It may look like a Klingon communicator, but this sci-fi styled RofVape NAGA 330W Box Mod can actually deliver a blistering 330 Watt vape in Variable Wattage or Bypass mode. For a smoother, more relaxed experience, simply click into one of the mod’s advanced temperature control modes. Running on 3 series-connected 18650 batteries (not included) the NAGA 330W mod is one of the most affordable high-power devices in its class.
Strategic placement of carbon fibre panels, ventilation grilles and a leather grip, give the NAGA 330W box mod an amazingly futuristic look. For a low-cost mod, build quality is also right on-point. Inspection of the leather-clad battery bay reveals space for three 18650 batteries – each with a pair of gold-plated, spring-loaded terminals. The NAGA mod also comes with a rugged USB cable for on-board battery charging.
A large OLED display screen with Fire and setting adjuster buttons takes prominent place on the front of the NAGA mod. After a five-click start-up sequence, you’ll find that the screen displays the expected vape parameters in a simple, traditional format. The mod’s sophisticated control chip also displays the battery power levels as three individual icons.
Menu navigation is quirky, but easy to get used to. It’s worth taking a little time to study the manual before experimenting with the NAGA mod’s vast range of sophisticated features. As well as offering a custom power curve setting, each of the Hard, Normal, and Soft vape settings can be individually adjusted to your own preference. Apart from offering simple pre-set temperature control (TC) modes, this amazing mod also delivers advanced TC vape customisation. Three memory modes can be used to store and quickly retrieve your custom TC settings.
The NAGA 300 Watt mod has a ‘Bypass’ mode that needs to be used with extra care. When firing the mod in Bypass mode, the full voltage of the three series-connected batteries will be fed directly to a fitted atomizer. This is likely to instantly burn the cotton in any atomizer with a coil resistance lower than around 0.5 Ohms.
Currently we stock the RofVape NAGA 330W Box Mod with either a Brown or Black leather battery bay cover. Please choose your colour option before pressing ‘Add to Cart’.
Note: This affordable offer includes the mod only. You’ll need to three 18650 batteries and a compatible vape tank to create a tailor-made 330 Watt vape kit. These items can be ordered by clicking links previous or visiting our Accessories pages.
1 x RofVape NAGA 330W Box Mod
1 x Rugged USB Battery Charging Cable
1 x NAGA Mod User Manual & Warranty
RofVape NAGA 330W Box Mod Features:
Size: 90mm tall x 50mm long x 40mm wide
510 connector: Features sprung pin
Takes tanks up to about 26mm diameter without overhang
Style: Low-cost ultra-high power VW/Bypass/TC mod with futuristic styling
Case styling: Carbon fibre panels, venting mesh & leather trim
Battery requirements: 3 x matched 18650 batteries (not included)
Gold-plated, sprung battery terminals
Magnetic battery bay cover
Rugged USB battery charge cable included
Large, square Fire button
Push-button + & – adjusters
Large OLED display screen
Traditional screen layout
Extended modes & functions
Left/right hand screen flip
Screen lock feature
5 Fire button clicks for on/off, 3 for mode switch
Triple battery level icons
Hard, Norm, Soft vape settings (adjustable)
Custom firing curve feature
TC modes for SS, Ti & Ni200 coil wire
Variable wattage in TC modes
3 memory modes
Power output: 7W to 330W
VW resistance range: 0.1Ω to 3.0Ω
Bypass mode not recommended for coils lower than 0.5Ω
TC resistance range: 0.06Ω to 2.0Ω
Full range of RofVape safety features
Nanoscale carbon fibre protection
Lots of technical features for a low-cost 330W mod
Suitable for mid & high-power vaping
2 x Battery bay leather colours: Black or Brown
NAGA 330W Mod compatibility:
The NAGA 330W Box Mod will fire almost any 510 compatible VW or TC atomizer. Please check the NAGA instruction manual for details of VW/TC compatible coil wires and resistances. Please take extra care if you choose to fire a sub-ohm coil in Bypass mode, as this may burn the coil’s cotton wicking material.