You remember the RX200. You know of the RX200S, I know. I’ve used them both. One thing I have to give Reuleaux is that they make some very durable stuff. The RX2/3 is no different. It feels just perfect in the hand. It has that “partial” diamond shape that just lets your fingers wrap around it. Where the 2/3 stands out though, is that it can lose that feel. The 2/3 comes with 2 different backs that you can switch out for when you want something a bit smaller. It cuts the battery use down to 2 cells instead of 3 as well. It has the standard 510 connector, up and down for menu workings, and the fire button for menu and vaping.
All of the specs are pretty much what we’ve come to expect from an advanced vaping device. You have wattage mode and the various temp control modes. You can, of course, use stainless, nickel, titanium and kanthal. Just make sure to choose the correct mode for the wire you’re using. In wattage mode, you can run up to 150 watts on 2 cells or 200 watts on 3 batteries. Resistance wise, this thing can go all the way down to .1 ohms in wattage mode and down to .05 ohms in TC mode. Max ohms are 3.5 in wattage and 1.5 in TC. Because of the resistance available to these devices, they recommend using batteries that have a rating of at least 25 Amps.
These mods are about safety as well. You have atomizer short protection, overheating protection, battery discharge protection, battery charge protection, etc,. The list goes on. Suffice it to say, with this device, you’re going to have a safe and enjoyable vaping experience. They’ve also added the Logo mode in these as well, where you can either download, or create your own logo and have the mod display it on it’s OLED display when powered up. It’s a great way to personalize your mod so that you don’t get it confused with everyone elses…(you know they’re going to have them too).
The OLED display on these things is awesome. They give you everything you need to see on one screen, all at once. You have the battery display, wattage/temp, voltage, atomizer resistance…it’s all there, every time. You get used to having that information available. Especially when you run into some sort of trouble. If you’re atomizer shorts out, for instance, you can quickly see it on the screen with a glance. Speaking of which, I’ve had that happen a couple of times. After I wipe out the 510 connector, it’s clears right up and I continue vaping. Just a head’s up for those that may run into that.
Currently in stock and ready to go down here at Appalachian Fog. We have them in a couple of different colors, too.