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Thread: Eleaf To Release 75w, 100w and 150w Versions of The iStick

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    Eleaf To Release 75w, 100w and 150w Versions of The iStick

    I think I would hold off till we know they are safe to handle!!

    Eleaf To Release 75w, 100w and 150w Versions of The iStick | Guide To Vaping
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    Coming next...

    240v iStick
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    Looks pretty good to me...

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    I'm still a sub 30watt vaper.
    It'll be a while before I purchase a device that powerful.
    My 20w and 30w isticks are used everyday, eleaf did a good job on them.
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    I got the 30w not long ago, I cant see my self needing anything with more power, but the istick range is one of the best in years imo. Affordable, compact and with enough power without the unnecessary extra features.
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    The killer feature the 50 has for us <15watters is 7+ days of use. It's like I've got an old school Nokia again.
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