Sigelei’s Fuchai 213, one of its popular line of mods, is out with an updated, revamped version of the original Fuchai, rebranded as Fuchai 213 Plus. What the Fuchai 213 is primarily known for is that it can deliver up to 213 watts of power. With the new Fuchai, vapers can now fire up to 223 watts—hence the name 213 Plus.
Aside from the increased range of power, the new Fuchai offers a new skin constructed from zinc alloy and aluminum alloy, making for a study feel and heightened durability. The mod also boasts an improved OLED display which uses alternating colors that are indicative of the battery life and intensity of power. The screen shows a single vertical bar (the mod supports dual 18650 batteries) that will be a white color when the battery is fully charged and slowly turns orange and then red as it drains. The wattage/temperature number also changes color from white to orange to red as you up the power. This festive, multicolored display sure adds a nice touch, and may serve as a refreshing change for those who were growing weary of the static white on black OLED vape screens. The display also informs the user of the common stats such as resistance, voltage, current, puff count, and time fired.
The 213 Plus comes loaded with TC mode, an indispensable function nowadays, at least in the realm of regulated mods. The user is free to choose among stainless steel, Ni200, and titanium wire in TC mode and given the option to set the TCR for more optimal personalization. You can store up to five different resistances when using TCR which allows you to play around and find the ideal temperature to vape at. In both TC and wattage modes, the resistance range varies from 0.1-3.0 ohm.
In terms of the mod’s purely physical design, there exists little to no difference from the previous Fuchai 213. The mod is the same rectangular box shape that it was before with the fire button set at the very top of the mod, the control buttons and the OLED screen situated to the side, and the magnetized pop-up battery door at the bottom. The 213 Plus is certainly flashier, however, what with its colorful OLED screen mentioned earlier and being sold in black, red, green, orange, or blue. The mod is still solidly compact in design, with an easy and firm grip.
Even with its upgrades, Sigelei’s Fuchai remains easy on the wallet, offering an excellent value for a mod packing all the essential features and more. Currently, the 213 Plus can be bought for as low as $63 online and anywhere between $85 to over $100 in stores.