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    Futura DNA30

    Does anyone here have one of these?

    I have some money allotted for another expensive mechanical but was thinking one of these instead...dont really like box mods so this looks good.

    I pretty much exclusively vape drippers at about 0.5-0.6ohms...what sort of voltage will I be able to get it to fire at?

    Any info appreciated!

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    I was going to get a Futura DNA 20 as I (either correctly or incorrectly) define the Futura as comparable to a Provari in both quality and desirability. However, I managed to pick up a Provari at the right price. Having said that .... I believe, given that the Chinese have released a range of boards which compete with the Evolv range of DNA boards that we will see a number of new DNA 30 mods hit the market in the near future.

    There is at least one version of these Chinese DNA board clones that has a unique feature. That is that you can bypass the board and turn your regulated Mod into a Mech Mod. So not only will they provide a regulated DNA capability but also provide all the advantages of a Mech Mod.

    Interesting times ahead.

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    Might be worth waiting a couple months then!

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    Exactly my thoughts ... although, I'm buggered if I will ever need 30watts.

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    I need something close to that due to the subohm coils i use every day

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    Well, the new chips will give you the best of both worlds.

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    Here are details of the new chips ... note the bypass mode.
    Yihiecigar SX350

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel1 View Post
    Here are details of the new chips ... note the bypass mode.
    Yihiecigar SX350
    looks good...excuse the noob question but will I be able to fire 0.5 ohms at 4.2 volts with something like that?

    If it cant do 4.2 then I might as well stick with the mech and carry a couple VTC4's around like I have been

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    Honestly i think your money is better spent elsewhere - The maker of the futura is a blatant liar and you will be screwed over with service and after market assistance. The device itself is ok, not great and not on the level of a provari. I have not often had to complain about a mod or a company but Nexgen and the Futura are definitely not worth praising.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rebel1 View Post
    Here are details of the new chips ... note the bypass mode.
    Yihiecigar SX350
    Did you notice this bit?

    Quote Originally Posted by DodgyChipMaker
    Q: Only one button on your board ?
    A: Yes, because Gravity sensor will changer the power automatically so no need the "+" or "-" button anymore.
    That's why all ppl said our chip is very easy for them to build the mod. differents from dna30
    So it's the chip in that silly mod you have to shake and wobble like a loon to use. Makes it unusuable in my eyes.

 

 
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