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I think it is too early for a full blown review, but would like to let you know my findings so far.
(of course as long winded as I am this will be longer than most reviews)
This little thing rocks!
It is tiny, but fits the hand great with the curved side.
life seems to be good. I have been vaping all day and it shows a little over half of my battery
left. I have been running it at 12.5 watts all day (4.9 volts/2.6 amps/1.9ohm). I used approximately 6ml of <a href="http://www.vapininthecape.com/eliquid
_c_7.html”>juice in my Nautilus Mini.
It has a puff timer which I find useless, but interesting. On my MVP i would usually hit the 10 second limit, but, on this one (which I am running at a much higher wattage) I only vape around 4-6 seconds.
It can be run in both variable voltage, or variable wattage. If you push the fire button 3 times quickly it switches mod
es. When you want to change the wattage/voltage you just push the appropriate button and it will move up or down by .1. It has a neat feature that when you hold the up/down button then press it again the voltage or wattage jump by .2. If you press it a third time they jump by .5. It will continue to move up or down until you press the opposite
button. This makes it quick to change to a lower or higher wattage/voltage. (this would probably be easier to understand with a video)
It also has the familiar 5 presses to on or off.
The display is easy to read and show a battery
charge level and atomizer ohms. The atomizer ohms are small, and on top below it will show you either the watts or volts. In larger numbers beside this shows either watts, or volts depending on the mod
e. If you are in wattage mod
e it shows the volts (calculated) in small numbers under the ohms, and watts in the large letters. If you are in voltage mod
e it shows the calculated watts in small numbers under ohms, and voltage in the larger. It is pretty cool that it shows the volts or watts based on the other number. I am currently running 12.5 watts and it shows the ohms at 1.9 and the volts at 4.8. If i run it to the max, it shows 15.9 watts which is 5.4 volts. It has a maximum of 5.5 volts so that is why it stops at 15.9 watts with my atomizer. To run it to the maximums I assume you would have to use a 1.5 ohm coil.
For $32.94 this thing is a tiny beast.
510 connection (Mine came with a great adapter)
An abundance of accessories. They even have a flip adapter to allow you to fold the atty over with the push of a button.
Small – my finger covers the air hole on the
Short delay when you push the fire button to when it fires (just a split second, but noticeable)
It is reported that it will not do very low voltage. I can’t confirm this with the equipment I have.
It looks funny with my Nautilus on it…it is too big. I like the Mini, but hate filling it all the time.
I would fully recommend this device for beginners and experts alike.
Here are the specifications:
- 2200mAh internal Li-Ion battery
- Variable Wattage (VW) up to 20W and Variable Voltage (VV) from 3v – 5.5v
- Bright OLED display
- 510 threaded connection
- Power on/off: Press the button for five times to turn the iStick on and off.
- 10-sec Protection: Maximum of 10 seconds per drag.
- Atomizer Short-Circuit Protection: If atomizer short-circuits, the OLED screen show “Atomizer Short”.
- Low-Voltage Protection: Once the battery is below 3.3V the OLED screen will show “Lock”, which means its time to recharge.
- Unlock the Low-voltage Protection: The iStick begins working again once it reaches 3.65V.
- Low power Alert: If the battery’s power is lower than 10%, the power symbol on the screen will flash.
- Atomizers from 1ohm to 3ohm capable
- Pass-Thru vaping while charging