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    The Kick in an SSGGTS

    Well everyone I am doing a short review on The Kick in my SSGGTS
    -Juice used W2V RY4 65pg/35vg
    -Set a @ 10 watts
    -Odysseus Coil at 1.6ohm
    -AW IMR 18490
    -Kick By Evolv (adjustable wattage module)
    First Impressions:

    Well it was finnicky as hell at first round, I had to clean contacts and check if there was any residual juice in collector per Killjoy1 and a few other friends. So after checking there was no juice or any dirty contacts. So after a few adjustments all you have to do is take the spring out as and drop unit and Kick it!

    It is very consistent and actually a much nicer experience then normal voltage. The vapor production is warm and blasts the coil. I apologize if my review skills suck but I'm trying to explain to the best of my abilities =)

    Overall it's a nice experience, and I'm glad I got one. I highly recommend it if you can get ahold of them as all 4 us distributors sold out in 30-40mins.. I will post a follow up after a week or so.

    If I could define the Kick in one word it would be consistency.

    Heres some pics in action, thanks for viewing my friends!

    Mac




    Last edited by Mac_206; 03-03-12 at 04:26 PM. Reason: typo

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    The way the kick acts as s regulator for consistent vaping is the one reason why I would consider purchasing one as after an hour of vaping on my 18650 cube, one already begins to notice a drop in output performance. For this reason I will buy one. I wonder if dropping a kick into the cube and removing the spring will work too?
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    i have no idea about the kick, but nice cloud you have there
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    Quote Originally Posted by besure View Post
    The way the kick acts as s regulator for consistent vaping is the one reason why I would consider purchasing one as after an hour of vaping on my 18650 cube, one already begins to notice a drop in output performance. For this reason I will buy one. I wonder if dropping a kick into the cube and removing the spring will work too?
    yeah as long as its grounded it will work in any 18650 device =)

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    Quote Originally Posted by CCC View Post
    i have no idea about the kick, but nice cloud you have there
    Thank you its actually dialed down now to about 8 watts but it spits out some clouds lol

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    Thanks for the review, Mac. I don't have an active interest in the KICK (yet), but I always like reading people's impressions of any device they're using and loved that you shared it with the forum.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Flitterby View Post
    Thanks for the review, Mac. I don't have an active interest in the KICK (yet), but I always like reading people's impressions of any device they're using and loved that you shared it with the forum.
    Why thank you I hope this can shed some interest or introduce some curiousity.

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    Looks interesting, How do you adjust the watts? Any idea on the range?

 

 
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