and it will hit the top of the chimney, cut it too short and it will hit the bottom of the deck. I kind of measured it at first placing the coils on the outside of the deck to show how high I wanted the coils to stand before cutting them. It worked for me!

This small tank puts out big flavor!

As for placing the cotton, I had to make sure the cotton was cut right where the juice holes were. I left a little bit of excess cotton and just tucked it in where it was covering the juice holes. I knew if I cut it too short, the cotton wouldn’t catch the juice coming in and would cause the tank to flood. I know it sounds complicated but it all comes down to right measurement of where you cut you coils and cotton.

Is the Conqueror Mini RTA For you?

I would say buy this tank if you are familiar with coil building just because of the coil placement. Building on this deck is not was not the easiest to work with for me, but the end result was a great tasting vape that I really enjoyed.

Also, this isn’t much of a cloud chasing mini tank, I mean it puts out, but not as much as you would expect from a true sub-ohm tank such as the EXO RTA which I did a review on in my last post. Now that tank really puts out!

Final verdict

I say the Conqueror Mini is a great mini tank for the flavor chasers. I’m really impressed at how the taste of my e-juice came out using this tank. So yeah, if you’re the type of vapor who loves mini tanks and is all about the flavor and is familiar with building coils, the Conqueror Mini would be a great pick up.

Just to let my readers know, I did get this product for free from HeavenGifts.com for review. All they ask is you check out their site if the Conqueror Mini RTA is something you’d be interested in buying.

I am placing a link below which will bring you directly to the product page, and if you like my blog it would be a great help if you used that link in case you were planning on picking this up.

Thanks again and stay tuned for more product reviews here on Mr. Long Drag!

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Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

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