asMODus is proud to announce the resurrection of the Minikin! The Minikin Reborn 168W box mod is a combination of all of the best features of its predecessors, with the body shape of the original Minikin, and the capacitive touch screen of the Minikin V2. With asMODus' GX-168-HT chipset acting as the brains, the Reborn can pump out a full 168W in power or curve mode, and uses asMODus' power efficient technology to extend the life of your batteries. The Minikin Reborn features a reworked battery door which is made out of stainless steel to reduce flex, as well as being magnetized for a tighter, cleaner looking fit. The OLED display has been drastically enlarged and reconfigured to increase its ease of use, and also features a revamped locking system that gives the user a choice on how they unlock the screen. Instead of being restricted to the swiping method featured on the Minikin V2, the Reborn can be unlocked through swiping down the screen, rapidly pressing the fire button 3 times, or a combination of button presses and the screen. Navigating the display once unlocked is performed exactly the same as the Minikin V2, with a simple touch on the mode option opening a menu that allows the user to switch between firing modes, adjusting resistance, or go into the settings. Curve mode makes its return once again, allowing the user to adjust at what wattage the Reborn fires at any point in the firing cycle based on their preferences, allowing an emulation of temperature control in power mode by starting at a more powerful point in the beginning to heat the coils, then reducing the wattage to prevent the wicking material from burning. The user can also use the Minikin Reborn's full temperature control suite, which includes presets for Ni200, SS316, SS317, and titanium wire, as well as TFR and TCR adjustments to fine tune the accuracy of temperature control. asMODus's greatest achievement yet, the Minikin Reborn is a product of all feedback on previous devices in the Minikin series, and is sure to be one of the top high-end box mods of the year.