Since the rise of Rebuildable Atomizers we have been working on a Mechanical version of the Silver Bullet. We've reviewed some of the complaints over the years and made some adjustments to the major ones. The Silver Bullet itself has been known as simply as a 'Work Horse' and tied with great craftsmanship and a warranty that rivals any Mod that is out there.
When purchasing a Silver Bullet you know that the manufacturer stands behind their product. -Fully Mechanical Silver Bullet (Silver Bullet M) -Silver Plated Tellurium Copper Contacts -T6061 Housing -Stainless Steel 510 Connector -Adjustable Center Post up to 4.75mm -Made in U.S.A. Special Note: The Silver Bullet M can take up to a 4.75mm Center Post on an Atomizer/RBA. Atomizer posts that are longer than that will not work on the device and will need to be adjusted. Center post of this height are normally only found on rebuild able tanks/atomizers. The majority of normal cartomizer/atomizers will require no adjustments. The center post of the Silver Bullet M can be adjusted to accept atomizers with center posts shorter than 4.3mm. If the center post is set too high, or an atomizer with a center post longer than 4.75mm is used, the switch actuator cap can jam on the Silver Bullet M housing.
If this happens, the switch may stick in the on position. If it is allowed to fire continuously it will result in damage to the cartomizer, atomizer, clearomizer, tank and potentially the battery. This will cause the battery to discharge and potentially cause the battery to vent. The spring in the base of the Silver Bullet M may collapse when this happens to attempt to prevent the battery from damaging itself. If the spring has collapsed please dispose of the battery properly and replace the spring. We do recommend properly storing the batteries when the device is not in use. Mechanical Mod Caution Notes : - Never store a mechanical mod in your pocket, purse or anywhere else that may allow the Mod to activate. - There is no protection built in to the unit and we recommend using a Rechargeable Protected Li-Ion 18650. - Use caution when storing Mechanical Mods, we do recommend removing the battery and storing the battery in a Battery Case. Other Battery Caution Notes : - Do not over-discharge/overcharge - Recharge empty batteries (resting voltage. Leaving batteries in discharged state will incur irreversible damage (capacity / cycle loss) - Do not short circuit ( will release tremendous current ) - Do not dispose of in fire. - Do not carry batteries loose in your pocket, purse or anywhere they can make contact with other metal objects.. - Discontinue use of a battery if it looks worn, outter wrapping is torn, or it's acting unusual. NOTE: Use special caution when working with Li-ion or Li-MN cells, they are very sensitive to charging characteristics and may explode or burn if mishandled. Make sure the user has enough knowledge of Li-Ion rechargeable batteries in charging, discharging and assembly before use. We are not responsible for damage if there is any modification of the batteries/chargers in any form or shape (including pack making). We are not responsible for any damage caused by misuse or mishandling of batteries and chargers. We only recommend using Lithium Ion rechargeable batteries with a control circuit (protection PCB) to assure safe charge, discharge, etc, use of lithium ion batteries without a protection circuit is potentially hazardous. will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use of an Li-MN or LI-ION battery. Please have a basic understanding of the batteries you are using and how to care for them properly. had a problem with it not firing but half the time.called and they said put 5.00 in the tube and send it to us it was back in my hands 4 days later in perfect working order. just pull the trigger if you have been thinking about it.
I have owned 4 SB's, one OmeGa and one SB-M, all black. I don't care what they look like, they just have to work. But all my SB's are dinged, chipped, scratched and generally banged up. Dropped it one time so hard that it broke the drip tip off in the atomizer and it went skittering across the floor. I've dropped it on tile, stone, concrete and even gravel. (Posted on 7/27/2014) First mech Review by James buckey Overall.
Had a minor issue with the button, I thought, but resolved it by adjusting the center pin to my tank. Excellent mod especially at $129 (Posted on 5/30/2014) ONE GREAT MOD! Stays where you put it and the BUTTON is IN the RIGHT place. You can set this mod down and it stays where you out it..