There’s so much to say about this little kit that I’m making this a two part review. This month I’m talking about the TC Box and next month I’ll cover the Cumulus Tank….. and my final thoughts.
Firstly, the packaging is attractive and informative. Inside the box there are two sections. One side contains an extremely detailed instruction manual, a spare tank glass, spare drip tip, o-rings and a micro-USB charge cable. On the other side you have the Brix Mod and the Mini Cumulus tank.
I received the white and rose gold version - and it looks beautiful! The white housing has a slight rubber, grippy texture to it and, teamed up with the shiny rose gold, it definitely looks the part!The buttons are conveniently laid out and the screen is clear and easy to read. The matching rose gold Mini Cumulus sits on top beautifully. There isn’t any overhang and it doesn’t look out of proportion to the Brix Mod.
So, let’s start with the Brix mod. It has an internal battery rated at 1500mAh and maximum output of 50w in power mode along with Ni, Ti and SS316L Temperature Control Modes. It’s a simple 5 clicks on, 5 clicks off device.
On the screen you have the resistance, voltage, amperage, battery level and your applied wattage. To get into the menu you click the fire button 3 times - you can select Power or Joule mode as well as System Settings using the plus and minus buttons.
After selecting Joule Mode you then select what material you are using, what unit C/F you would like your temperature to be displayed in and, after that, what temperature you would like to vape at.
After pressing the fire button to confirm these settings you are sent back to the main screen where your power is adjusted in Joules.
Overall, I love the layout of the buttons and screen and the easily navigated menu screen.
It fits nicely in the hand - it’s pretty stealthy and doesn’t weigh a massive amount. The only slight negative to this mod is the battery life. I have found that it lasts around three quarters of a day and I’m not the heaviest of users.
Come back next month for a full review of the Cumulus Tank and my thoughts on the kit as a whole!