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Hi guys - I would like some input here on a new mod - I have not bought one for 3 whole weeks[Image: smile.gif] What I am looking for is a mod of 30 - 40W with an integrated battery and portable - something like an Istick. I have Coolfires; Isticks and Wismecs and want something different any ideas would be welcome.
17-01-2016 01:30 PM
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RE: New Mod
I think you have probably got most of the integrated battery options.

I'd look at some of the DNA40 options. It does mean springing for some decent 18650s and a charger though.

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17-01-2016 01:36 PM
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RE: New Mod
Vapour shark dna40 is a very good mod with a built in lipo

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17-01-2016 01:38 PM
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RE: New Mod
I didn't realise the VaporSharks used integral cells.

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17-01-2016 02:05 PM
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RE: New Mod
Hi Don and gently - I had been looking at the VS 30 which would be more than enough power for me - and it is a good price now.
17-01-2016 02:26 PM
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RE: New Mod
Kangertech Kbox 70w - 4000 MaH integrated battery. Now I happen to like Kangertech. Some do not. I still have my Kanger min and my Kbox 40w going strong with zero issues. In fact I'm vaping on my siver Kbox 490w with a silver kanger mini on top as I write. I use all my mods still, lol. I have plenty of mechs, RDAs, RTAs, 100+ reg mods, and tube mods. But I seem to pick up a kangertech product daily at one point or another. It is the soimplicity I like. 

The 70w one has TC and can take coils down to .1 ohm. So that is pretty decent. Of course most of the big DNA200s come with three lipo batteries but they are costly in comparison. And you want a mod that is lower in wattage. Now 70w is a lot more than you asked for but why not? It is not too large ... 3/1/4" x 1/3/4" x 7/8". That is not a bad size

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5gY08YjHu4

Here's the thing. This box is simple to use. Built in batteries (which are two 18650 soldered to the chip set), an easy menu (three clicks and choose temp or watt power) and very few adjustments. I'm an advanced vapor. Kangertech never offers advanced features. That is fine by me. Sometimes I jsut want a simple device I can pick up and vape away with.

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17-01-2016 02:29 PM
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RE: New Mod
Of course dons right, vapour shark is 18650.. I'm confusing it with something??

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17-01-2016 04:52 PM
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RE: New Mod
I have been looking at The Council of Vapor Mini Volt 40W mod - nice and small - handy for carrying about.
18-01-2016 02:21 PM
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RE: New Mod
I LOVE my Innokin Disrupter! It's a 50W & the battery life is amazing. Not to mention you can buy additional batteries-under $20." I have 1 on it & 1 charging so when mine finally craps out the other is ready to be slid on. It's VERY durable, trust me I've dropped this bad boy so many times on my hardwood floors it's unreal. Idk but to me this set up has been the best by far. I also have the Istick 50W, but I like the way the button on my Innokin works much better. It never sticks, or causes it to switch over to volts, or turns off. The Innokin has the much easier 3 click on & off button, & like I said prior the battery life is amazing!
18-01-2016 02:38 PM
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(18-01-2016 02:38 PM)JenJen101 Wrote:  I LOVE my Innokin Disrupter! It's a 50W & the battery life is amazing. Not to mention you can buy additional batteries-under $20." I have 1 on it & 1 charging so when mine finally craps out the other is ready to be slid on. It's VERY durable, trust me I've dropped this bad boy so many times on my hardwood floors it's unreal. Idk but to me this set up has been the best by far. I also have the Istick 50W, but I like the way the button on my Innokin works much better. It never sticks, or causes it to switch over to volts, or turns off. The Innokin has the much easier 3 click on & off button, & like I said prior the battery life is amazing!
Disrupter is better .
19-01-2016 05:32 AM
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