Published on December 31st, 2015 | by AJ0
Tesla Two 100w Mod Review | Vape Mod
The Tesla Two is designed as the perfect pocket-size unregulated box mod, packing two full sized 18650 batteries into its tiny frame. Unlike variable wattage mods that require the power be set to a certain level before use, the Tesla Two employs a fixed power system that makes operation easier that ever before: just click the firing button 5 times to activate then press the button again to vape, no adjustments necessary. Advanced vapers have been clamoring for a more fully featured version of an unregulated mod for some time now, and in this Tesla Two review we discover just how close to the mark these up and coming vapemakers got.
Tesla Two 100w Specs
- Aluminum Construction
- Spring-Loaded Silver-Plated Copper 510 Contact Point
- Dimensions: 76mm (H) x 47mm (W) x 22mm (D)
- Capacity: 4000mAh Internal battery
- Max Output Power: 100W
- Max Output Voltage: 4.2V
- Max Output Current: 40A
- Short Circuit Protection
- Over-current Protection
- Over-voltage Protection
- Recommended Resistance Range: 0.1Ω – 3.5Ω
- LED Battery Indicator: 3.2V – 3.65V > Red | 3.65V – 4.2V > Blue
What’s New- Tesla Two 100w Mod
The Tesla Two is one of the smallest two-battery mods on the market, measuring under 3 inches in length. This gives this tiny powerhouse a battery capacity of 4400mAh, so it goes everywhere you do for a day or two on a single charge.
The maximum voltage output of the Tesla Two is 4.2V on a fully charged battery, and the unit includes a voltage indicator for status updates at a glance. The LED battery indicator will glow blue for an output between 3.65V and its maximum and show a red warning light for lower voltages.
As for performance, the Tesla Two packs a surprisingly potent punch, delivering puff after puff of thick, milky vapor. Both dripping setups and tanks showed off great clouds and flavor, with the vapor stayed at a nice, tolerable temperature the whole time. The battery of the Tesla Two might be our favorite feature, pumping out full power pulls for the better part of 3 days before it needs to be reacquainted with its included USB charger.
Build quality on the Tesla Two 100w is more than adequate, with the device possessing an overall solid feel. Its streamlined design should help it hold up well to the abuses of everyday life, and although the Tesla is one of the smallest devices we’ve tested, it still manages to retain a satisfying weight.
The Tesla Two 100w has a standard 510 connection, and although you can usually just throw an eGo adaptor on top and use pretty much any tank, we hear that’s not the case with this particular unit. Word on the ‘net is that installing a 510 to eGo adaptor on the Tesla Two could cause it to short out, frying its internals and giving you a shiny new anodized paperweight. We didn’t try this during testing since we only had one and we liked it, so we can’t definitively say whether it’ll happen to you or not, we’ll just end this segment by asking if you really want to find out the hard way.
Best Clearomizer for Tesla Two 100w
If you’re looking for big flavor with your Tesla Two, the Arctic Tank might be what you need. Its 4 adjustable airflow valves allow extensive customization of vapor density and temperature, and its innovative cooling system dissipates heat even at higher wattage settings. We took a look at the Arctic Tank here on BC, and we keep it around for your edification and reading pleasure.
The Aspire Nautilus may have been around for a while, but that just means it’s still great today. Durable pyrex and steel construction, adjustable airflow and an over-sized capacity make this tank into one of the classics on the market. Our review of the Aspire Nautilus also holds up fairly well, so head on over and check it out.
The Innokin Disruptor is the vapesmiths’ next generation box mod, introducing an all new power source called the InnoCell. The InnoCell is designed to provide longer operational life and higher stability than traditional batteries, and it comes in an array of fashion colors for vapers to mix and match. We spotlighted the Innokin Disruptor in a full review here on BC, so if you’re curious and have a few spare minutes, head on over.
Eleaf iStick 50w
The iStick line has remained a favorite in the vaping community for continually turning out high quality basic models, and so the 50w is a frequent sight in places vapers frequent. The iStick 50w features variable voltage and wattage and its USB charger mirrors the convenience of the Tesla Two. We put the iStick 50w to the test in a full BC review, so if you’re curious how the device fared, give it a read.
One of the main selling points of the Tesla Two is the ability to enjoy the power of a mech-style unregulated box mod with all the latest safety features. The Tesla is equipped with stability measures including short circuit protection and overcharge protection, ensuring that its ample power is under your capable control.
We Would Have Liked to See…
While the Tesla Two is a very solid device overall, we see where its appeal would be limited for some. The battery indicator is a pretty low-tech way for a mod to talk to its master, but it’ll get the job done. The anodized finish is nice enough, but we’ve seen nicer. We also wonder if it’s a bit too small for some people and pockets.
Tesla Two 100w Overview
All things considered, the Tesla Two 100w is an overall solid unit, delivering great performance with minimal flash in a small package. If you’re looking for the latest suite of features or a device to impress your friends with, you’re probably going to have to spend more than $40 or so, but for that price it’s hard to complain about ending up with a mod like the Tesla Two.