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Trident 80W Box Mod Kit
Trident 80W Box Mod Kit

Trident 80W Box Mod Kit

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On sale $77.86 $50.00
Retail Price:$89.99
Your Savings:$39.99(44%)
Part Number: HEC765
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The Council of Vapor introduces its newest box mod kit, the Trident v2 80W. Updated from 60W to 80W, the Trident v2 is a sleek and stylish box mod that is powered by a single 18650 battery and is compatible with 0.2ohm resistance or higher. It is constructed with stainless steel and zinc alloy and features a simplified user interface with new battery life meter. The Trident v2 Box Mod is paired with the Defiant v2 Tank that takes this kit to the next level. The Defiant v2 Tank is a 3.1ml tank built with a top-fill system , new upgraded ceramic coil design, adjustable airflow control, and new widebore, delrin turbine shield drip tip. 

Mod Specifications:
  • Wattage output: 1W-80W
  • Requires one 18650 battery
  • Constructed with stainless steel and zinc alloy
  • Temperature control (Ni, Ti, SS) and dry burn protection
  • Multiple firing ramp modes: Soft, Standard, and Power 
  • Simplified user interface
  • New battery life meter
  • Vertical loading battery access (shell separates from main body)
  • Compatible with 0.2ohm resistance or higher
  • Silver-plated spring loaded 510 connection
Tank specifications:
  • 22mm diameter
  • Tank capacity: 3.1ml
  • Top-fill system with quad filling ports
  • Vertical ceramic coil structure
  • Output range: 40W-75W
  • Quad adjustable airflow control
  • Wide bore, delrin turbine shield drip tip
  • 0.45ohm-0.5ohm resistance
Kit includes:
  • 1 x 0.2ohm coil (pre-installed)
  • 1 x additional 0.2ohm coil 
  • 1 x micro usb cable
  • Spare o-rings
  • The following items are compatible with this kit: 

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