50 Watt Top Choices

There aren’t actually a lot of mods in the 50W category, at least among reliable companies. Manufacturers seem to prefer 40W or 60W, so selection is relatively slim.

Vapers in search of this particular output value would be hard-pressed to go wrong with any of the following three devices which meet the highest standards while remaining affordable and user-friendly.

In spite of their accessibility, though, always remember that a Variable Watt box mod is a high-tech, advanced piece of equipment unsuitable for beginners.

Top Three 50 Watt Mods

The following names should be very familiar by now: Eleaf iSmoka, SMOK, and Sigelei. All three of these companies make much more powerful units as well such as the Sigelei 200W Fuchai, iStick 100W TC, and the SMOK R200. If you can rely on them to make safe, effective machines of much higher output, would you hesitate to trust these manufacturers at a measly 50 watts?

Eleaf iStick Basic

Eleaf iStick Basics

Modest dimensions belie big power from the Simple 50W by Eleaf. This member of the iStick family boasts a range of 5W to 50W or 2V to 10V and supports a low of 0.2 ohms resistance. A pre-installed, non-removable 4400mAh cell provides energy to run a bright OLED screen and to support safety measures such as a temperature alarm, short circuit protection, and automatic shut-down when vapers try to vape for more than 10 seconds.

A small port in the side makes USB recharging accessible at your computer or using an adapter. The connecting pin set inside stainless steel threading is spring-loaded so any 510-threaded tank will fit neatly, including a Melo 2 or Lemo Drop.

Sigelei 50W VR2

Sigelei 50w VR2

Catch the wave with this attractive device featuring parallel rolling lines to break up the geometry of a box mod. It’s compact but powerful with 7 watt to 50 watt output or 1.2V to 8.5V. Sigelei’s 50 watt unit supports 0.2 ohm coils and one 18650-rated battery (not included). Vapers prone to reversing the battery when they install a freshly charged one are protected against a short circuit caused by reverse polarity.

But if something endangers the unit or it has to shut off automatically, a warning is displayed on the OLED screen. Sigelei improved Version 1 of their 50W box mod by enlarging its display, increasing magnetic power to hold its battery door in place, and supplying a floating contact pin for maximum atomizer compatibility.


Xpro bt50w blue

Here’s a member of SMOK’s popular Bluetooth-compatible XPRO series. It uses one 18650-battery, fires at between 60 watts and 50 watts, and operates as a VV machine with a 3V to 12V range. Enjoy big clouds by installing 0.2-ohm coils in your sub ohm tank and recharge swiftly using a 2A USB charger. As a BT system, consumers can set values and read their data using any Bluetooth-enabled device.

50 Watt Top Choices
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