Marvel fans meet the Vaptio Capt’n 220W mod, utilizing a dual 18650 platform with 0.005s fast firing speed chipset, IML body panel technology and a 1.3 TFT color display.
Let’s dive into its specs and examine its performance.
- Dimensions - 75mm by 42mm by 33mm
- Weight - 99g
- Dual High-Amp 18650 Batteries - Not Included
- Wattage Output Range: 10-220W
- Resistance Range: 0.15-3.0ohms
- Firing Speed: 0.005s
- VW Mode
- TC Mode
- CCW and CCT Mode
- Bypass Mode
- Compact Zinc-Alloy Chassis Design
- IML Panel Body
- Intuitive Firing Button
- Two Adjustment Button
- 1.3"" TFT Color Screen
- Hinged Bottom Battery Door
- MicroUSB Port
- 220W Temperature Control Box Mod
- 18650 Dual Batteries
- 1.3 Inch TFT display
- Good Looking mod (Marvel Theme)
- Loads of settings
- 510 connection
Marvel fans will be thrilled by the look of the Vaptio box mod bearing Captain America’s silver and blue star shield. The star serves as a hidden firing button that is super clicky with a plastic feel. The mod is boxy and a bit bulky, definitely not designed for travel. The 220 watt Captain mod has a zinc-alloy frame and IML panel body. This allows for both a sturdy and light-weight design. It offers the power of Dual 18650 batteries the best of the best.
Now I will say the mod is oddly designed. Why does the logo shield the firing key? And the up and down controls feel cheap. Also, the 510 connection is pushed forward. A centered placement would have allowed for a wider range of atomizers to fit without overhang.
On a brighter note, the display and menu are the highlights of the mod. Underneath the mod’s firing button is a huge TFT display that is vibrant and easy to read. The Capt'n Box Mod is intuitive and features a slew of options including wattage, temperature control, bypass, and TCR/memory modes plus more.
Overall the Vaptio Capt'n 220W Box Mod is a powerhouse. It does what it’s supposed to do in terms of performance, I’d recommend pairing it with the paragon sub-ohm tank.
One thing to note, Vaptio advertises that the mod goes up to 220W, but when you push pass 200 it gets a bit choppy. Aside from that no real qualms. I’d recommend this.