Augvape V200 Box Mod: Designed Like Honda’s V-TEC Engine

Kevin Krilla | Vape Reporter

Augvape’s V200 box mod has a maximum wattage potential of 200 watts, which is powered by two 18650 batteries. There are three output modes and multiple protections that the V200 is equipped with. The body of the mod is built to resemble Honda’s V-TEC B18C engine. It has a hidden fire button on it’s face plate and an up/down function that mimic’s Honda’s oil filling cover. It truly looks like Augvape hit its mark because this vape mod really does look like the actual engine. It comes in 3 colors: red, white and black.

Included below is a video review of Augvape’s V200 mod, where the reviewer demonstrates its functions and gives his overall opinion on it. We learn that the V200 has a centered 510 connection that can fit tanks up to 30mm in diameter without overhang. The up/down function is a turn-dial that goes in 1 watt increments. He brings forth some pros and cons associated with the mod. He says, for his style of vaping there are not many cons… Pros include: Style and design, build quality, no button or battery rattle, vibrant menu screen, the up/down dial, fire button placement, efficient vape quality. Cons: No temp control option and larger tanks display a little gap. Overall, a positive review for the V200. He thinks Augvape did a nice job inside and out with it.

Augvape’s V200 box mod is on sale for $68.90

Kevin Krilla

Vape Reporter

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