There are lots of mini devices out there but I was not prepared for how small this device is. It’s comically small. All sorts of joke pictures ensued and I may have modified the classic Zoolander “school for ants” joke just a few times. Too add to the tininess I paired the device with a derringer as well.
All jokes aside it’s a decent looking device. The Mini carries over the pistol grip theme from the full size target. Black with red accents always makes something eye catching and the Mini also has a carbon fiber wrap on the sides.
Included in the box was the device and tank with a DL coil and drip tip installed, a fancily wrapped instruction manual, USB cable, MTL drip tip, and MTL coil.
The Target Mini functioned best for me in regular wattage mode. I’m not a big temperature control vaper anyway. However, when I tried SS TC on the MTL Ccell coil I was met with burning taste and dry hits. Unfortunately the wattage isn’t adjustable in TC mode and instead of ramping up just pegged at 40w. Which 40w with a tiny 1.5Ω coil is not good territory.
As a whole the Target Mini has most of the same functions as any other device. Just in a tinier package with tinier buttons.
There are only 4 buttons on this device. A fire button which can be pressed 5 times for the standard off/on. Up and down adjustment buttons and a mode button.
The Target Mini Kit is alright for what it is. I can see this being a good stealth mod for a night out, when you have to wear a suit somewhere, or for someone who passively vapes. For daily use it’s not very practical. It’s tiny and unwieldy to hold for someone with big hands. The battery is definitely not something that will last all day for most and I have concerns about the longevity of the carbon fiber wrap on the sides. I didn’t like the SS temperature control as you cannot adjust the wattage and the Guardian tank left a bit to be desired for me. But, if you’re after a tiny mod for whatever reason that may be, the Target Mini will fit that niche at a cheap price.