Well this has some potential! Think of it as a HexOhm for less than half the price. It has a couple more features too (screen, shows volts of battery and volts to the atty, battery rundown protection, and a switch to flip screen modes or turn off the mod). You will either love the industrial aesthetic or hate it. It has a bit of a crude look to it, but at $70 USD what a deal and if it hits hard even better. Looks like Lotus has learned from their Jellyfish mistakes and carved out a nice little piece of the MOD market. We dig these analogue controlled regulated MODs, they have a much more tactile experience. Firing down to 0.2 Ohms (0.1 lower than the HexOhm) and rated to 80 Watts (Should be able to go higher with a 0.2 Ohm at 6 Volts that would be 180 Watts, have to wait and see what the chip can handle, guessing 110-120 safely). We look forward to getting our hands on one of these!