iKonn 220 Watt Box Mod Vape

Product Code: IKONN

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Eleaf 220W Box Mod Kit w/ GS Juni Tank

The mod is powered by dual 18650 batteries, which are accessed by opening the battery bay at the bottom via a hinge system. The batteries can be charged using the micro USB port, which employs a balanced trickle charge system for maximum safety and efficiency. Charging also occurs at a fast 2 amps of current to quickly top off the cells. Best of all, a new reverse charging system converts the 510 connection into a USB output device in an emergency, allowing you to charge your phone or other USB device. However, you will need to purchase an RC adapter separately. On a technical level, this device has everything you could possibly need. The Ikonn 220 Mod has a massive 220 watt capacity, temperature control up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and can fire with resistance as low as 0.05ohm. Variable temperature works with all coil types, including nickel, titanium, stainless steel, and TCR. There's also a preheat function that ensures the coils heat up as quickly as possible during mod firing. Amazing patterns on this mod, as well as a wide range of color combinations and a carbon fiber panel, set it apart from the crowd. It comes in gold/red, red/black, blue/black, green/black, silver/black, and all black colors. The dimensions of 44mm x 85.3mm x 28mm result in a portable device that weighs only 134g.

Features & Specs of iKonn 220

Measurements: 44mm x 85.3mm x 28mm
0.91″ OLED with three menu options
Ventilation holes
Ergonomic stealth fire trigger
510 threaded connection
Compatible with 28mm diameter atomizers
Utilizes dual 18650 batteries
Hinged bottom battery door
2A charging
Balance/trickle charging
Use as power bank with optional RC cable
Modes: Power, TC Ni, TC SS, TC Ti, TCR x 3
Preheat system
Power output range: 1W to220W
Temperature range: 200℉ to 600℉ or 100℃ to 315℃
Maximum output current: 50A
Power mode resistance range: 0.1Ω to 3.5Ω
TC resistance range: 0.05Ω to 1.5Ω

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