IJOY Captain PD270 (Dual 20700 Mod)

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  1. Chukin'Vape

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    Just found this online, looks like Ijoy is yet again looking at new battery technology - the device also has 18650 adapter. Of course im interested in a new mod - especially a mod that can support a 30mm atty with no overhang - but interested to hear your thoughts on this device.

    Product Introduction

    Captain PD270 TC BOX MOD is a latest 234W Mod designed by IJOY. Powered by dual 20700 batteries, there is no doubt that it will offer you a stable and long-lasting vaping performance. For 18650 battery users, this device can be operated by a single adapter for an interchange. It comes with a bright and clear screen to indicate main menu of the operation. This device can download firmware updates via the micro USB port on the bottom. Large battery capacity yet compact size, IJOY PD270 is the inevitable choice for every vapers!


    Parameters

    Max Wattage: 234W
    Resistance Range: 0.05-3.0ohm
    Temperature control: Ti/Ni/SS coils
    Battery Type: Dual 20700(included)
    Thread: 510 thread

    It comes with

    • 1 x IJOY CAPTAIN PD270 BOX MOD(234W)
    • 2 x IJOY 20700 Batteries
    • 1 x 18650 adapter
    • 1 x USB Cable
    • 1 x Manual
    • 1 x Warranty Card
    Simple packing. Customary packing from the factory, the packing is subject to change without notice.

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    Powered by dual 20700 batteries
    Compatible with most mainstream tanks
    Applicable with 18560 battery via adapter
    Firmware upgradeable
    NI/TI/SS temperature control
    TCR function

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    3 months for the IJOY Captain PD270 MOD.

    Check some of the twisted420 pictures from his review -

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    Hmmm

    will stick with 18650s untill LG/Samsung/Sony have 20700s readily available

    A step forward though!
     
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    It has a lil adapter for 18650's - so I guess you can run your own batteries, but I also see they sell this unit with the batteries included - So I guess this will be a pretty expensive mod... Kinda bizarre
     
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    Did I not read somewhere that a new safer battery technology is being developed which is based on a 20700 form factor? Or did I dream that...
     
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    I read somewhere that the 510 might have the same problem as the Predator 228 mod. I really hope this is not the case.

    Edit: Found the picture. The pic was removed so lets hope iJOY is going to fix the issue before release.
     

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    I do recall that some research was being done - however these 20700 have been used in mech mods (custom) for some time now, so its not really new to the market. I guess what we can expect is longer battery life - perhaps at a more stable heat vs amps discharge? Otherwise what would encourage us to move from 18650's?
     
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    The move will be that we have a good 30amp battery with 3000mah which was not possible with 18650's ?

    Mooch did tests with a few 20700 batteries and they all range from 30-40amp.

    Keen to see how these batteries are in real life usage.
     
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    For this application I think that a 21700 form factor would have been a better option for higher draw and larger capacities but the 21700 batts are on the pricey side. This is a frikken cool looking mod though, the rainbow one speaks to me :D

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    @Raindance, There is a new battery out therebut the tech isn't quite "mainstream" just yet. That is the 2070 (if I recall correctly), I think Tesla are using them in their cars.
     
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    Nice spot @Chukin'Vape they all seem to be going with these style mods now. Joyetech has one that looks so similar called the tap coming out. I like this style fire button and the ability to hold different size batteries. Very nice. And always awesome to be able to hold bigger atties
     
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    Looks like a suped up cuboid
     
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    Nice job on the review.it certainly looks great, I saw a quick look from Mike Vapes and he was excited about it.Just what I need is my 26650s becoming obsolete since I have many sets! LOL! I also heard Tesla is using this battery technology.
     
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    Exactly!!! I still have my cuboid in my rotation, flip this thing just keeps going! But this mod is defo a looker according to me. So does anyone know what 20700 batteries are out on the market?
     
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    It looks like Sanyo and iJoy will be the top choices for 20700, Samsung makes one too but it doesn't look competitively priced and it's hard to get
     
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    I think the only 20700 batteries available at the moment are the Sanyo and iJoy ones.
    The Samsung 30T is a 21700 battery, Mooch rated the 30T 3100mah 40A,don't know if they have a 20700,
     
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    You are correct, Samsung's one is a 21700 ;)
     
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    https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/f...-great-performing-30a-3100mah-battery.784543/
    Bottom Line

    The Sanyo 20700A is the second newly available 20mm x 70mm cell I have tested. The first was the 20700B (Sanyo 20700B 4000mAh 20700 Bench Test Results...a peek at the future?), a great high capacity cell I rated at 16A 4000mAh. At 10A-15A it runs about 25% longer than the LG HG2.

    This 20700A is a true high performance cell that I am rating at a cool-running 30A 3100mAh. It performed well against the top 18650 cells for performance, vaping time, and safety (high amp rating). The 20700A...

    ...hits as hard as the Sony VTC5A at the start and easily holds its voltage up higher for considerably longer.

    ...runs about 20% longer than the VTC6 at 20A continuous down to 3.2V.

    ...runs 5°C cooler than the LG HB6 at 20A continuous and for about 230% longer. Yes, 230%.

    While this cell will only fit in a custom battery sled it did just fit in the Xtar and Efest chargers I tested it in. I cannot say if it will fit in any 18650 charger. Otherwise it's charged at 4.2V just like our 18650's. It's "standard" charging rate is 2.2A so 2A charging is no problem and won't decrease its overall life. I am giving the Sanyo 20700A a maximum vaping amps (MVA) rating of 45A.

    Here's the datasheet: https://www.imrbatteries.com/content/sanyo_ncr20700a.pdf
     
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    Got mine today - so far so good!!!

    Too early to compare battery life etc but it is a fantastic mod. Easy to use, LOVE the over-sized firing button, form factor, etc.

    Will let you know how it goes - but so far, no complaints!
     
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    I want one now so badly just watched a review of it and Im dying to get one. :dancer2:
     
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    watch this >
     
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    i have 2 love them
     
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    Dunno man after that vid i watch, the carbon fibre wrap and the flip bottom is a big of deal breaker. Check the Finger on the Screen when selecting different modes.
     
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    The button is probably the best feature. Think its quite a nice design. Wish they focused more attention on the firmware and the cheap wrap
     
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    both are 5 months old wraps are still perfect
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    Worried if you get any leakage, it might get behind the wrap and lift from the mod, guess it depends on the atty you have on there. Looks good tho!