The domain of experienced vapers and those with some serious knowledge regarding Ohm’s law, amperage calculations, and battery c-ratings, mechanical mods do away with all internal circuitry and consist of little more than an exterior casing, conductive wiring leading to the atomizer, and a fire button. With an unregulated mechanical mod there are no OLED screens, adjustment buttons to fiddle with, or safety features and, as an unregulated mod, the power output of the unit decreases as the battery gets closer to being depleted. While mechanical mods may lack features and might appear to some as an antiquated way of vaping with no place in the modern world, they actually present a number of advantages and in a lot of ways make for a superior option over regulated mods when it comes to coil building. Besides being insanely durable, hard to break, and easy to fix, test firing coils during building is easy and trouble free on a mechanical mod with no internal circuitry or safety settings to get in the way. With this lack of regulation, however, comes a bit of extra danger and unregulated mechanical mods put users at distinctly higher risk of short circuits or other catastrophic failures if used improperly, meaning mechanical mods are best left to coil builders with years of experience under their belt. If you are well versed in coil building and have a firm understanding of the flow of current, a mechanical mod like Crossbones mod from Death Wish Modz or the Ruby 24 mod from Kennedy will make a superb choice when it comes to ease of coil building and superior vaping output. Especially great when it comes to sub ohm vaping, mechanical mods are a favorite of competitive cloud chasers everywhere, and Vape Superstore’s collection definitely has something for everybody.