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Suorin Drop 2 Review: It’s Drop Dead Gorgeous!

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Suorin Drop 2

4.5/5

9.1

Design — 9.5
Build Quality — 9.5
Pods — 9.0
Performance — 9.0
Flavor — 8.5
Battery Life — 9.0

PROS

CONS

Our Verdict

Overall this is a good device. It doesn’t offer anything too fancy but I think its simplicity and overall design are the selling points here. The draw is very enjoyable and the flavor is great. The 1000mAh battery is also a huge pro. 

The device does not hold fingerprints and the mouthpiece is also comfortable to use. The only cons I could find is that the device only comes with one cartridge, and that the draw gets significantly weaker as it dies. But even with these cons, I still think that the Drop 2 is a solid device. 

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Suorin is a well established and trustworthy brand that is committed to helping people quit smoking while offering many different options of portable, yet well-made devices. Some other devices that Suorin makes are the Suorin Air line of devices, which includes the Suorin Air Pro, a credit card style device that is super flat and ultra portable.

The Suorin Drop 2 is the follow up to the Suorin Drop pod device which was released a couple of years ago. They wanted to create a follow up to one of their best-selling devices that users really loved. It still has the water droplet shape that it was known for, but with a couple of changes to the overall design. They have done away with the “non-button, button thing” that was present on the original drop. This means a much nicer and cleaner design for the Drop 2.

Some of the other changes from the Drop to the Drop 2 are an increased pod capacity (from 2ml to 3.7ml) and a new hidden side button. The overall dimensions of the Drop 2 are a little bigger than the original as well, but not by much at all. 

The Suorin Drop 2 has an integrated 1000mAh battery that has a maximum output wattage of 14W. Unfortunately, the Drop 2 does not have an airflow adjustment option.

Should you pick one up and give the Drop 2 a try? Keep reading for an in-depth review so you can make an educated decision for yourself.


Box Contents

  • 1 x Suorin Drop 2 Pod System
  • 1 x Suorin Drop 2 Cartridge
  • 1 x Type-C Cable
  • 1 x User Manual

Specifications

  • Size: 78.8mm x 52mm x 17.6mm
  • 1000mAh Battery
  • 14W Maximum Wattage Output
  • 3.7mL Pod Capacity
  • 1.0ohm Coil
  • Type-C USB Charging

Design & Build Quality

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The Suorin Drop 2 is very similar to the original Drop with regards to the shape of the device, however the materials used and even the overall design are much cleaner. The water droplet styled Drop 2 is a rather small device that fits in the palm of my hand and it’s just 78.8mm tall, 52mm wide and only 17.6mm deep. It feels solid to hold and it has some weight, but I wouldn’t call it heavy by any means. It’s another super portable device that is easy to take with you on the go.

Some of the design improvements of the Drop 2 are the materials used. The original Drop was made with an outer plastic casing. The Drop 2 has been redesigned and has a zinc-alloy chassis that is quite nice. 

The device I received for the purpose of this review is the “Red Amber” design that has two all coloured panels on either side of the device. Each panel features a beautiful design of an abstract insect with a floral design and red and blue hued waves. On one side of the panels the word Suorin is printed, while the opposite panel has the device name Drop 2. The font used is silver and matches the silver outer edge of the device really nicely. 

The Drop 2 has a metal ‘flattened’ outer edge. The entire device uses this space for all the features of the device (this keeps the panels of the device super clean). Towards the top of the device where the edge meets the pod you will find two small sized airflow holes, one on either side. 

On one side of the device are the four LED indicators. The original Drop had one light on the panel that would light up to let you know your battery level. This is a much cleaner look and I really like how this looks on the device. 

On what I would call the right side of the device, just below the airflow hole, they have included a lanyard holder for you to attach your own lanyard. Unfortunately, the device does not come with one, though. 

Near the bottom right of the device you will see a very small power button. This device doesn’t have many features so you can only use this button to power the device on or off (press the power button 5 times). It can be used to vape as the device is button and draw activated but the odd placement of the button does not make it comfortable to use for vaping. I strictly only used draw activation while reviewing this device because of this reason. 

Finally, at the very bottom of the device you will find the Type-C charging port. 

In the time that I have used the Suorin Drop 2, I have experienced no issues. The magnetic connection holds the pod in place with no wiggle, and the device generally feels well built. Suorin did a really good job with this one. The materials are of high quality and the panels are absolutely beautiful. 


Pod

  • Suorin Drop 2 Pod Fill Port

One of the things I have been noticing lately is that more and more device manufacturers are releasing devices with only one pod. I appreciate when they include at the very least 2 pods with a device because no one wants to have to immediately run out and get more. The Drop 2 only comes with one 1.0Ω cartridge. Based on their website, at the time of this article being written they only offer this one type of replacement cartridge at 1.0Ω. 

The cartridge is made with a tinted plastic and this makes it a little difficult to see your ejuice level. The pod of the device is in line with the water droplet design and the mouthpiece comes to a point. The mouthpiece is very comfortable to use because of this design. 

The Suorin website states that these pods can be used with nic salt ejuice or freebase eliquids. They also suggest using ejuices with 60/40 and 70/30 VG/PG ratios. 

As I mentioned before, the connection of the pod and device is very strong and holds the device in place with absolutely no wiggle. When the pod is inserted into the device it is very sturdy. 


Airflow

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Keeping with the simplicity of this device the Drop 2 does not have an adjustable airflow. There are two holes on either side of the device that allow air to flow through while you draw. The Drop 2 delivers a nice MTL draw that is neither too tight nor too loose.  


How to Use The Suorin Drop 2

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The Drop 2 is a very simple device, great for even the most inexperienced vaper. There aren’t many functions with this device; no wattage adjustment, menu or button combinations to worry about. You simply turn the device on by pressing the power button five times. You also turn the device off by pressing the power button 5 times. Simple as that.

The device is button and draw activated, as I stated before. However, I did find it uncomfortable to use the button so I opted to solely use the draw activation. The fire button does work though and I didn’t have any issues with it. 


Battery Life & Charging

Suorin Drop 2 Charge Port

The small size of the Drop 2 may be deceiving. It packs a huge 1000mAh battery that will give you over 2 days of heavy use. When the battery fully dies, it will take about an hour to fully charge. 

Battery Status

  • 1 Light: 0-25%
  • 2 Lights: 26-50%
  • 3 Lights: 51-75%
  • 4 Lights: 76-100%

The Drop 2 does come with Type C charging and allows you to vape even while the device is charging using the pass-thru feature. 


Performance

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The Drop 2 offers a warm MTL draw that is smooth and delivers good flavor. The device only comes with one pod, a 1.0ohm cartridge. I used a strawberry flavored ejuice with a 70VG ratio and the flavor is still really good even after using it for almost 2 weeks.

I did notice a little bit of a flavor drop as the battery started to die. This is because although the device has a maximum wattage output of 14W, it doesn’t provide enough power at lower battery to maintain the draw and flavor. Try to keep your device charged at least 50% to avoid this issue. With the size of the battery on this device, if you charge it once a day, that should eliminate this issue. 

At the time of this review, there is only one type of replacement cartridge available for the Drop 2. I am unsure if they will release more or not. The only option for replacements are the 1.0ohm Drop 2 cartridge. 


Verdict

Overall this is a good device. It doesn’t offer anything too fancy but I think its simplicity and overall design are the selling points here. The draw is very enjoyable and the flavor is great. The 1000mAh battery is also a huge pro. 

The device does not hold fingerprints and the mouthpiece is also comfortable to use. The only cons I could find is that the device only comes with one cartridge, and that the draw gets significantly weaker as it dies. But even with these cons, I still think that the Drop 2 is a solid device. 

What do you think of the Suorin Drop 2? Let me know by leaving a comment down below.

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Danielle Alhiraki

I started vaping in 2014 to quit smoking cigarettes. Many tries later, and I've been smoke free since 2015. Going from being a pack a day smoker, vaping changed my life for the better. Now, I want to help other smokers make the switch.

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