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#1 (permalink)      12/1/2017 3:00:56 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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FloWo1701
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So, this behaves like a mecht
I never used mechs before.
Is there any kind of protection with this one?
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Yes, it has all the protections in there. It also cuts off the amperage to limit the power to 50W.

Having bought two more squonkers after this one (one fully mechanical, one regulated) I have to say, that the Squeeze isn't that bad at all (if you can tolerate Eleafs QC, which you can at 15 bucks). Even the stiffer bottle isn't a problem, it's actually way more intuitive to use than the super soft silicone ones.

Building to the requirements of 3.9-3.6V was something I had to get used to though. VV/VW are so much more convenient (and versatile), especially if you prefer to take long, drawn out and slow drags.

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Mines languishing in a drawer since I got my steam rabbit.
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On a 0.35 coil ish, instead of getting 45 to 50W (I said ish on the coil) you are honestly getting 40W and after a month of extensive use, it felt like 35W. Comparison made using my Therion BF and VooPoo Drag. A mech with the same coil hits harder than this, so its not voltage drop.
All in all I was using this as my work mod, and it has survived quite a hecking lot of dust and smaller drops. Now for work Im using the Athena box mod and Kennedy with 0.3 coils. (All metal, cant go wrong)
All in all, its a neato entry modcif you dont want to shell out more cash for a better regulated mod.
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Thanks guys! I really appreciate your help.
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#6 (permalink)      12/1/2017 8:48:02 AM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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This dosnt have a wattage cuttoff. It performs like a mech, it doesn't hit as hard as a high end squonker. But if this is your first squonker I say buy it.I have 2, among my other 30 or so squonkers. I use mine almost everyday. It's my work squonker, and truth me told it performs better than some that cost over 100 bucks.
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Squonk_life wrote:

This dosnt have a wattage cuttoff


I still don't know how this thing works. SOme say it has the 50W cut off, others say it gives a constant 3.7V of power.

All I know is, if I build fairly low (lower than I'd usually build) at around 0.2 ohm, it gives me a very consistent vape throughout the battery life.


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I never got to the cutoff point, so I can't be really sure.

But from experience I am positive that it doesn't give constant voltage. There is also a video (by an italian guy?) that ran it against his harder hitting mechanical squonkers and it tied with the best one he had at giving out 3.91V (or so, all from memory) with a full battery. I am no mech expert but from my understanding that's pretty good, no?

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I have 2 of these as well as a few self made and 3d printed mods and as long as you build to 3.7 you will get fairly consistant vape right up to when it refuses to fire.When battery is charged it will be a little fiesty and when its nearly discharged it will start to weaken.This is the same for full mechs but the Pico has the ubove mentioned safety features as well,and as a first squonk for testing the waters or as a work/throwaway beater its still pretty good.Chuck something small like a Wasp nano on top and you will have a great little setup.
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I also have my doubts that this has a 50w cutoff...
I wish there would be a real answer to this.
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i always thought it was like a regulated device that is set to 50W or 4.4v (or whatever the equivalent is) and essentially removed the display and buttons. but it's not like an unregulated device.