So, what’s the verdict? Is it worth it?
No reservations whatsoever: it's a must-have. I'm not fond of the high wattage chase by manufacturers. We just don't need devices with this kind of wattage capacity. In temperature control mode, it's nearly impossible to exceed 80 watts. In power mode, getting over 100 watts is only for the best of the best coil builders. You need some serious coil designs to handle high wattage. High wattage is aimed at a narrow slice of the market. For the rest of vapers, we are fortunate that these are adjustable to more reasonable wattage settings. Despite having an available 213 watts of power at hand, I'm still using this at between 35 and 45 watts. Yet, this is one attractive device, backed by a solid company that makes efficient and accurate devices. It's worth having.
And one final note: If you are considering this and comparing it to the Sigelei touch screen, go with the Sigelei 213. The Sigelei touch screen also has a micro USB charge port and you'll be using that quite a bit. The Sigelei touch screen is one of those anomalies from Sigelei ... you'll need to charge that quite a few times while you vape on the Sigelei 213 from just one charge.
What’s in the box?
- Sigelei 213
- User instructions
- Security check card
- Warranty card
- Micro USB cable (charge and firmware upgrades)