The Kamry K1000 ePipe is a thumb fired mechanical mod that has a standard 510 connection. It comes in seven metallic satin finish colors with a silver firing button. It’s an excellent mod for one looking to get an ePipe. Batteries must be flat top 18350s as button tops do not fit. The K1000 ships with a full kit which includes the Battery Body, matching drip tip, 2 18350 IMR batteries, a K1000 atomizer, a charger and case. The kits retails for around $55.
Joyetech rolled out the eCom in very bold fashion. The eCom pen style, in either 650 mAh or 1000 mAh, has a proprietary thread that fits only Joyetech eCom atomizers. This pen style battery has a very sleek and modern look and sports variable voltage and variable wattage, which can be flipped with a switch. It has a USB charging port which doubles as a passthrough and battery indicator light. The 650mAh is $40 while the 1000mAh can be had for $45. Replacement atomizers are $20.
The Cool Fire II, Innokin’s newest mod in their artillery, is a grenade shaped and follows the weapon-like look of the 134, which took design cues from the M134 Minigun. Like the 134 the Cool Fire II has a rotational wheel that adjusts wattage in .5 increments from 7-12.5W.
It features reserve battery protection, short circuit protection, battery safe protection, low voltage warning, LED battery power display and a built in 7A fuse for protection and stability. It has a standard 510 connector to connect an assortment of attachments and will fit Innokin’s line of iClear devices. It retails for approximately $80.
The Pipe Style Telescopic, touted as a mechanical mod and cloned after the Ango R80, has a chromed brass stationary 510 center pin and telescopic tube to accommodate 18350/18500/18650 batteries, which are sold separately. It supports 510 and eGo threaded attachments and has a top-firing switch that can be thumb activated. It also comes with a 2.4 ohm chromed brass and polycarbonate mini clearomizer. It comes in metallic blue, black, copper, red and the pictured khaki. It can be purchased at fasttech.com for a mere $22.40.
Originally cloned after the AC9, the Smok RSST is very popular with rebuilders both for its ease of rebuilding and tank capacity. It has recently been updated with a much-needed Pyrex tank, so citrus and cinnamon vapers rejoice! It features a standard 510 connection, 4ml capacity, 1mm air hole, and stainless steel material. Rebuild this RBA with cotton, stainless steel mesh or silica with a little bit of Kanthal. It retails for about $25.