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Wismec Reuleaux RX2/3 TC 150W/200W Box Mod - $45.60 - Free Shipping

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Wismec Reuleaux RX2/3 TC 150W/200W Box Mod Powered by Two/Three Cells with Upgradeable Firmware

Coupon Code: RX23MOD
Final Price: $45.60
Free Shipping: Pre-Order. Ships on Aug 15.

Links:
http://www.cvapor.com/wismec-reul...mware.html
http://www.cvapor.com/media/catal...6er51g.jpg

The Reuleaux RX2/3 is an updated version of Reuleaux series mod. This mod is also a temperature control mod that features upgradeable firmware function. The RX2/3 can be powered by two or three cells by your optional. And it can fire up to 150W or 200W. With two cells,the maximum output power is 150W while the output power reaches 200W with three cells. There are six colors to choose.

Features:
1. Replaceable Back Cover for 2/3 cells
2. Optional High Power Output of 150W/200W
3. Variable Temperature Control System
4. Support VW/TC-Ni/TC-Ti/TC-SS/TCR mode
5. Spring Loaded 510 Connector
6. Reverse Polarity Protection
7. Upgradeable Firmware with Custom Logo
8. Charge via USB port

Package content:
1 x Reuleaux RX2/3 (no cells)
1 x Back cover for 2 cells
1 x USB cable
1 x User manual
1 x Warning card

Parameter:
Size
40.2*34.5*88.7mm (for 2 cells)
40.2*50.1*88.7mm (for 3 cells)
Output wattage
1-150W (for 2 cells)
1-200W (for 3 cells)
Mode Type VW/TC-Ni/TC-Ti/TC-SS/TCR Mode
Resistance Range
0.05-1.5ohm for TC mode
0.1-3.5ohm for VW mode
Thread Type 510 spring loaded thread
Battery Type 2/3* High-rate 18650 cell (discharging current should be above 25A)
Temperature range 100-315°C/ 200-600°F (TC mod)
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NVM, I thought this is a laser pointer
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hhhmm i have the DNA200 of this but maybe should grab it as a backup
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Final price $27.03 ??
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if I just want to use this at low voltage to vape all day, will the batteries last all day? I don't want to be a fog machine but my current mod eats batteries and I just use it so I don't smoke.

also, $27...where?
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Final price $27.03 ??
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if I just want to use this at low voltage to vape all day, will the batteries last all day? I don't want to be a fog machine but my current mod eats batteries and I just use it so I don't smoke.

also, $27...where?

Sorry for the typo... updated the price to $45.60.
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Quote from AdamA8790 View Post :
if I just want to use this at low voltage to vape all day, will the batteries last all day? I don't want to be a fog machine but my current mod eats batteries and I just use it so I don't smoke.

also, $27...where?
It really depends on your setup and how much you vape. Or you may be using offbrand, or bad, or worn batteries. After 3 - 6 months, they all tend to decline in performance.

1.2 ohms and a good 3000 mah battery should last 10 - 12 hours.

.8 ohms and a good 3000 mah battery should get you 8 - 10 hours of use.

.2 ohms and a capable 2500 mah battery is more like 4 hours. Somewhere around 40 watts or more is where people tend to buy 2 battery mods.

This is a rough rule of thumb. Obviously if you're a heavy vaper, vaping hot or using coils that require more watts to heat up, you're going to go through more battery.

If you share your setup, I'm sure you'll get some better info...this is just general consideration.

Personally, I wouldn't haul this big guy around. 3 batteries is going to take up your pocket and pull down your pants. Many people using this are just going to keep it for vaping around the house.

But to answer your specific question...if you're generally using a standard coil at higher resistance (aka, not significant clouds), you should get a day or more out of this.
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It really depends on your setup and how much you vape. Or you may be using offbrand, or bad, or worn batteries. After 3 - 6 months, they all tend to decline in performance.

1.2 ohms and a good 3000 mah battery should last 10 - 12 hours.

.8 ohms and a good 3000 mah battery should get you 8 - 10 hours of use.

.2 ohms and a capable 2500 mah battery is more like 4 hours. Somewhere around 40 watts or more is where people tend to buy 2 battery mods.

This is a rough rule of thumb. Obviously if you're a heavy vaper, vaping hot or using coils that require more watts to heat up, you're going to go through more battery.

If you share your setup, I'm sure you'll get some better info...this is just general consideration.

Personally, I wouldn't haul this big guy around. 3 batteries is going to take up your pocket and pull down your pants. Many people using this are just going to keep it for vaping around the house.

But to answer your specific question...if you're generally using a standard coil at higher resistance (aka, not significant clouds), you should get a day or more out of this.
I have two Aspire Pegasus mods that take 18560. I have in a .25 coil in each (Aprie brand) setup and both have Trident tanks. The problem is that with my old batteries and now even the new ones I got off Amazon, this things drains like crazy. Can old/gummed up coils cause this? I usually vape at around 33-40 wattage but, like clockwork, after sometimes less than an hour the voltage drops to 2.38 and it basically tells me "low batt". I don't remember it being like this when I got them. I am easily going through 5-7 batteries a day as I am constantly lightly vaping. I don't do any of that cloud chasing stuff. I got it specifically to keep me from smoking again. I feel like I am doing something wrong since it sucks on both mods I have which are exactly the same in every way. The store guy gave me the .25's which register as 26ohms. Any help would be appreciated. I can post the battery models too if needed.

Maybe my charger isn't charging them correctly? I have no clue what is going on but it is quickly driving me back to smoking.

I have this charger... https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 And these batteries (three kinds) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 (a week old and not holding charge at all) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 (at least a year old) and http://online.aspirecig.com/aspir...p-107.html (probably about 7-10 months old) I'm sure now this is all wrong and would love the explanation of what I did wrong so I can avoid it again and suggestions on what to buy to maximize my battery life. Even if that means going to a different coil resistance. I am not interested in rebuilding my own however. Thanks again for such quick replies.
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I have two Aspire Pegasus mods that take 18560. I have in a .25 coil in each (Aprie brand) setup and both have Trident tanks. The problem is that with my old batteries and now even the new ones I got off Amazon, this things drains like crazy. Can old/gummed up coils cause this? I usually vape at around 33-40 wattage but, like clockwork, after sometimes less than an hour the voltage drops to 2.38 and it basically tells me "low batt". I don't remember it being like this when I got them. I am easily going through 5-7 batteries a day as I am constantly lightly vaping. I don't do any of that cloud chasing stuff. I got it specifically to keep me from smoking again. I feel like I am doing something wrong since it sucks on both mods I have which are exactly the same in every way. The store guy gave me the .25's which register as 26ohms. Any help would be appreciated. I can post the battery models too if needed.

Maybe my charger isn't charging them correctly? I have no clue what is going on but it is quickly driving me back to smoking.

I have this charger... https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 And these batteries (three kinds) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 (a week old and not holding charge at all) https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 (at least a year old) and http://online.aspirecig.com/aspir...p-107.html (probably about 7-10 months old) I'm sure now this is all wrong and would love the explanation of what I did wrong so I can avoid it again and suggestions on what to buy to maximize my battery life. Even if that means going to a different coil resistance. I am not interested in rebuilding my own however. Thanks again for such quick replies.
You at least have the wrong battery. You bought high capacity, but you need high output. These are better for flashlights - a little energy draw over long periods of time. Vaping is a big draw for a few seconds.

You need 15 amps to vape .25 ohms at 40 watts, and it's always a good idea to leave room for safety or a slightly different setup. Those batteries you have put out 7 amps. In a mech mod, you would be really risking an explosion vaping like this.

Samsung INR-18650-25R or the brown LG HB series ones would do the trick. They have near identical performance. You could safely pull 20 to 25 amps on them. Buy the best deal...but make sure you buy authentic from a reputable seller. Illumn and Orbtronic are my preferred stores.

With a .25 ohm coil, expect about 4h of vaping. You probably want 4 batteries.

Alternatively, you could build a setup at like 1.5 ohms at up to 20 watts and keep your batteries if they aren't damaged. You might prefer it if you want a hot mouth hit. Many who are just making the switch prefer to vape like they used to smoke. This setup usually goes with higher nic juice since there tends to be less vapor production. This setup would get you nearly a full day on your battery if it's not damaged.

If you got this deal, 2 or 3 batteries should get you through the day depending on use. Practice battery safety and marry them - always use them in a set together. Get 6, and once you answer the 2 or 3 question mark the sets A, B, or C (if 2).

Regarding coils, it's not hard to build them yourself, unless you're doing specialty coils. But you can buy pre made coils really cheap at Fasttech for just a few pennies more. The downside is they can take a couple of weeks to arrive.

Your charger is just fine. It's good at what it does.

EDIT: I went through all 3 batteries. The first ones were discussed above.

The 2nd set, if from that seller, might be fake. I know they will work fine in that setup for about 4 hours. Use that as your benchmark. But .25 ohm is hard on one cell. You want to be at like 1 ohm or above. At least .8 ohms. The extra resistance means the batter doesn't have to work as hard to generate heat.

The third ones are rewrapped from a major manufacturer. They often sell off their non conforming production to people to rewrap them and sell under their own brand. Assuming the specs are legit, it's a really high draw battery but it doesn't store much energy. Basically the opposit problem of #1.
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