Well, our second guest is actually a unique person-a boring novelty Pulse Aio from Vandy Vape. Naturally, this idea once again belongs to the notorious hatter Tony B, who is the father of the Pulse family.
Dimensions: 97.5 x 55.6 x 28.2mm
Weight: about 140g Body
material: plastic + metal
Power: 1 x 18650/20700/21700
Cartridge capacity: 3.7 / 5.0ml Vaporizer
resistance: VVC coil, RBA POD , Boro tank
Power: 5 – 80W
Operating mode: VW, TC (NI200, SS, TI), VV, BYPASS
Temperature range: 200 ℉ – 600 ℉ / 100 ℃ – 315 ℃
Supported resistance: 0.05 – 3.0Ω
As you know, with their release, the Vandy Vape company’s developers tried to “fight” all the sub-modules of the “upper”, namely Dotmod, Cthulhu, SXK and other brands. This is why the device is manufactured in a familiar way. Brick style-concise-without vulgar decorations.
The latter also includes the translucency of the case, which, by the way, is entirely plastic. But the novelty size is obviously not small, all because it intends to eat, including an external battery in the 21700 formats. But it turns out that the weight is quite moderate.
The control pulse aio panel is mostly hidden under another detachable side panel, and will not be spied on. Outside, there is only a fairly large activation button. The display is naturally small, and thanks to the monochrome color, the setting keys are not the most cumbersome.