asMODus Lustro 200W
Like always before talking about considerations, pros and cons, let’s see some technical specifications.
asMODus Lustro 200W Specifications & Features:
- Requires 2 x 18650 sized batteries (not included)
- Touchscreen type: Capacitive Screen; Requires the electrical properties of the human body to detect when and where the screen is touched
- Wattage range (Power mode): 5W – 200W
- Wattage range (TC modes): 5W – 120W
- Temperature control range: 212° – 572°F / 100° – 300°
- Atomizer ohm range: 0.1 – 2.5 ohm
- Max output voltage: 7.5V
- Peek output current: 45A
- Charging parameters: DC 5V/1A
- Upgradeable firmware
- USB TYPE-C
asMODus Lustro 200W Dimensions:
- Length: 80.4mm
- Width: 40.5mm
- Thickness: 36.0mm
What’s inside the package:
- 1x one USB TYPE-C charger
- Lustro 200w
- Short Circuit Protection
- Over current Protection
- Reverse Polarity Protection
- Under-Voltage Protection
- High Resistance Protection
- Thermal Protection
- Over Voltage Protection
- Low Resistance Protection
How Lustro works:
With 5 Clicks you can turn on the mod and access to the menu. In the menu, you can find plenty of features like puff counter, boost mod, firmware upgrade, switch led on/of etc…
Sliding down with the thinger you unlock the mod and sliding up you can turn on the light or turn off the gesture capture. With 3 clicks you will totally block the mod. Sliding left or right you will get in the various modalities like TCR, TFR, CURVE, POWER or TEMP.
First Impressions on asMODus Lustro 200W:
Ok, guys, the first impression when I took the mod out the package it looks really similar to the Minikin 2, it is really solid, compact and fit well in the hand. The paint looks cheap but really well made and I like the shiny on it.
After you turn it on you definitely note that the touchscreen is really busy and I also found a bit hard to use the gesture thing. The battery slots are really well made and the negative goes in both side in the spring-loaded pin, they also studied really well the pin for the positive.
asMODus LUSTRO 200W Pros and Cons
- Plenty of features
- Nice menu
- Different modalities
- Gesture Capture
- Batteries door
- Quality Materials
- Batteries slots design
- Batteries Gestion
- Possibility to turn off the LEDs
- Too busy Screen
- Sometime gesture capture doesn’t work
- Only 25mm Atomizer Max
asMODus Lustro 200W Video:
Alright Guys, final considerations, it surely is the perfect successor to the Minikin 2. It works really well, sometimes there are problems with the gesture capture but after you understand how to use it will work well, anyway, there is the possibility to turn it off.
There are a lot of features inside this mod and the chip really work well. Nevertheless, the screen is a bit to busy for me. The boost mod works really well as the TCR, TFR etc…
Suggestions to asMODus Team:
My Dear asMODus team we are here again for some suggestions, for me it would be nice if you could add a possibility to remove the ”wattometer” and get a normal screen that shows us everything without taking to much space.
Try to improve the gesture capture because I think it is a great idea. The last thing, it would be nice to have the 510 pin more in the center in the way to be able to mount bigger atomizer.
Remember guys, keep on vaping but do it safely!!!
I am Lorenzo from Italy, a writer of The Vaping Times and the owner of Blog LorenzotheVaper. If you want to know more about me, you can check my personal blog.