asMODus' latest effort to produce a compact yet powerful single battery squonk device, the Pumper, takes several design cues that are obviously adopted from their two previous stabilized wood bottom feed mods, featuring a direct voltage method of output that provides a performance-oriented mechanical style of vaping.
Integrated into the Pumper is a minimalist chipset that allows for an output of up to 80W while granting several layers of protection normally only found in variable wattage regulated box mods, including short-circuit, low resistance, low voltage, overheat, and over current protections to make the Pumper accessible to even the most inexperienced of builders, with any issues indicated by the intuitive battery status indicator LED.
One of two versions available, the Pumper-18 is the 18650 variation, making use of a high-drain 18650 Li-ion battery to power the gorgerous stabilized wood and chrome-finished aluminum device.
Constructed around an improved siphon system based on the original SSS found in the asMODus Spruzza, the bottom feed design of the Pumper features a fully redesigned juice reservoir with an incredibly convenient top-fill method of use that reduces the amount of leakage to virtually zero while granting quick access through the pressure-fitted pump system that is simply removed with a quarter turn of the cap.
The lever actuated squonk bottle ensures that the perfect amount of juice is fed through the internal polymer and stainless juice channel every time the user pumps the bottle, eliminating the mess created by over-squonking.
A perfect device for those looking for a simple yet effective vape that suits a mobile lifestyle while also avoiding the mess typically associated with bottom feed devices, the Pumper-18 is a gorgeous little beast of a device that couldn't be more simple to use.