A mod can be described as an advanced box, powered by one or several batteries and allocates power to a clearomizer atomizer or screwed on mode. There are three types of mods: Those who can regulate watts, regulate watts / temperature and then we got the mechanical ones with no chip. Most mods uses 1-3 18650 batteries, but there are also mods who use 18350 or 26650 batteries, or have built-in ones. Some mods charges via micro-USB, while others require a separate charger. Most mods released today can both regulate volts, watts and temperature.
There are three types of mods:
VV/VW-mod: Those with variable volts (VV) and/or variable watts (VW):
Most mods on the market is neither mechanical or control the temperature, they are siply mods that can regulate the voltage and wattage. They apply to the description above, in addition, they can adjust the power allocated to the clearomizer or atomizer.
VW/TC-mod: Those with variable watts (VW) and Temperature Control (TC):
A mod that can regulate temperature matches the description of a mod at the top of this text, in addition they can regulate the temperature. A feature which is called temperature control or TC which characteristics will significantly save both battery and e-juices and reduces the risk of dry hits. Remember that you need to use a coil or wire if you spin your own coils compatible with temperature control, for example, nickel (Ni), titanium (Ti) or Stainless Steel (SS).
Mechanical mod: Those without any electronic parts
A mechanical mods effect is determined by what battery you use, the clearomizer / atomizer features and what type of coil you use. A mechanical mode uses 1 battery of type 18350 or 18650, and is chargerd with a separate charger. Since there is no built-in protection in a mechanical mod, we only recommend a mechanical mod only to advanced users. There is also something called hybrid mod, read more about it in our article “Hybrid mod and safety, what should I consider?“.