Up until 2017, I never really enjoyed three-battery mods. Perhaps it’s my need to pair batteries, or an overall lack of need, but I’ve always found them to be superfluous. Then, the Wismec RX Gen3 came along, which won me over with its compact power and superior performance. But nearly a year later, nothing has wowed me the same way. Until this week, when I received the Modefined Prism 250W mod from our good friend’s at Element Vape.
I’ve only had the Prism a few days, but at the risk of being redundant – wow.
At first glance, the Modefined Prism mod is a standard three-battery format device. The hexagonal shape and wide profile will seem familiar to anyone who has operated a similar mod before, but that’s where the likenesses end.
First off, the Prism’s frame is made from a well-machined, streamlined zinc alloy frame, alongside real carbon fiber and a nicely textured battery door section for maximum grip. Leather options are also available, but I love the way the Prism feels in either hand.
In turn, the Prism mod’s construction seems downright bomb-proof. From the screw-mounted 510 connection, to the rattle-free alloy buttons and solid frame, there are few elements of the Prism that seem fragile or easily marred.
Diving deeper, the Prism mod houses three 18650 batteries in series, which can power atomizers up to a massive 250 watts. How the Prism handles such high power using just three cells remains to be seen, but our limited use thus far has shown nothing but pristine vape quality.
The chipset isn’t a “name” entity like a DNA or VO board, but it offers a feature-filled, intuitive experience that most vapers should be able to navigate without concern. The Prism can handle temperature control vaping for Ni200, Titanium and SS316 coils, with resistances down to 0.05 ohms. We have yet to put the Prism through its paces in TC mode, but the menu system was highly navigable and easy to use.
One nice addition was the “enter” button located below and between the up/down navigation controls. This is a feature that is starting to pop up more on devices, reducing the need for awkward “long-press/short-press” fire key controls. I’ve been begging for this for ages, and am thrilled to see how well it’s implemented on the Prism.
Plus, in our limited time, the metal buttons proved to be firm, clicky and highly responsive. Let’s hope they stay this way after a week or so of deep testing.
How does the Modefined Prism vape so far? Really, really well. Using a handful of standard tanks and RDAs, we enjoyed consistent power throughout, with strong battery life and a surprisingly comfortable feel, even with its large form factor.
Perhaps most impressive is the price point, which is currently sitting just under a mere $50 online. Though we certainly have a lot of things to review before making a judgment about value, our limited vape time hints at the Modefined Prism delivering a tremendous offering that far exceeds what the price might suggest.
Keep an eye out for our complete Modefined Prism mod review in the next few weeks.
Modefined Prism 250W TC Box Mod specs:
- Triple 18650 High-Amp Battery – Not Included
- Wattage Output Range: 7-250W
- Minimum Atomizer Resistance: 0.05ohm
- Temperature Range: 200-600F
- Versatile Temperature Control Module
- Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
- Superior Die-Cast Zinc Alloy Construction
- Carbon Fiber Control Face
- Genuine Leather or Polished Carbon Fiber Battery Cover
- OLED Display
- Oversized Firing Mechanism
- Four Button Operations
- Micro-USB Port
- Spring-Loaded Stainless Steel 510 Connection
Modefined Prism 250W TC Box Mod contents:
- 1x Prism 250W TC Box Mod
- 1x Micro-USB Cable
- Instruction Manual