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The Dicodes No 6, 60Watt (26650) temperature control mod is a compact, ergonomically designed mod that fits perfectly in your hand. It can be used with multiple wire types which have a temperature coefficient, the menu offers (4) different operating modes, allowing the user to switch between variable watt, variable watt with heat protection (10 options), variable watt with power boost (10 options), Bypass mode (power limited by output current <20A), or the (very) accurate variable temperature mode (when using a temp-control wire type.)
The body is made from anodized aluminum, available in (3) water transfer colors with a stainless steel top & bottom cap. It features a top mounted OLED display and a three button operation to easily scroll through the menu with one hand for selecting the desired program. For a mod packed with so many features, it is an easy menu to navigate.
The Dani Box is precision machined in Germany and backed by a two year warranty on the electronics*.
“DICODES. There is no substitute, why settle for anything less!”
Width: 2.13 inches
Length: 3.19 inches
Depth: .1.22 inches narrowing down to .95 inches
Recommended Batteries (not included)
AW IMR 26650 4200mAh - Flat Top Battery required.
Dicodes Instruction Manual & Support:
Two year warranty covers manufacturing faults within the electronic component of the device only. Opening the device, other than the battery cap to change the battery, will void the warranty.
Please Note: In order for the temperature control settings to function, a coil made from NiFe30, Titanium, Ni200, Tungsten, adjustable („other“) wire must be used, no exceptions. Coils made with Standard Nichrome or Kanthal A1 wire will only support wattage mode, so the temperature control feature cannot be utilized.
The Dicodes no. 6 is a beautiful piece, very classy. I got the gold paisley edition; some of the paisleys are the same shape of the top and bottom of the mod; ties in very nicely. The body shines since it does have a clear coat on it, like a car has a clear coat over the paint. In this case, this Porsche of mods has a very nice finish; a NIssan 350z is a nice car, like a lot of mods you find, but it just doesn't match the quality and performance of a Porsche. Also, the clear coat makes the mod a little grippy. I knew right away the device was accurate- I put a new coil (clapton) on the deck and as soon as i fired to adjust I could see it was strong, even and consistent. It has a lot of features with it- I tend to use the power boost mode, which it has 10 different settings for; you can set it for 3 different initial boosts or 7 others which include intermittent boosts throughout the pull. You can also set the device to drop power intermittently to avoid dry hits. I can't give you the rundown of all the features here but in my opinion there is something here for every type of vapor. The Temp control on this device is the best I've found (never did try the dna). I'm holding off on temp control right now until i find the optimal wire for that application. They do include a sample of their own wire which they say is geared for temp control- they only supply 28 gauge (i think) right now and I can't make claptons out of that. The mod is very comfortable, fits perfectly in the hand- the buttons are off set on the front, wrapping a little further around the curve (which is right where your trigger finger lands. They put a lot of engineering into this piece and it shows. I have no complaints with this mod and no complaints about the price- well worth it. Here's what I did with mine: I went and bought a screen protector for a phone, the biggest one i could find, and wrapped the body of the mod with it. Now I have a wrap for the mod and I still have the original finish shining through. It takes a little craftsmanship to install the screen protector but if you're good with your hands you can get it done. Note: if you get a bubble, pop it- it won't work itself out due to the finish underneath. If you watched the review PBusardo (youtube) did, don't listen to that guy when he complains about the user friendliness of the device- it's just like anything else you use, when you perfect the menu then there is no problem. Thanks for letting me share- if you decide to buy the no. 6 i think you'll be glad you did