Ahoy, welcome to the new Red Sky Mods thread.
I am Capt' Brian and I am pleased as always to do my share in helping people looking for a smoking alternative
by offering the finest wood PV's that I am able to make.
Our line-up is constantly evolving but currently we offer 3 models.
The Mark-7 "Destroyer" is a Variable voltage mod with an inset tank well for
those dedicated tank users. 16340 batteries.
The Mark-8 "Dreadnought" is a Variable voltage bottom feeder mod with catch cup, voltage
display and a 6ml feed bottle. 16340 batteries.
The Mark-9 "Cruiser" is a traditional 3.7v bottom feeder mod with catch cup and 6ml feed bottle. 18650 batteries.
I build mods continuously and am able to offer a new batch of completed mods about every 2-3 weeks.
When they are near to completion I will give ECF thread followers a 'heads-up' when new ones
are posted for sale on the website - Red Sky Mods
Prices change according to the cost of wood, the more exotics are very expensive, but the baseline prices are as follows;
Mark-7 & Mark-8 $179
Desk Caddies - They range in prices depending on the complexity and time involved. They can
be seen here; Desk Caddies & Accessories - Red Sky Mods
Much more information and up to date news and prices can be found on the website.
I thank ye! Arrrr
Link to old RSM thread here on ECF; Red Sky Mods
Basic troubleshooting tips
If your RSM suddenly fails to fire, things to check.
1. Did you recently adjust the voltage? The voltage display needs a minimum of 2.8v to light. Turn adjustment screw CW to increase the voltage.
2. Does the display work without an atomizer connected? Your atomizer may be shorting out the regulator.
3. Are the batteries tight? You may need a magnet spacer. Place it on the positive (raised) end.
4. Is the battery tab clean? I have received several 'dead' mods where either wax, dried juice or other contaminations have caused it to fail. I simply scrape them clean and send them back.
5. Are the switches making good contact? Try switching them back and forth with the 'Fire' button pressed.
Always remember to not over-tighted your atomizer or tank. Tighten just enough to feel resistance and maybe a bit more to prevent premature failure of your atomizer seal.