The Aurora 80W Squonk Mod By HCigar Previewed
HCigar are big players in vape land now with such successes as the VT Inbox and the Towis range – a new T80 Towis mod has just been released.
This is a lovely regulated squonk mod – meaning you get a screen, adjustments and also a lot more safety features! There are all sorts of protections including overheating, low battery, short circuit, low resistance and over current.
Included in the kit is the 7ml silicone squonk bottle which is a pretty average size.
The best feature of this mod is the way you can use different battery types by just moving a switch. You can use a single 18650, 20700 or a 21700 (which are not included in the kit) by simply pushing the switch to the applicable position.
The maximum output from the mod is 80W and you get a great 0.96in colour screen.
This uses the same chip as the T80 which has Variable Wattage and Temperature control modes.
Being 27.5mm wide you should be able to use some of the larger bottom feed tanks on this up to 27.5mm diameter without overhang.
The side panels are held on magnetically and can be removed for easy access to the battery and squonk bottle.
There are 3 colours available : Black, Red and silver.
- HCigar Aurora 80W Squonk mod
- USB Cable
- EVA squonk bottle
- User manual
HCigar Aurora 80W Squonk Mod Specs
- Size: 92×27.5x58mm
- Output: 5-80W
- Battery type: 18650/20700/21700 (not included)
- Display: 0.96in colour screen
- Weight: 159g
- Capacity: 7ml
- Temperature control: 100- 300℃/ 200- 600℉
- Resistance range: 0.1- 3.0ohm KA mode/ 0.05- 1.0ohm for Ti/Ni
- Sports an advanced XT80 chipset
This looks lovely and I do like a regulated squonker!
The price of this although pre-sale is pretty incredible – I hope this is up to the same quality as some of their previous devices.
Is the HCigar Aurora 80W Squonk Mod for you? Let me know what you think in the comments below!
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