Eleaf iStick Pico 75W TC Starter Kit Review
Eleaf is back again, this time they're introducing a starter kit that's actually much more than a starter kit. The iStick Pico 75W TC Box Mod includes both a box mod and an Eleaf sub-ohm atomizer. The supplied sub-ohm tank is the Melo 3 Sub-Ohm Tank, which can handle up to 75 watts of raw power, coincidentally also the limitation on output of the Pico 75W TC Box Mod.
The Pico 75W TC Box Mod is a star player among miniature box mods due to its versatility, which will offer plenty of room for new vapers to experiment. Looking for temperature control? The Pico can handle titanium, ni200, and stainless steel coils in temp control mode, as well as Kanthal and stainless in power mode. With a full spectrum of temperature settings ranging from 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit, you'll easily find the comfort zone of your favorite vape liquid.
The Pico tolerates builds as low as 0.05 ohm in temperature control mode. For your standard Kanthal coils, you can build as low as 0.15 ohms all the way up to 3 ohms. The Pico is one of the few mini mods that allow you to upgrade your firmware, meaning there is the potential for better performance via updates as well as the possibility of seeing the Pico box mod grow beyond its 75-watt limit.
The Melo 3 Sub-Ohm Tank provides a simple and sweet vape experience with its 2ml capacity and top fill capability. One of the cool things about the Melo 3 Sub-Ohm Tank is the versatility in coil options – for such a small package, you get a ton of options and a vape experience that would satisfy even the pickiest of vapers.