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Hcigar VT75 Box Mod with 1 – 75W

Hcigar VT75 NANO Box Mod

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coupon: 75new

€85.43


Le caratteristiche:

The Hcigar VT75 Nano is the smaller and more compact version of the original Hcigar VT75. Equipped with the DNA75W chip, it can fire up to 75 watts and supports Ni200, Titanium, and stainless steel wire. What is more, the device can utilize the Escribe software ( for Windows ) to fully customize your device and settings as well.
The device is powered by single high-rate 18650 battery ( not included ), and the newly redesigned battery cover allows for easy battery replacement. In addition, it also features a micro USB port for charging or for the Escribe software, and an external charger is recommended for optimal and faster charging.

Main Features:
The Hcigar VT75 Box Mod utilizes a newest Evolv DNA 75 color chip with an adjustable wattage from 1 - 75W. With a 18650 battery tube, the device can use both 26650 and 18650 battery ( 1pc ). It is durable and comfortable to use for its zinc alloy and aluminum alloy material, and the ergonomic design.

Main Features:
Supports 1pc 18650 / 26650 battery ( not included )
Resistance range: 0.15 - 3 ohm
Wattage range: 1 - 75W
TC range: 200 - 600 Deg.F / 100 - 315 Deg.C
Thread: 510
Material: zinc alloy and aluminum alloy




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