The Fuchai Glo from Sigelei is like a $20 bill on the sidewalk: it captures your attention immediately and refuses to let it go. Similarly, the Fuchai Glo is the center of attention as soon as it enters the room, converting conversations and garnering glances as it passes. The single, large, and largely translucent stripe bordering the bottom circumference of the device shines bright, rain or shine, as a reflection of the vaper's own personality. Fittingly, the response of this RGB LED strip can be user-customized for a truly personal vaping experience. Under the chassis, a hefty 230W output and a fully featured TC module provide the exceptionally reliable performance that defines the Fuchai series, and a full color TFT display presents all relevant information in a quickly understood and easily navigated UI. The side-mounted USB port provides dual compatibility with firmware updates as well as charging at up to 2.5A in current, and a comprehensive safety protection suite ensures total safety when using one of the most capable and captivating vaping platforms available.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Understanding how to handle and care for Lithium type batteries is very important and should always be practiced. Lithium type batteries are very sensitive to charging characteristics and may explode or flame if mishandled. We recommend using 18650 batteries capable of high-drain amperage with this device, such as the LG HG2 or the Samsung 30Q. DO NOT charge your batteries overnight or while unattended for a prolonged period of time! Always charge your batteries in a fire-proof surface/area and DO NOT expose them to high temperatures (e.g. inside your car). DO NOT expose the battery's terminals to metal objects or immerse in water/liquid. We are not responsible for any damage if there is any misuse, abuse or modification of the batteries and/or chargers in any shape or form (including pack making). Furthermore, Electric Vapor Cigarettes LLC (a.k.a. EVcigarettes.com) will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, property damage, or defect that is caused by misuse, abuse or modification of Lithium batteries and/or chargers.