Sigelei MT 220W Intro
The Sigelei MT is the latest mod from Sigelei. It’s not for fans of minimalistic designs! This is an attention grabbing, sci-fi looking mod with 220 watts of power and up to 570F of heat for TC. Following the Kaos Spectrum and the soon-to-be released Vfeng Snow Wolf, it appears that Sigelei is “all in” on the LED lights. Originally it started a little over a year ago when Smok made the X-cube, but it died off a little until recently where lots of mods are going with the LED lights.
Sigelei MT 220W Specs and features
- 220 watts
- Puff counter
- Individual Battery input voltage
- Screen: 1.0〞TFT color screen
- LED fire Button
- SS304 construction + Zinc Alloy
- See through case
- LED lights on chip
- Transformer like fire button
- SIZE: 87*50*33.5mm
- Wattage range: 10W-220W
- Voltage output: 1.0V-7.5V
- Maximum current: 38A
- Working modes : POWER/SS316/SS317/TiI/NI200/TCR
- Resistance range: 0.05Ω-3.0Ω
The Sigelei MT 220W uses a symmetric design and center mounted 510 platform like the Sigelei Snow Wolf Vfeng 230W, which is like the SX Mini G Class – but aesthetically this thing is in a league of its own. It has 4 color options for the mod frame, each of which have contrasting colors with the two battery tubes which are SS304. Black/SS, Dark Red/Gold, Purple/Red, Black/Blue are the 4 color options known. The fire button is shaped like the transformer logo with 2 LED “eyes”.
The control panel is see-thru which makes it look that much more out-of-this-world. Seriously, it looks like a death ray will shoot out of this thing! The chip itself is visible through the front and has flashing LED lights as well that change colors. I’m not sure how programmable any of the LEDs will be, but based on the Kaos and the Vfeng, it’s probably safe to assume you will have a few color options.
Besides the design of the mod, function wise it appears to have the typical Sigelei options and specs as the Spectrum and the Vfeng. Presets for temp-sensing wires, TCR, power modes, etc. But the MT has an advertised ten fewer watts capability, yet it can accept loads down to 0.05-ohms where the others only can handle down to 0.1-ohm. The 510 is centered and based on the specs of 33.5 mm wide, it will handle 30 mm atomizers. This looks like a mod that is right up my alley. What about you? Let me know what you think in the comments below.