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BillW50

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Finally they're doing that! However, are they putting the DNA60 in the same case as the DNA200? In that case, it would be worth it just making a smaller one on your own.

Ever seen one of those in person? Damn things are really tiny. I bought the silo box which is a clone. And when I saw it in person, I am so glad I didn't buy anything else. To get a FullyMax 900mah in there, I would need a shoehorn. Notice there isn't any air vents? Because there isn't any room for air.
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Ever seen one of those in person? Damn things are really tiny. I bought the silo box which is a clone. And when I saw it in person, I am so glad I didn't buy anything else. To get a FullyMax 900mah in there, I would need a shoehorn. Notice there isn't any air vents? Because there isn't any room for air.


Yes I have a 3D printed DNA200 with a Fulymax in there. Very light but it's definitely not tiny, especially if I'm going to put a DNA60 and a 18650 in there [biggrin]
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hum.... are you guys saying you are going to retrofit a DNA200 enclosure with a DNA60?  The DNA60, as I understand retro-fits into an enclosure of DNA40's. Boards are tiny compared to a DNA200. Unless I am missing something...
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I'm guessing the 60 will be in a different case, just a guess though.
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hum.... are you guys saying you are going to retrofit a DNA200 enclosure with a DNA60?  The DNA60, as I understand retro-fits into an enclosure of DNA40's. Boards are tiny compared to a DNA200. Unless I am missing something...


That's what I'm wondering, since Evolv is selling the DNA60 in a reference case but no further details or photos.
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Pity there is not a small screen option as it would make a good upgrade for the xvostick.
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There is a small screen option for the DNA60...
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There is a small screen option for the DNA60...

You are right there is. [smile] I was sure when i first looked there wasn't. [confused]
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Finally they're doing that! However, are they putting the DNA60 in the same case as the DNA200? In that case, it would be worth it just making a smaller one on your own.


The reference mod enclosure is pretty tiny. What enclosure were you thinking of using. I would imagine they would mill the reference enclosure to accept the dna60 and use the on board buttons. And maybe make it a little shorter? Although a 900mah lipo is about as tall as a 18650 in a sled so.......
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loving this dna60, really allows for building a tiny mod with a lot of power and the latest greatest temperature control algorithms, very smooth with ss316  [smile]







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My goal with this board is to retrofit my Lost Vape Esquare and Epetite and also my Vaporflask V2.1. I love the form factor of all of those mods but i can't live without the temp control of the 200. Now i will have the best of both worlds thanks to Evolv. I sure hope i can make it work in the flask. Has anybody else looked into doing the DNA60 in a Vaporflask? If so I've got some questions.
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I'm going to do one using a flask clone later this year I think using the small screen one.
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All I can say is bout time Evolv

https://evolvapor.forumchitchat.com/post/how-many-folks-want-a-single-18650-version-of-the-dna200-7552794?pid=1288697320
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ha, back then I predicted about a year and it winded up being ~20 days short of that, and just in time [smile] the dna60 is killer.... 
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loving this dna60, really allows for building a tiny mod with a lot of power and the latest greatest temperature control algorithms, very smooth with ss316  [smile]









Thats awesome!

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