The Compressor Guy from Compressor Pedal Reviews wrote a nice review of the CompIQ MINI ONE Pro Compressor pedal, which puts in the highlight. Here are some of its conclusions:
In many ways the Becos Mini One Pro has a lot in common with the Keeley [Bassist]. Differences include the fact that the Becos trades a Threshold dial for a push button and internal trimmer. But you also get a 5 LED gain reduction media that is far superior to the Keeley Bassist’s single LED. The Becos also adds the comprehensive Dry/Wet signal dial. The Becos is also smaller. Both have an inherent transparent quality.
For what it is, the Mini One Pro is a remarkable little tool. I personally like having more control of threshold as I use many different basses. On the other hand, I suspect the target audience is more the set-and-forget crowd.
I’ve really come to like this one. Its simplicity is its strength.
Read the review by Chris Tromp @ compressorpedalreviews.com