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Adding more to the legendary iPV lineup comes the iPV D2 by Pioneer4You. This concept came from the iPV Mini V2 with a ton of updates.
Now able to utilize temperature control, the iPV D2 will also be able to fire a high amount of wattage as well.
The iPV D2 requires a single 18650 battery that can be replaced by sliding off the removeable battery cover.
A max output of 75 watts in wattage mode and a max output of 50 joules, this unit takes vaping with a small form factor to the next level.
Atomizers built with kanthal will be able to fire down to 0.2Ω, atomizers built for temperature control will be able to fire as long as they are 0.05Ω.
· 1 x iPV D2 Box Mod by Pioneer4You (18650 Battery not included)
· 1 x iPV D2 Silicone Sleeve
· 1 x Micro USB Cable (DC5V)
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· YiHi SX130H chip
· Billet Aluminum Body
· Temperature Control Feature
· Requires Single 18650 High Amp Battery (Battery Sold Separately)
· Sliding Ball Bearing Battery Cover
· Output Wattage: 7W - 75W
· Output Joules: 5J - 50J
· Output Voltage: 1V - 7V
· Temperature Range: 200°F - 580°F (100°C - 300°C)
· Atomizer Resistance:
o 0.2Ω - 3.0Ω (Variable Wattage Mode)
o 0.05Ω - 0.3Ω (Temperature Control Mode)
· Spring Loaded 510 Atomizer Contact Pin
This product comes with a 14 day replacement warranty for manufacturing defects. If the product has been damaged in any way by the customer we reserve the right to refuse a refund or return.
Electronic Cigarette Batteries contain micro-electronic circuitry and micro-processors, users should store and handle these items with special care.
Use the On/Off feature when your electronic cigarette is not in use.
Only use the charger supplied with your product. Different batteries use different chargers.
Never leave charging batteries unattended unless you are using a charging safety bag.
Never submerge batteries in water or expose to extremely low or high temperatures.
Safely dispose of batteries once they have reached their end of life (WEE Derivative).
Always carry loose batteries in non-conductive containers, plastic or cardboard are fine, and never with metal/metallic objects such as loose change or keys.