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The iStick Pico 75W and Saionara liquid attachment pair perfectly together for a palm sized cloud machine.
TheiStick Pico box mod and Saionara liquid attachment are built from durable and corrosion resistant aluminum-zinc alloy and stainless steel to hold up to daily pocket carrying. The Sai is also available in a heavy duty titanium that weighs a full 30g less than stainless steel without sacrificing strength. Both pieces are 510 threaded for cross compatibility with most other boxes and attachments. The Sai's top section has an integrated splash guard to protect against liquid splatter and the mouthpiece is fully removable. The base of the Sai rotates to adjust airflow between more restriction for thicker vapor or less restriction for smoother hits. The Saionara is compatible with all non-TA Saionara coils and one heavy hitting black ceramic kanthal coil is included so all you need is liquid to bring out the clouds. Wattage control for the Pico ranges from 1-75W and temperature control modes for nichrome, titanium and stainless steel heating elements are built in with a range of 200-600F. Temperature information, battery life, resistance and wattage are displayed through the Pico's crisp OLED screen. The Pico is powered by a single 18650 battery and charges through standard micro-USB for convenience. Firmware upgrades available through Eleaf's website add additional settings and allow changes to the logo and display layout.
Simple to Operate
Five clicks of the front button activates or deactivates the Pico. Three clicks while activated enters the mode change screen controlled with the + and - buttons on the base of the unit. Attach the base of your Saionara to your Pico and then thread in the Sai atomizer. If you don't know which setting to use we recommend starting around 8 watts and working your way up if needed. For temperature control compatible atomizers make sure to choose the mode corresponding to your heater's metal and hold the + and face button at the same time before heating to lock in your coil's resistance. Always start at a low temperature and work your way up to figure out which setting works best.
Get the most out of your Sai Pico combo with this Tutorial.