Vapor Product Spotlight: IPV D2 75W

Hey there, vape fans! We’re back with another fantastic Product Spotlight Video! The IPV D2 75W has made its way to the top of our list for this week’s Product Spotlight! The IPV D2 75W is a conveniently compact, yet deceptively powerful 75W mod by Pioneer4You! 

Update: The IPV D2 75W is no longer available. We apologize for any inconvenience.

In my opinion, the IPV D2 75W has lived up to the hype! It has one of the best displays that I’ve seen thus far, and has all of the features I need for a fantastic vape! In the video below, I will be showing you the features of the IPV D2 75W! Enjoy and vape on!

This is what some of our customers had to say about the IPV D2 75W:

Bob Lambert:

I guess my Title says it !!! I have had Evic , SmokTech, Eleaf,Because I like to change Batteries on the fly & go ….There is No other Mod out there !!!! I am a Machinist by trade & I know … Believe Me when I say “Quality at its Very Best ” Excellent Craftsmanship.. & a Killer Machine !! I would have easily have paid 80.00 + dollars for this & @ $49.00 …I could get My wallet out fast enough !!!! I hope you find this Review & just take My word for it ! You will not be sorry…

JC in HB:

I have had this unit for about a month and it is GREAT!! I use the Kanger Subohm 5ml tank and have three 2500 batteries and can’t be happier. Forget the pens and the mods… this is about as good as it gets and because you use replaceable batteries instead of the batteries being built in, you can swap out in 10-15 seconds and be on your way fully charged, no more being tethered to an outlet. You get about 24 hours of use from one 18650 2500 battery at 40-45 watts.
I have not advanced to using it as a temperature controlled unit yet as I am very happy still using it on watts mode. (also, I did not buy it here, but the price here is $5 less than where I got it, but I did get the stainless color, which I like better and my friend got the black one.)

Something to think about:

Have you gotten the chance to use the IPV D2 75W? If so, what did you think about the device? Let us know what you think in the comments!

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Tim is Mt Baker Vapor's resident creative weirdo. He writes, composes music, draws, designs, produces podcasts, investigates, and blows the trumpet for the Common Man.

7 thoughts on “Vapor Product Spotlight: IPV D2 75W

  1. Temp Control mods are everywhere! I like the smaller profile this one has. Its hard to carry a dual 18650 mod like Xcube II around in your pocket.

  2. I have had the “d2” since it came out and although I have used it in wattage mode, I mostly use it in temp. I vape a juice that is very delicate, too hot, it burns,too cold the flavor is off! I use a kangertech sub ohm tank mini on it and I get a great taste and perfect flavor. It has been chugging along since I opened the box a few months ago and there isn’t another mod out there for the size and power that can touch it! I get the latest greatest mods when they come out but I carry my D2 as well. I am currently using the Wismec Presa 80w and it is promising, but I still have my IPV with me. Price and quality,the d2 is a no brainer! If you don’t have one,get one you’ll be very satisfied with this all around great mod!

  3. This is a great mod. I love the pioneer4you products. I got myself the IPV4s and it works great. A bit bulky but it works for those long trips without having to swap out batteries. I personally recommend the new Vaporesso Target 2 starter kit. I just got it in the mail yesterday and I’m loving how the mod feels in my hand. Battery swaps are a breeze. All around the mod just looks cool. The tank itself I’m not too big on so I use the Uwell crown or the Smok TFV4. All in all it was a great buy for only $65.

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