BP MODS Warhammer Review by Toby

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A review today for a single 18650 battery box mod, this is the Warhammer by BP Mods. This was supplied by the folks over at Health Cabin. Over there, you will find all the latest and greatest in vape hardware, e-liquids, and vape accessories. All products are at very competitive pricing, but make sure you register an account at Health Cabin and log in to see the best prices.

So it’s been a few months since we looked at something that wasn’t a pod kit or AIO, so let’s see how the Warhammer comes and how it behaves!

Packaging & Contents

The Warhammer by BP Mods comes in a sealed bright Orange box with a small cardboard outer sleeve. The main Orange box has the BP Mods title and logo on the top. On top of the outer sleeve is a printed Orange graphic of 2 crossed Warhammer’s with a printed title and ‘Single 18650 Box Mod’ printed above. On one side of the sleeve is the printed BP Mods title and logo and on the other side is their social media info.

On the bottom of the outer sleeve is the printed title, package contents, available colours, warnings, and contact info for BP Mods. There are also 2 stickers, one is the scratch for authenticity label and the other is the barcode, which is also printed with the colour of the device inside.

  • BP Mods Warhammer Mod
  • Type-C Cable
  • User Manual

Design & Spec

The Warhammer by BP Mods is a simple single 18650 battery device (obviously no 18650 battery is supplied in the box). Its wattage can be powered from 5W to 60W. The Warhammer is a portable device measuring just under 80mm in length, 40mm in width, and a depth of 24mm. It is a light device weighing just 90g with the main body built with Zinc Alloy, so it is a rugged little thing despite its weight. It runs three power modes; variable Wattage, variable Voltage, and Temp Control.

The front of the Warhammer has the circular main power/fire button at the top in a sort of snakeskin texture. Below is the 0.91″ monochrome TFT display screen, that sits side-on above the up and down buttons. At the bottom beneath the buttons and screen is the Type-C charge port.

Next to the buttons and around the side and most of the back is the removable battery door that simply slides off the side and is held by magnets. This battery door is again in a rippled snakeskin-style texture as part of the design. Under the battery door within the battery bay are the printed BP Mods logo, title, and serial number. At the top of the device mounted on one side is the 510 port that accommodates atomisers up to 24mm.

The Warhammer by BP Mods is available to purchase in 8 different colours; White (as reviewed), Black, Brown, Pink, Blue, Green, Orange and Purple. You can find them in all of these colours over at Health Cabin!

Settings

To power the Warhammer on or off, it is the usual 5 successive clicks of the power/fire button. To key lock or unlock the device, hold both the up and down buttons together.

You can enter the menu on the Warhammer by pressing the power/fire button 3 times in succession. You then scroll through each option within the menu screen via the up and down buttons and press the fire button to lock in your mode choice. These are between Power (wattage), Voltage, Temp Control and Bypass mode. There is also a ‘System’ option which opens a secondary menu. This includes other options; Boost, Sleep (sets the time of screen display before going off), and Bright (selects display brightness). Again, while within your menu option, you can adjust via the up and down buttons for your selection.

The display screen shows all the relevant info. The Power is a larger font with the current vaping mode and battery level displayed on the right of it. On the left of the display is the current voltage and resistance, though this will depend on what mode you have the Warhammer currently in.

My Thoughts

The Warhammer by BP Mods is a simple user-friendly compact device. Its design is sleek-looking and fits nicely in an average-sized hand, though it might feel a bit small for larger-handed people, especially while fiddling with the up and down buttons. It’s a stealthy device while on the move for those opting to use a tank on a mod instead of a pod system, although it only accommodates around a 24mm sized atomiser without starting to give tank overhang.

The device runs up to 60W max power so is perfect for an MTL device or a lower-wattage DTL with a smaller tank. During my use of the Warhammer, I found the battery to last well before needing a charge. There is a Type-C USB charge port but as always, I recommend treating your 18650’s with kid gloves and using a separate certified battery charger.

For a comfortable-to-hold, stylish-looking single-battery mod, you can’t go wrong opting for the Warhammer device and would recommend it for any seasoned vaper, who wants a smaller device maybe while on the move.

To purchase the Warhammer by BP Mods, head on over to Health Cabin and make sure you register and log in to your account before purchasing! Thanks for reading!

This review was written by Toby from The Vape Reviews, click to view original review there with more photos.

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