DNA 200 and DNA 250 mods are great, but they’re expensive. DNA 75 mods are a lot cheaper and just as good. These are my faves as of right now (updated 2018)
If you’re after an extremely competent device with market-leading accuracy, state of the art safety features, and don’t mind spending around $100, you’re in the right place.
DNA 75 mods, pound for pound, serve up some of the best performance money can buy.
Yes, they’re not quite as potent as their 200W brethren, but what you lost in power you get back in terms of value for money…
DNA 75 mods are cheaper than DNA 200 and DNA 250 mods.
VapeBeat’s Picks For The Best DNA 75 Mods In 2018
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Read on for more details about DNA 75 mods, as well as detailed breakdowns of each mod featured in the table.
DNA 75 Mods – Are They For You?
And for most people, 75W is ideal. If you want MORE POWER, check out our guide to the best DNA 250 mods.
Vaping under 100W (or, in this case, around 75W) ensures your mod’s battery lasts longer and you don’t burn through hundreds of ML of E Juice every week.
I rock RDAs most of the time, and even then, I seldom get above 100W.
If you’re using a sub-ohm tank or, better yet, an MTL vape tank, then a DNA 75 mod is JUST what the doctor ordered.
This is how I got into DNA 75 mods in the first place.
I started messing around with MTL RTA tanks, found I didn’t need so much power and decided to give DNA 75 a whirl.
It was a great move, as these mods are great to live with and provide brilliant performance.
And with an MTL RTA tank, you’re never running at super-high power, so 75W is MORE than ideal.
Most of the time, I hang out around 40W and this ensures great flavor, decent clouds, and, most importantly, all day battery life.
DNA 75 mods (and DNA mods in general) offer market-leading performance and accuracy.
Vaping at 75W on a DNA 75 mod will feel like A LOT more than 75W on a cheaper, less accurate mod like the SMOK Alien 220W, for instance, and this is basically what you’re paying for when you buy a DNA mod – accuracy (and tons of features).
Why You’d Buy A DNA 75 Mod?
- You want something that will last and not crap out after six months.
- You demand the highest level of accuracy from your mod.
- You want market-leading safety features.
- You don’t mind investing in quality hardware.
- You want more control over your vaping.
If you’re interested in picking one up, I’ve outlined some of my favourites below (with more detail).
If you’d like a better look at the mod itself, simply click on the images in the box for a preview.
I’ll be adding new units as I test them, so remember to keep checking back!
Best DNA 75 Mods
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