Box Mods

  • Vapecige BIGGER DNA 200

    In a world where everything technological is getting smaller, Vapecige introduces something bigger with the Vapecige BIGGER DNA 200. When you see that word “DNA,” you know one thing for sure: that your mod is powered by an Evolv chipset. As far as the title goes, BIGGER is an apt name for this square, wide, but strangely narrow box.

    Evolv DNA 200

    This is the most powerful Evolv chipset to date, although it could be surpassed at any time by the American company known for their safety features and vaping customization capacity. An OLED screen lets you view functional choices (temperature control or variable watt vaping) and also displays warnings or alerts. It’s clear and clean; easy to read. The chipset protects vapers from overheating, overcharging, low voltage, and more.

    The Vapecig BIGGER DNA 200

    So now you know a few things about the DNA 200 by Evolv, which gives you a little insight into the Vapecige BIGGER DNA 200 too. Adjust power to as much as 200 watts and down to as little as 1 watt, although you are not going to buy a 200-watt box mod in order to run it so low.

    That’s a safety feature allowing your device to stay cool. The screen is quite large at just under 1 inch oriented vertically to the left side, front facing. This display indicates several values: those watts from 1W to 200W, temperature from 100C to 300C or 200F to 600F, voltage when you are in VW mode (Watts and Temperature during TC usage), and the resistance of your coil.

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    Checking Resistance

    Here is another aspect to the Evolv DNA 200 Chip: it can tell what sort of coil you are using and its resistance. Early mods only offered Variable Wattage, so it didn’t matter what coil material was used, just ohms. Now, with a TC mod like the Vapecige BIGGER, your chip detects whether you are using Kanthal or Nickel 200, the latter being higher quality metal developed for this sort of purpose.

    If vapers choose Kanthal wire, their mod only permits the vaper to adjust wattage and will automatically monitor for overheating. When you apply a Nickel 200 or Titanium coil, it is possible to switch into TC function. With Kanthal wire, the Vapecige BIGGER lets you build or install coils with resistance as low as 0.2 ohms. In temperature control mode your lowest resistance is 0.1 ohms.

    Special Body

    VapeCige Bigger DNA200 Black

    Rubber paint provides a special sort of texture you do not usually get with anodized and brushed metals. The black, red, or blue BIGGER by Vapecige feels more comfortable as a result. When a vaper is gripping a device for several hours off and on all day, this is a lot easier on his hand.

    The back cover is magnetically attached to hold three removable batteries in place. It comes off with a tug but remains in place reliably the rest of the time. Although a tiny USB outlet sits below adjustment buttons and your screen, the makers advise using this to upgrade Evolv’s firmware at a later date, not for charging batteries.

    Lockable Device

    If you want to turn your mod off or lock it into a specific mode, there are instructions for doing that. It is only a matter of pressing the power button so many times rapidly. You can also vape stealthily, your screen turned off but still working when you need it.

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  • Lost Vape EFusion DNA 200

    If you thought Hana Modz vaporizers came in a lot of bright shades, you have never been introduced to the full range of colors at Lost Vape. Their EFusion DNA 200 continues a company trend in offering multiple colors and some limited edition patterns too. As when you buy a car, this feature is not as important as efficiency and safety, but customers still like to know they don’t have just two options: blue and silver.

    On the Inside of a Lost Vape EFusion DNA 200

    It’s what is on the inside that counts and Lost Vape’s 200W box mod has a lot going for it.

    Lost Vape EFusion DNA 200 Mods

    You could call this the supermodel that also has a great personality. Their choice of a DNA 200 says a lot about Lost Vape’s character. Firstly, the company is concerned for their customers’ safety. Secondly, they are patriotic. Thirdly, quality workmanship is important to Lost Vape and vendors regard this as one of the highest-quality box mods in its class.

    The Evolv DNA 200 PCB came out a little earlier this year to offer a huge leap in safety and power. While a Yihi from China is great, the Evolv has a longer and more substantial pedigree. Their PCB controls the screen, limits temperature, preheats your mod, and senses resistance. It knows when the coil in your atomizer is temperature-sensitive and when it is not, allowing your mod to reach 0.1 ohms or 0.2 ohms using pure nickel or Kanthal respectively.

    The temperature range is 200F to 600F. If you don’t abuse the box, it won’t let you get burned. Evolv’s PCB monitors your battery, ensuring balance between cells and checking in on each cell individually. Lost Vape’s mod uses a 1300-mAh cell.

    Pretty Tough Box

    The Lost Vape EFusion DNA 200 is made from aircraft-grade 6061 T6 Aluminum. This is tough stuff able to withstand knocks, being dropped, and everyday abuse. It comes in gold, copper, sapphire, blue, aqua, silver, black, green, and purple. Those are some fancy shades, almost enough for a rainbow and the standard seen with Lost Vape’s ESquare vaporizer. The EFusion was polished and anodized, so it is shiny but strong.

    Battery Connector Compatibility

    The EFusion is fitted with a highly compatible XT30 battery connector. This allows the user to choose from various brands of batteries. Unscrew the back of your box to release 3 cells and recharge them or charge batteries using a pre-installed USB port. This lets you vape and charge at the same time. Charging is carefully balanced, once again thanks to the Evolv DNA 200 control chip.

    Little Box, Big Ideas

    You have already seen what the EFusion is capable of, so its size might surprise you. The Lost Vape EFusion is just 3.35 inches long. Its dimensions are roughly equivalent to that of a box-shaped lighter such as a Zippo. You could close your hand around it easily. Atomizers come in various lengths, though, and your entire profile will be much longer.

    The 510 stainless steel connection thread will not rust, so attaching atomizers and removing them should be a smooth process. With so many top-fill types of RTAs plus RDAs, you might not have to remove an atomizer until the coil requires replacing, but this action should remain smooth, thanks to quality threading. With spring-loaded connection, most atomizers should feel at home.

    Expect to pay around $180 from an online vendor for the Lost Vape EFusion if you can find one in stock, and watch for those limited edition patterns.


  • Kanger Nebox

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    The Kanger Nebox All-in-One

    It’s a disadvantage as far as some vapers are concerned that vaping systems usually require a two-part setup. There’s the device to buy plus a tank, unless you order a starter kit with all compatible items in the package.

    Ultimately, this is no big deal for most vapers, but they do have to think a little bit about compatibility.

    • Is the vapor tank 510-threaded (which it usually is)?
    • Is there any corrosion in the threading, possibly before you even bring the device home (perhaps when an item has been sitting around in a warehouse for too long)?
    • Could the coil head be incompatible with your vaporizer output?
    • Is there an RBA head available for the tank you are buying?
    • Do the tank and vaporizer look good together?

    The whole setup becomes bigger when you start putting parts together. You can eliminate all of these considerations by purchasing an all-in-one vaporizer.

    Are There Many Choices?

    There aren’t too many of these devices but Kanger has added another to the list: meet the Kanger Nebox. It’s got ergonomically rounded sides for comfort in the hand. There are those familiar-looking buttons from the Subox: two small and one large. Kanger has opted for what appears to be ceramic coating, which is kind of glossy but not metallic, and available in several colors including baby blue.

    Kanger Nebox vs. Joyetech eGrip

    Let’s peer more deeply into this sleek-looking Kanger device which is designed to rival JoyeTech’s eGrip, now in OLED-CL format with a 5W to 30W variation, variable voltage mode, and a beautiful screen. The mouthpiece is a lot longer on JoyeTech’s device than the little one Kanger’s unit sports.

    The power button for Joye’s version is surrounded by a knurled wattage adjustment ring so there is only a single switch above the screen. View e juice through a narrow window using the eGrip. There’s a logo centrally located on one face of the Nebox providing an unusual window to your juice.

    The Nebox provides temperature control which is not available from the eGrip. JoyeTech’s model provides half as much output as the 60W Nebox and only 3.6 ml versus 10 ml with Kanger’s one-piece unit. Mind you, JoyeTech’s device is consequently smaller than Kanger’s and it comes in more colors too.

    Features of the Nebox

    What else does Kanger have up their sleeve? For one thing, the coil system in your atomizer is removable. There is even the choice of using an RBA system or pre-built coils: whichever is most convenient for you. Their atomizer coils are made with organic cotton and provides a minimum resistance of 0.15 ohms if you operate the TC system.

    With a Nebox you don’t have to remove the battery. This is replenished from a USB source using the port situated beneath your output adjustment buttons. A single battery can also be removed if you want to change batteries and go wireless at all times. There’s a screw cap at the base.

    It wouldn’t be right not to mention the glorious screen which is among the clearest of its kind. Set into an oval shape, it represents digits in a square, easily readable font including a maximum 600F temperature, the battery’s charge state, watts, and ohms.

    Purchase the Product

    Kanger’s Nebox is sold by lots of the company’s American retailers both online and in-store. The price is about $60-70, which is amazing considering you don’t have to buy a tank. Put Kanger’s reputation to the test and find out if all the great reviews you’ve been reading are true.