I ran tests at resistances of 0.11 ohms, 0.15 ohms, 0.2 ohms, and 0.49 ohms.
The lowest resistance of 0.11 ohms allows me to test the max amperage of the mod. It capped out at 44 amps which is very good for a dual-battery mod. Anything higher than 40 is above average. That’s a max output of 213 watts with a 0.11-ohm coil, which is very impressive for a dual-battery mod. Outside of that, at 0.11 ohms, the mod hits anywhere from 1-14 watts lower than the actual setting. It’s much more accurate under 100 watts. This is normal behavior for most dual-battery mods at this resistance
Most dual-battery mods reach their max wattage in the 0.14 to 0.2-ohm resistance range.
For my test at 0.15 ohms, the mod maxed out at 231 watts, meeting its promised specifications. It’s also extremely accurate at this resistance; it’s never being off by more than one watt, which is very impressive.
At 0.2 ohms, it maxed out at 234 watts, hitting its max wattage. At 200 watts it was 6 watts higher, but under 200 watts it was never off by more than 2 watts. Again, an excellent performance for a dual battery mod and much better than most.