Vapmod Magic 710 Battery Review
There are a lot of batteries out there to choose from, so what makes the Magic 710 battery stand out? Today’s review will determine if we think it outshines the competition or if it gets left behind.
The Magic 710 certainly gets style points with its lightweight, palm-able and pocket-able design. This battery is also available in a ton of colors so you’re sure to find one to match your vibe. Vibrant colors aside, the Magic 710 is perfectly discreet and small enough to tuck into your purse, pocket, glove compartment, or anywhere really. The aluminum alloy casing also provides some durability to this tiny battery.
The Magic 710 fits all industry standard 510 threaded cartridges and features a magnetic adapter to easily pop carts on and off the pen. Once loaded, the draw-activated Magic 710 is a dependable battery that delivers a strong, flavorful, consistent hit time and time again. It’s rated to last over 300 draws on a single charge, too, which is nothing to sneeze at. All this is made even more impressive when you consider the Magic 710’s low price. Retailing at around $20, this battery is a great value among the competition.
No battery is perfect, especially not ones this cheap. In the case of the Magic 710, the most glaring problem is a lack of variable voltage. Each draw, though satisfying and strong, is stuck at 3.5V. That may be a deal-breaker for some smokers who prefer to customize their experience for more or less clouds. There’s also not a lot of feedback when using this device. Aside from the red light that activates when you draw in, there are no other indicators on the device. A battery gauge would have been a nice touch to know when you need to recharge. Overall, this is a very simple battery without a lot of bells and whistles.
The Bottom Line
Let’s be honest, you’re looking for the best cheap battery. We get it. The Magic 710 is a respectable option with solid construction, a long-lasting battery, and ultra-convenient draw-activated rips at a totally acceptable voltage. Compared to its competitor, the Silo, the Magic 710 holds up well despite its smaller battery. If you want to save a few bucks, the Magic 710 won’t disappoint.