Vaporesso Tarot Nano 80w Starter Kit

Today we will be taking a look at another mini mod starter kit. The Tarot Nano Starter Kit from Vaporesso consists of the Tarot Nano 80w mod and the Veco Tank.  The Tarot Nano is a shrunk down version of it's big brother, the Tarot Pro. It has pretty much all of the features of the Tarot Pro, except it's not as powerful and has a built in 2500mah battery.

Spec's and Features:

Tarot Nano Mod:
  • Output Wattage: 5w to 80w
  • Atomizer Range: 0.05 - 5 ohm
  • Temperature Range: 100C’-315C’/280F’-600F’
  • Battery Cell: 2500mah Built In Battery
  • Dimensions: 69*38*22.5mm (2.7*1.5*0.89in)
  • Materials: Zinc Alloy, Aluminium Alloy and Carbon Fiber
  • Standby Current: <35A
  • Voltage Range: 0 - 8.5 v
  • Output modes: Smart VW, VT(Ni200, SS, Ti, TCR)
Veco Tank:
  • Capacity: 2ml
  • Diameter: 22mm
  • Top adjustable air flow
  • Top fill
  • EUC Coils:
  • 0.05ohm Ceramic & 0.04 Traditional Clapton coil
What's in the box?
  • Tarot Nano 80W TC Mod
  • Veco EUC Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 0.4 ohm Clapton Traditional EUC Coil
  • 0.5 ohm 316L Ceramic EUC Coil
  • Spare Glass Tank Section
  • Spare O-Rings
  • One Micro USB Cable
  • User Manual
Design and Function:

Tarot Nano Mod:
The Tarot Nano is the mini or "nano" version of the Tarot Pro mod. It's much smaller than its big brother measuring in at only 69*38*22.5mm (2.7*1.5*0.89in).  Made out of Aluminum and Zinc Alloy with carbon fiber panels on the front and back of the mod, the Tarot Nano is light weight, yet feels solid in the hand.  I really like the looks of the Tarot Nano, with the 510 connection in the center instead off to the side, it has a nice, balanced look.

The Tarot Nano features a built-in 2500 mah battery giving you a few hours of vape time before it need charging via a USB cable.  I'm happy to report that you can vape while the mod is plugged in charging if you want.  I also like that the USB plug is on the side of the mod instead of on the bottom.

The display screen is nice and bright. It displays the battery, ohms, voltage, wattage or temp. and the mode you are in. The Tarot Nano has four buttons instead of the usual three. The fire button on the top and the regulatory buttons under the display and the menu button up under those.  This mod has six different modes to chose from. You press and hold the menu button for a few seconds to switch between modes, but you have to do this repeatedly. Press and hold, press and hold to get to the next mode..ect. I only use wattage so it's not a big deal to me, but if I liked switching wire types and modes then I could see this being annoying.


Smart VW: Smart variable wattage mode is pretty neat. When  you put a tank on it reads the ohms and automatically  sets the wattage to what it thinks will be the best wattage for that coil. You can adjust the wattage to whatever you'd like if you don't agree with the wattage it chooses. I think this is a neat feature, especially for beginners just getting started.

Variable Temp. Modes: Ni, Ti, SS

TCR:  To use TCR you just need to chose M1 or M2  from the menu and then press the menu button again three times quickly to set the values

Bypass Mode: Basically this mode turns the mod into a mech mod. This means that the amount of power applied to the coil is controlled by the resistance of the coil, and the remaining voltage in the battery.

CCW and CCT: (Custom Curve Wattage and Custom Curve Temp.) These modes allow you to set the power curve or ramp up for wattage and temperature control modes. To get to these settings, while in either wattage or temp modes you press the menu button three times quickly and choose CCW if in wattage mode or CCT if in temp. mode. Then you can set the wattage or temp. curves for the first 5 seconds of vaping.

Overall, I really love this little mod. It has all of the advanced features of the full sized Tarot Pro and is the perfect little mod for beginners and advanced users alike with it's 80 watts of power. A huge pro for this mod is the pass through vaping, allowing you to vape while the mod is charging.

Veco Tank:

The Veco tank is a 22mm tank that has a 2ml capacity. It features a top filling design as well as top airflow so you wont have to worry about an leakage from this tank. The Veco tank comes all the way apart for easy cleaning.

The Veco tanks top airflow is really nice. Wide open you get great vapor production and you can close it off for a more restrictive mouth to lung vape.

The coils are the EUC (Eco Universal Coils) coils I reviewed with the Estoc tank.  You get the 0.4 ohm tradition clapton coil and a 0.5 ohm ceramic coil. The traditional coil performed just like it did with the Estoc tank; it constantly spit juice and flooded for no apparent reason. The ceramic coil performed flawlessly, I really love the ceramic coil. It produces such awesome flavor with no spit back or any break in time needed. The ceramic coils are the way to go if you are going to use the Vaporesso tanks. I've been a fan of Vaporesso's ceramic coils since the Target tank and the updated EUC coils are even better than the cCells were.

Final Thoughts:

The Vaporesso Tarot Nano Kit is a great little starter kit!  I highly recommend this kit for beginners because of the smart variable wattage features. It also makes a nice little kit for more advanced vapors that aren't looking for high power, long battery life, but want the advanced features and compact design this mod offers.

You can purchase the Tarot Nano Starter kit here from Smokstore. Use coupon code Smokstore_5% for 5% off the purchase price.