Table of Contents
Last Updated on October 30, 2017 by Team Spinfuel
Resin… resin everywhere! It’s raining classy mods all over the Spinfuel VAPE offices, and we couldn’t be happier. The latest entry is a sharp-looking kit which contains the FreeMax Conqueror 80W mod, alongside the kit’s namesake FireLord Sub-Ohm Tank. Together, these two devices make up the new FreeMax FireLord 80W TC Starter Kit.
Our first impressions are coming from promo photos alone, but from what we can gather, this kit is going to give us a lot to discuss.
Our primary discussion topic: Why didn’t they name this kit after the mod, not the tank? I predict a lot of confusion when it comes to purchasing this setup.
Our secondary discussion topic: Is it really the best idea to name any vape device or accessory after fire? As a community, we’re JUST getting over the negative press and BS headlines that plagued this practice for years. Why invite the problem back into our lives?
That said, the 80-watt Conqueror seems to be a slim, palm-friendly, single-18650 device, with a solid zinc alloy framework, completed by randomly patterned resin panel inserts. As we’ve come to expect from resin mods, each design is unique, immediately creating a collector-worthy item.
The control scheme seems simple and to-the-point. Two button adjustment, stainless steel firing key, USB charging port, and a clear 0.96-inch OLED screen – that’s all you need, according to FreeMax. The star of the show here is the resin finish and simple operation, and there’s no light shows or needless complications to get in the way.
Digging deeper, the Conqueror has a proprietary chipset on board, offering users a range of 5-80 watts, alongside a complete temperature control suite up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, and no extra nonsense. If you’re looking for endless customization, PC software, power boosts and the like, you might want to look elsewhere.
But, if a straightforward, highly portable setup is on the menu, the FreeMax Conqueror is worth investigating further.
Also included in the box is the 22mm, top-fill Firelord sub-ohm tank, which comes with one prebuilt 0.25-ohm kanthal coil, but also – to my delight – a full RBA section for single-coil builds. Hell, they even threw in a pair of coils to get novice builders started.
FreeMax included an RBA with its awesome but oddball Fireluke tank, and it remains in my rotation to this day. Our hopes are high the Firelord follows suit in a very big way.
Come to think of it, we have high hopes for this entire kit. As soon as it arrives on our desk, we’ll see if the Freemax Firelord Kit is worthy of the attention the web is giving it, and report back within the next couple of weeks.
FreeMax Conqueror 80W TC Box Mod specs:
- Optional Dual 18650 High-Amp Battery w/ Sleeve Adapter
- Wattage Output Range: 5-80W
- Minimum Atomizer Resistance: 0.05ohm
- Temperature Range: 200-600F
- Versatile Temperature Control Module
- Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
- Durable Zinc Alloy Frame
- Resin Structural Inlay
- Intuitive 0.9″ OLED Display
- Two Adjustment Buttons
- Bottom-Loaded Latch Battery Door
- MicroUSB Port
- 510 Connection
FreeMax FireLord Sub-Ohm Tank specs:
- 22mm Diameter
- 2mL Maximum Juice Capacity
- Colorful Resin Construction – Resin Colorways
- FireLord FL Coil System
- 0.25ohm FLK Coil – rated for 20-60W
- FireLord RBA Section – Two-Post, Single Terminal Build Deck
- Convenient Threaded Top-Fill Design
- Dual Bottom Airflow Control – 15mm by 2mm Airslots
- 10mm Widebore Drip Tip
- Gold-Plated 510 Connection
FreeMax Firelord Kit contents:
- 1 Conqueror 80W Box Mod
- 1 FireLord Sub-Ohm Tank
- 1 0.25ohm FLK Coil head
- 1 Cotton Pad
- 1 Replacement Glass
- 2 Prebuilt Coils
- 1 MicroUSB Cable
- Spare Parts & O-Rings
- Instructional Manual