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What’s a box mod?
If you’re looking to expand your access to the wide world of Saionara coils, a new box mod is a great option. A box mod houses one or more rechargeable batteries, and provides controls, a display, and a USB port to charge or update the firmware. We sell a small selection of attractive, top-rated box mods specifically chosen because they work well with the Saionara Atomizer. If you need some help deciding, check out our Sai Buyer’s Guide.
Geekvape Aegis X Mod
The Geekvape Aegis X mod is built for users on the move, and comes with more than enough tech under the hood for satisfying sessions and a ton of key features. Its Zinc alloy construction keeps it water, dust, and shock resistant, and also features a big and beautiful 2.4” OLED display screen. The Aegis X draws power from two 18650 batteries (not included) for up to 200 watts of output and provides you with a wide temperature control suite from 200°- 600°F / 100°- 415°C. The AS 2.0 chipset also makes this mod compatible with nickel, stainless, and titanium wires for even more flexibility. For the users who enjoy outdoor sessions while hiking the trails or soaking up the sun on the beach, the Geekvape Aegis X box mod is the perfect companion.
We offer a variety of high-quality chargers and batteries that are compatible with your box mod or vape of choice.
What's in the box
- 1 Aegis X Mod (batteries not included)
- 1 micro-USB charge cable
- 1 pack of spare parts
- 1 User Manual
- Battery: Two 18650 batteries (not included)
- Wattage output: 5 - 200 watts
- Voltage output: 0.1V - 12V volts
- Dimensions: 90mm by 56.1mm by 31.3mm
- Zinc-alloy Construction
- 2.4" OLED Display Screen
- AS 2.0 Chipset
- cheat sheet
- Ti Bucket
- sai taf
I use this with my Sai TAF with a ti bucket. It is fantastic - the wattage/temp cheat sheet is priceless. Slowly learning to get it working in my APX Volt quartz bucket.
Thanks for those pics, Ron. Really nice..... Regards, Larry