Best 75dna on market.
It does it all by bridging the gap that all vape enthusiast should have. It is the go too for the beginner the avid the true reason vaping began and simply put to quit smoking yet this lil guy does it all. I've had the original DNA 40 ,rdna40,,dna200,dna133, as well as the provari original20, p3,radius60,Procyon 50 stealth stick, going back 6yrs I had all the original vape pens that started this craze to quit smoking on a simple bet back when the garbage was so out of wack with no savings what so ever when glass filled cotton wicks that didn't last a night and there were no simple fixes and the quality control was such a mess. I was spending 150 a week on juices shipped in from china and it wasn't until provari came out and the technology was simply put in our hands to rebuild I had my tug boat but was not happy with the hassle and mess but then when the Atlantis hit the market in Hong Kong I was blown away but had no device to enjoy the freedom of a coil that lasted over a week even a month with common sense I was super excited to learn on the way home this lil co called vapor shark was in my home state and they had this rdna sub ohm ability I paid the 250 to buy it and that was the beginning of me saving money finally after 2 yrs of junk coils the company aspire took it all to the level setting the bar on tanks and vapor shark set the bar on tuff rugged box mod and customer service. Yes provari set the mark for craftmenship but they were lacking durability and customer service no phone call center just emails that were encrypted so reply and questions overlapped. The cost to fix was crazy and so I stuck with my rdna40 and Atlantis till the Kabuki came out as well as the kayfun 3,4,5,and now new 5. I was on a roll I had the two best tanks yet missing one more which I was lucky to get "Squape" so after I spent the most money in a short time I added up all the money wasted on fake want to be tanks or copied Chinese knock offs. I had spent 80$ on the kabuki 120$ on the new kayfun 5 and 180$ on the squape. 280$ on the radius 300$ on the stealth stick provari products are the Snap On Tool co of vaping. And I bought my DNA 200 which simply gave out after almost 2 yrs they sent me a new one the last one they had free due to the issues I had with it. I then got the 133 but felt it was a waist I wanted small single battery that fit in my pocket. I am able to run it at 11w with kabuki on aspire nautilus coils and it performs as good or better than the radius it's the same size and weight. I run the dual coil squape on 28g k wire or twisted ribbon at 18w. The kayfun I run at 13-15w. So I keep three tanks with all 60/40 50/50 juice no leaks and swap out cottan every couple weeks and recoil once every 6 to 8 weeks. I get the flavor and the power the best of all worlds the hit is always perfect. The kabuki coils last two weeks. So now I've spent the boat load up front but I'm able to run every tank on every device and they all last for hrs. The radius two days with kabuki one day with kayfun and squape. The DNA 75 all day using the best battery same one I use in radius and stealth stick. I mainly leave the house with a bag with all in it so I've got chargers in my car and house usb. As well as a few 18650/3000 Samsung and Sony authentic batteries which helps. So now I waste no juice or money on junk coils. I keep cotton ready but have not had to even change out my dna75 battery it and the radius are almost a perfect match. So for 100$ I got almost everything the radius gave me for 200$ less. Yet my radius just blew out the led screen so the dna75 is winning so far. Though in the end I now spend 20$ every two weeks on juice. 240 mills last two months at 90$. Cotton and coils the total bill monthly now is 50$ a month. I was spending 400$ a month on cigarettes and more on the junk tanks over the last 6 yrs so now the savings and enjoyment is awesone. I like the flavor and I'm at 0% nicotine. So thank you vapor shark thank you Mike at vapor shark you have saved my life and always given this frogman a great product and advice. Keep it up. Your friend Lt A Ripley.
I have been using the Switchbox for a month now (off and on), and it's a fairly solid device. I believe for what you are purchasing, it is seriously overpriced, but that is my personal opinion. I list the pro's and cons below
1. convenient - fits comfortably in my hand
2. performance - seems to provide a constant, reliable charge when firing. I use this with a Kanger subtank v2, and it tastes great.
3. zip charging - will charge from empty to full (single 18650) in less than an hour.
4. Presets - plenty of pre-set configurations for various coil types.
1. Battery life - too short. One 18650 battery only lasts a couple of hours vaping at 25w.
2. Price - Way to expensive for what you are buying.
3. No way to modify the DNA 75 display (or none that I know of to date)
4. No q-Charging like on previous Vaporshark mods.
Overall, I like the device and I use it when I know I'll be able to recharge it. If I'm going to be away from a charger for more than 2 hours, I have to either take an extra battery with me, or rely on one of my dual battery mods.
Hope this helps!