Think Vape Thor 200W
The guest today is a rather interesting specimen, but it is interesting to me, first of all, for its accessibility. Although for this, apparently, he had to sacrifice, if not all, then many.
Dimensions: 88 x 46 x 32.5mm
Weight: 66g Shell
material: ABS plastic + metal
Power: 2 x 18650
Output power: 5 – 200W
Operating mode: POWER, TC (NI200, SS, TI), BYPASS
Temperature range: 200 ℉ – 600 ℉ / 100 ℃ – 315 ℃
Supported resistance: 0.05 – 3.0Ω
Protection:low / high resistance, overheating, short circuit, reverse polarity, overcharge / overdischarge
Connector type: steel 510, gold-plated pin, spring loaded
Screen / diagonal: yes, 0.96 ”
Micro-USB port / charge: yes, charging current 1.5A
Update / Firmware: yes
Color: see photo below
– Thor 200W mod
– USB cable
– user manual
The exterior of our hero is an amateur, all this thanks to the specific color. By the way, the manufacturer offers an incredible amount of design options – not all possible versions are shown in the photo above. The print is printed on plastic, the latter is quite decent to the touch – neither better nor worse than their colleagues.
Dimensions are quite compact, and the weight is the lightest. Therefore, comfortable ergonomics was not long in coming.
Steel landing pad, there is a groove from sticking. Maximum landing capabilities were limited to 26mm atoms in diameter (maybe even a little more).
In principle, most atomizers get along quite harmoniously with this instance. However, in my case, the landing pad on one side (on the front of the mod) rises slightly above the body, while on the other (in the back of the mod) it is planted slightly below it. Visually, this is almost imperceptible, and with a wound atom, too.
The control panel is well tailored. The buttons are plastic, the display is small. The brightness of the latter is average, unregulated, information is read comfortably. The fire key is conveniently located, it is rather large – it’s convenient to use it. The move is small, smoothly confident, a click of medium volume. A similar situation with the rest of the buttons.
The back of the control panel is glossy – naturally it will collect fingerprints. Another cant, but rather a factory defect, is whole strips of “broken” pixels on the display – both vertical and horizontal. And the most unpleasant thing is that some appeared already in the process of tests. Plus, the screen is not centered on the “skeleton” of the mod, that is, one of its edges is cut with plastic housing. In short, the display is a complete fiasco.