Mission XV is a great little company that continues to develop interesting products for the vape industry. The Billet Box continues its popularity into 2020 and Mission XV has created something new – a switch assembly that uses a rocker instead of the normal button.
To install it, you simply have to unscrew the original plate and remove that and the button – and then just screw in the new assembly. Note, unless you’re careful, you may damage the factory seal.
- Switch assembly including black rocker
- Matching front and back G10 panels
- Additional gold switch
The rocker itself is approximately 12mm x 25mm. There’s a rectangular frame around it, but the rocker has a recess – making it very easy to find by feel.
This switch is fantastic. It changes the whole feel of the Billet Box. The rocker is responsive and easy to trigger from the bottom of the switch. The whole system is well designed, well made and doesn’t have any loose parts or rattles. The rocker uses the existing onboard switch for activation so no soldering or rewiring is required.
The kit comes complete with matching G10 doors for both front and back. The G10’s come with Mission XV engravings and the rocket ship cutout juice window. The button can be changed by sliding out the pivot pin.
As normal in the Billet Box world, a number of fantastic 3rd party makers have already started making panels that match the switch so customization won’t be a problem. There is an LE Edition, some Anodized panels, as well as panels made by some of our favorite modders including Mums, Evolution Woodworx, 4DCB, Elemental Cerakote, SSPP, and more.
There’s not really much more to say. Get the Mission Switch – add the Mission Tip and the KRMA Bridge and you can have a Mission XV tricked out BB. Note that because of wiring, the Mission Switch will not work on a box converted to a Dicodes chipset unless some modifications are made.