Rincoe Manto Nano Pro Pod System Review
Rincoe Manto Nano Pro Pod System Review - Powerful & Portable Vape
Rincoe expands its famous Manto line with the new Manto Nano Pro pod mod. This compact, portable device packs impressive power and features into an easy-to-carry pod vape.
The Manto Nano Pro houses an integrated 1000mAh battery to deliver up to 25W output. It uses transparent 2ml pods so you can monitor juice levels. An airflow adjustment switch lets you tweak the draw to your liking.
Despite its small size, the Manto Nano Pro doesn’t skimp on power or versatility. It can handle both freebase and nic salts with ease. The combination of power, customization, and portability aims to make this an ideal pod system on the go.
Rincoe has built a reputation for quality with previous jellybox pod systems. Does the performance of the Manto Nano Pro live up to its promise? Read on for the full review to determine if the Manto Nano Pro earns its reputation.
Design and Build Quality
At 75*47*18.5mm, it is small enough to fit in your pocket or palm yet packs a powerful punch with its 1000mAh battery and 28W maximum output. And it delivers satisfying flavor and vapor production for a compact pod device.
The device’s sleek design matches its practicality; the 2ml pod capacity is sufficient for daily vaping needs, and the transparent pods make it easy to monitor your juice levels – no more guesswork or dry hits.
The Nano Pro doesn’t discriminate between juice types either; whether you’re a freebase or nicotine salt e-juices fan, this pod system has you covered.
The airflow control switch lets you adjust the draw to your liking. The minimum setting provides a true MTL inhale that requires some effort but delivers full flavor.
Opening the airflow creates a looser MTL draw that is perfect for nic salts. Fully open provides a restricted DLT style with enhanced vapor.
Manto Nano Pro Performance
I tested the 0.5Ω and 0.8Ω pods included in the kit. The 0.5Ω mesh coil produces warmer vapor with more giant clouds, while the 0.8Ω pod provides a cooler mouth-to-lung vape.
Both pods delivered consistent flavor accuracy and let the e-juice profiles shine through cleanly. The hits feel dense and satisfying thanks to the mesh coils and adjustable airflow dial to dial in your vape.
The adjustable wattage from 5W to 28W lets you fine-tune the vape heat and vapor density.
With the 0.5Ω pod, I found that the 20-25W range produced the best balance of flavor and clouds. The 0.8Ω pod performed optimally around 15-18W for cooler MTL hits.
The 2ml pod capacity is decent for a compact pod system. E-juice consumption depends on the coil and wattage, but I went through two complete pods on most charges.
The translucent pod material also makes it easy to see when a refill is needed. No leaks occurred during my testing, even after repeated refills. The rubber filler cap creates a tight seal that keeps the juice safely inside the pod.
The Manto Nano Pro isn’t just about customization; it’s also built for convenience.
Draw-activated operation means no buttons to fiddle with when you need a quick hit, and the Type-C charger ensures quick recharging when you’re low on juice.
In addition, the lockable fire button is a thoughtful safety feature that prevents accidental ignition when the device is in your pocket or bag.
While the device offers a lanyard option for easy carrying, there are a few drawbacks. Some may find the back panel challenging to remove, and the mouthpiece size may not be everyone’s liking.
However, these drawbacks are subjective and should be weighed against the positives.
the Manto Nano Pro offers excellent customizable performance to suit vapers who prefer a loose MTL or a more restricted DTL draw. The battery life and 2ml pods offer good convenience for all-day portable use.