A touchscreen contender
The Smoant Charon is bringing luxury to the mainstream. Utilizing a huge touch screen reminiscent of the G Priv and Cuboid Pro, it comes in 5 styles including SS, black, blue camo and rainbow. Simple yet versatile, is the Smoant Charon a worthy touchscreen contender?
Smoant Charon TS218 Specs and features
- VW Mode power range: 1-218W
- High-tech and user friendly UI
- Custom VW/TC Curves
- Choice of VW modes: Min / Norm / Hard / Max
- 5V/1A balanced charging
- Size: 59.5 85 29.3mm
- Dual 18650 battery
- Screen lock button
- Low Resistance Protection
- Over-time Protection
- Reverse Polarity Protection
- Overheating Temperature protection
- Low voltage protection
- Screen brightness adjustment
- Glass panel to resist scratches
And the future is now
It’s 2017. Touch screens are now a reality since the G-Priv, and now the Cuboid Pro. Smoant brings to the table a futuristic design, with a huge, stunning visual display. Geared towards the intermediate and advanced vapers, it packs all of the features they crave, and then some.
Running off dual 18650 batteries, the Smoant Charon TS218 pumps out 218 watts of power and supports up to 1 A balanced charging. All of the safety features, such as low resistance protection, over-time protection and overheat protection etc. It even has scratch-resistant, glass panels. There is an option to personalize the device with custom stickers available separately.
For the advanced users, the Smoant Charon TS218 has preheat and full temperature control abilities with adjustable TCR. Its bright screen displays all of the pertinent information in an organized manner. It has a user-friendly user interface, and the screen is extremely responsive.
There isn’t much this mod can’t do. Other standout features include luxurious leather panels and a comfortable, oversized firing button. The variety of color options are also very fun and exciting. The touchscreen is going to cost you some battery life, but for the fancy life, there has to come a price.
The Charon TS218, can fire all the way down to 0.05 ohms so it will satisfy the hardcore cloud chasers, while making everyone else happy with ease. Unlike the G-Priv and Cuboid Pro, Smoant utilizes a single firing button. Which type of firing method do you prefer and which do you think is the best touchscreen mod on the market today?