Eleaf iStick 40W

Eleaf iStick 40W

The Eleaf iStick 40W Mod has cleverly kept the same design blueprints from the 20w and 30W versions, in terms of its scale, and made a number of improvements in performance, power and style.


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iStick 40w Temperature Control Mod

To the eye, the only major change is that the traditional square firing button as now been rounded off, and the selection keys now have an additional menu button, letting the user toggle between settings. The major improvement, in this regard, is that the 40W mod allows the vaper to make alterations to their temperature settings – the previous models only allowed for wattage and voltage to be played with. By giving the user complete control over all three settings, an enormous amount of changes can be made to the vaping results, with cloud and flavour formulations being completely fine tuned to the vapers preference.

The clear OLED Display on the front part of the unit displays all of the customised settings, including wattage, voltage and the new temperature levels. The atomisers current ohm is also displayed, along with the remaining battery life.

The mod fires from a large 2600mAh capacity battery. It incorporates a stainless steel 510 threaded port for accessing a variety of tanks. The mod also features lanyard holes and a spring loading centre pin, for excellent connections and conductivity results.

The Eleaf iStick 40W Mod carries with it the mass potential of the previous mods, but with the ability to control the temperature. This addition has made it a favourite compact piece of kit, giving the user much greater control over their vape.

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Black, Blue, Grey, Silver

3 reviews for Eleaf iStick 40W
  1. 5 out of 5

    Great battery life and a decent amount of control over different types of juice. Much recommended.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Was in two minds over the 30W or the 40W, but glad I settled for this, as I’ve found that my juice (Tobacco Trail), is best suited to fire at 32 watts. Everybody’s different, but that’s my sweet spot 🙂

  3. 5 out of 5

    My first variable voltage mod and I’m very, very happy with it. Arrived very quickly.

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