Hohm Wrecker 151W Box Mod
The Hohm Wrecker 151W Box Mod is a super rugged, ultra advanced, US-engineered device!
It’s made from a high-strength alloy casing (T2024-T3) with POM/PVC composite at all contact points.
The US-based company, Hohm, claims it’s ready for a “10th floor drop,” and the magnets are even coated in neodymium iron boron to prevent corrosion.
This great box mod hosts a proprietary chip that offers up to a TRUE 151W of output with variable output banding to prevent fluctuations.
The TruDegreeTM technology provides precision temperature control with Ni200 wire and it offers a wide range of advanced features. Powered by dual 18650 batteries, it’s firmware upgradeable and fires down 0.05 ohms.
Designed in the USA by Hohm, the Hohm Wrecker Mod is a high quality device developed for extreme durability, power and precision. It normally retails for $180, which is definitely pricey, but we’ve come to expect this from US based brands due to higher costs.
Hohm Wrecker Box Mod Features
- Variable wattage: 1 – 151W
- Voltage output: FSK Intellichip automation
- Temperature control: 200F – 700F (93C – 372C)
- Resistance Range: 0.05 – 3.0 ohm
- Variable output banding on wattage and voltage adjustments
- Precision ohm metering
- Patent pending TruDegree technology (while using Ni200 wire)
- CNC casing made of aluminum with high-strength alloy T2024-T3
- OLED screen
- Concaved fire button for finger ergonomics
- Coated neodymium iron boron magnets
- Large battery contact footprint
- POM/PVC composite at all power to metal contact points
- 510 connection with full-face push pin and high-tensile spring
- Powered by dual 18650 batteries (sold separately)
- 100% engineered in the USA
Hohm Wrecker Mod Review
Update: Hohm Wrecker Discontinued
Unfortunately the manufacturing brand, Hohm has discontinued this unique box mod. While they continue to sell under the same brand today, their product line focuses only on batteries and chargers.
Is this due to the latest wave of FDA vaping regulations? It’s hard to know. But we do know that these latest changes in regulations are putting a lot of US-based vaping hardware and e-juice brands out of business, and sending that business overseas.