Hotcig has teamed up with Rig Mod to create the RSQ regulated squonk box. However, this is more than just a random collaboration, in fact, on paper, it seems like the perfect marriage.
With Rig Mod playing a part in build quality and design, you know it is going to be a solid device. Then the inclusion of Hotcig’s waterproof (yes waterproof) ‘HM’ chip means the performance should be on point.
So…it’s just another single 18650 regulated squonk box, you might say?
Having used several single battery mechanical squonk boxes, I was expecting the Hotcig RSQ to be a much larger and heavier affair, due to it having a full regulated board.
While the latter part is true as it weighs in at 270g, (compared to the Vandy Vape Pulse’s plastic 170g). However, unbelievably the size of this thing is mind-bogglingly small. It’s 79mm by 48mm by 25mm diminutive frame is actually only a shade taller but on the whole smaller than the Pulse. What??
Even more impressive is how the RSQ can fit up to a 25mm atomizer, but still looks so dinky. This is due to its design that curves out in the center. Which also leads to it being comfortable to hold, so instead of being just an awkward square box….it’s a slightly less awkward, slightly box.
The 510 plate is solid, spring loaded and held in place with two screws; it’s also set back a little from the front of the device, so it sits at the widest part allowing for 25mm atomizers without the whole mod having to be that width – a nice design choice.
The RSQ is constructed from Zinc alloy which gives it a weighty premium feel, but due to its form factor, it doesn’t feel too heavy.
The paintwork is excellent; it’s nice and smooth in the hand, and I’ve not noticed any chips or scratches through constant use.
The internals of the RSQ squonk mod are clean and uncluttered if a little snug. There are battery orientation markings and a little lip on the bottom section, so you can easily remove the battery and squonk bottle (more on the squonk bottle later).
The Hotcig RSQ is a regulated squonk mod with all the battery protection you’d expect.
One of the main reasons vapers might gravitate towards a regulated squonker over a mechanical one is for safety.
You don’t need to be as clued up on Ohms law (although it’s still advisable to know your stuff). You don’t have to worry whether the battery you are using can handle the amps your coil requires.
Specs & Features
Rig Mod – Hotcig RSQ 80W Squonk Mod Specs:
Dimensions: 79mm x 48mm x 25mm
Requires 1x 18650 sized battery (not included)
Powered by the HM chip
Output wattage range: 1.0-80.0 watts
Temperature control range: 200°F – 600°F
Temperature control supports the following wire types:
Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, Stainless steel 303, 304, 316 with adjustable initial resistance and adjustable TCR
Bypass firing Mode
0.91″ OLED display
Dual adjustment buttons and an oversized firing button
Magnetic battery door
Spring loaded internal contacts
Micro USB port for firmware updates but can support 1.0 amp charging
7mL Squonk bottle which resides next to an LED light which can be red, blue, green, and “cycle” Mode
Stainless steel threading 510 bottom feeding contact
Rig Mod – Hotcig RSQ 80W Squonk Mod Contents:
1x RSQ Bottom Feed Mod by Rig Mod
1x Silicone bottle
2x Plastic bottle
1x Micro-USB cable
1x User manual
Colors Available: Black, Silver Blue, Red
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