SnowWolf - MFeng 200W TC Kit
Q: Do all coils fit all tanks?
A: Some manufacturers design their tanks to use the same replacement coils across their entire range however, this is not always the case and in fact it's pretty rare. We recommend making a note of your tanks coil compatibility in order to purchase the correct coils.
Q: What makes a sub ohm tank?
A: First of all, let's clarify what Ohms are. An ohm is the measure of electrical resistance of the coil inside an atomizer or tank. It is normally shown using this symbol - Ω. The more wraps a coil has and the thinner said wire is, the higher the resistance and fewer, thicker wraps of wire tend to be a lower resistance. Any atomizer coil with a resistance bellow 1.00 ohms such as (0.50, 0.15, etc.) is a sub ohm coil.
Q: What is the temperature control range on a device?
A: Some mods have temperature control modes - the range shows the temperature that the coils will heat up to when the product is in use. This is normally between 200°C- 250°C / 392°F – 480°F although it tends to vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. The great thing about a temperature control mod, is the ability to fine tune the best temperature for a coil. For instance, a temperature can be set for a particular coil and the device will do it's best to stay within that set temperature range. Some vapers enjoy a cooler or warmer vape and the TC mode allows them to fine tune their vape.
Q: What’s the difference between voltage and wattage?
A: Voltage is the direct current given out by the battery and the wattage is the measure of power distributed to the coil from the battery. Wattage can be changed easily using a variable wattage device. More importantly, Voltage will take all the set power the user has defined in the menu and send all of it through the coil. Variable Wattage on the other hand uses the coil's resistance as a guideline and takes the Ohms into consideration, ensuring too much power is not sent to the coil causing it to fail. VW is used in every single regulated device today as it is the most popular form of adjustment.
1x Mfeng 200W TC Mod
1x Wolf Tank
1 x WF Coil
1 x Glass Tube
1 x Sealing Ring
1 x Certificate
1 x USB Charger Cable
1 x User Manual
Size: 91.5mm x 49mm x 30mm
Main material: Zinc alloy, PC+ABS fireproof materials
Display: 1.3 inch TFT colourful screen
Wattage range: 10W-200W
Temperature range: 100 - 300 degrees C or 200 - 570 degrees F
Voltage input: 6.4V - 8.4V
Voltage output: 1.0V - 7.5V
Battery support: 2 x 18650
Modes: Power, SS304, SS316, SS317, Ti1, Ni200 and TCR
Resistance range: 0.05 - 3.00 Ohms
Coil supporting: Kanthal, SS304, SS316, SS317, Titanium, Ni200, TCR
Charging support (Micro USB): DC 5V-2.5A
Supports firmware upgrading
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SnowWolf - MFeng 200W TC Kit
The newest edition to the SnowWolf family, it's the MFeng! Let me tell you this, the big bad wolf is back and it's bigger, badder and stronger than ever. This mod has done noting but impress us, ith a max wattage setting of 200W, 0.1ohm min. resistance rating and amazing ergonomics, the MFeng is honestly a mod all other's should fear, especially when paired up with the Wolf Tank! Let's talk facts and the first iteration of the Mfeng was a huge success with it's interactive lighting, amazing screen and fantastic performance. Now there's a new one and it's time to see how it fairs and if it's worth it. The new wolf is a little different than the previous Vfeng and the first thing I noticed was the huge wolf emblem on the back with it's menacing red eyes. Other thank that' I personally feel as though the design has changed so much that it's lost a little bit of it's charisma but it still looks great, nonetheless. The buttons have changed too, replacing the large octagonal button above the screen for a side firing, palm style plate. This was a good choice as the palm firing button is more ergonomically accessible than it's predecessor, allowing a more comfortable position in the hand. Performance wise, it still keeps the standard, dual 18650 battery capability, as well as an updated interface but for some reason, Snowwolf have decided to push 200w instead of the original 230W on the Vfeng. This is a little bit of a mystery for me since it looses on power but for most of us who vape up to around 150W tops, it's not that big of a deal but it's still a little weird. Styling wise, Snowwolf decided to ditch the traditional dual colour variations such as my previous favourite, dessert camo and gold and went for the more basic colour schemes. The colours still look amazing and they really do pop but again I personally feel it's lost a little character. Overall though, it's still a mod to rival even the baddest of mods, with it's still modest 200W ready to turn any coil into a red hot inferno and I mean it.