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    40+ watt regulated..

    Looking through Facebook and this monstrous thing catches my eye
    40+ watt regulated PV running at 0.59ohms

    No actual footage of it vaping yet, but seems like a cool concept, runs off of 2 18650 batteries.


    Variable Voltage
    Variable Wattage
    Real-time OHMS checker
    Real-time current meter
    Battery lever meter
    Security lock
    With Serial Number
    Can fire sub-OHMS
    On/off switch
    2.5-5.5 volts firing range
    10 amp limit
    40 watts
    Size: 99mm x 53mm x 28 mm
    Runs on 2 18650 batteries


    If this comes out to under $250 I think I might just get one.
    Last edited by Meeuwsy; 24-09-13 at 05:58 PM.

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    Grand Innovations << There Facebook page, I believe.

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    Was gonna make a thread about this. They're from the makers of the bagnet wick and wire v1 and v2 combo made in the phils

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    OOOOOoooooo $190 usd + "shipping". So probably going to end up around $250 mark shipped to Aus

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    Wat the fuk would u need 40 watts for?!

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    lol, touch screen looks like the jet's (touch devices) that are used by courier companies / auspost when you sign for a package.

    Not too sure why you would need to vape at 40watt's or what sort of Amp Draw it's going to need..

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluewaffle View Post
    Wat the fuk would u need 40 watts for?!

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    For the people that vape subohm and don't like the voltage dropping every 10 minutes I guess.

    Looks like I can skip over the DNA20s then.. just need to find if it's a PWM chip or not.


    Quote Originally Posted by soth View Post
    lol, touch screen looks like the jet's (touch devices) that are used by courier companies / auspost when you sign for a package.

    Not too sure why you would need to vape at 40watt's or what sort of Amp Draw it's going to need..
    at the full 40 watts, at 10 amps you can reach 0.4ohms of regulated power, that's AWESOME!

    and YEAH lool looks like those scanning/signing things posties carry around.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluewaffle View Post
    Wat the fuk would u need 40 watts for?!

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    Poppin coils and inhaling silica fibers, the cool kids are doin it.
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    Do you know de way 👺

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    Give it another month or two before the chinese notice. Then ill do a co-op for its clone that costs trinkets.

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