In this JAC Vapour SERIES-B Tilt Review we will look to see how it performs and compares to other box mods at a similar price range.
Update December 2016 – It is now over a year since I purchased the Series-B tilt and it still continues to be the MOD that I always use. The only downside is that the black coating has started to peel off but everything else is still working perfect. One of the best features is still the fact it charges the battery through micro USB and this comes in very handy when away from home. I now use an external charger to charge my 18650 batteries but this unit still charges them quicker!
Upon opening up the box the first thing I noticed is that it looks really stylish with its black matt rubber and stainless steel finish. It feels very well made and the 510 thread for your tank is on a slant which makes it quite unique compared to some other box mods available on the market.
The instruction manual is very clear and contains a vast range of information about the product, settings, modes and even an Ohm chart.
I also ordered the JAC Vapour IMR 18650 battery 20 Amps which was recommended with the purchasing options. The battery was an additional £7.99 and a few different designs of the battery are available. It took a few hours to charge the battery which has a capacity of 3000mah, This to lasted a couple of days with frequent usage. You do not need an external battery charger for this mod as it can be charged via the included USB micro cable.
The box mod allows you to vape up to 40 watts so it will work with any sub-ohm tanks that have a resistance as low as 0.20 Ohm.
The LED screen is nice and clear on the device and shows the current battery charge, resistance, voltage and wattage. When you press the fire button then a timer is displayed stating the seconds you are vaping. The maximum length you can hold the fire button is 15 seconds so you can get a very long hit of vape. I tested it with the iSub G and it fitted perfectly. The vapour production was excellent and upon pressing the fire button you could instantly hear the tank getting powered.
The device can be turned on and off by clicking 5 times on the power button and the power output setting can be locked by holding down the + and – buttons at the same time for 3 seconds. You can also switch between VV and VW mode by clicking the power button 3 times. You can also flip the screen display if you are left or right handed.
It contains a vast range of safety features including protection for low voltage, over charge, high drain, over heat short circuit and reverse polarity. There are battery vents on the bottom and top as well.
I love the design of the tilted top which is unique and the fact it is very easy to use so is ideal for beginners.
If you want something small and compact that fits in your pocket then this is perfect.
The price for the SERIES-B Tilt is £52.99 and it is available from their website. Use discount code ECDUK15 at the checkout for a 15% discount bringing it down to a very reasonable £45!
- Maximum output of 40 watts (VV or VW)
- Requires 1x rechargeable 20A (or above) IMR 18650 flat-top battery
- Resistance range – 0.2Ohm to 3.0Ohm
- Dimensions – 79mm (lower edge) x 22mm x 33mm
- Micro USB charging and pass-through capable
- Input DC – 5v 1A/2A
In the box:
- SERIES-B TILT 40W box mod
- USB charging lead
- 1 Year Warranty