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One of the best decisions I've ever made had loads of different mods eg voopoo, innokin, smok, eleaf and vapresso and this is by far the best buy I've ever made, the device is solid tube style love the idea of a small screen so u know what life ure battery has got also love the fact it doesn't leak and that tank is awesome u can run at a very low wattage and still get loads of flavour can't recommend this device enough. 😊
I saw this mod on here a couple of months ago and really enjoyed using the Nunchaku. After reading Yianno's post, i found out that most devices today are simply cast where as they were CNC'd out of a solid bar or block before. i have a few devices which i suspect to be cast and holding this next to them, it's a dead giveaway so quality wise, it's a really great vape kit, above all others just for that.
The kit comes with a "nunchaku" tank which is quite nice also, because it cut out one of my main gripes, coils not unscrewing that is. i've had a couple of tanks which kept getting coils stuck in them when i tried to get them out but this kit has a press-fit coil system which makes things super easy.
It's a very decent piece of kit and perfect for me.
A stick mod with the convenience of being able to just switch to a fully new charged battery when it runs down, and also being able to change the wattage.\r\nLooks amazing, feels weighty in the hand, tank wise, there was no break in period for the coil, e
When it comes to vaping gear, everyone knows i’m a specialist mod/ atomizer kind of guy. I built coils ever since i can remember and that’s the way i like it, uh-huh, uh-huh. Eventually though, i’ll come across something awesome and place everything to the side for it. In this case, it’s the Nunchaku by Uwell. Let’s get suck in!
I hardly use “out of the box” stuff because that's just how i roll. I have nothing against devices like these and they work fantastically but they are not for me, or so i thought. Recently, there’s been an uprising in “out of the box” devices that have caught my attention. This is one.
First off, the Nunchaku sub ohm tank is just a treat. Made of primarily stainless construction, like most sub ohm tanks nowadays it features an airflow control ring, top fill and a pyrex tank. Machining and quality wise, everything is superb as expected by a company like Uwell. The design of the tank itself is phenomenal. The version i reviewed was the all black version and it looks really cool, that has to be said. The tank itself is good but the really cool part are the coils this sucker uses. First off, they are not screw in coils. Yeah, i know, i know. Not screw in but press fit! This makes life so much easier. Be honest, how many times have you had a coil get stuck in your tank? That's right, a few times. Well, no more stuck coils thanks to Uwell. The coils are not bad either. Straight out of the box, the tank comes with a 0.25Ω clapton style coil installed in the tank and another 0.40Ω coil as a spare. Instead of 70-80 Watts, the coils are rated to be used at 40-50 Watts which is awesome since the coils are going to last a hell of a lot longer. And it’s not just for the Nunchaku coils, Uwell does this for all their coils so, props there.
Moving onto the device, it brings back memories. I can’t remember the last time i saw a regulated tube mod. If i can just backtrack to the quality for a second, the mod as well as the tank are both CNC steel. That’s what you’re buying folks and that was the way tube mods were made back in the day. Compared with other mods which are moulded out of zinc alloy, this is purely steel which, if i'm honest, you can feel the quality when you hold and use it. Engraving on this device is gorgeous and really pops in the light. It also features a gold 510 pin, micro usb charging port for people who don't have a battery charger and wattage control buttons. This truly is a brilliant kit can impress anyone and trust me when i say, it performs as good as it looks.
It’s a good idea to switch flavours every few days, in order to avoid vaper's tongue