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Control all the Temperature
The EVIC Vt
The IPV V4
The IPV V3 li VR
The 44 DNA200
One thing I did not touch on in this video is nickel safety.
Some people are straight up allergic to nickel and obviously
should probably not be using it.
Lots of people are telling me it's very very unsafe to use
due to "leaching" there is even a video floating around
youtube of a shop owner ( RE: Non scientist ) talking
about how horrible nickel is to vape with.
As of today I have not seen or read any conclusive
evidence that nickel is good or bad to vape with.
obviously vape at your own risk.
I'm not afraid to admit that Temp control is growing on me
Building with Nickel can be tricky as you need a very
secure connection to the posts ( most people
recommend wrapping around the screws rather
than going through the holes )
As it stands, temp control has delivered on everything
it's supposed to, and can be used at higher wattages
and temperatures ( thanks to the new generation of temp control devices ) to get the nice warm vape i'm used to
without having to worry about the looming threat of
a dry hit.
The EVIC Vt is rad. I've enjoyed mine quite a bit
especially when using the included Ego One Mega tanks
with nickel coil heads.
When using too low of a resistence the Evic VT will
slip out of temp control mode, so keep those OHMS
as high as you can.
5000mah LIPO pack
60w Output in Temp mode
down to 0.2ohms for Nickel
down to 0.4ohms for Titanium
Easy to use Display, no wonky
The IPV V4 is less than impressive. I don't like the fit
and finish, I don't like the battery cover, I don't
like the mirrored window over the display, and I don't
like the fact they included a useless 9v battery charging
board that can potentially short out your whole mod.
The buttons are fine and it does have a spring loaded 510
but overall it feels cheap and with other / better temp control
and IPV models out there, I would just go ahead and
avoid this one. IMO
The IPV V3 LI VR on the other hand is quite a step up.
Better fit and finish, better display and better buttons.
The Yihi SX330-V3SL Temperature Control chip has an
easy menu to navigate and adjust, and in my experience
is very accurate when it comes to temp control
Even without temp control using this as a 200w, variable
wattage device is a great experience IMO.
Product links are below
IPV V4 ( this originally came from VapeVine, but they don't have them
in stock anymore, so use your GoogleFu if you want to track one down) :)
IPV V3 Li VR
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