AcryliMax Acrylic Variable Volt APV, Blue Thunder
This is a MadVapes exclusive. Introducing a new variable volt APV manufactured by MadVapes right here in the USA!!!
This is a variable volt APV made by madvapes that uses the same circuit board as the Zmax in a colored acrylic tube. This is really a variable power mod because you have the option of adjusting either your voltage or your power (watts). The AcryliMax adjusts from 3.0 to 6.0 Volts in .1 volt increments or 3.0 to 15 Watts in .5 Watt increments. The AcryliMax is made of a clear durable acrylic and has a maximum output of 4 Amps
With a side mounted button, the 510 connector is free to accept any 510 tank. And with the power of varaible volt you can use almost any tank or carto you have. In addition there are ample vent holes in the side of this APV for added safety.
The AcryliMax will accept the following batteries: Button Top IMR 18650, TrustFire Protected 18650 Battery, 2400mAh, TrustFire Protected 18650 Flat Top Battery, 2400mAh, Ultrafire Protected 18650 Battery, 2400 mAh, or the MarsFire Protected 18650 Battery, 2600mAh.
Never use non-rechargeable batteries in any device. Only use the recommended batteries for this device.
All adjustments and settings are made with the push button switch. This includes a setting to turn your AcryliMax off for safe travel in your pocket, bag or purse.
There is a 90 Day warranty for device failures under normal use.
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Cartomizers, tanks, batteries or other accessories shown in the photos are not included. This is for the AcryliMax unit only.
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- great little device with isuesReview by timothy
- Works great but..Review by Craig
Otherwise works great.. 1 star off for price and 1 star off for no instructions for this chip.
(Posted on 12/4/12)
- A lot of features with practiceReview by Mark Linehan / BigDaddyEcig
The metal threads that are press fitted into the acrylic tube and the screw on metal endcap are not well crafted and they jiggle and squeak a lot until you get it fully screwed in and seated tight. I have some goop that will help with that I think, unless it is too far off. The other issue I have is that the button is a bit loose feeling and you have to press it a LOT and hold it at various times to make changes, so it is not really a FAST device for changing settings and I fear the button may be an issue at some point.
So all in all, to be honest, I think this should be like a $60 dollar mod and not an $80 mod. It does work though and once you get the hang of reading the strange LED options and pressing then holding then pressing, etc.. It gets the job done pretty well.
(Posted on 11/6/12)