The Sigelei 30W is a high-end, high quality product with plenty of robust and attractive features, both inside and out. Plus, it’s made by one of the most reputable and innovative brands in the world of e-cig smoking. Yet, there are certain features that come with the Sigelei 30W that make it a little difficult to get used to.
So what are the pros and cons of such a great product anyway? Continue reading to check out a review of its features. Hopefully the information below will help you decide whether or not it is worth splurging on this item.
Key Features and Specifications
- SX300 chip
- Variable wattage ranging from 7 watts to 30 watts in 0.1 increments
- 510 eGo threaded
- OLED screen
- Gravity Sensor System
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First off, the Sigelei 30W is a variable wattage device. It uses the SX300 chip and it can be adjusted from 7 watts to 30 watts in tiny 0.1 increments, making it really accurate and making it easier than ever to find that perfect sweet spot for your individual vaping preferences. In addition to all of that, this device can also be used with atomiser resistance ranging from 0.5 to 5 ohms. The output voltage ranges from 3v to 8.5v.
In terms of exterior appearance, the Sigelei 30W definitely doesn’t disappoint. It features a stainless steel body with a matte finish, along with a bright and clear OLED display that’s really clear to read (though it is a little difficult to read if you take it outside with you and you are in an area with bright sunlight). The removable drip well is great, too, because it makes the device compatible with virtually any atomiser that you would like to use. Plus, it makes it easy to keep clean.
Other features include a battery charge indicator, eGo and 510 threading, an adjustable centre pin, a removable beauty ring, 5-click on/off, an ohm meter, and plenty of safety features, such as low voltage warning, reverse polarity protection, short circuit protection, and an 8-10 second cut-off.
Bear in mind that this product isn’t compatible with protected batteries and it should only be used with one IMR 18650 battery. It is worth noting, too, that this device is designed for intermediate to advanced vapers. Individuals who are already very familiar with altering wattage settings will do best with this product. It’s definitely not the best choice for beginners.back to menu ↑
Giving It a Test Run
One of the most common complaints made by those who have used the Sigelei 30W is the fact that, thanks to the gravity sensor, it’s difficult to make adjustments and move through the menu. Sure, the 5-click off/on button is a nice, quick feature. But beyond that, you have to actually tilt the body of the Sigelei 30W in order to get through menu options and settings. And the process becomes even more confusing when you are using this device with other devices. It took some users weeks to figure out how to move just right in order to quickly do what they needed to do within the settings.
One neat thing about the Sigelei 30W is the fact that you can do some sub-ohm vaping if you want, thanks to the 30w of power. One user was able to do so and was able to get incredible vape from the device. Sub-ohm vaping, when done correctly, can give you the top quality results that you get from your favourite mech mod, but with the benefit of a variety of safety features.
The longer you have this product, the more you’ll be able to experiment with it by using a variety of different glassomisers and tanks. You’ll find that it’s an incredibly versatile device and that you will never have to deal with dry hits, a burnt flavour, or lack of clouds.back to menu ↑
But in addition to looking and feeling great, the device is also a safe one, so you can rest assured that while you are enjoying its performance features, you are also being protected from myriad potential accidents. So go ahead and use the glassomiser or tank of your choice.
Though professional vapers will definitely know how to make the most of this device right out of the box, it is also great for mainstream vapers who are in search of a high-performance, attractive device, as long as they have the budget for it and do not mind learning the gravity sensor system to make adjustments.
Overall, the Sigelei 30W is definitely a product that is well designed and well built. Its chip is stable and the device has plenty of power to spare, including for sub-ohm vaping and those who would like to give it a try to change things up.