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Freemax Maxus Series Kits: Which Kind of Wattage Output Do You Need?

Discussion in 'FreeMax' started by freemaxtech, Sep 9, 2021.

  1. freemaxtech

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    Freemax Maxus 200W, Maxus 100W, and Maxus 50W Box Mod Kit are Freemax Maxus Series Kits, and all of them are powered by different batteries with different wattage outputs. As for you, which kind of Maxus Vape Kits do you need in your daily vaping life?

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    Adopting the SmartLoad Technology without distinguishing positive and negative poles, Maxus 200W Box Mod can accommodate either single or dual 18650 batteries with the max output of 200W.

    Freemax Maxus 100W Box Mod can be compatible with one single 21700/20700/18650 battery with the SmartLoad Technology, firing up to 100W. So there is no need to distinguish between positive and negative poles, and you can assemble the battery at your own will, super easy and convenient.

    Freemax Maxus 50W Box Mod is powered by a 2000mAh internal battery with 2A fast charging, providing an all-day going power and 80 minutes charging time for maximum. However, Freemax Maxus 100W and Maxus 200W Mod are also with Type-C and 2A Fast Charging functions, which provide users enough power for a full day's use.

    As for you, which Maxus vape device can attract you? Which one can meet your vaping needs? Welcome to leave your comment.
     

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