Pioneer4You has also come up with a mod with the YiHi SX300 chip. This one is in a 26650 size! It has a new design featuring an open battery compartment. The bottom cap is also screw adjustable so it can fit to adjust many lengths of 26650 size battery. Can handle down to 0.5 ohms and go up to 30 watts. Don't miss your chance on this beast!
1x Seven 30 by Pioneer4You
Posted by Adrian on 27th Jul 2014
Only con is the threads on the bottom part aren't great. Everything else including the operation of the device is smooth. It's big, heavy, and doesn't get tipped over easily.
I love this device
Posted by joshua on 22nd Jul 2014
I seen a few reviews on youtube for this device mainly for the seven22 though. I'll tell ya though this mod is really good for $89, it's build quality is amazing, everything works great and that chip in it just does what it needs to do. I thought the gravity adjust system would be a pain, but its simple and fast, I actually really like it now lol. The only gripe i had about it at first is with the battery cap threading it was extremely dirty when i got it, I cleaned the threads up really good and it has not been a problem since, battery life is outstanding as well it takes a 26650 i recommend the mnke
works great for a week or two
Posted by alex on 21st Jul 2014
the device worked exceptional for the first week or two and then some of the main functions started malfunctioning. functions such as the tilt sensor and even the short circuit protection failed i have only used regulated devices so far egos, vamos, itaste, and then the seven30. and the others had buttons to adjust vv/vw and or mechanical wheels to adjust. but the seven30 solely relies on the tilt sensor for adjusting most of its features and its a great idea, don't get me wrong. but my biggest fear was that it would fail and it did rendering this device useless from that point on. do not get this device. i'd suggest getting another device that does not have any tilt sensitivity.
Great 30 Watt Mod!
Posted by Bruce Bachleda on 15th Jul 2014
First off I got my 7--22 26650 mod from Eciggity and now the 7-30 26650 mod here too at a really great price! It gives prue DC power without any problem. If you want a true 30 watts that is not a Clone buy one you will not be sorry. I have their 50 watt on preorder and if all goes well I will have that by sometime next week. Eccigitjy is number 1 in shipping out your goodies very fast every time.
The 730 is sweet.
Posted by C.K. on 23rd Jun 2014
I had the 730 on preorder for about 3 weeks and it finally came and it works perfect. its extremely easy to use I never even looked at the manual. I've been vaping it for about 2 weeks strait now and have no issues what so ever. all my atomizers that are .5 ohms and higher have worked perfectly I tried a .47 ohm and it would not fire which is what is supposed to happen but I tried it anyway. the only issue I have with it is the bottom cap that holds the battery in has fine threads so be very careful when screwing it back on as you could easily cross thread it but other than that its perfect for the price of the device you can't go wrong.
Posted by Jeramie Sutherland on 14th Jun 2014
Received my seven 30 from eciggity just a few hours ago. Lightning fast shipping and great customer service. The device is very well made and vales like a dream. To me the size is perfect. It's not to big or to heavy. Perfect device with one tiny flaw. The threads for the battery cap are not very smooth. They work and are not an issue but after the buttery smoothness of the seven 22 threads it's just something that should be pointed out.
Posted by NickWhit1992 on 10th Jun 2014
So, I received my Seven-30 directly from the manufacturer a few days ago. Had some time to play with it, and here are my thoughts. It's VERY hefty, not for someone who has carpal tunnel syndrome or is just lazy. At 20 watts on a 1 ohm parallel coil, I get about 6-8 hours, or half a day, of usage. So you probably wanna pick up 2 batteries at least. I use the MNKE IMRs. When I first inserted a battery, it was loose and had no connection. There's a gold colored plate on the bottom, you have to screw it in to fit the battery properly. Construction feels good, however the threads everywhere except for the atty connection are kinda rough. Per the description on AliBaba, it fires down to 0.5 ohm, however, it has a 10 second draw cutoff, instead of the 20 seconds the manufacturer advertises. That's easily remedied though, just let go of the button and press it again, there's no cool down period. So ostensibly, you could draw virtually nonstop if you so desire. I'm not a fan of the way it looks with a 22mm RDA on it, so you might wanna pick up a 28mm RDA with it, just in case. But all in all, it's a great device.