I personally like Fast Tech, I have a couple of purchases from them and for the most part I have been very happy with the products bought from them. The new releases on Fast Tech have finally improved their quality while still maintaining their competitive prices.
We all know that waiting for vape mail from Fast Tech can be one of the most nail-biting experiences a vaper can go through. I damn near check my shipment tracking e-mail about every hour just to see the status of my purchase, but are they really to blame?
Fast Tech is located at the other side of the globe, and our governments (U.S. and China) aren’t the friendliest towards each other. If Fast Tech can cut their shipping time, particularly to their U.S. customers, theirs no telling how big this great company will become. For the meantime, we all have to continue to be patient when dealing with FT.
Going back to their great prices, Fast Tech offers great priced Variable Wattage mods. I have compiled a number of variable wattage mods based on user reviews, popularity, and personal opinion.
I am hoping those of you who are looking to buy a VW mod through Fast Tech find this blog useful in getting your next variable wattage mod!
30 WATT MODS
It’s called the “Mini” but its actually decent sized, similar to that of a ZNA mod. I can speak on personal experience, this is a great vape especially paired with an Atlantis. My only complaint is it doesn’t fire under 0.5 ohm, which doesn’t make it the best device to pair with a rebuildable tank system.
The Cover Overload II caught my attention. I personally have been looking into finding a more discreet vape, and this reminds me of my Ego starter kit. I think its awesome that a tiny device like this goes all the way up to 30 watts. This is also a great way for the fans of the Ego/Vision style set-up to try high wattage vaping.
The original Eleaf iStick 20w was a big hit. The new 30w has sub-ohm vaping capability and more power, while keeping the size and the design the same. A fine example of not fixing something that isn’t broken.
The Ultimate Guide To Buying Variable Wattage Mods From Fast Tech Part 2 (40-50 watt mods)