The Nikola Medea Mod – Reviewed

Massive thanks to the folks over at Urvapin.com for sending out the Nikola Medea for me to try. The Medea has been out for a while now, and it’s a mod that I have drooled over everytime I’ve seen it posted on the forum, so I was eager to get my mitts on this and try it out!

Nikola Medea Specs

Dimension: 88×57.2x30mm
Material: Zinc alloy
Battery: Dual 18650 battery(not included)
510 thread
Output Wattage: 7-218W
Output Voltage: 1-7.5V
Output Mode: KA,TC(NI,TI,SS316,TCR)
Max Output Current: 50A
USB Charging Voltage and Current: 5V/1.5A
Taste Mode: Norm/Soft/Hard/User
Memory Mode: M1/M2/M3
Resistance Range: TC Mode:0.05-1.0ohm
KA Mode: 0.1-3ohm
Temp Range: 100℃-300℃,200℉-600℉
Net Weight: 245g
Color: SS, Gun Metal, Rainbow, Blue

In The Box:

1x Medea Mod
1x USB Cable

Initial Thoughts

The Medea came nicely packaged in a strong box, but let’s face it, most mods are in decent packaging these days. Opening the packaging and I was actually quite shocked, the Meadea was much bigger than I had expected!  :oooo: Yes its a dual 18650 mod, but it could be smaller! Maybe its the pattern that is around the outside, the contours, which are very nice I might add, but if it was a flat finish I believe it could knock a centimetre off the size.

 

Anyhow, Its a brushed steel body and then it looks painted/laquered over the top and it really is a lovely finish. I got the blue one, it’s a stunning colour it really does suit the design. The blue almost looks like silk as the light reflects off the contours  :heart: There is no Medea logo, only the brand name Nikola on the battery door. Continue reading “The Nikola Medea Mod – Reviewed”

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