Sigelei Fuchai 213 Review

Sigelei Fuchai 213 Review

Having used this mod for around 2 weeks now, I can safely say that Sigelei know exactly what they are doing when it comes to mods.
The Fuchai 213 is basically a clone of the Sigelei 213 (both made by the same company mind), the Sigelei 213 having a carbon fiber
exterior. If you have a particular penchant for carbon fiber then you might consider the extra money well spent, otherwise the visual
appearance has no effect on the function and usability of the mod.

Simplicity was clearly taken into account when Sigelei designed this mod. The menu is easy to use and doesn’t have any unnecessary
features like bluetooth or screen brightness (looking at you, SMOK). You simply set your desired wattage, or in the case of TC,
your desired wire & temperature (all of which have the option for Fahrenheit or Celscius) and you’re good to go.

In addition to Watts, the screen displays current and voltage draw from the batteries, atomiser resistance, as well as the individual
voltage of each battery. The battery voltage indicatiors also show voltage as you’re firing, or battery sag, which also changes the
total charge indicator (shown as a meter with total charge displayed as a percentage just above).

This is about all you need to know, especially if you’re building your own coils on an RDA or RDTA. Resistance changes immediately as you change atomiser, a standard
feature across a lot of modern box mods at this point, but still nice to see. Of course the readouts on your screen are only indicative
of what’s hitting your atomizer and not what’s hitting the batteries, so be careful if you’re building super sub-ohm on your deck, because
you might end up making a mistake and building above the max amp limit of what your battery is rated at.

I’ve been using this mod with a Limitless Combo RDTA built with Claptons at 0.3 ohms and it works beautifully. The 510 connector has a raised
plate so as to avoid scratching the top of the mod, something I’ve suffered with on other mod designs. The brushed metal exterior combined with
the oblong like form factor are aesthetically pleasing, being easy to carry around when you’re out and about.

The Sigelei Fuchai 213 is a well-built, polished mod, including only the most important features you’d need for both building and using standard sub-tanks.
The screen is easy to read and has a reasonable timeout, and battery life are noticeably better than even some three battery mods i’ve used (the Wismec RX200,
for example). It has a discreteness which lends itself to those who may not want to show off their vaping habit in public, and all in all,
I’d say it’s one of the best mods you can buy on the market today.

Thanks for reading,
Audacious Vapes