Squonks are mythical creatures in Pennsylvania that are said to be able to disappear from their own tears. That’s not what this article is about though.
Squonkers are box mods with small holes in their RDAs that allow flow of e-liquid from a bottom-feed source. To put e-juice to your dried wick, you just need to squeeze the bottom-feed container and it will magically get your wick wet again. We were wondering why they weren’t called squeezers too, but we think squonk sounds a bit better.
Sharing the same design as the Eleaf iStick Pico 75w, the reason why you’d love this squonker is because of its small form factor. This is the smallest of all the mods of the same type on this list, but it doesn’t lack power. With a good output of 75 watts, this mod will do wonders, but be careful on maxing out that wattage though, as it can empty that bottom feeder really easy.
is a pumped up version of Kanger’s DRIPBOX 60w, which is the company’s first attempt to ride the squeezing wagon. I personally love this kit because of the atomizer bundled with it. I am a big fan of those curved drip tips since it sits better when I puff it, so don’t judge me.
The Kangertech DRIPBOX 60w is one of the earliest mods made by Kanger Tech that has a built-in squonk feature. It’s a bit bigger than the iStick, but offers a nice premium design coupled with a squonker that doesn’t feel like you’re pushing a stress ball.
The Vapor Flask Squonk V2.1S doesn’t really go well with everyone’s budget; but we can guarantee that it comes with a cool vaping experience coupled with bragging rights. You’re dripper friends would envy you vaping a squonker that not only hits great, but is elegant and looks just like your favorite liquor container.
Hardcore squonkers would love the Therion BF Squonk because of 2 reasons; it’s a squonker and it runs on a DNA chip. Also, who wouldn’t love the Therion’s leather grip?
How about you, which squonker do you like? Let us know on the comments section below: