Heatvape got ahold of me recently about a new mod they are about to release and wanted to have me test it out, give them some suggestions for improvement before it’s release, and do a first look video so you all could check out the Heatwave Defender.

After my suggestions, they’ve taken action and made every change in the Heatvape Defender I wanted for the final version. Once I receive that from them, I’ll do a giveaway and full review.

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The changes include a new Stainless Steel 510 connector / threads, eliminating the gap between an atomizer and the 510 connector, a fingerprint resistant coating on the finish, changed the max wattage from 25 to 36 watts, a more firm fire button, and the ability to fire down to .2 ohms.

That’s what I’m told 🙂 If that’s all the case, this will be one nice little mod! Final cost should be between $35 and $50 depending on where you buy it.

Additionally, the Heatvape Defender is a powerful mini box mod that is be powered up to 36 watts. This monster fits in your palm of your hand and is extremely ergonomic. Powered by a built in 2600 mAh 20A high drain battery with integrated micro-USB port for easy charging. The Heatvape Defender supports 0.3 ohm sub-ohm tanks perfectly. The device has an innovative two sided thread connector. One side is 510 threaded, the other is eGo threaded.

 

 

As always, these are my opinions only, and your mileage may vary. I’m simply sharing my experiences with these devices or juices to give you information to make your own decisions.

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Main Features:
Variable wattage from 5W to 36W
Variable voltage from 1V to 8V
Two sided 510/eGO thread
OLED screen shows power status and tank resistance
Ohm capability: 0.3 Ohm to 3 Ohm
Built-in 2600 mAh 20A battery
Micro USB rechargeable