Mods come in a variety of styles, sizes, maximum power outputs, colours & finishes. A Mod usually contains the battery that provide the power to your tank or atomizer. So whether it's something small & portable you're sure to find a mod to suit you.
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What is a mod?
The term "Mod" is believed to be derived from the word "modify". Vapers began to modify their devices in the early days of device manufacturers, allowing them to produce more power and the rest, as they say, is history! A mod now is referred to a device that a tank connects to and holds the batteries.
Do I need a Mod?
Mods are intended for individuals who have been vaping for a long time. Most mods contain a plethora of functions which are not needed for beginners.
What are the advantages of a Mod?
Mods are used primarily because of their features, one of the most important being Variable Wattage, the setting which allows the user the amount of power going to the coil. Other features include circuit protections, temperature control and many others.
What kind of battery life can I expect from a Variable Wattage Mod?
Mods in general usually operate with single or dual 18650 batteries. Each battery has a rating of around 2000mAh. In comparison to a beginner vape kit which can vary between 350mAh to around 800mAh or more.
What power differences can I expect with the use of a Mod?
Mods come in various flavours and styles but the thing most vapers look at is the power rating. Some Mods have power options which can reach the high 200’s, this has to do with the power requirements of their coils. You can find more information on the subject of mods and atomizer resistance via our Beginners Guide to Sub-Ohm Vaping Guide