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Biomech Mod review

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  1. jeremycee

    jeremycee Full Member

    Dec 1, 2010
    Chicago, IL
    Hello guys!

    Im new to this forum, thought i'd start my first thread with a review of the Biomech mod!

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    Current Setup

    Biomech Mod w/ aw imr 18650
    Nimbus rba dual coil @ 0.8 ohms
    4 wraps of 30g kanthal
    1 fold of 2mm silica wick

    Despite the coil on the biomech being only my 20th coil ever crafted im content to say that this thing rips way harder on the bio mech then when i tested it on my private v2 clone, and my friends magneto mod.​

    I love the design and feel of this device.
    The battery vents on the side (not pictured) are very large and give you a sense of mental safety.
    The 304 stainless gives it this sturdy feel and industrial type look.
    The throw switch is very short so you dont have to press very far in. also has a locking feature. The threads are all silky smooth.
    The device is telescopic to fit 18650, 18500, and 18350 batteries. Not sure but i think you may be able to fit a kick in there.
    Biomech has copper pins which if im not mistaken, are a very good conductor of electricity.

    all in all im happy with my buy.

    I tested this device heads up against the pisces mod, nemesis mod, and mcv scud mod.

    If you are focused on buying a go to sturdy mod that performs well for the price id say this one takes the cake!

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  2. Hardwerk

    Hardwerk Full Member Verified Member

    Sep 2, 2013
    Tulsa, OK
    Looks sweet. When you say 'mental safety' do you mean in case the battery blows up?
  3. jeremycee

    jeremycee Full Member

    Dec 1, 2010
    Chicago, IL
    haha i think any mod turns into a grenade when the battery blows up.

    Just knowing that if your battery gets warm from excessive vaping, the vents help the heat escape instead of it being contained inside your mod.
  4. MesaMitch

    MesaMitch Senior Member ECF Veteran

    May 28, 2013
    Hayward ca

    Hey buddy! i hope you can get back to me quick on this one i am going to buy this mod tomorrow
    and i as well have a nemesis which mod is better nemesis or the bio mech?
  5. jeremycee

    jeremycee Full Member

    Dec 1, 2010
    Chicago, IL
    It all depends on what you like aesthetically. The nemesis is really popular right now.
  6. Srbrosseau

    Srbrosseau New Member

    Jan 16, 2014
    Tx, USA
    I'm wondering if you have a fuse/ kick in there. I wasn't able to fit smok or evolv kick in mine with an 18500. Also are you using protected/ unprotected. I just got mine and don't want an explosion haha.
  7. jeremycee

    jeremycee Full Member

    Dec 1, 2010
    Chicago, IL
    I don't actually use a kick on my biomech. I use it exclusively for dripping with my nimbus dual coiled around 0.4ohms. I Use aw imr 18650 and sony 30amp 18650 batteries
  8. Can anyone explain the difference between the Biomech and the Gen2 Biomech? And does anyone know anywhere in the US that still has any in stock. I haven't had any luck finding a Gen2 but I have found an original one.

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