Acrohm Fush Nano Review

Another interesting feature of the Fush Nano is the mechanical-style firing switch which is located in the bottom of the tube. The Fush Nano will fire at 10W employing this option or at 7W with draw-activated vaping. The Fush Nano uses refillable and replaceable pods with a 1.4ohm coil and a good 1.5ml capacity. In addition, it includes a 550mAh built-in battery.

Build quality on the Fush Nano is ideal. Everything can be assembled properly and I can’t find any imperfections on your body. The vitality/fire button is certainly responsive and clicky. It’s a nicely built mod that’s lightweight but nonetheless feels solid

A fabric lanyard will come in the packaging and it’s nothing fancy but it helped to keep my Fush Nano from receiving lost. The silicone end of the lanyard slips around the body of the Fush Nano. The simply downside to the lanyard is usually that it’s hard to shake the Nano to improve the color of the LED when it’s around my {neck|thro

Another interesting feature of the Fush Nano is the mechanical-style firing switch which is located in the bottom of the tube. The Fush Nano will fire at 10W employing this option or at 7W with draw-activated vaping. The Fush Nano uses refillable and replaceable pods with a 1.4ohm coil and a good 1.5ml capacity. In addition, it includes a 550mAh built-in battery.

Apart from the size, the Fush Nano doesn’t look much not the same as the Acrohm Fush. It has the same polycarbonate tube condition with FUSH printed on the side and it’s 100.6mm tall, 19.3mm vast and 19.3mm dee

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