The mod maker Andrew Haugen is creating custom box mods that will make anybody happy. All of this boxes are custom made-to-order. It’s like being a kid in a candy store when you find your way over to his website (www.cellblockmods.com) and look at all of the options that are available. Dual 18650 series or parallel, 26650, 50w, 120w, and DNA chips are just a taste of what you can create when ordering. You also have the choice of color that you would like your mod.
All of the mods are powder coated several times and clear coated to protect the quality paint that is on the mod. After two weeks of use (and dropping) there are no signs of wear and the paint seems to be holding up to chips and smearing.
The internals of this mod are amazingly clean and organized. The wiring is done with thick solid copper wiring (14 gauge) creating little to no voltage drop throughout the mod. the battery bays are hand made and not the cheap plastic bays with flimsy steel contacts that many DIY’er use to hold their batteries in place. Stainless/aluminum vandal tactile switches are used so you know that your mod will fire reliably for a long time. All of the solder points and connections between the switch and the 510 connector are all housed behind a plastic casing making for an even cleaner appearance inside of the mod. The 510 connector is an extremely high quality and every RDA and RBA that I have used sits flush with no wobble. The magnetic backplate is something that I also really enjoy having. The magnets used are very strong and make removing batteries a lot easier than if the standard hammond screws. I have attached the mod to the door of my car while going about 45mph and the mod stayed in place.
I have tested this mod down to 0.08ohms with no problem (although I do not recommend it for beginners and the non-experienced.) My batteries stayed cool to the touch and neither the box, button, or 510 heated up. This mod holds its own against some of my hardest hitting mechanical mods!
This is a fairly new company that has a lot of potential. I would of liked a volt meter in the mod but it isn’t really a big deal. My backplate also sits slightly ajar due to the plastic wiring cover that pushes the corners of the cover up just enough so that it doesn’t sit flush. Also, while the handmade copper negative contacts are a nice touch they do mar the negative side of the battery when they are removed and put back in to place (little dents, nothing that affects the performance or batteries integrity.) If you have a P.A.P.S v1 think of it as being the same amount of battery damage.
Even with the few negatives that I have experienced with my mod it in no way would discourage me from buying another. The price point in all of the options is 100% justifiable in my opinion. The build quality of the mod is miles above being “just another DIY hammond” and the performance is there to match.
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