I just saw a deal on the Cloupor 100w mod for only $67- if anyone is interested in a powerhouse type mod?! You have to use the purchase link fund on the review page in order to get the discount for the Cloupor T6 100w mod seen at $67.92 Cloupor T6 100w Variable Wattage Free Shipping | Vaping Discounts
Soon I will be getting in the other Cloupor 30w mod I ordered at Fasttech for $52- something at Fasttech as well as what the vendor has it priced for being "indestructable" mod while not actually water proof just water resistant with a durable body. $51.98 E-LVT Variable Voltage /Wattage Mod / Power bank - grey
Fasttech had it in a few more colors there however since most only see the grey or the blue as the two choices.
Then FINALLY today the other 50watter I had ordered on 11/13 made it in. That's the Bluetooth capable Smok BEC Pro I mentioned before and it comes with two not just one eGo thread cover one having a large opening to allow the base of a typical 1.6ml clearomizer like an IClear 16 to sit down below the top of the cover.
What's unique about this one besides being able to remote control it with an IPhonie is the Mech mode as well as the wattage and voltage modes. In mech mode it still managed to throw off some watts like about 14w while it came in set for 35w.
If you look along the end cap itself you will see the slot shaped intake holes for when you have a large tank on that covers it up. The next shot shows the difference in end covers.
When first firing it up with the one of three Atlantis tanks still not used along with another flavor not tried at the higher watts a cloud burst be seen!
When later moving the same tank over to the ZNA 50 I had to run it at 40w to get the same amount seen with 35w on the Smok APV there. So there are differences to take into consideration when going to pick out a new mod.
For me after the Smok Groove II quit suddenly one night when it hadn't actually seen that much use from January to June that urked me about buying any more mods with sealed batteries until deciding to take a chance with the iSticks since I could simply keep one of those on me while not getting the millage the others will. I don't need a belt holster like the MVP or VTR would or have a longer eGo battery falling out of a pocket.