PRE-ORDER: Hellvape Eir Pod System Kit $23.99


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May 25, 2015
    The creators of the legendary vape near me present their compact pod system for MTL and RDL. With a total length of only 106.5 mm and an extremely low weight of only 40 g, the streamlined and slim Eir Pod Kit fits ergonomically in the hand and can easily be accommodated in tight pockets. The kit, which is available in 8 stylish color variants, is actually almost too beautiful to disappear in a bag. It can therefore also be worn decoratively around the neck with the enclosed lanyard. With the Eir Kit, Hellvape presents a pod system for maximum MTL and RDL enjoyment, which impresses with pleasantly simple and very comfortable handling.

    The heart of the Hellvape Eir Pod mod is its powerful 800 mAh battery, which has great endurance and can be fully charged via the USB Type-C connection with up to 1 A charging current within approx. 40 minutes. It enables the kit to have variable power output from 5 to 18 watts, which can be set using the ergonomically shaped fire button. Both the fire button and the integrated automatic train can be used for vaping. The small but brilliant LED monochrome display shows all relevant parameters, such as battery level, power, resistance and puff counter, in a clear and pin-sharp manner, and a 10-second puff duration limit as well as all important protective circuits ensure reliable and safe operation of the slim Eir Kits.

    Hellvape Eir Features:
    Powerful pod kit for MTL and RDL
    Streamlined and slim design
    By push & Pull exchangeable atomizer heads
    Compact and extremely light
    10-second puff duration limit
    Integrated 800 mAh battery
    Variable output power from 5 to 18 watts
    Practical side-fill with silicone cap
    Power setting via the fire button
    Ergonomic mouthpiece in duckbill design
    All relevant protective circuits on board
    Transparent and darkened Eir Pods with 2.5ml tank volume


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