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QP Designs Fatal Mod - Stabwood *Limited Edition*
  • QP Designs Fatal Mod - Stabwood *Limited Edition*

QP Designs Fatal Mod - Stabwood *Limited Edition*

£99.95
Tax included
Battery
20700
Battery
Single
Battery
18650
Battery
21700

This 100w beauty features a smooth ergonomic compact delrin body with some gorgeous stab wood accents on the firing button, wattage controls and battery compartment to give the device a head turning flair. 

The Fatal can fire up to 100w and uses either a 21700/20700 or 18650 battery. With the 21700, the battery life of this beast is amazing.

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Introducing the stunning QP Designs Fatal mod.

This 100w beauty features a smooth ergonomic compact delrin body with some gorgeous stab wood accents on the firing button, wattage controls and battery compartment to give the device a head turning flair. 

The Fatal can fire up to 100w and uses either a 21700/20700 or 18650 battery. With the 21700, the battery life of this beast is amazing.

The mod features a larger than usual screen with all the read outs that would would expect, wattage, ohm, battery and all that good stuff. Inside is a QP designed chip set that allows for a super fast ramp up, accurate resistance reads and for you to use the mod in wattage, voltage, temp control or Bypass mode. 

Bypass with a RDA  is probably the most fun for your money, essentially turning the mod in to a mech with safety features you just don't get in a tube. and with a 28mm diameter you will have no issues fitting your favorite atty.

Features What's in the box?

  • 28mm 510 adapter diameter
  • Max Wattage: 100w
  • Resistance Range: 0.10 - 3.0ohm
  • Takes a single 21700/201700 or 18650 battery
  • Delrin Body
  • Stabwood Accents
  • VW, VV, TC & Bypass Modes
  • QP Designed Chip
  • Micro USB Port
  • 1x QP Designs FATAL MOD Stabwood Limited Edition 100W
  • 1x User Guide
  • 1x Micro USB Cable

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