- Zinc alloy body
- Temperature control capability
- Variable wattage
- Minimum resistance: 0.1Ω
- Wattage range: 7W to 70W
- OLED screen
- Rechargeable built-in 4000mAh battery
- Short circuit protection
- Overcurrent protection
- 10-second cutoff
- Micro USB charging on the side
- Spring loaded 510 connection
At first glance I did not think the KBOX 70w would compete with other devices. After it was in my hands I was surprised, it’s lightweight yet a sturdy design that I liked. I screwed in my Dark Horse rda with a .45 ohm build to see how this mod handles. Good ramp up time, smooth clouds, and good vapor production. I would say this is one of my favorite “well priced” internal battery devices so far. For $50 this is going to be the best bang for your buck. The kbox is also equipped with Ni200 and Ti temp control, I tested this out with my TFV4 which looks just silly on top of this device but worked quite well.
Let’s talk about the good, I love the lightweight and slim profile of this device. It also packs a good punch of power for such a small device which makes this quite the versatile mod. The spring loaded 510 connection is solid l but most impressive is they packed 4000mah into this little guy. Solid battery life is a part of this device. Passthrough charging and use is a key factor as well.
The bad side, It feels durable but I’m not sure how long this little guy would last. The screen is also small and very difficult to see when out in the sun. Other than those two downsides I feel this a very good product for it’s price.
To wrap things up, this is a compact yet powerful mod for its size and price. With a solid battery life and passthrough charging you will be vaping as you go with whatever you do in life. I give the kbox 70w a 7.5/10. Vape on my friends.. Willyvapes out