Vaporesso Polar 220W Box Mod
Why the Polar???
Insta-Fire, Instant Satisfaction with the most rapid, stable yet safe firing rate of 0.001s. Instaf fire quick heating system gives you rich flavour and denser clouds within the very first puff.
Vapers who want to try out advanced vaping modes, never fear. The Vaporesso Polar 220W box mod offers variable wattage modes, TCR modes, Bypass mode, and smart modes such as CCW and CCV mode.
Switching between modes is easy! You can switch the vaping mode with a simple push of a button. On the bottom of the Vaporesso Polar 220W, there are three buttons, two of which allow you to kick your power up or down, and one that is strictly a mode button. Many mods do not have a mode button, requiring you to switch through a couple of menu screens, but the Polar 220W makes it a lot easier on you. There is also a 2-inch display screen, making it easier to read the menu in various lighting—indoors or out.
The OMNI 4.0 Chipset is Ultra-Responsive with Great Safety Features
The OMNI 4.0 chipset is one of the fastest chipsets out there, which means that your mod fires in less than a second. It’s a huge improvement from firing times of the past. The chipset is upgradeable via USB. There are tons of safety features, which should ease your mind — especially once you get into those advanced modes. The OMNI board offers short-circuit protection, burn, no-load, overtime, low resistance, and low power to name a few.
It also has a 2.5 amp onboard charging. While most of us normally charge our mod’s batteries in an external charger, it is nice to have the option. 2.5 amp onboard charging means that your batteries could charge easily in under two hours. However, it is worth noting that if you do choose to charge your batteries onboard, you should let them cool down before using them right away, just like you would with your external battery charger.
The Smart Modes: CCW and CCV Modes
If you’re looking to test out some advanced vaping modes, the Polar 220W mod offers many options. The smart modes are my favorite. CCW (custom curve wattage) allows you to set the wattage on a curve for each second of firing time. CCV (custom curve voltage) does the same, essentially, allowing a custom curve of voltage. So, for instance, you could set CCW to fire at 70W for the first second, then 60W, then 50W, and then 40W. So if you take a hit for around five seconds, you will notice the initial strength of the hit and the power settings as the wattage curves down. These modes are more advanced settings, but the Polar 220W makes them easy to configure and simple to learn.