Daily Vaper: Hcigar VT167W Review
In the past we reviewed Hcigar’s VT75 and the VT250. Today, we feature a review for the VT167. Hcigar’s VT167W vape mod has a maximum output of 167 watts. It holds two 18650 batteries, which are sold separately. Its functionality is operated by the DNA250 computer chip, a very renowned chip. The battery door cover is magnetic and this mod has temperature control, and allows for the use of VV/VW modes.
The reviewer indicates that the VT167 is on the heavy side for a 2-battery mod. He compares Think Vape’s Finder vape mod to the VT167 in terms of style and design. But there is a major size and weight difference. He says the build quality of the VT167 is very solid and feels comfortable in your hand. There is no button rattle and it fires right away, no delay. One aspect that needs to be pointed out is that tanks 25mm in diameter will have a little overhang atop the mod. Overall, the reviewer raves, “I think it’s a great device.”
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