The Battlestar Nano by Smoant Previewed
Well here we have another of the Battlestar range – the Smoant Battlestar Nano.
I recently previewed the Battlestar Mini which is a single 18650 battery version and can output up to 80W.
The Battlestar Nano is at present far more low key than the other models. No mention at all on Smoant website or social media – but widely showing up in online retailers as Pre-order.
So what is the Nano version all about?
Well the Nano appears to be similar to the Mini – with 80W output and uses a single 18650 battery which is not included.
However the Nano is the hardcore version! This works as a mechanical mod – so the full battery power is provided to the tank – it is not regulated and will not compensate for power dropping.
There is no screen or adjustments – simply a fire button on the front and an LED indicator.
The good bit is that this also has some electrical protections – so not a true mechanical mod. You have Reverse Polarity, Over current, Over time, Over charge, low voltage and overheat protections.
If you buy the kit version you will get the Battlestar Nano RDA. With it’s nice Robot face!
The build deck is a dual post design and has a deep juice well. The posts seem to be well spaced to give you more build options.
You can choose from any colour as long as it is Black or Yellow!
- Smoant Battlestar Nano Mod
- Battlestar RDA (in kit version)
- USB charge cable
- User Manual
- Tools (in kit version)
Smoant Battlestar Nano Mod Specs
- Size: 37mmx24mmx81mm
- Output Wattage: 1-80w
- Mode: Full-battery output
- Resistance Range: 0.1-5.0ohm
- Single 18650 battery
- Charge: 5V/1.0A
- Max output current: 40A
- Max output voltage: 4.2V
- Single 18650 MOD with full power output
- Big fire button and USB charging
Battlestar RDA Specs
- Capacity: 2.8ml
- Top fill
- Bottom adjustable airflow
- Size: 22x 24mm
- Material: 304 SS and resin
- Thread: 510
- Gold-plated dual post build deck for easy building
This is a cracking price and that includes the RDA!
This is not really for beginners, despite it being a low power mod – so don’t let that deceive you – beginners should go for the Mini version.
I do like the look of this and with it not being a full mech mod it is a bit safer.
Will you be wanting one of the Battlestar Collection? Let me know if it is on your shopping list!