The Wismec Noisy Cricket, true to it’t name, is little mod with loads of power under the hood. It’s a series mechanical mod with a hybrid connection, and the simplicity is deceiving.
In this review of the Wismec Noicy Cricket, I explain how a series mechanical mod works, and how much power you have at your disposal. Needless to say, I must issue the following warning:
WARNING: Before even attempting to use this mod, you need to understand the basics of Ohms law, battery safety and hybrid mechanical mods. This is not a toy, although it looks like one. Vape safe!
Similar to the Rig Pig, the Wismec Noisy Cricket uses a hybrid connection, but the adapter allows you to fit any 22mm atomizer with protruding 510 pin easily.
Here’s the basic specs for the Wismec Noisy Cricket:
- 22mm width and 44mm height
- Spring loaded “SMPL-style” top firing switch
- 6 bottom ventilation holes
- Hybrid connection with 510 adapter
- Brass contacts
- Powered by dual 18650 batteries
- Comes in black, silver, red, blue
Yup.. it’s a simple device.
Wismec Noisy Cricket Pros
Here’s what I loved about the Wismec Noisy Cricket:
- Solid construction and feels good in my hands
- The firing switch works perfectly, and is easy to unscrew
- No battery rattle, thanks to the balancing bar at the bottom
- The price is unbelievable for an authentic mod – it’s cheaper than the Rig Pig clone I reviewed
- Lots of power for huge clouds, if you can get the build / Ohms just right for a device like this
Wismec Noisy Cricket Cons
The list of cons is not long, but here are some:
- I don’t think the color descriptions are accurate – my “red” mod actually looks maroon (or pink!) under almost all types of lighting conditions
- Zero safety information in the box, which I think is irresponsible
It’s easy to see why the Wismec Noisy Cricket is so popular. The version 2 of the Noisy Cricket is nothing like the original, so I can foresee this tiny mechanical mods being popular and even overshadowing the version 2 for some time to come.
I’m happy I got it, and it’s going to be in my collection forever.
I will do a follow-up video n how to build for a series mechanical mod in the future, as the biggest challenge you’re going to have with this mod is putting in a build that can control the enormous power it outputs!