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New Arrival – Copper King Kong 26650 Mod at Vapor Life

Now Available at All Vapor Life Vapor Stores in Miami, Broward
and Palm Beach County


Authentic King Kong 26650 Mod by SureFire Vapor USA
100% Made in America. 100% Copper.

This is the most Heavy Duty mechanical mod you can buy.




Authentic King Kong 26650 Mod by SureFire Vapor USA – Copper

  • Vapor Life USA is proud to offer the limited edition Authentic Copper King Kong 26650 Mech mod by SureFire Vapor USA.
  • The King Kong 26650 mechanical mod by Surefire Vapor featured all-copper construction, air vent holes for proper battery venting, a reverse-threaded locking ring,
  • Beautiful laser-etched engraving. It also includes a certificate of authenticity.
  • 100% Made in America. 100% Copper. This is the most Heavy Duty mechanical mod you can buy
  • Authentic SureFire King Kong 2660  Mod + Letter of Authenticity
  • Heavy Duty 26650 Mechanical Mod
  • All Copper Construction
  • Maximum conductivity throughout the mod due to all copper construction
  • Air vent holes around the tube for battery venting
  • 510 threading to fit all the atomizers
  • Reverse threaded locking band to lock/unlock firing button
  • One of the biggest locking ring we have seen
  • Certificate of Authenticity Card Included
  • Beautifully Engraved with All New King Kong Logo
  • Stunning and Substantial
  • Serialized
  • Made In USA
  • This Beast Is Very Limited In Quantities!


New Arrival: Jigsaw V2 DUAL 18650 Box Mod by BD Vapes, ATB Dual 18650 Box Mod and
PUFF BOX 26650 Wood Box Mod


Powerful Dual 18650 Box Mods Are All The Rage in The Vapor Community And Vapor Life has Several to Choose From


Jigsaw V2 DUAL 18650 Box Mod by BD Vapes


The Jigsaw v2 is still a unique one of a kind HANDMADE exotic wood box mod. But this is a cross between the full size and mini jigsaw. Now the Jigsaw V2 has a copper floating 510 with straight connection to the positive end of your dual 18650. It also features solid copper bar in place of wire offering the optimal voltage drop!!! This is sure to be one of the hardest hitting box mods on the market today.

  • Gold Plated Battery contacts
  • 16 gauge Wire
  • SS Anti-vandal Firing Button
  • 2.5″x3.75″x1.5″ (WxHxD)

ATB Dual 18650 Variable Voltage Wood Box Mod


Dual 18650 pure copper negative battery terminals silver plated copper positive battery terminals Copper plated button featuring a gold plated brass 510 connection runs on dual 18650 Sony 30 amp (vtc4/vtc5) ONLY! Pushing 60 amps and 5,000 mah.

  •     ATB variable-voltage (VV) basic specifications:
  •     Green LED screen (hidden when battery cover is on).
  •     Adjustable voltage from 3.5 to 6.5 volts (approximately).
  •     Shell is made of aged hard wood w/ ATB engraving on battery door.
  •     Safety protection – built-in protection for short-circuit, over-voltage, over-current and over-heating. 10 Amp TI chip regulator (Step-down) – provide users wider range of power settings. This mod can go more than 30 watts of power consumption without compromising safety.
  •     Requires two 18650 batteries not included

This is one of the hottest box mod right now. It’s hand fabricated wood box mod, 10amp TI chip. full body, no cuts or glues,relaxed hand grip design, dual 18650, 510 connector w/ juice well, floating pin, variable voltage (3.5-6.5)

ATB variable-voltage (VV) basic specifications:

Shell – Ergonomically designed wood shell, lessens hand stress when vaping, allowing users to comfortably enjoy vaping for a longer period of time. We make use only of aged hard woods, full wood block shell, no joints for durability.

Safety protection – built-in protection for short-circuit, over-voltage, over-current and over-heating. 10Amps TI chip regulator (Step-down) – provide users wider range of power settings. They can go more than 30 watts of power consumption without compromising safety.

Requires two HIGH DRAIN at least 20amp or higher 18650 batteries( not included)


Puff Box 26650 Wood Box Mod


The 26650 Puff Box from Mastavapez in the Philippines is one gorgeous mod. The curved mahogany body is lightly varnished and laser engraved with the Puff Box logo.
Made to accommodate a 26650 battery and RBA, this Puff Box delivers serious vapor.

  • Copper 510 connection
  • Copper firing pins
  • Vandal switch
  • Laser engraved
  • (not fully mechanical)
  • Mahogany and Melina woodBrass
  • Wood natural color
  • T6 alum juicewell
  • Delrin insulator
  • Copper +pin (floating)
  • 16mm gold high rise vandal switch
  • Copper spring
  • Clear coated (polyurethane)





New Arrivals – Two New Dual 18650 Box Mods

Hottest Wood Box Mods by Puff Box Mods and Juicy Vapes 

The Puff Box Dual 18650 Mod (Makers of the Hegaton Mod)



The Juice Box Dual 18650 made by Juicy Vapes

Dual 18650 pure copper negative battery terminals silver plated copper positive battery terminals Copper plated button featuring a gold plated brass 510 connection runs on dual 18650 Sony 30 amp (vtc4/vtc5) ONLY! Pushing 60 amps and 5,000 mah

juicebox-mod-light-wood-vaporlifeusaYou know you want it!
Very Limited Quantity! Get your Pre-Order in Now.
ETA 5/14/2014



New Arrivals – Nemesis Mod by HCigar


Hcigar Nemesis MOD:

  • High Quality 1:1 Clone
  • Solid Stainless Steel or Solid Brass Finish
  • Adjustable Silver-plated 510 Center Pin
  • Adjustable Airflow Control Ring
  • 510 threading will allow use of a wide variety of 510 Atomizers, Cartomizers, Clearomizers & Tanks
  • Includes all three (3) size tubes to allow use of 18350, 18490, 18500 & 18650 IMR batteries, button top or flat top
  • Can be “Kicked” to add variable wattage with use of 18350, 18490 & 18500 & 18650 IMR batteries
  • Will allow use of a Safety Fuse to add short circuit protection with use of 18350, 18490, 18500 & 18650 Li-ion batteries
  • Bottom switch / button design that is ‘lockable’
  • Ultra smooth threads & threading

 H Cigar is known for Producing the Highest Quality Clones Available

Vapor Life Electronic Cigarette Vape Shop Miami FL Grand Opening

 Visit Vapor Life Miami, Florida and Join Our Grand Opening Sale-abration.

Enjoy 15% Savings on Everything! Vapor Life Miami FL has all the “good stuff” you want to make your “Vapor Life” complete!

 vaporlife electronic cigarettes miami flSouth Florida’s fastest growing electronic cigarette store and premier vape shop is proud to announce the grand opening of our fourth Vapor Life Ecig store. We pulled out all the stops and created the most elegant electronic cigarette store in Florida. We are not your average vape shop and boast a combination vape, wine and cheese bar in a comfortable and contemporary setting. Come in, hang out and ENJOY!

Check out our huge selection of authentic, exotic  pinoy mods and RDA atomizers. We have all the top brands of ecig batteries, cartomizer tanks and high quality USA made Eliquids like Suicide Bunny, Uncle Junks, Ruthless, Mr Goodvape, Juice Ejuice, Flavorz by Joe, The Great J’s, Rise, Unicorn Blood, Cuttood Unicorn Milk Strawberry Custard E Liquid and so much more.

We have a great selection of AUTHENTIC PINOY MODS and rebuildable Atomizers Like the IGO W, Helios, Trident and RDA Tank Atomizers like the Kayfun Lite Plus and The Russian. We have every color of Atmos Raw Jr vaporizers including special edition green and pink camouflage. We carry the latest 2014 addition to the Atmos Waxy Oil Vaporizer family, the Atmos Jewel in 10 vibrant colors including brushed metal gold and silver. We take requests at Vapor Life…  If there is an exotic  mod or rebuildable drip atomizer you want that we don’t have in stock, we will endeavor to find it for you.   That’s the Vapor Life promise to you!

Vapor Life is South Floridia’s fastest growing electronic cigarette and vape shop for a reason. Customer service, huge selection of  e-cigs, exotic pinoy mods, atomizers and delicious, USA made ejuice flavors



New Products…

The Patriot Atomizer Made in the USA


Suicide Bunny Eliquids

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Cuttwood Unicorn Milk E Liquid


The Great J’s Premium E liquids

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Limited Edition Authentic
GMS V Pinoy Mod by V Creations
Black Cerakote Splatter Pattern
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Atmos Jewel Vaporizer in 11 Colors
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Mechanical Mod Safety and Proper Usage Guide

sigelei-19e-telescope-mod-vaporlifeusa copy copy This article is intended for new vapers who want to get hold of their first mechanical mod. The first thing we must distinguish is the difference between a mechanical mod and an electronic cigarette a.k.a Personal Vaporizer (electronic PV).
A good and properly designed electronic PV has a built-in chip in the unit itself that acts as a protection circuit; it prevents things we want to avoid while using any unit and these usually include over-discharge and short circuit.
Because of the built-in safety features, electronic PVs are inherently safer than fully mechanical mods. Some popular electronic PVs are Provaris, Vamos, EVICs, E-Gos and iTastes.
The problem with a mechanical mod, however, is that obviously it does not have a chip that can monitor things like short circuit and over-discharge. Short circuit and over-discharge, without getting too technical, basically make the battery unstable to a point that it may overheat and catch flames or worse.
And this is the reason why we are posting this article – so that we can show you what you can do to compensate for the mechanical mod’s lack of native circuit protection.
We have compiled a list of things to remember when dealing with mechanical mods.
For some of these, it is implied that you get yourself a multi-meter. In fact, if you choose to own a mechanical mod, you should also get a decent multi-meter.
Let us go into each in detail.

We have compiled a list of things to remember when dealing with mechanical mods.

Regularly check for atomizer resistance and short circuits

Unlike your Provari or Vamo etc., a fully mechanical mod will still fire even when a short occurs on the atomizer. A short-circuit technically means zero or close to zero resistance (ohms), but most electronic PVs won’t allow anything lower than Iohm metor1.2/5ohms. This is to ensure the batteries are not stressed especially if they have lower C ratings.
If you are using a new atomizer, make sure you check your resistance first before screwing it on your mechanical mods.
If you are using a rebuildable atomizer, do not let the ohms go too low as some batteries may become very stressed with lower resistance. When starting out, build them at a standard resistance around 2.0-2.5. ohms just to be safe.
Shorts don’t always occur in the atomizer, test the unit itself as well. To do this with a multi-meter, take out your battery, with one probe touch the positive pin of the mod and another on the body. If the meter shows any kind of resistance, it means a current is flowing and you have a short somewhere. Immediately remove the battery and locate and cure the problem.
When testing for resistance using a multi-meter, note that the multi-meter also carries its own resistance or lead resistance.
In cheaper multi-meters, we have seen this lead resistance go as high as 0.6ohms. Touching both probes together will usually display how much lead resistance the meter has. Subtract this from what is displayed on the meter when testing your atomizers to get the atomizer’s real resistance.
So if your atomizer reads 2.0ohms, it may actually be just 1.4ohms if your lead resistance is 0.6ohms.

Use A Safety Fuse

There are several safety fuses available for mechanical mods. These are designed to break the circuit in the mod if the battery gets too hot. There are electrical circuit fuses, like the ‘Vape Safe’ fuse. These work in the same way as the protection circuit does on some batteries. They add an extra couple of mm to the length of the battery.
Another type of fuse is a ‘hot spring’ Every mod uses a spring in the endcap to maintain good electrical contact between the battery and the mod. A hot spring does the same thing, but when it gets hot, it melts which breaks the electrical circuit battery fusein the event of a battery going bad.
If a fuse trips it will need to be replaced, ideally along with the battery that caused the failure as well. While fuses do not make your mechanical mod entirely safe they do provide an extra layer of protection.
Do not use the battery when it is fully discharged
Another suspected cause of batteries being damaged or even catching fire (thermal runaway) is when it continues to discharge way past its discharge threshold. Meaning; using it way past empty.
A Li-ion battery typically holds a capacity of 4.2 volts at 100% charge. As the battery is used, this voltage drops.Depending on quality and manufacturer, typically your batteries can be safely used until the voltage drops to between 3.6 and 3.3 volts (or even lower on really superb ones).
On the safe side, when a battery reaches 3.6 volts, just assume it is empty (as it might as well be), stop using the battery and recharge it as soon as possible. Li-ion batteries will enjoy a longer lifespan if partial discharge is practised.
If you are unfamiliar with your batteries, use your meter to test your batteries often to determine how much usage time you typically need to get from 4.2 to 3.6 volts. This will help you estimate how much is left when you don’t have your meter with you.
Just note that as the battery ages, the time to reach empty will decrease, and this is due to the internal resistance building up (We will talk about how to determine this in another article about internal resistance).
Avoid stacking batteries
Unless you really know what you are doing, simply do not do it.
Stacking batteries means putting one battery on top of another in series, so they produce a higher voltage. This also adds much more stress to each of the batteries. Two “stacking” batteries is not recommended
Not all batteries are designed to be stacked. Stacking will stress both batteries much more than when the same atomizer is used in a single-cell configuration.
Both your batteries must be capable of very high C ratings (which we may discuss in another article) and unfortunately most batteries are not. If you really want to stack batteries, make sure your batteries are designed to do so.
Another problem with stacking batteries is differing discharge rates. One battery may already be fully charged while the other less so. Sooner or later, one will ultimately over-discharge and cause problems.
Even on a new pair of batteries, there is a chance that in time one of these batteries “gets old quicker” which will make it empty quicker than the other. This often happens even in “manufacturer pairs”.
If you have no choice, such as you have a mechanical mod that only accepts stacked batteries, you can use a spacer (dummy battery) or purchase the best quality batteries that are designed to be stacked. Use atomizers with a resistance that will not stress your setup. And always check the health of your batteries regularly, both while in the device and in the charger
If you really need a higher voltage than what a single cell can give, consider a variable voltage electronic PV or a kick device for your mechanical mod.

Prevent your mechanical mod from firing accidentally

Other than discharging your unit beyond recommended levels, another cause of over-discharge and battery stress is accidentally firing your unit for prolonged periods of time. Usually this happens accidentally.
Electronic PVs like the Provari, Vamo, E-vic and eGo, usually have an automatic 10-15 second cut-off to prevent this, as well as manual “off” mechanisms where you can turn the units completely off.
Some mechanical mods may have lockable firing mechanisms that function as an “off” mechanism. But not all do.
If your mechanical mod has this feature, use it whenever you store your mods in your bag or even in its case. This will prevent it from firing.
If your unit does not, then make sure to remove the atomizer and ensure nothing can short the positive terminal (the pin where your atomizer connects to). Placing your unit in a small pouch/bag before placing it in your case, can help prevent this.
Use only protected batteries or better still, use safer chemistry batteries
In our market today, there are many kinds of batteries that can be used in a mechanical mod.
Two of the most popular battery types used in mods are ICR (LiCo02) and IMR (LiMn) / IMR hybrids. Both of these are lithium-ion (Li-ion) batteries.
In terms of use, technically, any of these can be used on any device that requires a 3.7volt power source, including your mechanical mods. But not all are suitable.
In terms of safety the difference between the two (ICR and IMR) is the chemical composition in these batteries. ICR can catch fire at a faster rate than IMRs because they are simply more combustible. ICR are also generally known to stress more easily than IMR. There are two types of ICR batteries, protected and unprotected. Never use unprotected ICR in any mechanical mod as it does not have any safety mechanism in them.
Protected ICR batteries have a basic layer of protection that prevents your batteries from shorts and over discharge problems. Protected ICR with a C rating of 2 amps or more can be used in mechanical mods.
IMRs however, has a more stable chemistry, and won’t likely to catch fire or explode as easily as an ICR can. They do not require protection, and often sold without it. These are also suitable for mechanical mods.
You may ask, what is better an IMR battery or a protected ICR battery?
The general consensus within in the vaping community is that if in doubt, IMR is better for mechanical mods. The reasoning is, although IMR has no protection circuit, by nature of their chemical composition, they are safer than ICR with a protection circuit. Protected ICR batteries have a history of their protection system failing, especially with the cheaper ones. In fact, we have read more incidents of cheaper protected ICR batteries venting flames than IMRs.
An analogy to this is that a protected ICR is like a gun with the safety switch turned on, and an IMR is a gun someone filled with rubber bullets. Both guns can hurt but one is more hazardous.

Do not invert batteries

The outside, or case of the battery is always negative and therefore your mod’s case should also be negative.
In most mods, the negative portion of your battery is at the bottom of the mod to make the entire tube negative.
The reason for this is that if your battery case gets damaged, and it touches the metal tube, your tube will be negative no matter how you positioned your battery. No short will occur.
However, if your tube is positive, and your battery case gets damaged, you will have a short and a serious problem.

Do not over-charge your batteries

Whenever you have fully charged your batteries, before you place them in your mechanical mod, use your multi-meter to check the voltage.
It typically should not go beyond 4.2 volts, although many brands have a +/- .05v in their specifications allowing them to go up to 4.25volts.
If it goes beyond what is specified, consider changing the battery, the charger or both. An over charged battery should be considered unstable and therefore potentially dangerous.MNKE IMR-18650 3.7v 1500mah vaporlife usa. $15
To prolong battery life, charge your batteries at 4.1volts rather than fully charging them.
Also, never try to recharge a battery that has been severely discharged. A severely discharged battery may develop an internal short.
Make sure your mechanical mods have sufficiently sized and number of vent holes
If you follow the rules already mentioned, you should be fine.

But even the most vigilant of us can and do make mistakes. Even if we follow all the rules, there are just some things we cannot avoid such as accidents.
When this happens, it is good to have a unit with some sort of safety mechanism in place. To this end we would advocate the use of a ‘kick’ style fuse in the battery compartment. There are two types; the first is a ‘single event’ type which will require replacement should it blow and a re-settable type with a set number of cycles. Both cut out when detecting an abnormal rise in battery temperature therefore preventing you from operating the device. For £2.50 and £15 respectively, either is considered a worthwhile investment.

One of the biggest problems with a battery experiencing thermal runaway (which may be caused by shorts, stress or over-discharge) is that things inside the battery expand at a rapid rate.
A mod without vent holes is a sealed container that may crack, shatter, or explode causing harm to you and others simply because the pressure inside the mod has nowhere to go.
A mechanical mod with suitable vent holes can prevent this pressure from building up and it can release the rapidly expanding gases before they build to dangerous levels.
Think of a mod without vent holes as a balloon, when you inflate it too far, eventually it will explode. Known within the battery industry as ‘venting with flame’ or ‘rapid disassembly!!!
A balloon with large enough holes however, will just release the pressure no matter how much you blow into it.

Having covered the fundamentals, this may feel like a lot to take in. Eventually these will be second nature to you. So have a great day and enjoy your mechanical mod!!!
Our gratitude goes to Diana and Uba at BumbleVape for permission to use this article. There may be changes including additions and removal of information as it becomes available or irrelevant.
Thank you to VaperCaper for information on Safety Fuses.

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