BOX MOD WARS- 40watt Vaporshark RDNA vs 150watt Chinese box mods
Lets get it on!!!
The vaping box mod wars have started, the electronic cigarette or Ecig industry is getting exciting. Let's look at the stats and check out the tale of the tape.
In the past 6 months China's biggest e-cigs manufactures have bought us 20 watts, 30 watts 50 watts and then in the space of a month they brought us the150watts of power....wow.
Feeling outgunned Vaporshark and Evolv think tank has been working away at the drawing board to bring us a chip that will come back in to the market to lead the way for a device that will beat the might of the Chinese. Well!!!
Vaporshark recently announced the new RDNA device powered by a Evolv 40 watt chip.... WHAT!!!! 40 watts, what the hell were they thinking, this is a total mismatch, 40watts against a 150 variable wattage device, it's like mike Tyson vs a feather weight.
Things are not looking good, I'm going to place my order and get a 150watt, but wait let me think about this.
Right, lets compare China's 150watt to a muscle car and the RDNA 40 watts to a German sports car, do you understand where I'm going?
The muscle car has more horses than a Arab sheik whilst the German car is refined intelligent and controlled, have you heard the term power is nothing without control?
Vaporshark has a new heat control feature that never lets your coil burn, no more dry hits, so it delivers a efficient Vape every time. Now you don't have to keep changing your coils as frequent and it also gives you a better battery life. 40 watts is enough power to give you a great hit and taste under the regulation of constant heat. As soon as it realises that the resistance has decreased due to heat the chip will change the power accordingly.
That's bloody genius, although it's USA design seems very German indeed! No offence to the yanks, well done.
Vaporshark RDNA will be hitting the British shores mid November, pre order your Vaporshark RDNA40 at Greyhaze, I've just done mine!
Will be available at Grey Haze Nottingham, Digbeth and Kings Heath Birmingham.