In this Eleaf Ipower / iStock Power review I try to explain as much as I can about this awesome 80W box mod, and hopefully you’ll be able to see why I love it so much.
But first, the specs:
- Dimensions: 3-1/4″ x 1-7/8″ x 7/8″
- Battery Capacity: Built-in 5000mAh Battery
- Wattage Output: 1.0 – 80.00w
- Variable Temperature Control : Nickel / Titanium / Stainless Steel 316/ TCR
- Temperature Control Range: 100 – 315C / 200 – 600F
- Bypass (Direct Output Voltage) and Smart Mode
- Resistance Range: 0.05-1.5ohm for Variable Temperature Control Mode
- Resistance Range: 0.1-3.5ohm for Variable Wattage and Bypass Mode
- OLED Display Screen
- Bottom Ventilation Holes
- Micro USB Charging Port
- Upgradeable Firmware
- Reset Button
- Dual Circuit Protection
- Over-charging Protection
- Over-current Protection
- Over-discharging Protection
Table of Contents
Eleaf Ipower: Pros
I love the size, for me it’s just right. I love the build quality and the looks, although I find the wood grain version fugly as hell. The design is simplistic but it works. No gimmicks.
I love the long-lasting battery of the Eleaf Ipower / iStick Power (which one is it anyway?) and I can get more than a full day of vaping out of it.
Eleaf Ipower: Cons
Charging the battery takes a long time, and sometimes I do wich it has replaceable 18650 batteries instead of the built-in ones. But, when its fully charged it lasts forever.
It fits only 22m or smaller atomizers – which is not acon for me but could be for you.
UPDATE: In the video I claim that you cannot adjust the wattage in TC mode. Actually you can make adjustments, by pressing the menu button and the up/down buttons at the same time. Sorry for that error.
There’s really no other cons from me. I love it, love it, love it. In fact, I’ve started to auction off some of my older mods once I got the Eleaf Ipower.
Overall, doing this Eleaf Ipower review was fun for me, and I think it looks even better through the camera lens!