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asMODus is proud to announce the rebirth of the Minikin with the vastly improved Minikin V1.5! The Minikin 1.5 features a new wattage cap of 150 watts (boosted from the previous 120 watts) as well as structural and functional improvements. The Minikin V1.5 can handle a multitude of wire types; more than you probably even thought were available!
The Minikin V1.5 has structural improvements that create a firmer, higher quality body that has a heavy duty feel as well as providing extra solidity and stability to the mod. The Minikin V1.5 still has the full bodied removeable battery door, which has truly has become quite the crowd favorite, but coupled with the Minikin V1.5's upgraded structure, fits tight as a glove yet retains its ability to swap out batteries with ease. A mini USB port has been added to grant the capability to charge if preferred by the user.
The Minikin 1.5 also features increases in its functionality with its updated screen that displays the individual charge of each battery that is being used by the mod. This update shows the user if a battery is being used more than another. This can happen if batteries have not been married (purchased together and used together solely) but this new technology, you can quickly remedy the situation. The V1.5 also features newly implemented TCR and TFR options to further enhance its performance. With TCR (Temperature Coefficient of Resistance) you are able to manually adjust the resistance that is read with your particular coil or build so you will always hit your sweet spot. With TFR (Temperature Factor of Resistivity) mode the Minikin V1.5 permits the user to use hybrid builds that have a mix of wire types.
The Minikin v1.5 still retains all the same hyper power saving capabilities as its predecessor which make your two battery mod feel as if it contained three batteries with the same, great adorable size. Batteries of at least 30 amps are required to make these power saving and power boosting functions work at their full potential.