Sigelei Fuchai 360 preview | A true powerlifter!

The Sigelei 360 is real competition for other quad-cell mods hitting the market this year.

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Return of the Fuchai

Sigelei has been keeping their lips sealed about this one! But recently they began teasing us on social media sites such as Facebook and Instagram. The secret is out. After a tumultuous year in 2015, Sigelei is back with a brand new 360W quad-cell mod called the Fuchai 360.

Vaping 360... watts

360 what!? Seriously, who would ever need 360 watts to vape? I get wanting more Vaping360, but vaping at 360 watts? As if you are vaping at anywhere near 300W now and thinking “Dang, you know what I could go for right now? Another 60W of power!”. Ok cloud chasers, your wishes have been answered….

Tanks brotha!

iJoy has been killing the game lately when it comes to high-wattage mods and tanks, namely it’s the RDTA’s that have been flying off the shelves like hotcakes. I don’t see many vapers using Sigelei atomizers. Think about it, have you ever even seen anybody vaping on a Sigelei tank?

Seriously speaking, the Sigelei Fuchai 360 kit comes with a sub ohm tank that looks pretty neat. However, that is not going to determine anything about flavor or vapor production. They are gonna have to give iJoy a run for their money considering that they have the hottest selling high-wattage box mod right now.

Will the quad-cells sell?

The quad-cell mod trend is definitely picking up in 2017. Two other notable ones would be the iJoy EXO 360 kit and last but not least the Wismec RX300, although only capable of 300W. The jury is still out as to which one is the best, but if you need more power, get the EXO or Fuchai.

Right now one of the major deciding factors is going to be that the Fuchai has a color screen whereas the EXO doesn’t. If that means anything to you, then you might prefer the Fuchai.

The Fuchai and the EXO actually have a similar type of look to them, I’m not sure who copied who. In any case, it is going to be interesting to see which one becomes a fan favorite. In theory, both kits are similar in specs, and even in design. Which one do YOU think will be the best?

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Dave Kriegel
Born in Brooklyn, New York, Dave has always had a passion for helping people quit smoking. As a former smoker himself, he knew how hard it could be. As soon as he learned about vaping, he instantly became obsessed with it and helped many people stop smoking. Vaping360 has given Dave a platform to do this on a much larger scale, by educating the public about the wonders of vaping. When Dave is not writing he is either listening to music, performing it, or cruising around on his Penny board.
  • Gary Balkam

    OMG.. that mod just have me a half chubby! I GOTTA HAVE IT! All it needs is a few beeps and dingles and maybe programmable vape tones and .. be back later.. gotta take a shower….