steamcrave hadron 220 mod preview

The Hadron 220 Mod By Steam Crave Previewed

The Steam Crave Hadron 220 mod is a new release from a company who like to create some heavy duty stuff such as the Titan RDTA! hadron 220 banner

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The Hadron is a bit smaller than their previous Titan mod which used 4 batteries!

However this is still not a delicate little mod and is suitable for atomisers up to 35mm diameter.hadron poster with tank

Thankfully Steam Crave have decided to go for a dual 21700 battery set up, you also get adaptor sleeves in the kit if you want to use 18650 batteries too. Obviously the kit doesn’t include any actual batteries sadly.sc hadron 220 promo shot

The mod will output a maximum of 220W using a custom YiHi SX490 chipset. I assume as this has a YiHi chip you will get Variable Wattage plus Temperature Control user modes and some memory slots. The page on the Steam Crave website is a bit vague to put it politely!hadron screen display

Another clever feature is that apparently at a later date an additional compartment will be released to allow you to use this as a squonk mod. No details on that yet either sorry.hadron squonk back

There only appears to be a black version at present.
hadron 220 promo shot

Kit Includes

  • Steam Crave Hadron 220 Mod
  • 2×18650 battery sleeves
  • USB cable
  • User manual

Steam Crave Hadron 220 Mod Specs

  • Size: 99.2x38x48mm
  • Output: 220W max
  • User modes: VW, TC
  • Battery: 2x 21700 (or 2×18650 with included sleeves) (battery not included)
  • Ideal for atomisers 25-35mm diameter
  • YiHi SX480 chipset
  • Option squonk attachment
  • Resistance range: Not stated
  • Temperature range: Not stated
  • Display: Screen – Size not stated

hadron specsSo Steam Crave have knocked out another beast of a mod! Having a YiHi chipset and dual 21700 batteries will make this very popular I think if the price is good!

What are your thoughts on the Steam Crave Hadron 220 mod? Let me know in the comments below!

Michelle
My name is Michelle - I am 43 and an engineer and Technical Author by trade. I started vaping many years ago in the days of Tornado tanks, Ego batteries and Variable Voltage. My journey in vaping began again last year and have started to move up in the shiny shiny gadget department and love vaping! I have finally stopped smoking as of February 2018 and that is all thanks to vaping! I am a huge dog lover and volunteer for my local dog rescue.

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