Noisy Cricket II D25 (Mechanical hybrid mod)
Introducing version two of the hard hitting mechanical mod Noisy Cricket from Wismec!
The Noisy Cricket II-25. This device sees a plethora of upgrades compared to version one. The Noisy Cricket now features a chip system to allow the user to regulate his or her desired voltage by simply turning the voltage knob. If you're not a fan of regulated power and want that raw direct output voltage from the (2) 18650 batteries that power this device (batteries sold separately), the Noisy Cricket II-25 caters to that need of pure mechanical power by simply flipping over the circuit board in the battery access panel. The firing button has also gone through a slight change from it's top position in version one to a side firing button in this version for a more ergonomic feel. By keeping the simple aesthetics of the previous version but adding an extra kick in terms of versatility, the Noisy Cricket is sure to satisfy those who loved version one.
NOTE: A hybrid mod is only for those who know exactly what they are doing, absolutely nothing for beginners.
A hybrid mod is a mode wherein the tank or the atomizer has direct contact with the battery, instead of first contact with a 510-pin (adjustable, floating, etc.). A hybrid is often shorter because they do not have a top cap with a 510-pin built in. However, they can be very dangerous! If you get a short circuit in your atomizers coil, many bad things can happen. For example, you might not be able to turn off the firing mechanism and the battery wont be able to ventilate itself properly, which could mean an implosion is about to happen. To reduce the risk that something similar will happen, you need an atomizer with a longer 510-threading, so long that it does not sit flush on the mod. It sits flush, there is a greater risk of short-circuiting.
If you get short, you'll need to put the mod apart ASAP. The longer you wait, the warmer the mod will be. If you cant manage to dissemble it, put it in an area where people, animals or property are not nearby if it would implode. When you have gotten a short your battery is most likely fried, dispose it and replace it with a new one. Also, check the threading on your mod, the heat could have distorted them. If everything seems okay so you can use the mod again. But if you find any errors, get rid of it right away.
- Dimensions: 48*25*87mm
- Adjustable Voltage Range: 2.0V - 6.0V
- Spring Loaded 510 Contact
- Requires (2) 18650 Batteries (Batteries Sold Separately)
- Atomizer Protection
- Short Circuit Protection
- Low Voltage Protection
- Optional Circuit In Series & Parallel
- Sliding Battery Access Panel
- Adjustable Voltage
- Battery Display Function
- Side Firing Button
- 1 x Noisy Cricket II-25
- 1 x Warning Card
- 1 x User Manual