Pete54 wrote:Here is a video of the final product made by the developer Panagiotis. It's a 23mm DNA20 mod made of 316 SS that uses a quick change telescoping design. It has a self adjusting center pin and an air-flow control top cap system. When I receive mine, which should be within the next week as they just started shipping, I'll get some good pictures of it up and give you my thoughts.
It is not available at this time, unless you find one on the classifieds somewhere, but further batches may be released in the near future.
Pete54 wrote:I paid for this so long ago I can't remember for sure but I think I paid something like $285.00ish? As far as the joystick (button) goes, that is the most curious part of the device. We'll see. They should all be sent out by mid-week. I have to wait until my friend gets them (he ordered 3, one for me) and then sends it to me. Might be about 10 days before I can actually hold it! As far as voltage drop goes, I didn't think there was any on a VV or VW device because on my Provari what I set it at is what's delivered to the atty. Maybe I'm mistaken on this?
rushman wrote:The DNA 20 should hide any voltage drop id think just the way a provari does. It being wattage just changes the variables it uses to calculate the voltage it wants to output. If the mod itself is offering resistance that would show in the resistance it reads as it fires. If it doesn't read while firing or at least do it's initial resistance check with a small load then it's just a really expensive vamo board
toddsreviews wrote:Why's it not looking promising?
toddsreviews wrote:I've got one here and been using it for the past couple of days.
Couple of minor niggles but for me if I had to choose one mod to do me for the rest of my days, it would be this one.
I rate it very highly
toddsreviews wrote:It's not like the size and button was a hidden feature
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