I am biased, let me say that right out of the gate. I’m a fan of this company and a fan of mech mods in general. Mech mods require extra know-how and safety to function properly. Small price to pay for having a really stellar mech IMO. Sure 3d printing isn’t going to last forever, but neither did my SMOK ALIEN.
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Handfeel, handfeel, handfeel. The Snowcap RAVINE has handfeel for days. It’s shorter than a billet and uses a bigger battery. As I said in the video, it kind of out-billet-boxes the BilletBox. If you’re after a mech boro, I would take a serious serious look at the Ravine from Snowcap. I love it, but again many don’t enjoy 3D Printing. Their loss I guess. More for me.
THE DENALI!!! I forgot about the Denali.. ok so I do have 4 now.
Dug this squonk as soon as I set it up, after YEARS of not using a squonk even with the Pulse RDA it was treating me really nice. I CAN’T BELIEVE this thing got me squonking again, but the hand feel of the Avalanche V2 is incredible beyond words. Having a 21700 / 20700 mechanical squonk in this small of a form factor is truly awesome. I already mentioned this SnowCapMods Avalanche V2 hits hard. Still that.
As I said in my other SnowCapMods video, the printing is nice. He explains on his site how he does it, but it’s nice. For the sub $100 price point, it looks and feels very nice.
3D printing has come a shockingly long way. As I said, I’ve used hundreds of different 3D printed mods and this one by far feels the least 3D printed feeling. The switch is soft and squishy, but hits nice and hard, and has a locking feature. That’s a win.