Sigelei Fuchai Vcigo K2 Box Mod Kit Intro
We have seen a few releases this year from the Sigelei and Fuchai collaboration, and one thing that comes across from this partnership is they are not afraid to try something new and push the boundaries of design to further their positions in the vaping industry.
Their latest release, the Vcigo K2 Box Mod Kit is the epitome of this, with its game controller style design, it might not be for everyone, but I’m certainly glad they are trying something new.
But it’s not all about the looks, what else does it have to offer?
Colors: Blue, Red, Yellow, Black
Sigelei Fuchai Vcigo K2 Kit Specs and Features
- Size: 87 * 44 * 30 mm
- Main Material: Zinc alloy
- Display: 0.96” TFT color screen
- Wattage Range: 10 W-175 W
- Temperature Range: 100°C-300°C/200°F-570°F
- Max Output Current: 35 A
- Battery Support: 2 x 18650
- Modes: POWER/SS (304/316/317) /Ti1/Ni200/TCR
- Resistance Range: 0.05 Ω-3.00 Ω
- Coils Supported: Kanthal/SS(304/316/317)/Titanium/Ni200/TCR
- 1 x Vcigo K2 Mod
- 1 x RDA
- 2 x Coil
- 1 x Cotton
- 1 x Screw Driver
- 1 x USB Cable
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Warranty Card
Ready, set, go!
It’s evident following the evolution of vaping devices from particular brands that each has their own specific design style. The Sigelei/Fuchai partnership seem to keep to mods featuring side facing TFT color displays in a zinc alloy chassis.
However, these are the only signature design features that you will notice with the Vcigo K2 Kit; the rest seems to be a gaming inspired style choice. This could possibly be seen as an attempt to appeal to the younger crowd; one thing is for certain – they won’t blend into the monotony of plain box mods.
One of the most distinguishing features of the design is the use of two independent Pacman shaped firing buttons, in different places on the mod. One is located in the traditional firing button position, while the other is positioned alongside the menu adjustment buttons. I’m not entirely convinced they have considered the practicality of having dual firing buttons, especially with regards to portability and safety. However, if the game controller look is what they were going for, then dual firing buttons certainly does drive this look home.
Nonetheless, don’t be fooled into thinking this just a toy-like mod. It’s actually a powerful 175 Watt device, with the full range of functionality and features, and native support for all coil materials.
It comes matched with a custom-made, cube-shaped RDA, which has a dual post build deck and dual side air flow control. The atomizer helps to finish off the look of the kit and sits perfectly flush with the mod.
The bright crayon like appearance and game controller mod look will not be for everyone. But what we do know is Sigelei/Fuchai collaboration do produce good quality, reliable devices – and I’d expect nothing less from the Vcigo K2 kit.