Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Mask King T-more Mod. Please see bottom for disclaimers and links. Note: This is not marked as a sample.
The Mask King T-more Mod is the latest mod from new vape manufacturer Mask King. They are just getting started in vaping this year so hard to judge them and this is the 1st product from them I recieved. Looking on their site however i found they’ve made quite a few products this year. The Mask King T-more is a an internal battery mod rated at 100 watts. It’s available in 3 colors as a Black, SS, and Blue. Looking around online I only see it for sale in a kit version with a Piston RDA and only at 3fvape for 66.69USD.
Power range: 5~100W
Battery capacity: 2800mAh
Self-adaptation of resistance
Double electric balanced technology
0.015s speed ignition
Five work modes: POWER, BYPASS, Temperature mode Ni200/SS316/Ti01
Six protection: overcharge protection, over discharge protection, short-circuit protection, overtime protection, overheat protection, overload protection
Included in box:
1 Mask King T-more Mod
1 USB Cable
Initial Impressions and features
When I first got this mod i liked the design alot. You don’t see many simple basicl looking mods out these days and lots of vapers prefer that to the more designed and flashy ones. With this mod it’s a simple short black box with a black and white screen. Nothing fancy about it. I also like the size a lot it’s short but they made it 25mm wide so 25mm atomizers won’t overhang on it. I felt it could be good for a basic looking starter mod.
Watt Mode Performance (chart and spreadsheet in picture album)
Now let’s get into some data. I ran my normal testing. I used the internal battery for the testing. Testing resistances were done at .12, .15, .2, and .6 ohms. wattage points were max (100), 80, 60, 40 and 20. At .12 ohms it maxed out at 94 watts and 28 amps. For the rest of the testing it was 2 watts low 60 or more and 1 watt high 40 or less. At .15 it maxed out at 101 watts. The rest of the testing was pretty accurate being on point to 3 watts high. For the .2 test it maxed out at 102 watts. The rest of the testing good again being on point to 4 watts high. For the .6 testing it maxed out at 83 watts and 7.048 volts. For the rest of the testing it hit on point to 3 watts high. This mod has 2 internal batteries in series so no boost circuit. They list the soft cell cutoff at 6.6V
Overall I felt the performance of this mod was really good. It’s a really accurate mod that didn’t struggle at any resistance. I was able to get 102 watts max, so I consider it to be accurately rated at 100 watts. The 7.048 volt limit shows there is no boost circuit since it has 2 internal batteries in series and is good enough. I couldn’t find a listed volt limit to compare it to. I could not find any amp limit either so I wish they would list all 3 personally. On this mod and the most amps i got was 28 with a .12 ohm coil which is average for an internal battery mod (average is 25-30 these days). Watts was a good rating and no issues with the volt limits and amps limits either.
Simplified TLDR Power Performance summary
Mod performance is really good. Pretty accurate. Accurately rated for watts (100), no boost circuit but has 2 internal batteries in series, average amp limit of 28. Volts tested at 7.048 with a .6 ohm resistance.
Temperature Control Performance
Using SS316 wire in SS mode (there is no TCR mode or TCR adjustments), I tested 5 builds. 2 simple round single coil, 1 simple round dual Coil, 2 large fancy single coils builds. You can adjust the power using 4 clicks and have the full 100 watts in TC mode. Performance on this mod was pretty bad overall. It hits pretty high about 100 F degrees. Even at 350F I was getting a warm vape and minimal dry hit protection. Dropping it down to about 330F gave me a good warm vape however it cuts back very hard when it reaches temp and then pulses. Overall just not a good vape in TC and an easy fail for me.
Other Usage Notes
The mod uses a standard 5 click of the fire button to turn on and off. There is no true menu system, but instead you click fire 3 times to cycle between modes. Modes are power (no preheat options) , and TC for Ni, Ti, and SS and Bypass mode. The lack of features and modes is a little disappointing. A simple TCR option and preheat options would have been nice and really are the bare minimum these days. Also a true menu system would have been nice as well. Holding down the up and down button locks the adjustment buttons but you can still fire. Holding down and fire resets the puff counter
The Masking T-more adjusts by .5 watt increments which i love and scrolls pretty fast. Well done there. The mod itself is built solid with no rattle at all, but has a little bit of weight to it, It’s not heavy overall but is a bit heavier than most internal battery mods. Feels really good in the hand. It’s internal battery so no battery door. They list a charge rate of 2A charging. Ii did some basic testing with an inline USB meter and the most i got was 1.2 A so i’d consider it a 1.5A charging device since they are usually rated in .5 A increments. So slightly overrated there.They list the battery at 2800mah and I found the battery at around 2800mah as well so good rating there and good battery size for a small internal battery mod.
The paint on the mod is really nice. I have no signs of wear or chipping and the body itself is a high gloss and shiny finish. It does get fingerprints on it if that bothers you personally, but i think it looks really nice and well done. The fire button is nice large and clicky fire button on the front of the mod. It works well and It never gets stuck or anything though which is as it should be. The 510 pin gave me no issues and every atomizer i used on it worked great with no gaps. The mod can handle a 25mm atomizer flush and i can’t imagine anyone using one bigger than that on a mod like this. The screen is a nice size .96 inch black and white screen that is nice and bright. Also for branding the mod itself there is just small mask king logo engraved in matching color on the bottom. I really like that personally. The Mod also features an auto off that turns it off after sitting idle for roughly 20 minutes and auto sets your wattage when attaching a new tank.
Accurately rated for watts (100)
nice fire button
handles 25mm atomizers without overhang
easy to adjust wattage quickly
color options (3)
Full watt adjustments in TC
good size black and white screen that’s bright
Good Volt Limit
good amp limit
Nice build quality
Nice Paint Job
Power mode performance
Good size battery and good rating on it
So with all that said, do I recommend this kit or not? I don’t like to do a hard yes or no but this one has to lean towards the yes. It’s a really nice build, good performing small internal battery mod that is simple and easy to use for power mode. I wouldn’t recommend it for TC but if you wanted a simple looking small internal battery mod with good battery life, this is a nice option indeed. So well done from a new company. I’ll be adding this to my spreadsheet of recs linked down below.
This is Anthony Vapes just keeping it honest, hopefully you all can say the same and i’ll catch you on my next review.
This product was sent to me from Mask King
Due to possible QC difference your experience may vary.
I’ve been doing vape reviews since late 2016 and have done around 300 reviews to date. I enjoy helping vapers on forums as well and helping contribute to the great vape community. I’m not an “out of the box” reviewer. I do my best to be thorough at all times and have enough experience with many products to tell what’s good and what’s not. All mods get tested with an oscilloscope and stress tested and results are posted in my reviews.