Celt Mechanical Mod£/$70110
- Great Prices
- Lots of options
- Easy fire switch
- Plenty of adjustment For Batteries and for Atomisers
- Fast delivery
- Deep Engraving/Milling
- Both top and bottom cap engraved
- Smooth threads
- Great finish on the tubes
- We really could not find anthing to say so this was all we could muster, When using an Efest button top and an atty with a long 510 there was not enough adjustement 🙂
The Celt mechanical mod is a new device from Vape Tornado. It is designed in the UK and made in Bulgaria, not a place that immediately springs to mind when you think of quality machining but these might just challenge people’s preconceptions.
Available in copper or stainless steel, each set comprises three full size battery tubes (18650, 18490/500 and 18350) a top cap and switch all of which are heavily engraved.
Unusually each tube has a different design engraved on it, which means that not only can you change the size of your mod but also its look.
The copper used has a small amount of brass in the mix which creates a harder alloy with all the conductivity and looks that you would expect from copper, but with added durability. The steel mod is made from 304 food grade material.
Both mods come in a pleasant lightly brushed finish with the heavy engraving helping to accentuate the thickness of the metals used.[metaslider id=125]
The top cap is a solid piece of metal engraved in a celtic style on its face and drilled and threaded for 510 connection atomizers, there is the familiar telescoping positive pin arrangement mounted in this which enables you to first make contact with your atty and then wind out the telescoping pin to make contact with your battery.
By far the heaviest component of the switch is the locking ring which is thick disc of metal reverse threaded and carrying a satisfying inertia when spun to lock. The switch has a light spring which has the right balance between ease of use and not allowing your mod to auto fire when stood unlocked on it’s base. Though slightly graunchy when pushed on the edge of the engraved plate, the switch will operate wherever you push it which is always a bonus.
All in all these are well made items with an interesting look and a reassuring weight, the only issue I have with them is that 18650 nipple top Efest batteries whilst still working are a little too long to allow everything to screw together nicely, anything else I’ve used though has fit just fine.
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