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El Diablo Satan Series Mechanical Mod
The Satan Series Mod by El Diablo Philippines, with sheer relentless power, grimace aesthetics, efficient and safe ergonomics to keep it calm before the end of days. This dual 18650 battery mod is their first rendition of a series box mod that hits so hard, however with a build in safety features.
The Satan mod features an ergonomic design to be made compact and pocket friendly, as El Diablo simply created a body just to hold the two batteries. This also features three adjustable pieces: the button, the 510 base and bottom battery contacts, which many mechanical boxes do not have. The button features a reverse threading to lock the button from firing, as well as a separate bottom to adjust battery rattle. Aside from the safety features, this is still a series mod, so remember to have married 18650 battery that follows positive first under the atomizer and build above 0.4ohms.
The overall, construction of the mod is composed of T6 aluminium, which is consistently used in aircrafts for durability and lightweight characteristic. El Diablo designed this mod to have what is only necessary, so all the brass contacts are gold plated to have.
Aesthetically, we carry the black, nickel plated finish that features a white outlined engraved satan logo. It also features two contrasting brass mechanisms: button and 24mm atomizer base with threaded 510 connection.
Series Mechanical Mod
T6 Aluminum Body
Adjustable 510 (Fits 24mm RDA perfectly)
Spring Loaded Sliding Battery Door
Delrin Top firing switch with Lock
Gold Plated Internals
Maintenance Free / Easy to disassemble
Black and Nickel plated Finish
This is an excellent series mod. In size and shape it is only slightly bigger than a Noisy Cricket, but is made to a much higher standard and it actually hits a little harder. Threading is great and the button is light with a very distinct feel when it connects. Whenever i go to a local vape shop everyone wants to have a closer look at it!
One caveat: replacing the batteries can be done by simply sliding out the delrin base at the bottom. You should be careful not to tear your battery wrappers when doing this because some batteries are longer than others. Just slightly unthread your 510 and button before you slide the bottom in and out to preserve your wrappers.