Acrohm Fush Semi Mech Mod

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  • Regular price £59.99

The Acrohm Fush is a semi-regulated mechanical mod, recommended for expert users only, it combines the stylings and raw power output of a classic mechanical device, with a built-in chipset to increase safety when used. Powered by a 18650 vape battery (sold separately) it is capable of a 40A bypass current and can be paired with a range of rebuildable atomisers.

The Fush features one mode - Mechanical Bypass, again, much like classic unregulated devices, power in watts is dictated by the amp output of your battery, it’s voltage and the resistance of your coil. We recommend that users have an extensive understanding of Ohm’s Law, battery safety and rebuildable atomisers before using this device.

The benefit of a mod like this is that has a very fast ramp-up time and offers enhanced cloud and flavour production. Unlike unregulated devices, the Fush has an inbuilt chipset which provides a number of safety features, including Overload Protection, Short Circuit Protection, Overheating Protection, Low Voltage Protection, Reverse Protection, and Overtime Protection in the form of an 8-second cut off.

Fitted with a hybrid 510 connection it is designed explicitly for use with RDAs, RTAs and RDTAs that feature a protruding 510 connection only. The benefit of a hybrid cap is that the firing pin of your RDA comes into direct contact with your battery for a faster ramp up and a harder hit overall.

A built-in LED lights up when the device is fired, you have the option of changing the colours shown, for a unique aesthetic. Rather than menu systems or a user interface, this can be achieved by clicking the firing button on the base of the mod. This button can also be used to lock and unlock the device by clicking it five times.

1 x Acrohm Fush Mod
1 x User Manual
1 x Warranty Card

Requires single 18650 vape battery
40A Bypass current
0.07 - 2.5 Ohm accepted resistance range
Hybrid 510 connection
For expert users only
Built-in LED
Built-in safety chipset
Multiple protections