This product includes only the Control Unit for the Joyetech eGo-T Mod 18650 2200mAh Battery. A Joyetech eGo-T Mod Tube for 18650 Battery and compatible 18650 Battery will be needed to use this product.
Control Unit features the 5-click on/off safety feature and can be switched back and forth between constant 3.3 volt regulated output mode and unregulated output mode.
To change modes, turn the battery off by quickly pressing the button 5 times. Then press the button until the LED changes colors (White=regulated, Orange=unregulated). Turn the battery back on by pressing the button quickly 5 times.
(Control Unit may come with raised button as picture or new flat button design)
***Other 18650 batteries may not be compatible with this device
Posted by jon on 30th Nov 2012
I have bought two of the mod setups from Mfs now one with the raised button and one with the flat button and I love both of them. I do like the flat button better especially now the the one with the raised button is getting a little touchy, sometime I get a missed hit but I have had it for a while now. None the less, this mod is amazing. The old 650s I was using would last about 5 hours, my mods last me 4 to 5 days before I switch out the battery's.
Posted by Eric on 3rd Nov 2012
MFS had this unit for the best price I found. As usual, excellent, quick service. As for the device, it is a nice upgrade from the V1 unit. Mine came with the flat button. I like the flat version a bit better than the old, raised button: it feels more solid. The lone downside is the finish: a brushed aluminum that adds nothing but a budget look. I still highly recommend this, but I wish it were chrome or black.
Posted by Gator on 25th Oct 2012
So for so good, with a large tank your good for a day easy.
Posted by Emma T (fourthrok) on 18th Oct 2012
I got the eGo T Mod kit and fell in love with it so hard I knew I had to get a spare control head for it. In the event something bad happened to the original one! So I did. Tested it and it works perfectly, as expected. The button flush-with-the-unit design is great...reduces the likelihood of accidental fire-offs, and it's sealed up so spills won't mess it up. Also the button can't get stuck on like some buttons do. Great design! Yes, in the dark it can be interesting to locate the button, but it's doable, and the trade off is worth it! SUPER price!! Good job MFS!
Posted by Unknown on 6th Oct 2012
I put one of these on a blue body, added a chrome DCT 5ml tank and a chrome sleeve/adapter with a Ming tip and it looks amazing!
The Chrome sleeve does have a small gap but this works great as an air flow control. Twist the sleeve to snug the tank and you get a heavier vape, twist it to the battery and you get a bit lighter vape.
I love the look and feel of this mod and it works like a champ!
Bottom coil CE3's rock on this as well as my tanks!
Posted by PennaTomCat on 15th Sep 2012
It produces tons of vapor. I didn't experience any problems until I dropped it on concrete one too many times (about 12 times).
Can't beat the $9 replacement cost.
Posted by Dick R. on 20th Aug 2012
$25 for a complete 18650 tube mod is great. Heads have small issue of "resetting" when put down or shook hard. When bottom spring compresses, battery loses contact with head & resets to standard regulated mode. Like most cartos I use at regulated voltage anyway :)
This is lowest price I've found for a replacement head, period.
Posted by Steve W. on 15th Aug 2012
When they're working I really, really like them. I have two of these and they both have the same problem. I run them exclusively in unregulated mode and every so often, I'd guess about every half hour on average, they either turn themselves off or switch to regulated mode. It's especially annoying if I'm in bright sunlight where it's hard to see the lighted button for switching them back. Also, I wish that the unregulated indicator color was red instead of yellow as the difference between white and yellow is too subtle in bright light.
Posted by Rob on 26th Jul 2012
Works good. My only gripe is that the button kind of flashes or skips on occasion. Not a huge deal. I don't run it unregulated until the battery is almost dead, so I can't say much about other complaints I've seen. I bought 2 so hopefully I won't have to buy again. If I need to I will though.
Posted by doubleganger on 22nd Jun 2012
On a freshly charged battery along with a dual element cartomizer it's a fog machine. If they ever come out with one that's variable and/or regulated to 4.8 volts I'll upgrade again. I wish the unregulated led color was a color other than yellow as the difference between the regulated white and the unregulated yellow is subtle. The one problem I have with it is that it sometimes switches back to regulated on it's own.