Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Dovpo M VV II Mod. Please see bottom for disclaimers and links. Note: This is not marked as a sample version Introduction: The Dopvo M VV II Mod is the latest mod from little known company Dovpo. I haven’t reviewed a ton of their products, but I did love their M VV mod a few years back, and their topside and topside dual squonk mods were also pretty good so overall solid company form my limited experience as of late. I also recently reviewed their D-salt pod kit and have their new blotto review coming soon as well. The M VV II is a dual 18650 VV (variable Voltage) mod rated at 280 watts you adjust with a pot (potentiometer) on the front. It’s available in 3 colors all with a black frame and just different panel designs which are Skull and Roses, Dragon Samurai, and Hannya. Looking Around online I see them available out of china only and for around 27-35 bucks. Manufacturer's Specs: Zinc alloy + PC construction Output voltage: 1-8V Max power 280 watts Operating voltage: 6.4V-8.4V Resistance range: 0.08-3.5ohm Overheat protection Overtime vaping warning Battery reversal protection Powered by dual 18650 batteries (batteries sold separately) LED indicator to show the battery life New aesthetic colorful look and stylish designs 510 threading connection USB Type-C charging port Included in box: M VV II Box Mod USB Type-C Cable User Manual Picture Album album Initial Impressions and features When I first got this Mod, I was pretty surprised since there aren’t a ton of dual battery mods being made these days anymore and even more rare is a VV mod. Last one I reviewed was the benecig killer over a year ago and since then I think the only other one made was one by ijoy. It’s a style of mod that isn’t made to often so I was happy to see that. I also loved the original M VV mod which is still IMO the best VV mod overall and was super cheap at around 30 bucks and can still be found at that price so I was curious if this mod would live up to that. I personally Didn’t care for the artwork panels though but that’s like just my opinion. I liked the plain designs of the original better. The original also had a metal body and a soft coating on them while this new one is made of PC (polycarbonate) so it’s lighter. The other main difference is the battery meter and that this one has a USB C port. Overall though I did like it outside of that artwork to start. Performance (chart and spreadsheet in picture album) Now let’s get into some data. I ran my normal testing. I used Sony VTC5A batteries for the testing. Testing resistances were done at .1, .17, .2, and .63 ohms. Also please note since it’s a pot and not a digital screen I did my best to line up the 2, 3 and 4 the same every time but could be slight variances. The 1 and 5 settings are easy as it’s all the way in one direction. It’s made to give a basic guide as to what to expect at each setting as well as test the max and minimum output which is important on these mods. With a .1 ohm build I got 143 watts and 38 amps max. The max amps is average for a dual battery mod these days. 3.787 was the max volts at that resistance (limited by the amps) and the minimum I got was .736V and 5 watts so very good voltage and wattage range. With a .17 build I got max watts of 218 so way short the 280w listed, which was the same issue with the original. The voltage range was .736 to 6.101 and the wattage range 3 to 219 so very good. With a .2 ohm build I got max 213 watts and the voltage range was .842 to 6.522 and wattage range of 4 to 213 so very good again. With a .63 ohm build I got a voltage range of .842 to 7.994 and a wattage range of 1 to 101. Very good once again. They do list all the major specs as well. They list 280 watts max, but fall way short of that at 219. They list max amps at 45 which again they fall short of and 40 would have been a more fair rating, however both the amp limit and watt limit are good by today's standards for a dual battery mod. 38 amps and 219 watts. They list the Voltage range at 1-8V output which is the widest range Ive seen in any of these mass produced VV mods and a big reason I love them and they rating is great and on point since my range tested was .736-7.994. Overall I felt the performance of this mod was really good. Very similar maybe even the same and same chip as the original one. It has a wide voltage range I love. Compared with the last VV mod I tested which was the benecig killer, the dovpo M VV II has a lower watt and amp max, but realistically speaking I don’t recommend vaping over 150 watts anyway on a dual 18650 mod and this one does almost 220 and most people aren’t vaping that high anyway and the same goes for the amp limit which is more than enough and in line with most mods even if it’s a little shorter than the killer. It does have a much better voltage range then the killer which is why i love these mods and find them to perform better. My only complain on this is the overrated specs. Simplified TLDR Power Performance summary Mod performance is really good. Nice wide range for a VV mod (.736V to 7.994V), Max watts 219, max amps 38 both good numbers for a dual 18650 mod however both short of the listed rates.