This is a quick one off the wrist about a mod I had paid for with cash and will treat anyway I see fit, as is my right as its owner. It does not have a name, it is an inanimate object. People who give names to parts of their anatomy or vehicles should be parted from oxygen. This is not a widely held viewpoint, certainly not POTV's, but that just goes to prove how correct I am. If you take offense to anything written here please detail it in a letter addressed to: Mawsley, 69 Idontgiveafuckwhatyouthink St, Shoveitupyourarse, Kent. Then pour petrol over yourself and strike a match. The threading on this is superb. I worried because I felt the fine threading on the Copper Black would die from my ham-fisted nature, this feels much more robust. If you don't dig the engraving then this is never going to be for you - but for me, as someone who likes a bit of art on an otherwise blank canvas, this is awe to the some. Deep lines, heavy set eyes and some kind of daemon spawned from hellfire and brimstone. It just bloody rocks. The 510 accepts every one of my attys which, when compared to all of my other high-end gear is a blessing...some of them can be like my daughter - right fussy buggers. The silver coated copper contacts won't appeal to all and, if I'm going to be like my girl looking at a plate of salad, the battery adjustment looks to be a weak point. Firstly, it's a faff getting the adjustment right and it's not like someone hasn't already invented the floating pin. These were, after all, made in the same factory that makes the Viggo. Secondly, it's thinner than a model in a woman's magazine. I like my positive connections like my females, Rubenesque. That said, it does it's job and I make time to adjust it and adjust it and adjust it again. The switch is a simple affair; the locking ring moves freely like pseudo hippy with a trust fund. The throw is firm and sure without being too firm leaving it able to support an atty in 650 mode without locking it. I do wonder if it will unscrew itself akin to a Grand Vapor product. Time will tell. The switch design on the Stingray or the Nemesis is the way forward, dear designers - something that doesn't unscrew itself. And we like magnets too. Who needs a computer hard drive or a working credit card anyway? The 350 tube has an extension to turn it into a 650 or, if you are so disposed, there is a matching 500 tube with engraving and serial. In tiny mode it is like Richard Hammond in a world of Jeremy Clarksons. Not being sentient, it doesn't realise a world full of Jeremy Clarksons is a bad thing. A very bad thing. But at least it's not a world of Piers Morgans. Like the copper and brass of the mod, the box itself is a real beauty...remembering of course that beauty is a relative concept...remember that I am, to Mrs. M, the embodiment of everything a man should be. Not every woman appreciates a bone-idle, overweight, opinionated git. Such women are fools - as are you if you fail to see how gorgeous this package is. I purchased this, as can you, from Vape Geek for the paltry sum of £120 - here It's a copper mod, it goes like like one of those women on Big Brother who thinks that if she acts like a slut on television she'll get a job in acting or reading the news. Compared to other high-end mods I own I believe it is worth every penny. The drawbacks are quirks, nothing I own is perfect although this comes pretty close. Basically, if Johnny Depp vaped during Pirates of the Caribbean you can bet your arse he'd be using an Akuma.