IPV V1 35 Watt Box Mod – $35.91

IPV V1 Mod

Pioneer4you IPV Box Mod Clearance

They just placed the original IPV V1 box mod is now 70% off at Vaporbeast. Get silver for only $35.91 or black for $49.47 with FREE shipping included, use coupon “YEAHBABY” at checkout.

The IPV35 watt box mod is made out of aluminum and has the 35 watt SX330 chipset. It’s powered by a single 18650 battery and can handle atomizer resistance as low as 0.3ohms. The output power is adjustable from 7 to 35 watts in o.1 watt increments. The device measures 100mm by 50mm by 22mm making it a bit thinner than the Hana Box Mod but it’s also bit longer and wider.

If you don’t need over 35 watts (like most vapers) why pay for it. This is a great mod at a great price, don’t pass it up. This sale will be over in 2 days or when they run out of products.

Coupon Code: YEAHBABY

Get a IPV Mod at 70% Off here

IPV Mod Features:

  • SX-330 Chip
  • Variable Wattage: 7W-35W
  • Variable Voltage: 3.6V-8.5V
  • OLED screen
  • Low Voltage Protection
  • Low Resistance Protection
  • High Input Voltage Warning
  • Output Short Circuit Protection
  • Reverse Battery Protection
  • USB Charging
  • Vented Battery Casing
  • Use with 18650 Battery

Nathan is the founder of VapingCheap.com and dedicated to finding the best vape deals online. In 2008 he had his first vape on a DSE-901 e-cigarette and has loved them ever since. He created Vaping Cheap to help current vapers save money and to help smokers make the switch to vaping.

18 COMMENTS
  • taz 02/14/2015

    Where do you enter the coupon code? I dont see anywhere to add it?

    • taz 02/14/2015

      Nevermind I hit edit cart and found it at the bottom of the page. This is an awsome deal. I love my ipv2 and use it just as much my Rdna40.

    • James Nason 02/15/2015

      Tax I just ordered on, It’s not until you get to the check out page. Or up in the Middle of the right top side of the page, there it has a link to look at your cart. Then it’s down toward the bottom. Looks like there’s only Silver ones left, weird since those are cheaper anyway. I went with the silver for $35.71 Shipped! Damn Good Deal at 1/3 of the price of anywhere else, I saw them anywhere from $89-$120.

  • VH fan 02/15/2015

    Oh wow , that is a tremendous deal . I had one that i paid a little over $70.00 for when they first came out , it’s a superb mod , it really is .

    The chip is fantastic and you can make a case in spending the $$ just for that alone .

    These days though there are so many great mods available at LOW prices so buying this for $ 35.00 is not as much of a no brainer as it would of been
    a few months back.

  • James Nason 02/15/2015

    Hey Nathan, Question.. So the Touch Sensor Still Doesn’t Work on These..?

  • James Nason 02/15/2015

    Okay thanks, Do you know if allows Pass-Through..?

      • James Nason 02/16/2015

        Yeah that’s true, I heard elsewhere that the iPV2 says your not suppoused to use while charging it but everyone does and it works fine. But I have plenty of Mods, So I can always just leave a good battery in it and charge via USB when needed. From what I hear the Batery Door Magnets can be a Pain so it’s prob best to just leave a 20+AMP Battery in it for good. I’ve got a Bunch 30amp but they are only 1,500mah or Less. They are recycled from a Power Tool Battery Pack, So they are used but still Function fine. Can’t wait to get this bad boy, Probably use a Sanyo UR18650RX 22amp I have. Use that until it craps out, Then get a Good VTC5 or Maybe just a few of those 25R’s.

        • mike 02/16/2015

          James be careful.
          Most power tool battery packs (such as Dewalt cordless drill, saw, sawzall etc) generall use 1.2 volt cells. And they are usually very low amps (around 2.4 amps). The batteries we use for vaping are generally 3.7 volt and MUCH higher amps.

          • James Nason 02/16/2015

            I appreciate your concern, Thank You. I wouldn’t want a new vaper to see this and assume the wrong thing. But I’m very educated on Li-ion Safety, The Packs I’m talking about are the Newer Li-ion Battery Packs, They use 6-10 18650 Batteries, The same ones we use. And they are 3.7v Cells, Sanyo, Samsung, Sony Panasonic all produce 18650 Li-ions for Laptop Battery Packs and Newer Powertool Li-ion Battery Packs. I think your referring to older NI-MH Battery Packs which you are right, they would not be suitable or safe. The Cells I get are always li-ion packs from newer power tools or laptop battery packs. Look it up on eBay, people do it quite often, if you know what your doing its a great way to get extra 18650s for Vaping or Flashlights. Some are even Higher mAh Samsung and Sony 18650s which are great for DIY Power Packs or Vamo Type Mods. Just incase I always look up the Manafacturers Product Data Sheet from the Markings on the Batteries. Most 18650s from Laptops Battery Packs aren’t sufficient for use in a mod like this, because like you said they have low amp limits, they are still 3.7v Li-ion’s. Any vaper should have a good knowledge about batteries, and their safety.

  • VH fan 02/15/2015

    The touch sensor DOES NOT work on these 35 watter’s , the 50 watter’s had an operating touch sensor and some other iPV models but these were not meant to be workable since day one.

    Don’t know why they didn’t just eliminate it , imo they are a waste anyway.

  • James Nason 02/15/2015

    Good Call VH Fan, I’m glad I put my order in last night before these sold out. I know it’s not the latest and greatest but I personally don’t care. I’ve never owned any iPV so it’s brand new to me. My highest watt boxes, and only boxes are now two mini Cloupors which I like despite their faults with some units. Either way considering people were buying these for $80-$120 when they first came out this is a great deal especially with the Code and Free Shipping for a Total of $35.91. I can’t find much info on them though, only like two reviews out there. All the talk was about the V2 that came out at the same time.

  • James Nason 02/16/2015

    Mike the ones I’m referring to specifically are these MicroVast Cells:
    Well I couldn’t paste it in here for some reason but if you search “MicroVast MV18650NPCB” the PDF is the First Listing in Google. They are 30amp Continuous Discharge Rate, 1,500mAh, 3.7 Volt Batteries and are Deffinitely good enough for most builds we would use.

  • Tom 02/23/2015

    Just got mine in today. What a nice little mod – why didn’t P4U market it better? Sure, it’s lower power than the IPV2, but it’s still got plenty of kick. It may be last year’s model, but for this price, who cares?

    Frankly, I couldn’t justify spending $70 on an MPV3 when this was sitting there for half price, has more power and a replaceable battery.

    The only thing that I don’t particularly care for are the battery door screws, but I can live with it since it can recharge via USB. I rarely go over 35 watts anyway, even with my IPV3 and the IPV1 is a LOT more comfortable to carry around. It’s going to be my main mobile mod from now on, I think.

    And for anyone out there wondering, the IPV1 has an adjustable, spring-loaded 510. Everything I’ve tried fits flush. Had a heck of a time trying to figure that out before I bought it.

    • James Nason 02/24/2015

      Dang, Mine was like stuck in limbo.. It says delayed on the tracking now, it sat in Moreno Valley California for 5 Days in a Sort Facility.. It’s now been Departed From Capital Heights, MD on its way to Maine.. So hopefully Thursday at the Latest, Tomorrow would be awesome. Thanks for the update, I’m super excited to get this thing. Yeah you were right, finding info on this thing is damn near impossible. So does this thing step down at all..? Is it built well, Quality Feel to it..? Thanks!!!

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