Crebox 75W TC Box Mod
If you always wanted to use your mod inside the back yard swimming pool now it's your chances because we've just stumbled upon a mod that works under water. Well, you can't also submerge the tank as there's no more air to go through the coils, but the mod itself you can easily do whatever you want with it as it's shock proof, dust proof and water proof.
It's called the Crebox 75W TC box mod and it's one of the weirdest looking devices we've seen in quite some time. It comes in a variety of bright colors and it has unique button layout that's going to take some time to get used to but it works great and it's very affordable.
The Crebox 75W TC comes packed in a cardboard box and inside you will find only the device fitted with a silicone cover, a micro-USB charging cable and the user's manual. The first thing you'll notice is the relative light weight of this mod as well as the rubberized finish. It has plenty of grip to it and it's quite fun to hold and to use.
It comes with a rather recessed 510 connector on the top, the firing button, display and adjustment buttons on the face of the box mod and the micro-USB slot on the base. It weighs little over 100g and it measures around 95x45x24mm with the silicone cover sealing the micro-USB port and buttons and making them waterproof.
The body is made from hard ABS plastic and the device is powered by an internal LiPo battery rated at 2400mAh. This should be enough for at least 5-6h of sub ohm vaping but with a high resistance tank it can even go the whole day. It has three different operating modes (variable wattage, temperature control and bypass) and it can fire with resistances between 0.1 – 3.0 Ohms. In variable wattage mode it can go from 5W - 75W and in temperature control mode from 200°F - 600°F (also works in Celsius).
The weird thing about the Crebox 75W TC is the layout of the buttons, which are placed on the face of the mod rather than on the side. However they are big and easily accessible and the display is pretty bright and shows detailed information about the current wattage, resistance, battery life, output voltage and remaining battery.
We haven't actually submerged the The Crebox 75W TC in a tank of water to test its abilities, but we did put it under a constant flow of water from the tap and it didn't show any issues. The silicone casing does a great job at protecting the sensitive parts and the overall experience is more than enjoyable.
Because of the rubberized finish and the bright colors it's something that looks very nice with a fancy RDA on top of it and in bypass mode it behaves exactly like a mech mode but with all the included safety features of a regulated device (low voltage, low resistance and short circuit).