Yes, you can use other 510 tanks with the 510 adaptor. The Zero.G 510 adaptor is not included in the kit; you need to purchase it separately. The max wattage that Zero.G mod supports is 40W.
Unscrew to remove the RBA chamber; Put the prebuilt coil on the build deck correctly. Screw the grub screws down and tighten the coil. Snip off the coil leads and install the cotton wick; Screw the RBA chamber back onto the deck, then remove the RBA 510 adaptor; Unscrew to remove the preinstalled base (use the base hardware replacement tool); Insert the RBA into the pod and screw it (use the base […]
Pull and remove the pod from the power unit; Invert the pod and replace the used coil with a new one (you can pull out the coil with the provided tool or you can manually pull it out); Insert/secure the pod back. Note: we suggest you empty the pod or keep just a small amount of e-liquid in it […]
The net weight of Zero.G device is 132 g.
1) Pull and remove the pod from the main body; 2) Invert the pod, lift the silicone seal and add e-liquid through the filling hole; 3) Insert the pod back onto the device.
The yellow tube is made of PEI and the metallic parts are made of Stainless Steel.
Both AVP Pro coils and Zero.G RBA deck are compatible with the Zero.G pod.
No, it does not support temperature control.
While charging or when Zero.G is in use, the LED light will indicate your device’s current charge: less than 3.5 volts (0-20%)= red light; 3.5 to 3.8 volts (20-50%)= blue light; above 3.8 volts (50-100%)=green light.
Yes, the output wattage can be adjusted between 5-40 W. Rotate the adjustment ring located at the bottom of the device and align the red dot with the output wattage value of your choice.