Arc GTi

£49.99

The TECC arc GTi kit sets a new standard for the best-selling arc range. Offering vapers up to 80W of power and a 3000mAh built-in battery, the arc GTi will see you through a full day vaping with ease. A crisp and clear OLED screen displays all of your key vaping information, including wattage settings, remaining battery life and coil resistance for ease of use. Adjusting the wattage is quick and easy; simply push the small adjustment buttons up or down to select a power that’s right for you.

The arc GTi also features a USB-C charging port, allowing for quick and convenient recharging. When using a suitable wall plug, the GTi battery can be recharged in just an hour and a half, meaning less time waiting and more time vaping. The addition of USB-C not only speeds up charging time, but eliminates the need to connect the cable in a certain way, which provides additional convenience.

The arc GTi is supplied with the TECC GT Air tank, which utilises the push-fit GT coils. These coils can provide clouds of vapour if using the optional 0.6ohm mesh variant, or a more restricted, MTL experience with the supplied 1.2ohm coil for vapors who prefer to use high strength nicotine, including nic salts. A fully adjustable airflow is present which can be tweaked to provide a more tailored vaping experience.

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Description

 

Kit Contents

  • 1 x arc GTi battery
  • 1 x GT Air tank
  • 2 x GT coils (1 fitted)
  • 1 x USB-C cable
  • 1 x User manual
  • Spare parts

Specifications

  • Tank capacity – 1.8ml
  • Coil resistance – 1.2ohm
  • Battery capacity – 3000mAh
  • Output modes – VW/TC (Ni,Ti,SS,TCR-M1,M2,M3) with preheat available
  • Wattage range – 1-80W
  • Temperature range – 100-315°C/200-600°F
  • Coil resistance range – 0.05-3.5ohm (wattage mode) / 0.05-1.5ohm (TC/TCR mode)
  • Dimensions – 126 mm x 36mm x 28mm
  • Assembled weight exc. Packaging (approx.) – 158g

Additional information

Colour

Black, Blue, Grey, Rose Gold

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