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Saint 21700 Mech Mod by Timesvape and LZ Vape


This is a (p)review of the saint mech mod, this has been sent to me for the purpose of review by timesvape and is a collaboration with lz vape. This mechanical mod can take certain 21700, 20700 and with an adapter 18650 batteries.

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◄ ► Unboxing
◄ ►Close Look
◄ ►Controls and Screen
◄ ►Temp Control & Wattage Vape
◄ ►Thoughts


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  1. Great safety advice on the intro to your review, Shady. Kudos for that!
    I know ohms law, I re-wrap my own batteries, and I have a 521 Mini build stand.
    That being said, I prefer my regulated mods. I do appreciate you sharing the honest review.
    Cheers, Shady!

  2. If that list is what it can't take, then get something else. If you can't use a 30t or a 40t is not worth it, get a dreamer from the same company.
    The mod itself looks like a giant copywrite infringement, scoundrel body and a purge button. Voltage drop seems too high, there are better options in mechs.
    Mechs are very time intensive to use, but not a whole hell of a lot to talk about. Great video Shady.

  3. Had to pause before finishing the video to comment this. Absolutely love that disclaimer, and telling people to go away if they aren't familiar. I've come across too many asking for what builds, or what batteries, etc. If it's advice, I'm all about that, we know that. But if you need step by step, go back to the drawing board, I'm glad to point you in the right directions. It's refreshing when a reviewer says you have to know mechanical safety, but I don't think any have said don't watch the video. Shows where your priorities are. Much love for that. Now back to your regularly scheduled shady video.

  4. I have the Banaspti (£55 Evo) and two Dreamers – all by the same company – and the quality of them is superb. The Banaspti hits as hard as anything, even the Broadside. I'm surprised that they sent you this in such a state, particularly as it is for the purpose of a review. That voltage drop is more in line with what you'd expect from a stacked tube. Cheers for the review and I'll be giving this one a swerve.

  5. Very nice!
    Just wanted to thank you for your TFV8 rebuild vid. Just did a mesh and it worked great. Gonna save my sis and wife tons of money!

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