This is right feeling and experience when a reviewer received his item tesla nano 120W Mod.
I got this mod from Urvapin about 4 days ago and I am absolutely loving this thing! Not only is it by far my most aesthetic mod, it is a total beast. I had batteries all ready to go (paired LG HG2s) but I had no idea the finish on this copper-colored mod (Valentine) would be this beautiful. I am a tank vaper and I have black and silver tanks but no rose gold/copper tank. Yet. I have on on the way now that I know this is going to be my primary mod for the foreseeable future. For now I am running a Freemax Starre Pure tank on it. Ceramic is my preferred wick of choice, you see.
I received my mod via DHL 4 days after shipment, which is definitely a record for an order coming out of China. Right away I was impressed with the beautiful box the mod comes in. I can’t speak for the other colors in this series, but the rose gold one came in an easy-access box that’s gold on the bottom with a white lid that has a cool steampunk design embossed across the top of the lid. Upon opening the lid I just took a second to enjoy the beauty of this mod. It truly is gorgeous. I lifted it out of the box and was immediately impressed by the solid feel of the mod itself, and then by the glossy brushed copper finish. It looks and feels like solid copper! I popped in the batteries and the screen sprang to life. It’s nice and bright and very easy to read. I put the Pure tank on it and noted that the screen shows resistance, voltage, wattage (cuz that’s how I roll), “taste,” (set to hard, also how I roll), output mode (KA), battery level, and memory mode. I easily figured out that to change menu settings you just hit the fire button 3 times and move through the menu by hitting either the up or down buttons. To access the submenu you just hit the fire button. When the menu is on the battery menu you hit the fire button to see the version information. The thing I like best about the battery menu is that you see a bar on the screen AND the actual battery percentage right next to it. I noticed that when the battery is full to about 1/4 full the percentage doesn’t change often. When the battery gets very low on power I can watch the percentage change. I went from 7% to 4% with one long puff, lol!
This mod has really impressed me by how stable the vape is. I get the exact same hit every single time. No drop-off, no random ramp-up time (no ramp-up time at all!), and the temp is the same on each and every pull. I have not had to adjust my settings at all in the past 4 days. I honestly can’t say that for any of my other mods!
Battery life is as good or better than I expected for a dual 18650 mod. It seems to use power very efficiently. I get 2 days’ worth of charge out of a set of batteries and I am vaping on it constantly when I am not at work and the batteries are draining evenly.
The on/off switch has to be the coolest feature this mod offers, and there are a LOT of cool features. I have carried it with me to work and when out and about and it’s so easy to remember to simply flip the switch to the off position before I pocket (or purse) this mod and I never have to worry about it being set differently when I grab it to take a vape. It’s instantly ready to go as soon as it is flipped into the “on” position.
Once I get the new tank, an Ijust S (in copper, and because it will take the SS EUC ceramic coils with the Atlantis adapter) I will play with it in temp mode. Until then I can’t comment on how it works in TC but I have high hopes for it.
Overall, this is a very solid, well put-together mod with a little heft, an amazing hand feel, and no minuses so far. If you are considering picking up one of these mods, Urvapin has them for $43.99 for the next 6 days and I can say my experience with them has been wonderful.