The Pew Pew Billet Box is a darker gray, gunmetal gray. The same base as the Star-Spangled sans white splatter.
- Pew Pew was 1st sold on 01/22/2022.
- Pew’ter Blackbald was 1st sold on 04/02/2022. This one had gray G10 panels and a black MOP button.
- Pew Pew GSS was 1st sold on 8/20/2022. It came with gray G10 panels and a SS button.
The price of a Rev 4 Billet Box is set by the stock button. There are occasionally special edition boxes that cost more, but the main pricing scheme is below.
- Black Delrin
- Red Delrin
- Stainless Steel
- Naval Brass
- Mother of Pearl (all varieties)
- 7:30am PST
- 8:30am MST
- 9:30am CST
- 10:30am EST
- 3:30pm UTC
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Machined from 6061 T6 Aluminum, In-house Cerakoted. The Billet Box is the first E-Vaporizer to incorporate massive battery power, a huge 5.5ml E-fluid tank, and all electronics internalized into a beautifully handcrafted mod. The end result is a dependable, sleek, solid, obscenely well-crafted USA-made vaporizer that needs very little attention to maintain.
- R4 Billet Box with a DNA-60
- 5.5ml Boro
- SMOK Nord Coil Adapter
- Replacement O-Rings
Specification: Pew Pew
General Billet Box Info
The Billet Box is roughly the size & shape of a pack of cigarettes. It has a completely enclosed battery, chip, screen, tank, and atomizer. Billet Boxes are very customizable and there are dozens of modders that create all sorts of great addons from panels to colored Boros. They are relatively Hassle-Free and have gotten better over the years.
Billet Box was started in 2011 and saw tons of changes from that point until 2016. In 2016, there were quite a few changes including going from Rev3 to Rev4 and going from the DNA 40 chip to the DNA 60 chip. There have been very few changes since then and I can only assume this has to do with government regulations pending. I am sure that is frustrating to see with China not caring about the US Government.
Colors were introduced in 2014 with Rev.3a as well as occasional button changes. Prior to this, they were all the color of raw aluminum.
In 2016, they went away with the cover that slid up with the ball bearing to a magnet-based panel.
The Billet Box logo changed in 2018 and they started printing the logo on the body under the fire button panel at that point. Prior years, at least 2016 and 2017, the logo and year were printed inside of the panels. They also started using a presentation box with the new logo to ship the devices in.
For more information about the History of the Billet Box, check out our timeline.