The revolutionary Delta Ⅱ, features an user-friendly
adjustment of air inflow. With the Liquid Valve Control (LVC) head on
the new changeable sub ohm coil, Delta Ⅱ can be used on a wide range of
wattage from 20 watts to 45 watts. And the all stainless steel
construction creates an environmental puff. Besides, the Delta Ⅱ also
has a changeable RBA option.
LVC atomizer head also has another two choices for you to go
with Variable Temperature (VT) Control System of eVic-VT.
They are LVC-Ti (Titanium) and LVC-Ni (Nickel 200), respectively supporting VT-Ti (Titanium)/ VT-Ni (Nickel 200) modes.
LVC-Ni (Nickel 200)
Diameter of Ni: 0.25mm
Temperature recommended: 500-550˚F
Summit wattage: 60W
Diameter of Ti: 0.4mm
Temperature recommended: 450-500˚F
Summit wattage: 60W
1× Delta Ⅱ Mouthpiece
1× Delta Ⅱ Tube
1× Delta Ⅱ Base
2× Delta II LVC head(0.5ohm)
Delta II Atomizer: Height: 70.5mm
Shift between LVC Atomizer Head and RBA coil.
Delta II LVC (Liquid Valve Control) atomizer head, with 0.5ohm
resistance, can create huge cloud production. Also, rotate the ring on
the head clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the liquid valve.
Customers need to choose suitable battery which matches
Sub Coil, which does NOT support low-wattage batteries.
Delta II RBA coil is convenient for customers to rebuild and
replace coils as they wish and is economical but not low-end for better
All-metal top to bottom, being stainless and anti-corrosive, plus three glass transparent windows.
Adjustment of Airflow
Rotate the ring on the atomizer base clockwise or counterclockwise to adjust the inlet valve.
Unscrew the atomizer tube from the Delta Ⅱ base. Simply
refill e-Liquid into the hole from the bottom along the inwall of Delta Ⅱ
1.Please DO NOT refill the e-liquid into the small hole in the center of the atomizer tube.
2.When you unscrew the Delta Ⅱ base from the atomizer tube,
the atomizer head may become loose, so do remember to tighten it before
re-screw the atomizer base on the tube.
Replacement of Atomizer Head
Unscrew the atomizer cone, the atomizer head is located on the base, just unscrew it and replace a new one.