Simple is the way
@sickmanfraud here’s some instructions. I believe there’s some pictures around somewhere as well.
Great to get your I-Heat to fit the Disguiser you'll have 3 steps:
1- enlarge the stem hole with sand pare rolled in a tube, it's a plastic part and it might be done in a couple of minutes.
2- remove the 3 top screens to be able to screw the IHeat heater and replace them when it's done.
3-y the last step is the most difficult but will be done in a handfull of minutes with the right tool, y ou'll see by yourself the magnetic metal cover will not fit the Iheat body and I wasn't feel comfortable to use it without this shield cause when I power it on I apply some pressure on the atty itself which is not good for the 510 connexion... so you have to get a metal file to get the 2 top magnets emplacements filed enough to fit the Iheat body, you haven't to file it until the magnets themselves, stop just an hair before, check every few file's hit.
I expect you'll like the compact design and the dual batteries offer a great longlife, enough for 4-7 days of daily use (I use some others vapes too!) but I didn't managed to find a good TC setting and prefer to use it in power mode, I think the TC feature is outdated cause very slow to hit the temperature protection and seems rather inaccurate.