Wednesday, February 3, 2016

The Unique Technology Of New iStick TC100W !

The Eleaf iStick line has a new member joining the prestigious line of iSticks, the Eleaf iStick TC100W . The Eleaf iStick TC100W is a single/dual 18650 temperature control mod from Eleaf that has a unique upgraded design and form factor.

The new iStick TC100W uses unique technology that allows it to be used as either a single 18650 mod or a dual 18650 mod. Due to the included parallel circuit structure, you will have the ability to insert only one 18650 battery and use this mod. If you only have one 18650 battery inserted the maximum wattage will be capped at 75. When you have two 18650 batteries inserted into the iStick 100W Temperature Control your maximum wattage will jump to 100 watts.

In addition to the single/dual 18650 technology, this device also has all of the latest temperature control options including Ni200, titanium, stainless steel, and TCR mode for full customization.

The TC100W has a hidden fire button that makes the design of the device look much sleeker and stealthier. The hidden fire button acts much like the Smok X-Cube 2’s firing bar, the device is fired by pushing in on the side of the device. A demonstration of the hidden firing button is located below. You can easily lock the firing button by activating the discrete switch located on the top of the mod.

This mod also has the ability to be updated via firmware updates from Eleaf. When Eleaf sees an opportunity to improve this mod, they will be able to easily push out firmware updates that you can download directly from their website.

The iStick 100W with temperature control has two sturdy magnetic battery covers, one on each side of the mod. The battery doors on the TC100W are also interchangeable to fully customize your device, there will be multiple color options available that allow you to add a personalize touch to your mod.

If you like it,and want to buy one, remember the official authorized site is http://www.istick.org/istick-tc100w.html

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