Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC Starter Kit Overview
Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC Starter kit is a product of collaboration with Master-Crafter Jay Bo who brings the Vape Community one of the smallest 18650 Mods to date. Introducing Eleaf’s all-new Pico 75w Temperature Control Starter Kit. This miniature mod measures in at 45mm by 23mm by 70.5mm and houses a single 18650 battery (not included). The Pico offers a Micro-USB port for firmware upgrades and supports wattages as low as 1w and can be fired all the way up to 75w. Temperature Control mode supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium and Stainless Steel heating elements as well as three separate custom TCR modes for those who would like to vape with their own temperature coefficients. The Pico features a top loaded battery cap that protrudes 5.5mm from the top of the device, adding a unique look that ergonomically sets this device apart from the others. The bright, full-sized OLED screen displays the current wattage, atomizer resistance, output temperature and battery life.
On top of this device sits the beautiful Melo III Mini Sub-Ohm Tank. This top-filling tank features a 2mL fill capacity and is compatible with Atlantis, Triton and cCell Coil Structures. The Melo III tank offers a clean and minimal look with an Invisible Airflow Control that discreetly hides the adjustable airflow. In the box you’ll find a 0.3ohm Kanthal coil (rated at 30-80w) as well as a 0.5ohm Kanthal coil (rated at 30-100w). Jay Bo and Eleaf make it perfectly clear with their newest addition to the iStick family: Just because it’s small doesn’t mean it cannot pack a punch! If you’re looking for a new all-in-one pocket friendly device, look no further than the Eleaf iStick Pico 75w Starter Kit!
Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC Starter Kit Features
- Dimensions: 23 x 45 x 70.5mm
- Output mode: VT-Ti / VT-Ni / VW / SS-Stainless Steel / TCR / Bypass Mode
- Output wattage: 1 - 75W
- Resistance range: 0.05 - 1.5 ohms for VT mode
- Resistance range: 0.1 - 3.5 ohms for VW / Bypass Mode
- Temperature range: 100 - 315C / 200 - 600F
- Battery: 1 x 18650 (Not Included)
- Firmware Upgradeable
- Colors: Black, Grey, White, Silver, Pink
- Tank Capacity: 2ml
- Top Fill System
Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC Starter Kit Content
- 1 x iStick Pico 75W TC Device(battery not included)
- 1 x Melo 3 Mini Tank
- 1 x EC Kanthal 0.3 ohm Vape Coil (Preinstalled)
- 1 x EC Kanthal 0.5 ohm Vape Coil
- 1 x Spare Bag of O-rings
- 1 x Micro USB Cable
- 1 x User manual
Eleaf has always been known as one of the most original and forward thinking companies in the vape industry. It comes as no surprise that Eleaf collaborated with Wismec’s mastermind Jaybo himself when developing and engineering their latest addition to the iStick Family.
The iStick Pico 75W stands alone as one of the most unique and compact pieces of hardware accessible to the vape community. Additionally, Eleaf pairs the Pico with their impressive Melo 3 sub-ohm tank and a replacement 0.5 ohm kanthal coil head.
The Pico offers a hassle-free, straightforward solution to a growing vape market that seems to be overflowing with complexity. On top of the device is a stainless-threaded 510 connection that uses a spring loaded connector pin to allow the Melo 3 tank to sit flush on top of the mod. Also on top of the Pico is a threaded battery compartment that can be easily removed to show the single 18650 battery bay. The front of the pico features a firing button, bright OLED screen, and a MicroUSB port for firmware updates. Unlike other mods in the iStick family, the iStick Pico’s regulatory buttons are located on the bottom of the device.
The iStick Pico is a 75w Device that also offers temp control, and operates between 200-600 degrees Fahrenheit or 100-315 Degrees Celsius. It supports Wattage mode, Bypass Mode, Nickel Mode, Titanium Mode, Stainless Steel Mode, and 3 separate custom TCR modes for setting your own temperature Coefficient.
The Mellow 3 is a powerful sub-ohm tank that features a 2mL fill capacity and is constructed out of Stainless Steel and Pyrex Glass. This top-filling tank offers a heat-insulated 510 drip tip, a hidden adjustable airflow system, a threaded 510 connection and a 0.3 ohm kanthal atomizer head pre-installed.
Overall, the iStick Pico is ergonomically satisfying. The threaded top-loading battery compartment makes changing batteries fast and effortless, and the Melo 3’s sleek and minimal look only adds to the appeal of the device. If you’re looking for an attractive, compact Temperature Control mod and a stylish, top-filling sub-ohm tank, Eleaf’s new iStick Pico Starter Kit is one of their most impressive kits to date.
Vape Kits Disclaimer
SUB-OHM: Some devices might come with sub-ohm resistance coils. Extra safety precautions should be practiced when using a sub ohm device. Sub-ohm coils will only work on a device capable of firing sub ohm atomizers and coils. You must also ensure that your batteries can handle sub ohm atomizers and coils. Improper use can lead to damage or injury. MistHub is not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of sub-ohm devices. Check out our Tutorial Section where you can learn more about the different kinds of devices and tips on how to use them safely.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Temperature control devices require the use of nickel, titanium or stainless steel wire. Temperature control coils are designed specifically for use only with devices equipped with circuit boards capable of controlling coil temperature. Do NOT use temperature control coils with any device that is not equipped to handle temperature control. MistHub is not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of temperature control devices. If you would like to learn more about Temperature Control, please check out our Temperature Control Tutorial!
BATTERIES: There is an inherent risk with the use of any and all rechargeable batteries in any circumstance. MistHub will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use or handling of a battery. By purchasing battery devices you acknowledge these risks and attest that you have sufficient understanding of the batteries you are purchasing to use and care for them properly.
WARRANTY: This device comes with a 30 day Limited Warranty against any manufacturing defects from the date of delivery. Physical damage, water damage or evidence of tampering with the device will void the warranty. Scratches and discoloration from regular use is considered normal wear and tear and is not covered by warranty. Tanks, atomizers and coils are not covered under warranty. Please examine the devices upon delivery for any defects.
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