IPV3 LI Review | Video by Everyday Vaper
The design of the IPV3 LI is very simple but it looks really stylish with its industrial look and feels solid in the hand to hold.
This is a 165 watt temperature control mod but can be upgraded via the firmware to 200 watts and support for titanium coils.
It contains a spring-loaded 510 connector on the top and air vent holes on the bottom to ensure your batteries don’t overheat.
The battery door slides off nicely and contains magnets to keep the cover in place when you have fitted your 2 18650 batteries.
The USB port located on the bottom is only for upgrading the firmware and does not charge your installed batteries.
There is a firing sensor on the top which is a bit of a novelty and seems a pointless when the firing button is only 10mm away from it but some may like this feature.
It uses the Yihi sx330-v3sl chipset inside and you can set various wattages using the memory setting which is handy.
It produces a fantastic vape with a great hit using any of the settings.
Average UK price is around £65 which is good value considering the features included and build quality.
In the box:
- iPV3 Li MOD
- USB cable
- Instruction manual
- Temperature Control Mode with a range of 100-300 degree centigrade
- APV Mod Wattage Range: 151-200W
- APV Mod Wattage: 165W
- Variable Wattage
- Enabled touch sensor
- 2 x 18650 battery fitting
- Magnetic battery cover
- Compatible with 0.1-3.0 ohm atomizer
- Made from Stainless steel
- Available in Silver and Black colours
- Product weight is 0.250 kg
- Product size (L x W x H) : 10.8 x 5.8 x 2.6 cm