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Welcome to Indoor Smokers everybody. Today you are going to get a chance to see me make like a leaf and blow.. Some Vapour!
Alright guys, we’re going to get hot and sticky up in here as we take a look at the eLeaf iStick collection! We’re going to review not one, not two, not three but four eleafs today. We’re going to look at them all from the mini mini to the 50W. I do have full reviews for all of these, but today I am going to be going through each one and comparing it to each other to see which one might be right for you. So if you are out there thinking “I want to get an eLeaf iStick”, hopefully this will help you decide!
Now I’m going to start with what I think are the two biggest differentials between these – and that is the two at the low end here aren’t able to do sub ohm vaping. So you won’t be able to use the Atlantis tanks or any of the Kangertech sub tanks on those. The 50W and the 30W read and vape sub ohm. The 50W goes down to a .4 resistance, while the 30W goes down to a .2. So if you are just using 1.5 or 1.8 resistance coils, you will be fine using the 10W or the 20W. If you are using some of the bigger tanks, you will want to get one of the larger ones. If you are going to be using the rebuildable stuff, then it is probably best to be using the 50W iStick.
Alright, so we do have many similarities and features between the whole range. One of these is the 510 threading, an adapter that you will get in most of the kits. They also all charge with a micro USB port, which can be put in on the side. I prefer it on the side as it is easier to use as a follow through and you don’t have to lay it on its side when charging it.
The Mini is a 10W. The original, the one that won ‘Mod of the Year’ at the Indoor Awards , that is this 20W right here. The 30W, one of the newer ones – which has the steel plate on the top of it here. Then we have the ‘big boy’ – the 50W iStick. So besides the difference in wattage, we also have a milliamp difference on these. Now that we have covered the differences in the milliamp and wattage difference, let’s take a look at the screens on each of these.