Eleaf iPower 80W Battery Mod Review
Today,I want to share with you my new box - Eleaf iPower 80W Battery Mod, which came to replace the Eleaf iStick 50W. The Box Mod comes with an ultra-large battery capacity of 5000mAh in a compact design, which can last you for a remarkably long time at any power setting.
The iPower 80w battery mod comes in many attractive colors: Grey, Wood Grain, Bronze, Brushed Silver, and White. I ordered the Brushed Silver color. The first impression is convenient, lightweight, functional and self-contained.
I'm glad that there is no chrome on the covers and buttons. The package includes the iPower 80w box mode, user manual and micro-USB cable for charging and firmware.There is a note about the color of the device On the box. And a scratch code displayed on the bottom.
The iPower 80w Box mod measures 83.5mm high, 49.5mm wide and 23.5mm deep, this dimensions is very close to Joyetech Evic VT. Although the weight is only 161g while the VT is 228g. Constructed out of heavy-duty aluminum,both sides are rounded,which feels extremely comfort in hand and convenient to carry.
The Eleaf iPower looks quite smart in its Brushed Silver finish with black upper, lower and control panels and curved case. It looks like amazing. On the top, there is a stainless steel spring loaded 510 connector for strong wear resistance and high adaptability.
We can see the power button, OLED screen and funtion up/down button on the edge,there is also a secret Reset button below the screen.
The screen is exactly the same as other iStick's box mod. It is covered with a rounded panel of tinted plastic. Despite the small size, however, the OLED is clear and bright. All the vaping information will be displayed on the OLED screen,we just need to press on 5 quick presses,changing the modes including varivatt, mehmod, smart, TC on Nickel, on Titanium, on Stainless Steel and TCR M1, M2, M3 for temperature control by pressing of up/down button.
And in the bottom, we can find 10 venting holes and a micro-USB port for charging as well as firmware upgrade. Furthermore, the iPower 80w box mod supports updating the firmware and customized logo by uploading 96 x 16 pixels BMP image.
The Eleaf iPower works well and I had no issues with it when using either Variable Wattage or Temperature Control Mode. The user manual is very thorough and covers all of the functions in detail.
SUMMARY: In my opinion, the iPower represents another good device from Eleaf, in comparison with its predecessor Eleaf iStick 50W, the new mod is much more attractive. Designed with fashionable looking in a compact size and massive battery of 5000mAh that can last all day long. The maximum output power can generate up to to 80 watts. What's more, the mod can be upgraded firmware and customize logo. However, the only thing that makes me uncomfort is the small OLED display. Overall, if you are looking for an easy to use device with an long battery life then the Eleaf iPower 80 Battery mod is a great option.