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VooPoo Find S UForce T2 Review

If I didn’t already know its price, I would say the VooPoo Find S UForce T2 was designed as  the poor man’s Drag 2 mod. If you didn’t care about the cool resin panels, or the quality metal body of the device, and only wanted the performance of the new GENE Fit chip, than this was the device for you. But this vape mod isn’t cheap at all, in fact, it costs almost as much as the Drag 2 kit, which is surprising because it doesn’t feel as quality as VooPoo’s flagship device. But maybe there’s more to it than meets the eye, so let’s check it out:

A Look at the Contents

The Find S UForce T2 kit comes in the usual packaging – a rectangular cardboard box featuring a picture of the device on the front, and a list of contents, mandatory warnings and a scratch-and-check authenticity seal on the back.

Inside the box we have the Find S mod sitting snug in a Styrofoam holder and underneath that are the included UForce T2 tank, an extra glass section for it, a spare coil-head, micro-USB charging cable for the mod, o-rings, as well as user manuals for both the mod and the tank.

Design and Build Quality

At first glance, the VooPoo Find mod looks very interesting. It features a two-tone paint finish – mine was red and gray, but you can get it in six different combinations – has a nice texture that greatly improves grip, and also comes with this non-removable rubber lanyard that VooPoo calls a hand rope. It’s different than all the other mods I’ve tried recently, that’s for sure sure, but the more I fiddled with it the more I realized it wasn’t quite living up to the quality I’ve comes to expect from VooPoo.

First of all, the Find S is primarily made of plastic, which is a big con in my book. Sure it makes it lighter and easier to carry around, but at the end of the day I prefer the weighty feel of metal in my hand. Unfortunately, apart from the 510 connection at the top of the mod and the tiny metal screws holding the device together, there isn’t any metal. Even the buttons are plastic, and even though they are nice and sturdy, they still feel cheaper than metallic ones would.

That hand rope that this vape mod features is pretty weird if you ask me. It’s too small to fit your whole hand through, and two small to be just a strap. I haven’t really figured out its purpose yet, and I don’t think I ever will. You can slide your thumb or three fingers through it and hold the mod like that when you’re not using it, but what’s the point of that? It looks kind of stupid, to be honest and the fact that you can’t remove it without tearing it off makes it that much worse.

The VooPoo Find S mod features a built-in, non-removable battery so the device is sealed up. On one of the thin sides you have the fire button, display and adjustment buttons, all made of plastic, just like the rest of this thing. The fire button is  slightly concave so it fits your thumb perfectly, the display is decent, although it doesn’t come close to the color screens of other vape mods we’ve seen in the past, like the Smoant Naboo or even the Vaporesso Polar. Also, it’s a bit too dim and there’s no way to adjust the brightness, unfortunately.

All in all, not the best mod VooPoo have ever built, that’s for sure. The plastic body doesn’t have that quality feel of other VooPoo products and that hand rope thingy is just dumb and weird looking. So far, definitely not the best mod I’ve ever tried.

Menu System and Navigation

I was prepared to dedicate a huge chunk of my review of the VooPoo Find S UForce T2 to the menu section, but after taking a quick look at the display, I quickly realized the menu was identical to that of the VooPoo Drag 2. Even the two battery indicators on the home screen, which make no sense, since the Find S mod features a single 4,400mAh battery, are the same as on the Drag 2, which is a dead giveaway that everything was just ported to this new mod.

So instead of writing the exact same things I did in my loooong review of the VooPoo Drag 2, I’m just going to direct you that one if you need more information. I can tell you it has the same chip as well as the same features – including the not-so-impressive FIT Mode – as the Drag 2.

Battery Life and Performance

As I mentioned, the VooPoo Find S mod comes with a built-in 4,400mAh battery. It’s a pretty decent capacity for a built-in battery, so you won’t have to worry about running out of power unless you plan on using this mod at the full power output of 120W. And, even if you plan on pushing it to the limit, it has fast-charging and passthrough technology, so you can still vape it while it’s charging.

Regarding performance, while it may not bear the Drag name or even look like a Drag mod, the VooPoo Find S certainly performs as well as the iconic Drag. That’s hardly surprising, since it is powered by the same impressive GENE Fit chip as the Drag 2 mod. It’s also firmware upgradable, so if the company ever implements something new or if there’s something that needs fixing, you can just hook it up to a PC, go through the required steps, and you’re done.

After seeing that it was virtually the Drag 2 in a cheaper, less impressive body, I didn’t really mess with the Find S too much. It just felt pointless, since I had seen it all before, and going through all the features and modes just felt like a waste of time. It does temperature control, adjustable curves mode, wattage mode, the usual, I just didn’t test them all again.

The Tank

As if using the same display, menu system and chip as on the Drag 2 wasn’t enough to prove that the Find S was just a Drag 2 in drag (see what I did there?), is actually comes bundled with the same tank as the Drag 2 did – the VooPoo UForce T2. You get two coil-heads, an 0.2Ω and an 0.6Ω, but there are loads of other styles of coil-heads to choose from, and VooPoo is constantly coming up with new ones.

As was the case with the menu system, since this is essentially the very same tank I already wrote about in my review of the Drag 2, there was no point in going over it again, so if you want to know more about it, go read that review instead.


If there was no VooPoo Drag 2, the new Find S mod may have impressed me a lot more, but as things stand right now, it’s just a cheaper-feeling version of an iconic vape mod. Apart from a strange-looking “hand rope” the Find S doesn’t really bring anything new to the table, so it’s hard for me to recommend it over the Drag 2, especially considering it’s only $4-$5 cheaper. The Drag 2 feels and looks a lot better than this plastic mod, so I highly suggest you check it out instead.

The VooPoo Find S was sent to me directly by VooPoo for the purpose of this review.

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