There are four central vaping outputs loaded onto the GENE.FAN.FIT chip. Users can choose between power (aka wattage mode), temperature control, voltage, custom (aka curve mode, spelled “Cruve” on the screen). The mod, or the chip, doesn’t quite seem to hit its 217W rating even with two 21700 cells installed.
Using the lower-capacity types only confirms this fact, because the vape felt love it was closer to a 150W or a maximum 200W. In Power mode, users even have two boost options to supply a preheat setting, but they are doing not drastically improve the vapor quality.
The Curve mode allows for more versatility as users can pre-program up to 5 different slots. you’ll program the voltage for a span of ten-second with one-second increments. The temperature control feature on this chip is additionally dubious because the highest temperature still seems like it’s missing something. the very best temperature on the GENE.FAN.FIT is 600F, which may be a standard value, but it still seems like it might be a touch stronger.