First, let me start out with a brief history lesson. In October of 2010, I was introduced to the world of vaping by a co-worker. After taking a puff of his, I immediately knew I wanted one. I wanted one bad enough, that I went straight to the mall after work that day. After spending an enormous amount of money, I left the mall with a basic 808 kit with pre-filled cartomizers. Since that day I have been 100% analog free! I have also spent countless hours online researching what other products were available and planning my next purchase. Yes…I realize that I pretty much got scammed at the mall, but it doesn’t upset me. After All, It was that purchase that started me on my journey into vaping. After moving through the ranks from a standard 510 to an eGo, from pre-filled cartomizers to dripping, and from standard to LR atomizers… I graduated to my first mod – The Copper R2V2 from atmosusa.biz
Let me start off by saying that I can not be more pleased with my purchase. I ordered my Copper with a 510 connection and batteries for both 3.7v/6v vaping. I chose not to get it clear coated. As the brass ages and oxidizes, it is making my Copper unique. I’m a nuts and bolts type of person, so I find this very appealing. If you want to keep it looking “pristine”, get it clear coated. My first impression of the device was that it was a tad bit LARGE. Compared to an eGo, it is large…compared to most other mods, it’s not. After spending a couple days with the Copper, I’ve come to realize that it is the perfect size. The initial shock has worn off and it feels right at home in my hand. The overall build quality of the device is excellent. All the threads are cut very deep and precise. The Copper has a very unique design that eliminates the need for any wires or switches. Pressing down on the atomizer connection completes the circuit directly to the battery and the unit fires. It’s a simple design that eliminates any type of failure that could result from a conventional switch. It takes a little while to get used to activating it this way. For the first couple hours of use… I kept pressing an “invisible” button. After that though, using the Copper became second nature. There is one downfall to this system though. There isn’t a way to lock the atomizer connection from being pressed. If you plan on carrying it in your pocket, purse, backpack, etc; – REMOVE the atty or carto. I have been carrying it around in my jacket pocket still connected and haven’t had any problems yet. I could see it possibly being a problem in the pocket of jeans or in my wife’s purse rattling around. Aside from that, there is nothing else but praise for the Copper.
I would highly recommend the Copper. It’s a high quality, well designed, built to last device. It probably won’t be my last mod I purchase, but I’m sure that it will last the tests of time and always be in my collection. The Copper R2V2 and it’s siblings can be found at atmosusa.biz