Rincoe Mechman 228W Review | Test Results Are In from freemexy's blog

The Mechman 228w Mesh Kit is the latest kit from Rincoe. They just started in 2018 and haven’t released a ton of stuff yet, but had a decent pod system for its time with the Ceto. They then knocked it out of the park with the Manto mod in mid-2018. Their next two mods, the Manto S and X, weren’t up to par in my opinion,Rincoe so we’ll see how the Mechman stacks up.

The Mechman Kit features the Mechman 228w Mod which is a fully regulated dual-18650 battery mod rated for 228 watts and, despite the name, it is not a mechanical mod. The included tank is the Mechman Mesh, a sub ohm tank that uses mesh coils and comes with a standard 4.5 mL bubble glass.
When I first got this mod, I liked the design a lot. I wasn’t happy that they call it “Mechman” when it’s not a mech, which may confuse some. Outside of that though, it seemed like your basic dual-18650 mod. I liked the build quality, the leather panels and the centered 510, as well as the decently sized and bright screen. Overall, nothing that stands out, but a nice looking mod nonetheless. The tank itself is also a pretty basic sub ohm tank with mesh coils, so no surprises there either.vaporesso vape

The Rincoe Mechman 228w is a nicely built and designed mod. It’s mostly rectangular, with some real weight and heft to it. It’s about the same size as many of the smaller dual-18650 battery mods on the market – similar to the Geekvape Nova mod and slightly bigger than a Voopoo Alpha Zip. Color options are plentiful as well with the panels being swappable. Hopefully they’ll make them available to be purchased separately. The panels come with frames in three designs and two color options, as well as a leather layer behind the frame which includes designs like Black, Wolf, the American Flag, Camo and the Union Flag. The leather itself feels nice and not cheap, although I am pretty sure it is not real leather. Sadly, I got the black one, so I can’t speak on how good the other ones look. I am also happy they kept the branding simple and discreet — there is a small Rincoe logo on the battery door and that’s it.

The battery door is a standard magnetic side plate with a little notch on the bottom that makes it very easy to take off. It locks in place with no play and batteries fit great. Really nicely done there. The screen is rectangular and nicely sized. It’s black and white but has some good brightness and it’s easy to read so no complaints there. There is also no button rattle on this mod. The fire button is rectangular with a protruding part, similar to that of the Geekvape Aegis line. It works well — it’s clicky and never gets stuck. The 510 pin is great and gave me no issues with any atomizer. It is centered and on a platform that doesn’t protrude and can handle a 28 mm atomizer flush.u2022eney7485yyWEEEEDD

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