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A look at the iJoy Capo 100 mod

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Have you noticed batteries getting bigger and mods getting smaller? A perfect example of this is the IJoy Capo 100.

This small mod, which fits in the palm of your hand quite comfortably, is still packing quite a punch as it hides the new 21700 battery from IJoy. The Capo 100 can kick out up to 100 watts of power but won't die that quickly with the 3750mAh battery rated up to 40 Amps. Do not fear about all of your old batteries though as the IJoy Capo will also accept 20700 and 18650 batteries (with adapter).

The IJoy Capo fire button is huge with a solid and audible click. Two selector buttons sit proud on the screen face allowing you to scroll through the functions and adjust your settings. Also on the front screen sits the charging and upgrade port, very easy and accessible to use.

Nickel, Titanium and Stainless Steel temperature modes are included with the IJoy Capo 100. But you also get a unique custom mode for your wattage settings. Within the first 3 seconds of your vape you can adjust the wattage second for every half a second (adjustable wattage curve).

Battery charge, mode, wattage, resistance, amps and volts are all shown on a nice bright display that we don't think you will be disappointed with. We think the look of the IJoy Capo 100 is stunning, well built and extremely functional. It comes in a nice solid range of colours, black, gun metal, silver, rainbow and yellow.

As you can see from our pictures it matches a tank like the Innokin Crios beautifully, but can take any tank you like up to a diameter 24mm.

We at iVapour love this little mod and we think you will love it too! It's the perfect size to stick in someone's stocking this Christmas.

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The brand new Innokin Crios dropped this week and we are blown away with how well it performs and especially at the price point of just £17.95. The flavour is fantastic with awesome vapour production with the 0.65 ohm coil. We prefer running it about 50 watts and the clouds just keep coming.We are loving everything [...]

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