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- Uwell Caliburn Device - Nic Salt Pod System
- Color - Black / Blue
- USB Charging | Removable 520mAh Battery | LED Battery Indicator | Plug & Play Capability
- Fixed 11W Output | 1.4 Ohm Coil Resistance
- Easy Top Fill | 2ml Tank | Cheap & Long-Lasting Replacement Pods
- Excellent Flavor | Guaranteed With Our Nic Salts
- Inhale-Responsive Activation + Manual Button
- Gold-Plated Magnetic Snap-In Connection
- Short-Circuit Protection | 10 Second Cut Off Protection | Low Power Alert
- Safety Lock (5 Clicks)
- Height/Width/Depth/Weight : 110 mm / 21.2 mm / 11.6 mm / 30g
- Material : Aluminium Alloy, Polypropylene, Polycarbonate, ABS
- Maximum Wattage : 11 W
- Resistance Range : 1.4 Ω ± 0.1 Ω
- Battery Capacity : 520 mAh
- E-Liquid Capacity : 2 ml
- 1.4 Ω Pods
- Side & Bottom Airflow
- Pro-FOCS Flavor Technology
- Draw Activated / Manual Button
- LED Battery Life Indicator Light
- How To Turn The Device ON/OFF: Like many vape systems, the Uwell Caliburn relies on a button sequence to turn the device both on and off. With the device in hand, press the firing button 5 times to turn the device on. Repeat the process to turn the device off. When storing the device away, in your pocket or handbag, it’s recommended that you turn the device off when not in use. This is an additional feature of the device to protect children.
- Device Activation Explained: There is no superior method of vaping by default. In fact, you can use it as a draw activated device or a button-activated device. However, what Uwell has done was made the device to default to the latter in the event that one method fails. For instance, if you’re pressing the firing button and the button isn’t working for some odd reason, the system will automatically disable the button mechanism and resort to its draw activated method.
- Understanding The Power Output: The power output of this device isn’t based on a wattage number, however, the manufacturer does share that the Caliburn can reach up to 11W. To achieve the 11W output, the device uses a combination of its coil and battery to deliver the output if the conditions are correct. The Caliburn uses a direct voltage output, which means the power output is determined by the current state of the battery. For instance, if your battery is fully charged, you will receive a better performance than if it were halfway charged.
- How To Fill The Pod/Cartridge: Filling the pod is super easy with the Caliburn. Each pod has a 2ML e-liquid capacity with a top fill design. This means all you will have to do is detach the drip tip from the pod itself to reveal the dual fill ports. Once the fill ports are exposed, simply fill the pod with e-liquid until you reach the fill line.
- How To Install The Pod: Another fascinating part of the device is its magnetic connection. This magnetic connection makes it so that you can simply slide the pod onto the device and it automatically clicks into place due to the strong magnets that secure it.
- Understanding The Pod’s Coil: The Uwell Caliburn Coil is integrated into each Caliburn Replacement Pod. The coil is designed for nicotine salt e-liquids and features a 1.4-ohm parallel coil, which is created to fully atomize the e-liquid and provide a better flavor, a larger vapor production, and a smoother throat hit.
What's the hype about?
- Great Flavor
- Long Lasting Pods
- Great Battery Life
- Solid Build Quality
How easy is it to Use?
Really Easy! The device is ready to go out of the box as it comes fully charged. No real instructions are needed as the device itself is very straightforward. Simply take the device out, remove the drip-tip from a pod, and fill it up with our handcrafted salt e-liquid. Let the liquid sit in the pod for about 5 minutes before beginning use on a fresh pod.
We believe in making vaping as easy and convenient as possible, and the caliburn fits the bill.
How long does the battery last?
Though the raw specs of the device's battery are not very impressive (especially when used to the specs of a sub-ohm device) you will find that in actuality the battery should last you most of a day if not an entire day. The caliburn has no taper-off so that means it will continue to hit as perfectly at 20% as it does at 100% charge.
The device itself charges from dead to full in about 15 minutes. From personal experience I can tell you that I need to charge my caliburns on average once a day even if I am chain vaping.
How long do the pods last?
On average you should be able to get roughly 3 weeks to a month on each caliburn pod when using our handcrafted salts.
When using regular commercial nic salts which contain high amounts of sucralose your mileage may vary.
What juice can I use with it?
Both Freebase And Nic Salt Juice Works With The Caliburn.
Optimal PG/VG Ratio for the Caliburn is around 60/40. Most commercial nic salt products are produced at a 50/50 ratio which might cause heavy leaking / spitback.
The Caliburn and TBD Liquids are a matched made in heaven—a real peanut butter and jelly combo. After reading about this combo on Reddit, I figured I'd give it a try, especially since the price was equal to two pod packs from Juul. Once my shipment arrived, I filled the pod with juice and let it sit for the 10 minutes recommended. While waiting, I figured that I'd try to refill a Juul pod with the TBD juice. Bleh, it sucked. Good thing the wait was over so I could try out the Caliburn. HOLY Jeebus... the first hit was pure bliss. Almost perfect draw, and one I'd say is comparable to the Juul. The flavor was just right without being overly sweet. TBD Liquids weren't kidding when they said that their juice was developed with the Caliburn in mind.
I was a little worried about the device being bigger than the Juul but it's sleek enough that I don't mind it. Trying to use the Juul after was lackluster. The only issue I've run into with the Caliburn is some spit back here and there. To fix that, I remove the cap and use a q-tip to remove the juice from the two fill holes, use some rolled up paper towel and stuff it down the middle draw tube to soak up any juice, and finally wipe up all juice reside in the cap. I've notice that after doing this, the draw is tight and with less spit back. Also, lighter puffs seem to result in the best hit. Don't suck on it like a direct lung hit!
Bought one of these a while ago, immediately bought another one, lost my second device in Colombia and needed another second vape, tbd came in clutch with the labor day deal, and shipped Hella quick. I didn't understand what they meant by "made for caliburn" juices, but now I get it... No other brand has hit so well in caliburn pods. Super flavor, super vapor, super hit. Love 'em
The Uwell Caliburn is such an amazing Pod system that TBDLiquids will give you one, or charge just their cost, because they don’t want you to try their Juices with any other device. If that endorsement doesn’t get you to try the Caliburn, well, I guess you deserve to pay too much for another device that’s doesn’t deliver half the flavor, quality, or the Pod life of the Caliburn. Once you try it, every other Brand Name Pod System is just wasted money. Oh and go ahead and see what other sites charge for the Device and the Pods. Right here at TBD Liquids is where you will return. Oh did I mention their nic-salt Juices! Oh man, get ready to experience everything amazing that nic-salt ejuice can be!
I have tried a lot of the salt nic devices out there and this one it is pretty amazing! did not leak at all for me and no dry burn hits. The juice I bought however could have used a bit more flavor the mango and lychee. The cereal fiend one was a perfect amount of flavor. I used 55mg juice. I can't think of anything bad to say about this device itself and it was really cheap too. So, I have only had it a week so far, so, so far so good.
It's just so good because the flavor is the best on the market IMO, the device is cheap, but the best part is that the pods last WEEKS!!! Not days like other pod systems. Great device only issue is that they aren't the most sturdy devices. I've broke 2 already. One the charge port broke and the other I accidentally dropped it and the switch got stuck. After it died I couldn't turn it back on.
Honestly they should have made the device more durable and removed the fire button.