The Storm Box 150W is a sweet looking device that you could almost call an “authentic clone” as it is pretty close to the HexOhm and even has the same logo. What the HexOhm doesn’t have that the Storm Box does is the screen which displays your voltage output. This one is a little odd as it adjusts in watts via the little dial under the screen but the output on the screen is shown only in volts, no watts. The side mounted button is nice and beefy and it houses two 18650 batteries that sit behind a magnetic back cover. It has plenty of vent holes on the bottom, 18 to be exact, and it will fire down to 0.15ohms.
- Variable voltage (spin dial): 3.58-5.97V
- Minimum atomizer resistance: 0.15ohm
- Power: 150W
- Recessed 510 threading connection
- Spring-loaded brass center battery contacts
- Aluminum body
- Side mounted firing button
- Houses dual 18650 batteries (batteries sold separately)
- Magnet back cover
- 18 air holes on the bottom
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Isn’t the dial showing percentage of output power? It would be odd to use a dial with 100 watts max when the device is advertised as a 150watt device?
You may be right.
It won’t fire down to 0.15 unless you want to blow yourself up. It’s series unregulated. I wouldn’t build below 0.3 on this or you will be above the amp draw on your batteries. Stay safe! 🙂