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IPV3 Li Mod by Pioneer4You

IPV3 Li Mod by Pioneer4You

IPV3 Li Mod by Pioneer4You

$84.99 $79.99

5.00 out of 5
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Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 4 customer ratings
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This mod features the newest Yihi chipset, and has many engineering refinements over the IPV3. Only the case is the same! 200 Watts of power after the newest firmware update.

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The IPV3 Li mod is the newest mod developed at Pioneer4You. It is a tribute to the IPV3, with the same looks as the previous mod. Looks can be deceiving, however.

The IPV3 Li features a new Yihi chipset with temperature control functionality. All of the internals have been redesigned. Imagine a mod that takes all that was good with the IPV3 and adds significant functionality to that. This bulletproof mod has 160 watt output and can now reach 200w with a released firmware update.

The battery cover is held fast by magnets and the body is engineered to soak up heat radiating from the chipset/batteries. Titanium coils can be used with this mod, after the latest firmware upgrade from Yihi. Please visit Yihi’s website to download the update.

IPV3 Li Mod Features Include:

  • Yihi temperature control chipset
  • Reads resistance down to 0.1Ω in Power mode
  • Reads resistance down to 0.05Ω in Joule Mode
  • Redesigned internals
  • All-aluminum body works as a heat sink
  • Wattage output 7W-165W
  • Built by Pioneer4You
  • Takes dual 18650 batteries in series (not included)
  • Yihi SX330-V3SL Upgradeable chip
    • 165 watts upgradeable to 200 watts with a later firmware update
  • Touch sensor functionality has returned
  • Limited warranty – USA service center.
  • No direct charging capability
  • New IPV3 Li firmware will be uploaded to P4U’s website on 6/20/15
    • Power mode will support 200w max.
    • Joule mode will support 75J max.
    • The mod has the capability to read titanium and nickel wire to control temperature.

Additional information

Weight 9 oz
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Color

Black, Silver

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  1. Rob

    5 out of 5 IPV3 Li is a game-changer

    I have the original and it has taken a beating and keeps on kicking. I can’t wait for this mod to drop. I wanted temp control but I didn’t want to give up my daily vape. Awesome! I will buy this right away when it is released

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  2. Andrew

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    Will you ever have this available in black?

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    • originvape

      Andrew,

      We don’t anticipate carrying this mod in black, unfortunately. Sorry about the inconvenience!

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  3. Cheritta

    5 out of 5 Great product and best customer service!

    Thank you, I love the product and the customer service. Couldn’t be more pleased!

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    • Jared

      What’s the lowest resistance can be used with this device? I apologize if I overlooked that somewhere.

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  4. Jared

    Question

    May have asked my question in the wrong area haha. Sorry for that. What is the lowest resistance that can be used with this device?

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    • originvape

      No worries Jared! This is the place for questions! =) This mod fires down to 0.1 in power mode (Kanthal) and below 0.1 in Joule mode. Hope this helps!

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  5. Ian

    5 out of 5 Great Mod. Best P4Y product to date.

    After my original IPV4 had a charging board failure, Eric was gracious enough to offer a return of the product well past the return date. When it was returned, I had the option of the IPV4S or the IPV3 Li. I optioned for the IPV3 Li, as I still use my IPV3 to this day with much satisfaction in it’s construction and reliability.

    Received the new unit quickly and found it’s build quality to be very good. The case is the same size as the original IPV3 with the 510 and touch sensor position being switched. The silver finish is “flatter” in shine and looks more like the aluminum finish one might find on the case of an Apple device. With about a week in, I’ve noticed there is some rubbing off of the paint around the 510, same as the original IPV3. And for me it’s not a huge deal. There’s usually an atomizer screwed on anyways.

    The firing button is now flat and smooth to touch. It has a nice click and doesn’t have too much throw. The screen is now larger and is brighter than the original and I find it to be easy to read in the daylight.

    The battery door uses ball bearings to secureit and uses padding to prevent it from sliding and/or rattling. If you try to pull the battery door from the top or bottom, the pads secure it in place. The best way I’ve found to open the door is to tap down on the middle of the door and slide down with little give. The only seam I’ve found on this device is with the top right corner (facing) showing just a very slight bit of seam. Nothing I’ve gotten bothered by.

    As far as performance: After the firmware upgrade, the device will fire up to 200 watts in kanthal mode, introduces titanium mode up to 100 joules, and maintains 50 joules with nickel. In comparison to the IPV4 (with upgrade) I find this device seems to perform more consistenly well with temp control builds. It also has more than enough power with kanthal than most people will need. I wasn’t too sure initally about the touch switch, though I’ve found it to work very nicely with the way I natually grip the mod and is a nice feature when I’m walking about. Not interested in the touch sensor? No problem, turn it off. Worried about it firing off in you pocket? No problem. The touch sensor will not fire until you’ve hit the fire button at least once and the screen is turned on.

    So overall:

    PROS:
    Build quality is solid and device feels like it can take some heavy use. Compared to the IPV4 the build quality seems better.

    Very powerful and effecient chip. Has worked well with all wires and mods I have used. Seems to be more consistent with temp control compared to IPV4 (even with upgrade).

    Easy to read screen. Large and bright.

    CONS:

    (First a subjective one) It is a boxy mod. The IPV4 did feel more comfortable to grip in my hand. I don’t mind the feel of it so much, though others might.

    Finish will probably take a beating over time. Expect wear around your 510 connector pretty quickly. If this bothers you, a wrap will probably be the way to go.

    Still no button lock. I was hoping for this feature included with this mod. I haven’t had any autofiring issues on this device, but it makes me feel a bit better about carrying it around when I have it.

    NEUTRAL:

    Battery door may take a little getting used to. It definitely won’t be sliding off without effort. And once you learn the trick to popping it off, it’s easy enough.

    Overall, I’m very satisfied with my device and with the service that Origin Vapes provides. Eric stands behind his products and I’ve never been any less than a very satisfied customer. Between this and the IPV4S, I would choose the IPV3 Li for build quality and efficiency though sacrificing the more comfortable grip of the IPV4.

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  6. dan

    5 out of 5 love it

    I got this mod to replace a 50 watt istick that I thought I liked this thing is a beast I love everything about it right down to how accurately it measures my coil resistance as compared to my multimeter

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  7. Anndy

    Ipv 3 LI

    Very solid mod don’t hesitate on purchasing aslo customer service is amazing

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