Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod

The Steam Crave Titan PWM is one beast of a mod. You want to vape in beast mode, go get yourself a Steam Crave Titan PWM mod and slap a Titan tank on top of it and you are in full-on beast mode. Click the Buy Now button to get this great price.


First Impression out of the Box

DeucesJack: What’s up, everyone? DeucesJack at This beastly mod is the beastly setup. You see in my hand is from Steam Crave. This is the Titan PWM mod and I got the Titan tank on top. That one, we’re going to review separately. PWM stands for Pulse Width Modulation. It’s a variable voltage mod takes four -yes, I said it- four 18650 batteries. It’s got all the protections built-in. Protections like low voltage, short circuit, over time, over current, over discharge, over temperature and reverse polarity protection.

Let’s cut down low. Let me show it to you up close and personal. We’re going to come back on top. We’re going to have a vape off this beast and then we’re going to talk about it. I’ll see you down low.

What’s In The Box

  • 1 x Titan PWM MOD
  • 1 x User manual
  • 1 x Steam Crave sticker

Alright, everyone! Welcome to the down low portion of this video. Today, we’re going over the Steam Crave Titan PWM mod. Powerful, safe and simple to use. We’ll see about that. Quick tour around the box. Some Steam Crave branding all around. Check it out.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

On the back, you can pause it here if you want to read it. This thing takes four 18650s, has protections built in, has a maximum output wattage of 300. Let’s open it up. Let’s check it out.

From Top To Bottom

Look at that beast. That thing is just sitting in there. Check it out. Let’s pull it out, do a quick tour around it as usual. Got some Steam Crave branding over here. Black on black, very subtle. There is your screen. A little bit of venting over here, serial number, Titan PMW branding right there. This is your fire button and your wattage or I’m sorry, your voltage, up and down button. I’ll show you why I corrected myself in a minute. There is your battery door with plenty of venting we’ll get into that in a minute.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Let me show you the top side. On the top side of the mod, we have two flat head screws. Kind of weird that there’s only two there. It almost looks out of place. Gold-plated 510 with beautiful stainless steel threading. I would call it a medium throw with a nice stiff spring to it. They did a nice job on the 510. Steam Crave is always all about quality and this one is no different. On the back here, you got this little chrome tab with these little divots in it so you can get your finger in there. You pull it like that and you open the door.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Now this is one thing I really don’t like. The door comes totally off. I’m not a fan about that. I’m really not. Now look at this. Here you have your button style contacts. You have these, I don’t know man, I think they could have done a better job with finishing screws here. You see those screws? They’re kind of like raised up. I expect a little more from Steam Crave. I think that could have been recessed, I really do. Kind of annoying. Quality wise, I have to say, plenty of venting right through here for your batteries. Hopefully, you’ll never need it.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Down the bottom, you can see, we have clear battery indicator markings. The two on this side go in positive side first. The two on this side go in negative side first. Very clean inside. They just did a nice job. It’s a really nicely machined. You got button style contacts there on the bottom and you can see those screws again, right there. I’m really not a fan of that, man. I’m really a little surprised, I have to say.

Let’s put some batteries in this thing. Batteries we’re going to be using today, Glee C 18650 S30s. Shout out to Glee C, they got some good cells. Make sure you check them out. So we’re going to go positive that way, positive that way, negative that way, negative that way. When you put this battery door on, you got to look for the ledge. There’s a little ledge here. I don’t know if you can see it. There’s a ledge. See it right there? See it right there, that’s the ledge because you got to make sure one of like at least the spring-loaded side right here is going up against one of those ledges. Either this one or this one. You can’t put the battery door on this way because it won’t work. You got to kind of like, lean the battery door in there and then pull this back and pull that back and then snap it down and it snaps down pretty firmly. It really does. A little bit of battery rattle, not going to lie. Would have liked to have seen that tighter and that’s not like I go around shaking my mod like a maraca but this shouldn’t be. The funny thing with this is if I hold it upside down, I get battery rattle if I hold it this way, I don’t get any battery rattle. Kind of weird, man.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Mod is on. You can see the screen right there, a very simple screen. Dual battery meters, voltage, Watts, resistance. It’s that easy. When you fire it, depending on what voltage you’re at, it will show your wattage. That’s kind of cool.

Let me show you this monster. Look at this beast they sent me with it. This is the Titan tank. We’re going to be reviewing this separately in another review but this is what they sent me that goes with it. This is 41mm. Look at this thing on here. It’s like a bubblegum machine. 41mm with no overhang. Look at that. Is that a beast or is that a beast?

Menu System

In order to adjust your voltage, you simply scroll this up or down like that. Kind of reminds me of the Squid double barrel. Let me show you this. When you hit the fire button, see? It’s showing me at 3.5 volts, 0.09 ohms. I’m hitting it at 135W. If I go up to 4 volts, everything else stays the same. Now I’m hitting at 170W. Kind of cool, man. I definitely liked it. Very simple mod, though.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

That’s it. Those are all the settings. Let me zoom out. Let me give you one more look at this monster, all put together. Remember, we’re going to be reviewing the tank separately. Let’s cut back on top. Let’s talk about it, cons, pros and we’re out here. See you back on top.

General Thoughts

Alright, everyone! We’re back on top with the Steam Crave PWM Titan mod. This thing holds 40mm atomizers with no overhang, has a centered 510, high quality one. Super simple to use. It’s got that double barrel inspired like voltage adjustment. That wheel that you rotate, I like that. Fires fast, when you fire it, this thing shows the wattage on the screen that you’re firing at. I actually like that, man. Very, very simple mod.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

Let’s get into the cons and the pros.


First con is going to be yeah man, this thing’s big. It’s like vaping on a brick and it’s heavy so that’s another con.

The other con is the battery door comes completely off the mod. I do not like that. There’s just too much room for error with something like that. I’m not a fan of that.

The finish on the battery door, you saw those raised screws in the up close. I think it could have been better. Really disappointed at Steamed Crave for that but otherwise, though, this thing is built pretty solidly.

Let’s move on to the pros.


It’s big, that’s going to be a pro for some people.

Great battery life because you got four cells in it, pro.

Centered 510, pro.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod Review

40mm atomizers with no overhang, pro.

Super simple to use, pro.

Well made, pro.

Subtle branding, pro.

Fires really fast, we’re going to give it a pro for that.

The build quality on this thing is just beautiful. Typical Steam Crave, they’re getting a pro for that.

Nice paint job on this one. I’m going to give them a for that.

It’s got plenty of ventilation, pro.


Let me tell you something, this is one beast of a mod. You want to vape in beast mode, go get yourself a Steam Crave Titan PWM mod and slap a Titan tank on top of it and you are in full-on beast mode.

We’re going to have a link down below as to where you can buy it. We’ll also have a link to our forum, Make sure you stay tuned for a separate review on this tank. We’re going to be reviewing it really soon. Hey man, if you like this video, do us a favor. Give us that thumbs up, hit that subscribe button, hit that notification button so you know every time we drop a new review.

We’re going to see you guys on the next one. You keep living that vape life. Deuces.

Steam Crave Titan PWM Mod

The Steam Crave Titan PWM is one beast of a mod. You want to vape in beast mode, go get yourself a Steam Crave Titan PWM mod and slap a Titan tank on top of it and you are in full-on beast mode. Click the Buy Now button to get this great price.


Pros & Cons

A note about Pros and Cons. These are my Pros and Cons. They are very subjective. What may be a pro to me could be a con to you and vice versa.

  • big
  • Great battery life
  • Centered 510
  • 40mm atomizers with no overhang
  • Super simple to use
  • well-made
  • subtle branding
  • Fires really fast
  • build quality is beautiful
  • Nice paint job
  • plenty of ventilation

  • big
  • battery door comes completely off the mod
  • finish on the battery door could have been better

  • Powerful, Simple and Safe to Use
  • 4pcs 18650 in parallel/ series
  • Variable voltage adjustment
  • Full safe protections
  • The ram up time is 25ms
  • Full safe protections: low voltage protection, short circuit protection, over time protection, over current protection, over discharge protection, over-temperature protection, battery-reverse protection
  • Overtime Protection<=10s
  • Short-circuit protection>=0.06ohm
  • Low voltage protection>=5.6V
  • Max power 300W
  • Input 45A output 60A

Deuces Jack is a well-known member of the VapingUnderground forums where he quickly became respected for his honest opinions and willingness to help other members. He is now a regular content contributor for Vaping Insider. When he’s not vaping or unboxing the latest products for review, he can be found riding motorcycles close to his home in New York.

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