Start the day with a rather original novelty from the Oumier company. In itself, it is not particularly interesting, but it does not occupy originality. Since this sub is universal, that is, it can be used jointly by atomizers on a standard 510th connector, as well as with replaceable cartridges.
Dimensions: 91 x 20.5 x 15.5mm
Case material: zinc alloy + aluminum alloy
Power supply: built-in 550mAh
Cartridge capacity: 2.0ml
Operating mode: POWER
Supported resistance: 1.1 – 1.6Ω
Protection: against low / high resistance, from overheating, from short circuit, from overcharge / overdischarge
Connector type: magnetic, 510th
Screen / diagonal: no
Micro-USB port / charging: yes, charging current 0.5A
Color: see photo below
Package contents (vertical)
– FLIP mod
– USB cable
– user manual
– warranty card
The appearance is completely ordinary – in form it is a stick, of which there are hundreds, if not more, on the market. The decor is very moderate, except that the logo is replete with its appearance. Dimensions are not the largest, however, if you add a cartridge to them, and even more so a tank, then you should not look for stealth here at all.
The color scheme from the start is not bad – “fifti-fifti” – a classic half with bright colors.
The connector is regular 510th, the pin is gold-plated and probably spring-loaded. Maximum landing capabilities are limited to 15mm. This greatly narrows the circle of “opportunities”, but you did not expect to sit here, for example, a drip
The second use case involves the installation of cartridges not exceeding the dimensions of 13.8 x 5.6 mm. I can only assume that this is another way to skim the cream of JUUL fame. By the way, there is even provided for elementary airflow control – rotation of the cartridge.
The device is activated via the fire button, in which the LED indicator of the charge level of the built-in battery is built in.
The latter is not the largest capacity, however, it will not charge for so long – about an hour. True, the developers have forgotten to demonstrate the causal connector.