While in TC mode, utilising patented High-Frequency Dynamic Monitoring Resistance (HFDMR) technology, the Koopor Plus reads the resistance every 250 microseconds – up to 4,000 times per second – and adjusts the output wattage via its Dual Driver System (DDS) to maintain a consistent, accurate temperature to the coil.
The Koopor Plus also uses a deep menu system to allow a huge number of small adjustments to your vape. In TC mode you can adjust the type of coil (there’s support for Ni200, Titanium, and even Stainless Steel) and the optimal coil resistance, and in both TC and wattage modes you can adjust the initial hit of the device, with Soft, Normal, Hard, Minimum and Maximum options available.
All of this makes for a completely customisable vaping experience; there’s more options here than on any mod we’ve seen before, and while you won’t always use all of them, some of them are sure to become essential for you.
To minimise confusion, there’s an in-built memory system with 20 adjustable presets. When you find a setting you enjoy, just put it in the memory and you’ve got it saved.
The device takes two 18650 batteries, and there’s a USB port for firmware upgrades. You’ll need an external charger as the USB port doesn’t provide this function.
How does it vape?
The Koopor Plus hits hard, and provides a very consistent vape – on par with the Sigelei 150W TC with its initial hit, and just as smooth the longer it goes.
The patented HFDMR and DDS work in the background – while you may be expecting fireworks, it’s all under-the-radar stuff that you won’t even notice, but it really does work. There’s no uncomfortable hot spots.
We tested the device thoroughly with the Smok TFV4 sub-ohm tank with Ni200 coils, and the two are really a perfect pairing. The device is capable of high wattage, and really does live up to Koopor’s claims of having the most accurate temperature control on the market.
If you’re used to the ‘name brands’, give the Koopor Plus a go!