If you’re looking for a cheap, decent mech mod you may want to give this Petri Lite V2 clone a chance. At just $29 it does what it’s meant to do, and looks great.
You can get it as a kit (hybrid mech mod + Petri V2 RDA) or separately.
In my previous review of the Petri V2 RDA I have already explained how the dripper works and how well the clone is built. In this review, I go through the important points again and show you how well it works with the hybrid mech mod.
If you’ve never used a mechanical mod – especially a hybrid mechanical mod – you will need to do some research on three important things:
- Battery specifications and safety
- How to build for your RDA based on your battery
- How to maintain and clean your mech mod
Table of Contents
Petri Lite V2 Clone: Pros
- As you can see in the video, the Petri Lite V2 hybrid mech mod looks fantastic. The paint job is just superb.
- The deck and screws all work flawlessly. You can grab the screws and tighten with your fingers, and move to a screwdriver when you’ve got your coils in position.
- The flavor is great, and vapor production (depends on your build) is fantastic
- Simple, not too many parts to deal with
Petri Lite V2 Clone: Cons
For the price, there aren’t many cons, but I will list a few subjective cons. Also, since this is a 1:1 clone, some of them are “borrowed” from the authentic:
- The color of the hybrid mech mod and RDA isn’t 100% the same, although it’s very difficult to notice
- No air flow control for the Petri V2 RDA clone, just like the authentic
- The dual-post, single-hole deck is a bit harder to work with with you want to do a dual-coil build
Since this review, I have actually purchased an authentic Petri Lite V2. Although the authentic uses better materials and fires a little harder, you cannot argue with the value for money you’re getting with the clone.