Review of 200W LMC TC by Limitless Mods

The American company Limitless Mods produces a large number of vaping devices and mostly they are very affordable for the average vaper. But today is not the case. I’ll tell you about a new, not very affordable, box mod from a company called 200W LMC TC.

Design is a very important component of the company’s devices; a lot of time is devoted to it. Our guest was no exception. By default, the box mod looks very cool, but that’s not all. You will also have access to several options for replacement covers, the range of which will most likely expand in the future. They are not included in the kit, and each new one will cost about $30. Box mod size: 92×63.5×23.8 mm, weight 200 grams. It will fit atomizers with a diameter of up to 24 mm, which is not the best indicator.

The manufacturer of the board is unknown, but it is not DNA or Yihi, which is a pity. The manufacturer promises us 200 watts of maximum power, a minimum resistance of 0.08 ohm and thermal control on Ni200/Ti/SS at temperatures of 220-580 F or 100-300 C. All modern levels of protection are present.

The box mod runs on two 18650 batteries, so 200 watts is out of the question. I think the maximum the box mod will produce is an honest 160 watts.

Alas, that’s all for me and it’s time to sum it up. innokin vape The box mod is a high-quality American device with the ability to use replaceable panels that will cost you the price of an istick pico and less than 200 watts. The box mod costs about $120, and for that money you can buy two RX200S and a full set of batteries for them. Is box mod worth the money? I don’t think it’s worth it. If you are a fashionista and want this work of art for yourself at this price, then I would say that you are not right in the head and you like to waste money. Considering the performance characteristics and its good design, I would value the box mod at no more than half of its cost, a maximum of 70-75 dollars.