Have a nice new week, my friends. Recently, the aforementioned company nevertheless decided on an official release, introducing its new product called Cthulhu Tube Mod, the features of which we now have to get acquainted with.
1.Cthulhu Tube Semi-Mechanical Mod
The design of the device from the moment of those very first and mean photos for information was almost instantly baptized by users, as an almost complete copy of the famous “Hummingbird” fashion. As for the Cthulhu Tube Mod, it came out in the traditional for the manufacturer colors: black and steel.
Support resistance from 0.1Ω
Maximum output current: 40A
Equipped with insulators
Two ventilation holes
Fire side button
Batteries: 18350/18650 (with spacer)
Landing atomizers 22mm and 24mm
The device supports landing only two types of vape tanks: with a diameter of 24mm and 22mm. And if under the 22mm on the connector part of the mod chamfers are removed, then in the case of 24mm, slightly unpleasant overhangs are possible.
The second element responsible for the security of the Cthulhu Tube MOD is a small chip in size and functionality, equipped with two MOSFET transistors. This board limits the minimum resistance to 0.1Ω and the output current to 40A.
And the third design feature in terms of security in the new product can be called insulators embedded inside, which, according to the manufacturer, will not allow a short circuit even if the braided battery is damaged.
2. Augvape VX200 TC Box Mod
Today, my guest is another novelty from the company Augvape. It was interesting to feel it, because the developers obviously worked quite well on it.
Dimensions: 88 x 44.5 x 28.5mm (only mod)
Weight: 64g Case
Material: ABS plastic
Power supply: 2 x 18650
Chipset: PI chip
Output power: 5 – 200W
Voltage range: 0.5 – 7.2V Peak
Operating mode: POWER, TC (NI200, SS, TI), TCR, VV, BYPASS
Temperature range: 200 – 600/100 ℃ – 315 ℃
Supported resistance: 0.05 – 3.0Ω
The box mod is made entirely of plastic, it looks like it is not cheap and not caustic, but it is subject to chafing and scratching. The landing area is steel, it protrudes quite a bit from the main body, therefore the atoms that are turned on are not left behind.
By the way, this kid has a decent reserve for landing – to take on board 26mm is not a problem for him. The control panel is hidden under the glossy plastic panel, which is well branded – but it looks impressive.
The display is not small, but it provides a lot of information and makes it articulate. However, it is rather dim, and the brightness is not adjustable. The design is quite pleasant, and the landing stock for such a kid is impressive. Well, as cherries for him, I will consider small dimensions and weight, and, consequently, excellent ergonomics, decent functionality and an acceptable price tag.