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Rolling review of a DNA75 VT Inbox by a mech mod user

Discussion in 'Reviews' started by DogMan, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. DogMan

    DogMan Butler

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    I received my hcigar VT inbox today [I did pay for it, no conflict of interest]

    I don't care about packaging, most of my mods come in velvet bags. This had big factory type box

    Mod has a good weight, firing button is well placed for forefinger firing in either hand.

    But I mostly want to give my thoughts on the electronics. I haven't, and maybe won't try temp features. But I have tried many boards over the years, and this is up there with the dicodes for instant firing and smooth output. Some will scoff and say all modern boards do that, but they really don't.

    So far, the DNA75 seems like good bang for your buck. Vape experience is similar to a mech for me, with added bonus of no battery drop off.

    I've got it set at 57.5 watts on a 0.26 coil.

    Will post more as time goes on.
     
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  2. Studiovape

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    So...? :)
     
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  3. DogMan

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    i have 2 now

    using them most of the time

    instant firing, smooth output with no detectable pulsing, no maintenance, when my coils start dropping off i increase 2 watts and get longer

    i'm buying a BAM by turbocad since i like it so much, solid silver wiring similar to you would do, which should aid battery life etc [i get a full day anyway, or 22-23 hours at worst]
     
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  4. Studiovape

    Studiovape Member

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    Thanks for the feedback Dan, any disadvantages in your opinion vs a mech or mosfet mech?
     
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  5. DogMan

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    longevity will be telling

    and, it'll sound dumb, but a mech or fet kinda gives strong hit in the morning after coffee, and more gentle by night time. I sometimes find i toot at night and think it is a bit too punchy for that time of day

    i guess i should hit minus a couple of times :blonde:

    not sure i'd vape it in heavy rain like mechs either, water must be a weak point
     

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