If you’ve ever used a SMOK product in the last year, you’re more than half way there. Three clicks to access the menu. Then you have your standard menu functions: Mode, Puff count, Initial Ohm adjustment, TCR, Screen menu and Power ON/Off. Nothing new, just your typical SMOK interface.
The screen is bright and easy to read, reminiscent of your standard DNA-style devices.
Like every OSUB mod, the wattage adjustment buttons are reversed, for whatever reason. (The upper adjustment button will lower your wattage, while the lower one increases it.) Luckily you have the option of rotating the screen. Once you do that, the up and down buttons make a lot more sense.