Eleaf has done it again. They’ve expanded their popular line of iStick box mods. The iStick line represents one of, if not the, most comprehensive line of box mods on the market. There are seven distinct models in all; the original 20 watt, 30 watt, 50 watt, and two in the Mini iStick line, a 10 watt and a 20 watt. The two newest additions are the 40 watt temperature control model and the 100 watt. Eleaf seems to be serious about carving out a major chunk of the low to mid range priced box mod market.
The iStick 100 Watt is a variable voltage (VV) variable wattage (VW) mod with a voltage range of 2 – 10 volts and a wattage range of 5 – 100 watts. It will fire coils with resistance ratings of 0.15 – 5.0 ohm.
This model is significantly bigger than the iStick 50 Watt, though you can tell it’s related. Button placement and the OLED display are on the front of the device. The biggest difference between the iStick 100 Watt and every other iStick model is that it’s powered by two external 18650 batteries, which are not included. Eleaf does include a micro USB charging cable, but no 1A wall adapter, so you can charge the batteries while they’re still in the mod, and you can continue vaping while the batteries charge. The micro USB port is on the bottom of the iStick 100 Watt.
The OLED display is similar to that on the other iStick models, however the ohm reader displays resistance down to one one-hundreth of an ohm. It also displays wattage, voltage and remaining battery capacity. When you press the fire button a vape timer along with your selected power mode and setting is displayed.
My wife purchased this model the other day, it took some doing to get it away from her long enough to do this First Look. But she has promised to allow me to try it out long enough to get the information I need for a full, in-depth review. That should be coming in the next week or so. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll learn that way when the review has been posted.
Order the iStick 100 Watt from DirectVapor.