The Fujin 24mm: the specs

May 23, 2019

The Fujin 24mm: the specs

The Fujin 24mm mech mod is a limited edition collaboration between Aria Built and the Cloud Kicker Society. It’s a really classy looking little number featuring a black on black image of the Japanese God of Wind (Fujin) with gold plated top cap and matching button assembly. I had the 22mm version in my collection and when the 24mm was released, I picked up one of those for myself as well as stock for the store. I realized I had never written a full breakdown of the mod recently when I was discussing safety features of some mech mods with a customer. Better late than never, here are the specs and my thoughts.

The mod itself measures 92mm tall altogether: the tube is 78mm, the top cap is 4mm, and the switch is 10mm. As is evident from the name, it is 24mm in diameter and weighs in at 149 grams. It is a stainless steel mod and features a two tone matte and gloss black PVD finish. It is a compact single battery mech and takes an 18650 battery. Each mod is serialized. It’s really quite an elegant looking mod.

The 24k gold plated top cap of the Fujin is a hybrid style for direct battery to atomizer connection. One of the safety features of the Fujin is the delrin insulator inside the hybrid cap that prevents the battery from touching the cap. So say you fire the button without an atomizer attached (don’t do this on purpose), it’s not going to complete the circuit potentially causing damage to your battery and device.

The tube itself also has a delrin sleeve. This is a pro and a con for me: if you happen to have a small tear in your battery, it’s not going to come in contact with your mod and is a great added safety feature.* The con is that it will not dissipate heat in the same way as an uninsulated mod. You’re protected against shorts, your mod will stay a little cooler, but your battery will be warmer (the same as would be the case with an 18560 delrin insulator/adapter that a lot of mods come with). I’ve not experienced any problems but it’s just a point to note.

The firing assembly features a big silver plated brass contact, custom epoxy coated magnets for optimum conductivity, an adjustable delrin contact insulator, and side-channel battery vents. The firing button features an embossed relief of Fujin's face.

All in all, I really like this mod. I liked the first version enough that I bought the second version, even though the 22mm still works like new. I have noticed that the gold plating on 22mm (older) version wore more quickly in spots whereas I haven’t seen the same wear on the newer version. I’ve added a few scratches over time but the gold plating is holding up well. And I do like the safety features, especially the delrin insulator inside the cap. It’s a great little mod and a very stylish addition to the collection.

If you’re looking for a great pairing, it matches the Occula RDA perfectly. The Occula has a gold colored accent ring around the drip tip that sets off the gold in the Fujin beautifully and the gloss black of the Occula matches the gloss Fujin print. I’m always looking for that perfect match so I put together a package deal for a savings if you buy the two together. Just use the dropdown menu on the Fujin page to access the deal.

 

As always, if you have any questions don’t hesitate to contact me at saddlehorseblues@gmail.com.


*No matter the mod or it’s safety features, mechanical or regulated, ALWAYS check your batteries for nicks and tears every time you remove them or insert them. You should never rest on safety features and should remain vigilant when it comes to battery safety.



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