Giant Battery in a Small Package
If you’re looking for a relatively small vaping device, but don’t want to skimp on features or battery life then the Eleaf iPower 80W could be exactly what you’re looking for. This box mod packs a substanial 5,000mAh battery in a svelte form factor and has most modern methods of temperature control. On paper, the Eleaf iPower offers an impressive amount of functionality while keeping the form factor small. Here’s a closer look at this box mod.
Eleaf iPower Specs
Before I get into my thoughts on the Eleaf iPower 80W, here are some official specs on the product.
- Dimensions: 49.5 x 23.5 x 83.5 millimeters
- Thread Type: 510 thread
- Output mode: Variable wattage, bypass, smart/temperature control (Ni, Ti, SS, TCR-M1, M2, M3)
- Output wattage: 1-80 watts
- Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohms (temperature control modes), 0.1-3.5ohms (variable wattage, bypass modes)
- Temperature range: 100-315C/200-600F (TC modes)
- Finishes: brushed silver, white, grey, bronze, wood grain
Additionally, the startup logo on the screen can be customized by uploading a 96 x 16 BMP image onto the box through Eleaf’s software. On an aesthetic note, I wanted to highlight the wood grain finish. I absolutely love it! If you’ve ever longed for a box mod that resembles a ’70s station wagon then Eleaf has delivered your desire.
Like He-Man Said, I Have the iPower!!!
There’s a lot to like about the Eleaf iPower. Its 80-watt output is enough for most, but certainly not all, vapers out there. The 5,000mAh battery should last at least a day (possibly more) for most people. Aside from the lack of TFR, the feature set is complete by current standards (and let’s face it, TFR only matters to a very small percentage of vapers). Best of all, these capabilities come in a relatively compact box.
Having said that, shoppers need to be wary of the Eleaf iPower’s dimensions. You’ll notice that the width is 23.5 mm. Several atomizers and many upcoming ones are being released with diameters of 24 mm and larger. Using an atomizer like that on this box will result in an unsightly overhang. Some vapers won’t care, while others will hate the awkward looks. I recommend using this box mod with an appropriately sized atomizer.
For vapers looking for an inexpensive box mod that’s full features without being full bodied, the Eleaf iPower is definitely worth a look. What do you think of the company’s latest box mod? Any of you down to buy? Isn’t the wood grain finish the absolute hotness?!? Share your thoughts on this box mod in the comments section.