Steam Crave Titan Mod Introduction
Its big, it’s powerful and for some, most definitely desirable.
The Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod is a powerhouse of gargantuan proportions and is certainly going to pack a punch at 300W, fitting adequately into the category of big boys toys without question!
Supporting diameters between 30mm and 41mm “without any overhang” RTA’s, RDA’s, and RDTA’s will fit comfortably thanks to the top plates size and the 510 connection with a floating pin which is fully adjustable between 4.0-5.5mm.
And if you were wondering why the Titan PWM Mod has been designed to be such a monolith of a device, the answer lies in the battery housing.
It holds 4pc 18650 batteries, 2 in series and 2 in parallel with a variable voltage range which can be set between 1V-8.4V.
The incorporated LCD display, although small by today’s standards, displays the voltage, ohm reading, wattage and battery levels.
So if you are a fan of mechanical mods with low builds but prefer to air on the side of safety, the Titan PWM includes a full protection suite also.
In The Box
1x Titan PWM MOD
1x User manual
1x Steam Crave sticker
Titian PWM Specifications
Colours: Matt Black & Chrome Finishes
Material: Anodized Aluminium
Dimensions: Height: 108mm Width: 41mm Depth: 41mm
Weight: 180g Empty
Connection Type: 510 Floating Pin
Variable Voltage Adjustment With Locking Function
Voltage Range: 1V-8.4V
Maximum Output: 300W
The ramp up time 25ms
Full Safe Protections:
Low Voltage Protection
Short Circuit Protection
Over Time Protection
Over Current Protection
Low Voltage Protection>=5.6V
Input 45A Output 60A
4pcs 18650 Batteries In Parallel/Series (Para Series)
Tools Of The Trade & Safety Information
People can suffer from allergies to chemicals that may be present in the makeup of certain types of E-liquids or produced in their vapour.
People can become sensitive to, or even allergic to Nickel or Titanium used in Temperature Controlled designed coils. Seek professional medical advice before using any of the products used in my reviews.
For an in-depth look at battery types, performance, and safety information follow this link to the Mooch Facebook page. You can also find the Mooch Blog over at ECF.
You may also find this range of calculators provided by Steam Engine particularly useful, so thank you to Lars for allowing me to include them in my reviews.
These calculators are currently under development, and the information that they contain may change at any time without notice. Please read the How It Works section for a more in-depth understanding.
And for those of you who are wondering what PWM stands for, here is a link to a fuller explanation to help you gain a better understanding.
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Titian PWM Operation
1. Insert 4x 18650 batteries of the same type and brand (Do Not Mix & Match) via the battery compartment at the base of the mod. I have used 4x Sony VTC6 (19amps-3000mah) for the purpose of this review. You will also notice Plus + and Minus – symbols have been included inside the battery compartment at the very bottom.
Press the fire button 5 times in quick succession, the screen will display Steam Crave and turn on. Pressing the fire button 5 times again in quick succession and the screen will display Goodbye and the mod will turn off.
3. Adjusting the voltage setting:
Simply rotate the fire button to adjust the voltage to your desired setting.
4. Lock and unlock the current voltage setting:
Press the fire button 3 times in quick succession, it will either lock or unlock the current voltage setting depending on which mode of operation you happen to be in at the time.
5. Start vaping, it really is that simple and straightforward to operate!
Always consult your included user manual prior to use or, consult your supplier if you are unsure about any part of this device’s operation.
So, to sum up, the Titan mod from Steam Crave, which is a relatively simple task given that it is a variable voltage device without the inclusion of temp control and a host of other feature sets and menu structures, it’s mighty impressive!
This is a real beast of a mod which has been designed solely with the advanced vaper in mind who craves power, outstanding performance and simplicity in design. And with a maximum output of 300W in a stylish casing, you’re going to get this in spades.
I haven’t found any problems at all connecting a range of different tank types via the 510 spring loaded connector which comfortably houses diameters up to 41mm.
Operation really is simplicity itself as I have explained above and I’ve personally enjoyed getting back to basics without the need to search through endless menu structures to find the perfect set up.
That said, a future version with 0.5V increments instead of 0.10V would be an added bonus.
Adding an LCD screen which displays the wattage was a nice touch on the part of Steam Crave allowing the user to see what their final power output is going to be, depending on the build type and voltage setting.
Housing 4x 18650 cells in para series, the Titan is able to deliver its full 60 amps, then consider the battery life you can expect to get at around 80W (days rather than hours) and you begin to see why this mod is going to be so appealing!
Ample venting of the battery compartment has been included on one side at the top and on the removable battery door with a spring loaded quick release catch, making access easy while at the same time keeping it securely locked in place.
A raft of safety measures have been included, which, given the potential power the Titan mod has to offer was a very sensible decision on the part of Steam Craves R&D team.
The three-click locking function eliminates the risk of adjusting the voltage by accident when you are applying pressure to the dial to vape.
Steam Crave also included their 41mm diameter Aromamizer Titan RDTA for the purpose of this review with a matching diameter of 41mm which holds a staggering 28ml of e-liquid. It really has to be seen to be believed!
The combination of tank and mod is without question a real show stopper that will overshadow everything else that’s currently available in the heavyweight division, in my opinion.
The black and silver aluminium coated finish with simple engravings and laser etching adds to the overall look without taking anything away from its simple appearance.
Weight is not really a consideration when you consider that this mod holds 4x 18650 cells. If you are looking for something lighter in weight to carry just bear this in mind before you purchase it.
Maybe we will see a future two cell mini version?
The only thing that I would have preferred to see was a colour coded Input dial or even a fire button separated from the plus and minus input buttons which to me would be more aesthetically pleasing, along with a larger choice of colour options.
For for the power-hungry cloud chasing Sub Ohm vaper, who is looking for maxed out performance combined with solid performance from their equipment, the Titan mod from Steam Crave should be at the very top of your shopping list.
Expect price tag to be around the £56 US$70 mark. Make sure you check the authenticity of your products to avoid purchasing a cloned version of the same.
Remember, you can only expect to get what you pay for and don’t forget their special offer either!
Custom laser on Titan combo? It’s your exclusive edition!
Welcome to order your exclusive Titan:
- Order the Titan PWM MOD bundle with Aromamizer Titan RDTA on shop.steamcrave.com from Oct-12th to 31th
- email your order number and laser requirements to firstname.lastname@example.org
(All orders will be shipped from China, USA post mail will take up to 12 days to arrive）
Thanks to all Cravers’ support, we will send an SC cap giveaway with your order.
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