Keeping with the centered 510 the Xfeng, the Xfeng differs in that it has a side fire button. It’s a departure from the centralized firing button of its predecessor. Also, this Wolf gets away from the hinged battery door in lieu of a battery panel branded with zodiac signs that appear to be held by beefy magnets. And this mod sports no flashing lights (is that already played out?).
An unanswered question is: Has anything changed besides the body? The original TC suite was said to be inconsistent and faulty with no available updates to be (easily) found. For the Xfeng to not just look the part, it needs to be able to do what it says as well. Not just in watts, but all its advertised electronic features. Is that asking too much?
For those vapers out there that just use power mode, this would likely be a decent mod. The power mode of these mods is not really in question. Anthony was able to achieve 192 watts (tested) with the Vfeng. That’s pretty good, though still shy of the mod’s promise. He rated the Vfeng as a legitimate (close-enough) 200-watt mod, but referring to it only as a “good watts mod”. If all you care about is watts, the Xfeng may be a something to consider since it likely uses the same chipset as the Vfeng.
I know there are fans of the Vfeng out there. How has your experience been? Would you want another one just in a different body, like the Xfeng? Sound off in the comments section.