Update: The Dovpo Ember 50W Box Mod Kit Has Been Discontinued – Check Newer Box Mods & Starter Mod Kits Below
The Dovpo Ember is one of the smallest box mods out there. It features 50 watts of output power and temperature control technology.
This micro mod has dimensions of only 66mm x 33.5mm x 23mm, It is constructed from zinc alloy with a rubber paint finish to make it ergonomic and prevents slippage. The large fire button is located on the control face and is clicky. Under the fire button, there’s also a 0.69 inch OLED screen which displays battery level, current resistance, voltage, wattage or temperature. The adjustment buttons are located at the top for easy access.
The mod uses an internal 1500 mah battery which is virtually never found on such a small device. The battery is chargeable via the USB port with the cable you’also receive with purchase. The Ember is capable of firing up to 50 watts, has a variable temperature range of 200°F – 600°F and has an ability to fire atomizers or builds with a resistance of just 0.1Ω. Variable temperature mode works well with stainless steel, titanium and nickel coil heads.
The Ember mod also features many safety protections such as overtime vape warning, low voltage protection, short circuit protection and overheat prevention.
Overall, this mod will probably remind you of other mini mods such as the iStick Pico or Mini Volt box mods. If you’re looking for something that has a great design and is tiny with a decent battery life, the Ember may be just the device that’s perfect.
- Tiny micro mod
- Dimensions: 66mm x 33.5mm x 23mm
- Made from zinc alloy with rubber paint finish
- 0.69″ OLED screen
- Powered by 1500mAh internal battery
- Voltage range: 3.2V to 4.2V
- Highest Output Current: 25A
- Power range: 5.0W to 50.0W
- Temperature control compatibility: Ni200, Titanium and SS316
- Temperature Range: 200°F to 600°F or 100 ºC to 300 ºC
- Resistance Range: 0.1Ω to 3.0Ω
- Overheat protection
- Low-voltage protection under 3.2V
- Overtime vaping warning
- Short circuit protection