Sigelei has released another great mod in the Fuchai Series, the Glo. With 230 Watts, and a solid chipset, this mod stands out with its customizable LED light bar. It's a bit more subtle, and incorporated into the design in such a way that when off, it adds to the accent and stylized engineering to the chassis. It's both minimalist but edgy at the same time, and a nice over all mod.
The advanced chipset allows this mod to integrate a full-color OLED display with a handful of options to personalize usage. This chipset allows the Fuchai GLO Mod to reach wattage ranges from 10-230 W and features a wide-ranging temperature control suite including TCR and TFR options.
Wattage Range: 10W-230W
Voltage Input: 6.4V-8.4V
Voltage Output: 1.07V-7.5V
Resistance Range: 0.05Ω-3.00Ω
Operating Modes: Power/SS/Ti1/Ni200/TCR
Temperature Range: 100°C-300°C/200°F-570°F
Full-Color Control Face
6-Color LED Strip and Fire Button
0.96” TFT OLED Screen
Three Button Operation
Size: 88mm x 47.3mm x 32.3mm
Main Material: Aluminum Alloy and Zinc Alloy
Requires 2 x 18650 Batteries (BATTERIES NOT INCLUDED)
1x Sigelei Fuchai GLO 230W Mod
1x Micro USB Cable
1x Users Manual
My Take: This is a simple but solid mod. I had hesitated but after seeing people's experiences and the value we brought em' in. These are nice mods. I like the subtlety of the LED's, since I'm admittedly a fan. It's nice to be able to have them incorporated fully into the chassis as a main design element. If they're off, it isn't a bar around the screen, it's a "translucent" section to break the monotony of a usual mod's appearance. I find it minimalist and cool, and then you turn the LED on, and it becomes PARTY TIME!... but seriously. This mod performs. First and foremost that's what matters. It's solid, and thus if it's in your niche or needs, I consider it a solid and worthy choice, and another great value.