Thanks for checking out my review of the Famovape Magma Box mod which was provided directly from Famovape. Specs: Dimension: 87*48.5*25mm Material: Zinc Alloy Display: 0.96 inch TFT color screen Power range: 5-200W Temperature range: 100℃-300℃/200℉-570℉ Input Voltage: 6.4V-8.4V Output Voltage: 1.0V-7.5V Max output current: 40A Battery Capacity: Dual 18650 Power Mode POWER/SS/NI/TI Minimum Resistance: 0.08 ohms Atomizer resistance range: 0.08-3.0 Supported Wire materials: ss/ni200/Ti USB charge: USB charge: DC 5V/2A Package Includes: Magma Box Mod Warranty Card User Card USB Cable Available in multiple colors: Getting to know the Famovape Magma mod Famovape is not new but may be new to you, me as well since this is the first product from them I have ever had. A friend of mine had picked up the Magma mod and I have to admit, I liked the look of his blue resin mod so when they approached me I agreed to a review. I was also VERY impressed with Famovape when they read a post and responded: https://vapingcommunity.co.uk/t/think-before-buying-the-famovape-magma-update/1178/15?u=mjag . I don't think I have personally ever seen a mfg respond like that and hope they keep it up. I asked for the blue resin panel and as a backup, in case the blue resin wasn’t available, the black and white Shadow version. Guess the blue was out but to my surprise, they sent the Arcanom (blue/green/purple) and also the Shadow. Lucky me, someone had given me a purple tank awhile back so finally have a mod to match…..Win! One of the first things I noticed was the purple Arcanom version has a decent amount of button rattle, both the up/down and fire button. The black/white Shadow has no button rattle, maybe the Arcanom version is a prior run and they fixed the button rattle in the later Shadow version? Seems odd but aside from a little different text on the bottom they appear identical, aside from color. The 510 plate is slightly raised over the body, good for not scratching the paint but bad if you detest a small gap under your tank. Doesn’t look bad to me but something that should be pointed out. Aside from the button rattle on the Arcanom purple version, it is a solid feeling mod. A little play on the battery door if you slide it with your thumb up/down and side to side but does not move unless you intentionally try to. The 510 made good contact with every tank I tried and read the ohms pretty spot on. Not a lot of throw on the 510 pin but never encountered a problem with it. I do know the first run was afflicted with a 510 problem so I am glad they addressed it, gotta give a company props for addressing a problem and fixing it. I know my friends 510 was faulty and they sent him a replacement after they saw his post on a forum, very impressed with that. It is a simple yet solid mod but I still had to partially take it apart. I get joy giving Steampugs more nightmares of what I would do to his mods if he ever left them in my care…..muhahahaha.. Wasn’t able to get a good pic of the 510 innards as the connecting wires are short. What I did see looks solid though. Nice and bright screen and you can change the color if you want. The menu system is simple enough, 3 clicks and you're in to select modes like Watts, Ni, Ti, SS TC and Bypass. You can also select the color of the screen and clear your puff counter, that’s it. To adjust wattage in TC is it 2 clicks of the fire button but you are limited to 80 watts….ugh. Not the most comfortable to hold but a lot better than the original Drag mod, I would choose the Magma over the original Drag every time. Overall I feel it is a clean looking mod and the fit and finish on both are clean and remained so during my 3 weeks + evaluation time.