Lost Vape Therion DNA75C: The Ever-Changing Mod
Are you a “gadget geek” kind of vaper that's always drooling over the latest and greatest mods on the market? Rather than spending all of your hard earned cash on trend after trend, why not purchase just one device that will let you change not only the way the mod looks, but also the way it works?
With the new Lost Vape Therion DNA75C, you’re getting a thoroughly redesigned Evolv DNA75C chip which fixes the number one complaint about the previous generation chipset. The new chip has a voltage output up to 9 volts, rather than the first generation’s limited 6 volt output. This enables you to achieve the full 75 watt output at a larger range of atty resistance (ohms).
What really makes the Lost Vape Therion with the new DNA75C so cool is the ability to change not just the background picture, but absolutely everything displayed on-screen. If you prefer strictly variable wattage, you can set up a theme that only has the information you want to display. If you want the device monitor function of Escribe to be accessible directly on the mod, you can do that. If you want the ability to set up and access the 8 available profiles directly on the mod, you can do that. The only limit is the on-board memory.
Now on to the tutorial! I’m assuming you already have the latest version of Escribe installed on your computer, but if not, you can download it here. After you have Escribe installed, you can check out all of the available themes by clicking here. Download whichever themes catch your eye and we’ll get to installing them on your mod. For this blog post we’ll use the two themes I have previously downloaded.
As you can see in the picture above, I have previously downloaded 2 themes which I have named DJLsb and DNA_75C_Vapeboy_3000. Now, to install a theme to the mod, simply plug the mod into the computer with a USB cable and double-click on the file you wish to install. The theme installer software will launch automatically with the theme you selected. Simply click the "Yes, Install" button, and sit back as the theme installer checks the settings currently on the mod. It will then install the new theme, verify the new settings, and the new theme will be displayed on the mod when done. It's that simple!
So, let’s say you used the DJLsb theme for a while but really wanted to see what the Fallout Pip Boy theme was all about. Just close the theme installer (you can leave the mod plugged into the computer if you wish,) double-click the Vapeboy 3000 theme and the theme installer will launch again with the new theme ready to install. Click on the "Yes, Install" button and watch it do its thing!
So, as you can see, it’s quite simple to completely change your mod and the way it operates. There’s no need to keep buying new devices week after week when you can update the look and functionality on the fly. So spend that hard-earned cash wisely, and check out the Lost Vape Therion DNA75C, now in stock at Coval Vapes.