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Eleaf iStick Pico X 75W TC VW APV Box Mod
Eleaf iStick Pico X 75W TC VW APV Box Mod

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Overall   (5.0)
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PROS
better than the original
CONS
doesn't take Arctic Fox firmware
I have used the original Pico, in TC mode, almost exclusively since it came out. The Pico X has an improved fire button, better threading on the battery door, a grippy surface so no need for a silicone sleeve. The down side for me is it won't take Arctic Fox firmware so it gets used some of the time but not all of the time. I'm glad I have one and would buy again. For vapers who use the original and don't use Arctic Fox the X should be an improvement.
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Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC VW APV Box Mod
Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC VW APV Box Mod

charlieiii
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Overall   (4.2)
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PROS
small size, temp control, single 18650,price
CONS
be gentle with the USB port. May be the fire button could be a tiny bit bigger, I wish the 510 threading was tighter.
This has to be one of the best selling mods on the planet for moderate power vaping. It's what i carry almost all the time. Small size with all day battery endurance are important to me. An all black pico with an all black SV rda clone even looks expensive. Add some value for no cost by installing the Arctic Fox firmware and learn how to use the features, a poor man's Escribe. This will be a classic form factor. It's just a great mod.
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charlieiii
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Overall   (5.0)
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PROS
Value for the money
I now know LED flashlights are a complicated subject. I'm glad this was my first light because I learned a lot for not much money and I still have an excellent light. Now I have another, very small, and imagine I'll own one or two more. I already use li batteries and have chargers for them. That's another part of owning one of these lights you need to consder. Good first light.
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charlieiii
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Overall   (4.7)
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PROS
mouth to lung, good juie well, optimized for single coils, outstanding value, good at flavors, easy too prevent leaking with slip ring.
this is the only atomizer i use for going on a year. i have several in case US government interferes with access to products. I can afford what ever I want. This is what I want. There are few other rda's intended for mtl. A tall slip ring seals the air supply for pocket carry. I use very little flavoring in my DIY Other atomizers can't pick it up when the SV can. A practical rda for mtl and easy to protect against leaking.
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charlieiii
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Overall   (4.2)
› Quality
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PROS
low cost
CONS
a bit springy
I just got this material yesterday. Made one coil for my rda and Kangxin mini and vaped it all day. I made my typical build, .9 ohm, and ran it as I usually do, 440 degrees and 30 max watts. As far as I can tell it vapes exactly the same as another much smaller roll of Ti wire that I bought here on fasttech a few months ago. It's a bit more challenging to build with because it's noticably more springy than my other Ti wire. I expect to get used to that. It's already my plan to build a jig that allows me to have both hands free for connecting leads. I'm going to use this stuff for another month or two and probably buy a second roll for the vapocalyse. I use about8" of wire a week. With 100m of this stuff I won't be hard up for wire for a long long time.
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