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kbriggs

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the only reason we have the 133 and 167 option is because a couple years ago people asked for it here in this forum. people were fully aware of the output voltage limitation when in 2S mode.


I can forgive the limitation in the 200/133 but Evolv could have addressed the issue in the 250/167 product (which came out later) and chose not to. Advertising a wattage increasing without a corresponding voltage increase is a bit of a sham IMO.

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I can forgive the limitation in the 200/133 but Evolv could have addressed the issue in the 250/167 product (which came out later) and chose not to. Advertising a wattage increasing without a corresponding voltage increase is a bit of a sham IMO.



It is buyers choice, Evolv publish the specs and anyone wanting 166.66 W would be better advised to to get a 3 cell 250, IMO the 2 cell variants are for people at the lower end of the power scale who still want all the features, and vaping at say 75 W they can get to 0.5 ohm which is not low res by today's standards.    Being step-down only brings a lot of advantages and changing that would be a completely different product line from the 200 & 250.  My ADV is 0.05 ohm so I love that they built them like this, and ohms have been coming down over the last couple of years so I bet it suits more people than it encumbers.

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