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    Review: Electric Angel Mech Mod

    These are made in Finland by Etusivu | electricangel. I am done with lists and secret handshakes and providing modders with interest free startup capital - these you just purchase as if you were just, well, purchasing something.

    They were easy to work with - and Mika was kind enough to accommodate my special needs with the serial number - Thanks Mika.

    The short version is I absolutely love this mod and after my 500 Jazz pipe - it will probably be my next one too.

    149 + 12 Euros. Finish post was pretty decent.

    Surprisingly light - dry weight is 100g (compared to provari 125g) - with kick and extension about 120g

    The quality is excellent (except for I must assume is an unlucky 510 - Mika has offered to send me a new one, I will update when that arrives)

    The design is to me what good engineering is all about - simple, effective and robust. The 510 post is adjustable and the batteries are held in tightly with no springs and big chunks of brass. The switch is lockable and effective - you could leave this in a swamp for a month and have it cleaned out in under a minute.

    If Biggles vaped, he would use this - has a real military issue feel about it and is just what I need for the upcoming zombie apocalypse.

    I would rate this as 10/10 except... I don’t like the slot cut through the threads on the 510, I prefer a 'drop zone' that is not threaded - just makes it easier to locate the atty. I guess on the other hand, the slot ‘wipes’ the threads on the screw clean - in any case, I am being pretty picky - shall we say a solid 98%

    Some measurements:

    Coil @ 1 − 1.1Ω Fresh CGR 18650 CH unloaded @4.20V loaded peak @ 3.96V (dunno the brand - it’s a good Japanese black one from SS600 hybrid IMR thingy)

    Fluke 76 TRMS - checked a few times with different batts.

    Gonna have to wait on the 350 - the missus has flattened them all with the Jazz!

    (Playing battery charging music)...

    For the 18350

    4.19V Unloaded, loaded @ 3.88V - an AW IMR with a few miles on it.




    Here’s what you get (a kick tube is included, which will take 18650s with a kick, or I guess 18800s if you have them.


    Attachment 6451 Attachment 6452



    650 kicked

    Attachment 6453



    650 std

    Attachment 6454


    350

    Attachment 6455

    Part 2 follows
    Last edited by mathsguy; 11-02-13 at 09:22 PM. Reason: Put measurements in
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    Gotta love this

    Attachment 6457

    Switch

    Attachment 6458


    Solid post - beautifully machined fit with the delrin

    Attachment 6459



    510 threading

    Attachment 6460

    Part 3 follows
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    10 chars for cabbages

    Attachment 6461
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    Not bad Mathdude, Is that a Penisaur sitting on a rock back there ????
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    That looks shipo proof.....Nice one Maths
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    Quote Originally Posted by bugzme View Post
    Not bad Mathdude, Is that a Penisaur sitting on a rock back there ????
    Thanks Bugz, it’s an otter my son made for me - but normally he does dinosaurs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shipo View Post
    That looks shipo proof.....Nice one Maths

    Cheers mate - it could well be Shipo proof!
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    Nice once mate, how's about some numbers from the multimeter?
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    Can be arranged - what were you after?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathsguy View Post
    Can be arranged - what were you after?
    Interested in voltage at the atty under load, whatever resistance you vape at in say 18650 and 18350 mode.
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