The X-Feng is the present day model in the Snowwolf Feng series. It’s a dual-18650 device from longtime mod manufacturer Sigelei. It is quite simple in design and same as some recent mods like the OBS Bat. It is in a rectangle shape with its backplate magnetic door. The X-Feng seems like a very solid mod; it has some weight to it. Its large color display, much like the V-Feng (review here), however, they’ve discarded the LED’s this time around.
Kit content & Specifications
|Mod||Wattage range: 10-230 W|
|Tank||Temperature adjustment range: 100-300 C / 200-570 F|
|User guide||Battery voltage range: 6.4-8.4 V|
|Micro USB cord||Size: 49 x 30 x 89 mm|
|Resistance range: 0.05-3.0 ohm|
|Output voltage range: 1.0-7.5 V|
|Output modes: power/SS/Ti1/Ni200/TCR|
|Dual 18650 batteries (not included)|
In spite of the fact that it’s only a fundamental box, the X-Feng is exceptionally agreeable to hold. The front and back plates resemble the “X” outline for the name, which is a decent touch. The backplate includes the SnowWolf logo and pictures of all the zodiac signs. (I don’t know how those signs fit the topic, but rather they look cool.) Battery venting is situated on the sides. The shading screen is a similar one from the V-Feng, which is vast and brilliant. It has different GUI choices simply like the V-Feng, however, with an extra rearranged one. The menu and format are like all the more up to date Sigelei mods I’ve audited as of late, similar to the V-Feng and Top 1 — so it was really simple to get and utilize. It likewise has a decent assortment of modes like TC for Ni200, SS (304, 316 and 317), and Ti; TCR mode; and a flexible preheat work.
I observed this to be a precisely performing mod. It normally fires only a couple of watts lower than it should, however once in a while somewhat higher. It hit somewhat feebly at 0.11 ohms, which is truly normal, however, fared somewhat better at 0.14 ohms or higher. It didn’t perform very and additionally the Sigelei Top 1, yet it wasn’t far-removed either.
Sigelei records the SnowWolf X-Feng as a 230-watt mod with the greatest voltage yield of 7.5 V. They don’t list a maximum amperage yield. In my test outcomes, the wattage yield fell somewhat short, maximizing at 198 W. Certainly not a Fuchai 213 circumstance where the organization immeasurably exaggerated the abilities of the mod), yet at the same time, a little misrepresented. 200 watts isn’t terrible for a double battery mod, so the execution is alright. I would have liked to see it recorded as a 200-watt mod, which would be more exact. It’s likewise conceivable that with a 0.17-ohm curl, I could have gotten somewhat higher, however not the full 230 watts as guaranteed.
The most extreme voltage yield I tried was 6.73 volts with a 0.48-ohm loop. That is somewhat low for double battery mods that don’t have support circuits, which normally fall just marginally shy of 7.5 volts. It’s conceivable that the X-Feng could achieve more like 7.5 volts with a higher protection curl. At any rate, they didn’t guarantee the 8.4 volts that numerous different mods without a lift circuit do.
I gauged 38 amps which are a little beneath the 40-amp normal for a double battery mod. The X-Feng is recorded at 38 amps and is right in accordance with the Top 1 mod that they discharged as of late. It performed near the V-Feng which I had maximized at 192 watts, 38 amps, and 6.94 volts. I wouldn’t be amazed if it’s a similar chip with refreshed firmware and the LED choices expelled. In general, I observe this to be a strong however not fantastic entertainer that is somewhat exaggerated regarding specs.
Pros & Cons
|Power execution is useful for general clients||Can’t deal with 30 mm atomizers without overhang|
|Preheat choices||Temperature control execution is terrible|
|Easy-to-utilize menu framework||Lack of shading alternatives|
|Good fabricate quality||Specs are slightly exaggerated|
|Centered 510 stick|
|Bright shading screen|
|Basic yet favor outline|
|Individual battery voltage readings|
|No catch shake|
|No play in battery entryway|
The Sigelei X-Feng is a strong mod in control mode that is equipped with 200 watts. It’s basically a V-Feng in another body, yet without LED’s. In the event that you couldn’t care less about temperature control, it’s a strong entertainer as a power mode-just gadget. Offer your considerations about the Sigelei SnowWolf X-Feng in the remarks beneath.