Think Vape Sailboat Baby TC Box Mod Review
Hello there again everyone. I’m back with another vapey review for you all today. This time we are gonna be taking a look at a new single battery mod from Think Vape, called the Think Vape Sailboat Baby TC Box Mod. This mod has a very unique design and look to it so let not stall any longer and jump right in.
The Think Vape Sailboat Baby is the first Think Vape item I’ve had the pleasure of opening so I had seen past boxes before but this is a small, rectangular black box with a glossy picture of Sailboat mod on the front.
The picture on the front doesn’t represent the mod inside because a sticker on the box indicates the color. On the back side of box is a very detailed contents list and specs list for mod. I’m impressed with the level of detail on the specs list. It answers any questions you might have about the device.
Sliding the lid off, you are presented with your Sailboat Mod, mine which is purple, sitting at the top of the contents. The only other items in the package are the paperwork, expaining functions and warranty of the mod, and a Mico USB cable for charging or upgrading firmware.
Think Vape Sailboat Baby Mod
The Think Vape Sailboat Baby is a very uniquely designed, 85 watt mod powered by a single, removable 18650. The mod features a full range of vaping functions such as wattage mode from 5 to 85 watts, TC functions with NI, TI or SS metals and a Bypass mode that acts like a mech mod by giving you the full power remaining in the battery.
These functions are pretty standard on most box mods these days so it comes down to how well this mod performs these functions and how it feels doing it. Starting at the top, the Sailboat 85w has a nice looking stainless steel plate that surrounds the spring loaded 510 where you screw your preferred tank or RDA. The platform on the top allows for up to a 26mm tank to screw on and fit flush which is nice because it will work with most devices.
Screen and Fire Button
The curved front section of the Think Vape Sailboat mod is multi-purpose. The top section is actually the fire button and has a nice click when you press it in. This is similar to the Augvape V200 Mod that also used the screen as the fire button.
Right below the clicky part of screen is the 0.96 inch OLED screen, displaying information such as your current ohms and voltage and a battery meter with the wattage underneath. Your puffs, last vape time and vape mode are under that. It’s actually a lot of information.
Moving down you find two adjustment buttons and a USB port below those. The part that covers the screen isn’t done yet. At the bottom, it extends out of the mod and curves around to make the base and help the mod stand upright. This is because of the very unique shaped of the body of the Think Vape Sailboat mod. I’m not sure if it’s supposed to be shaped like the sail or the boat but I guess you could think either. Both of the sides are flat and one says Sailboat on it.
The paint job is top notch. The purple one I got had a shiny finish and a deep color to it. The back side of the mod that is rounded, covers the battery tray. It’s held on by magnets and the design has the magnet in the door sticking out and going into a slot where the magnet in the mod is. This makes the door lock into the mod and has zero wiggle. It’s one of the most secure, magnetic battery doors I’ve seen.
It also uses bar magnets which are stronger than the common round magnets. Once the door is removed, you see a tray for a single 18650 with a short ribbon to help you remove the battery. On the inside of door is grooves the further help hold your battery in place.
Think Vape Sailboat Baby Performance
Wattage mode on the Sailboat mod has quick, snappy performance. There is no delay from hitting the fire button to hearing your coils start crackling. Three clicks of the fire button will cycle you to the next vape mode a few times until I get to the Temp Control stainless steel mode. TC isn’t too bad but I had to turn Temps a little higher than other mods but I’m not a huge TC vaper to begin with. It just depends on the situation really.
Bypass mode is also an available function. This delivers the amount of power available in the battery be fully delivered to the coil, like a mech mod. For me, I never vape that mode normally but people looking to see what an unregulated mod vapes like, this is that, with safety precautions built in.
Think Vape Sailboat Baby TC Box Mod Video Review
Conclusion of the Think Vape Sailboat
The mod features a very futuristic, ergonomic style to it that translates into being very comfortable in the hand. The way that it’s shaped, you can trigger fire the mod, flip it around and thumb fire it or just squeeze it however you pick it up.
Battery life is fine and on par with other single 18650 mods but I can’t help but think that a 21700 could have fit inside the same case with only the bottom being slightly wider which would have also been a great thing.
The paint and build quality seem nice with the battery door not wiggling a bit.
Overall, the mod isn’t bad at all. Functionality and build quality are very nice. It comes down to you liking the look and feel of the mod and while I like the Sailboat 85W, I think using a 21700 could have taken it that much closer to excellence.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by and read about my time with the Thinkvape Sailboat 85W. I’ll be back soon with more reviews and articles about everything vaping. See you soon!
Daniel Marcus is an vape reviewer, vape photographer and coil builder. After smoking for 16 years, got a vape just because I couldn’t smoke in the company car and ended up quitting smoking without even trying. After seeing how effective vaping can be, I’ve spent the past two years trying to help new vapers with beginner problems do they don’t get frustrated and smoke again I’ve written reviews for over a year now. I’ve lived in wv all of my life and like taking vape pictures with a nature backdrop.