Battery: Dual 20700
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Looks aren’t everything, and this mod challenges you to ignore everything you know about sleek and stylish mods in favor of raw power. Is it a fair compromise? It’s more than fair, and as we dive into the details, you’ll see precisely why the iJoy Captain PD270 kit should be every veteran vaper’s trusty companion.
- 1 Captain PD270 Box Mod
- 1 Captain Sub-Ohm Tank
- 1 0.25ohm CA3 Triple Coil
- 1 0.3ohm CA2 Dual Coil
- 1 18650 Adapter
- 1 510 Drip Tip Adapter
- 1 MicroUSB Cable
- Instructional Manual
Build and Design
Nevertheless, iJoy make up for it by giving the Captain PD270 an eye-catching design. The front consists of a 0.96-inch display screen, below are the up and down buttons and a micro USB port.
The fire button is positioned on the side and is big and tactile. Both sides of the mod are covered with carbon fiber stickers that come in various color schemes. The back consists of a resin panel that’s also been given an artistic finish.
The batteries are, of course, replaceable, and can also be charged via the adapter. However, you can also juice them up straight from the mod by hooking it up to a micro USB cable.
What’s worth mentioning, iJoy supplies you with the first two 20700 batteries, each of which has a 3000mAh capacity. 6000mAh is plenty of juice for a day’s vaping, and with moderate use, this can last you well over two days. Charge time ranges from 4 to 6 hours depending on how you choose to charge the batteries –via the mod or battery adapter
Thanks to this chip, the Captain PD270 comes with all the fancy bells and whistles you might need, be it.
TCR and temperature control or custom power curves (CCW and CCT).
It’s also lovely that the mod’s firmware is upgradeable via USB, giving you the ability to add new features to your mod over time.
One thing worth mentioning is that the tank has a unique groove chassis that’s designed to minimize heat transmission from the coil to the shaft. Keeping the heat in check contributes a great deal to the prevention of burnt hits. As a result, the airflow is a lot smoother, and the flavor quality is outstanding.
iJoy provides two coil heads with the Captain PD270 kit. They are essentially similar because they only have a 0.05-ohm difference in resistance. However, the CA3 coil has a higher output rating (100W max) than the CA2 coil head (80W max).
Both coil heads are unthreaded, and therefore easy to find replacements for. They are also better suited for use with high VG e-juice, so for the vapor lovers out there, take note of this mod.
The iJoy Captain PD270 kit excels in both flavor and vapor production. It is hands down one of the best mods in the market in that regard.
Pros and Cons
- Stylish design
- Compatible with both 20700 and 18650 batteries (comes with adapter)
- Top-fill tank design
- 234W maximum output
- Has thread-less coil heads
- Comes with two 20700 batteries
- Very bulky
Features like a thread-less coil head design, compatibility with both 20700 and 18650 batteries, and the ability to use it with both 510 and 810-threaded drip tips give it an advantage over most mods.
Admittedly, this is not a mod that every beginner will want—it’s a bit overpowered for a novice. But for the average vaper and veterans, this beast of a mod is definitely worth your consideration.