I want to continue with even more good news. Eleaf, probably listening to the “moans” of brand admirers, decided to release a new product. As you remember, many liked their pretty kit with the Rim box mod, however, the news of the presence of a built-in battery frightened off some potential customers. Rejoice those who were waiting for precisely this moment – you will find a version with a removable battery.
Eleaf iStick Rim C Kit
Dimensions: 82 x 35 x 29.5mm (mod only)
Case material: metal + plastic
Power supply: 1 x 18650
Output power: 1 – 80W
Voltage range: 0.5 – 8.5V
Operating mode: VW
Supported resistance: 0.05 – 3.0Ω
Protection: against low / high resistance, from overheating, from short circuit, from incorrect polarity, from overcharge / overdischarge
Connector type: 510 steel, gold-plated pin, spring-loaded
Screen / diagonal: yes
Micro-USB port / charging: yes, Type-C, charging current 2А
Color: see photo below
– iStick Rim C mod
– MELO 5 Tank
– interchangeable evaporators 2pcs 0.15 / 0.6Ω (one pre-installed)
– spare glass
– spare origins
– spare gasket 2pcs
– USB cable TYPE-C QC3.0
– user manual
– warranty card
From the start, the manufacturer traditionally offers a good palette of designs. Moreover, it will have gradient solutions and cheerful colors.
The control panel also has not changed. The large fire button, a small monochrome display and a couple of registration keys did not change the registration. The connector for charging the TYPE-C battery is still there – at the base of the mod.
Well, and the most important proof that I do not lie to you. A place for a removable battery is hidden behind a removable side panel. The latter, in turn, is fixed by massive magnets.
By functionality, not everything is clear. Most likely, the developers did not change anything and screwed in the same control chipset as the predecessor was equipped with. Moreover, on board the latter, I remember, had very meager functionality.
The price is currently unknown. If you draw a parallel with the older model, then you should not expect a particularly humane price tag, despite the fact that the lack of a built-in battery should in principle reduce the cost of the novelty.