The Hcigar VT250 houses three 18650’s and is capable of 250W of raw power or temperature control. Its board uses cell by cell trickle technology to ensure accurate charging, however we highly recommend using an external charger to get the maximum usage out of your batteries.
The battery door is magnetic with some subtle branding on it. The batteries connect via the same micro-USB port used for firmware upgrades via the Escribe software.
I have been hooked on using the Vaporesso Nebula lately, and the VT250 has a similar vibe.
It also has a nice bright LED screen and a big fat fire button. Last but not least, it’s chassis is made of out zinc alloy which hopefully strikes a nice balance between lightweight and durable.