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The Kick is a simple way to enjoy variable power with a mechanical mod. The Kick is an additional module that allows most 18650 based mechanical switch mod to function as a variable power device. The Kick is designed to be used in 18650 sized metal tube devices using an 18490 or 18500 IMR battery.
The Kick’s power regulation microprocessor will automatically, and constantly, adjust power levels (as needed) to provide consistent output. Once users find their preferred output, the Kick is more of a set it and forget it design. This is because the Kick will boost and regulate the power to provide the same output consistently from first activation to the last regardless of the atty/carto resistance.
- Drop in Variable Power Module for Mechanical Mods
- 1 pc
- For Advanced users only
- For IMR Batteries only
Installing the Kick:
The Kick MUST be installed correctly. The bottom of the Kick must sit directly on the positive terminal of the battery (button end for button-top batteries). The top of the Kick (the end with the blue adjustment box) must be oriented towards the head of the device (never towards a device spring). The Kick is designed to be used in 18650 metal tube mods with an IMR 18490 or 18500 battery.
Setting Power Level:
The adjustment potentiality (blue box) is located on the top side of the Kick. In the center of the box is an adjustment screw to be used for adjusting the Kick’s power setting. The settings are marked ON THE CIRCUIT BOARD and can be seen around the pot/blue-box. Turning the adjustment screw clockwise increases power and counter-clockwise decreases power.
Short Circuit Protection:
The Kick will detect shorts in the connection between the Kick and the atomizer. This sensor is sensitive and if it detects a short, the Kick will not fire. If you experience this, un-thread your atty/cartomizer and clean out any accumulated juice in all connections and then gently re-thread atomizer until only finger-tip snug. If device still will not fire, try a different atomizer and/or adapter. This is designed both as a safety feature and to protect the components of the Kick module.