iStick Aster 75W

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  1. Chuck333

    Chuck333 New Member Member

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    Is this mod available in Canada. I've seen it on iStick.org for less than $25 U.S. I have an 18650 battery I could use in this and I have a Subtank Mini on my Subvod Mega I could switch over if I wanted. Anybody have a suggestion for an equivalent mod (510 thread and utilizing the 18650 battery) for around the same price?
     
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    No actually the iStick Aster has identical specs to the Pico but comes in a totally different box. The battery is installed through a magnetic cover instead of a screwed on cap (on the Pico) that gets in the way of some tank's air hole adjustment. The box is taller and narrower which might make it a bit more tipsy.
    http://www.istick.org/eleaf-aster-75w-tc-box-mod.html

    Actually I've ordered a Tesla 75W box mod that looks very similar to the Aster. I found out that eLeaf is a Joyetech company and I've not had good luck with Joyetech. The Tesla mod cost just over $30 CDN shipped from GearBest.com I plan to use my Kanger Toptank Nano on it with a Ni TC coil (0.15 ohm Ni TC). I have a Kanger Subvod Mega that has a Toptank Mini on it. I will use this one in wattage mode (0.5 ohm SSOCC). The stick mod that comes with the Mega doesn't produce a warm enough vape for my taste when I use TC mode on it. The Nano tank comes from my regular Subvod.

    I have a Joyetech eGo AIO Pro C that I don't like at all. It has an 18650 battery in it. I'll use this battery (and buy a spare) in the box mod. I'll use the AIO as a battery charger and save the plug on my box mod from damage.
     
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