To mention the Vaporesso Target 200 kit review, it looks like this company is targeting pod mod kit e-cigarettes in this version. We can go back to the time when Vaporesso released the Target Mini to understand the expectations of future iterations in this range.
Dimensions: 140.3 x 35.1 x 28.6mm (complete whale)
Case material:zinc alloy + plastic
Power supply: 1 x 18650/20700/21700
Chipset: AXON 2.0
Power: 5 – 100W
Operating mode: VW, F (t), VV, BYPASS
Protection: low/high resistance, overheating, from short circuit, from the wrong polarity, from overcharge / overdischarge
Connector type: steel 510, pin gold-plated, spring-loaded
Screen / diagonal: color, 0.96 “
Charging port / current: Type-C, charging current 2A
The target 100 mod adopts the already familiar style-the gloss of the control panel, the moisture-proof and wear-resistant “innovative rag” insert, and the round outline. In fact, we are dealing with the pipeline mode, and the controls are attached to the side of the mode.
The manufacturer launched two versions of the smaller flagship at the same time, but we will only consider one using an external battery. All this is because we are already familiar with the revised version of the built-in battery-TARGET 80 Go Wild.
The smaller version, as you remember, operates on a built-in 3000mAh battery, but our hero is already on the three most popular external battery formats. The cover of the compartment for them is hinged, the slide is fixed by movement.
The only difference here is the Vaporesso mod design-the box mod wears a known “rag”, the landing pad is slightly changed, and the lanyard holder is removed. The dimensions of the box mod are quite modest – the height is no more than 88mm – and this is provided that external batteries of the 21700 format can be used as well.