Meet the iJoy Goodger
Vaping360 has been pleased with several iJoy products in the past and is excited about the company’s latest — the iJoy Goodger tank. While its design language looks familiar, the iJoy Goodger has several unique features that should make it the company’s best vaping atomizer to date. Here’s an exclusive first look preview of the iJoy Goodger.
Reaper? I Hardly Know Her!
At a glance, the iJoy Goodger looks very similar to the company’s Reaper Plus tank. Certainly some of the aesthetic elements are similar, as well as the wonderfully convenient top-side-fill design. Beyond that, the tanks are quite different.
While the Reaper Plus has traditional bottom airflow, as well as top airflow, the iJoy Goodger features the new “inner circular airflow control system.” The tank design and coil design work in conjunction to give a consistently flavorful vape (on paper). Air is drawn in from the top, distributed evenly throughout the coil, and drawn into your lungs through the center.
As for what the “inner circular airflow control system” (try saying that five times fast) brings to the vaping experience in layman’s terms, I was told that the design enhances both flavor and vapor, with more emphasis on the former. As I’m more of a flavor fiend than a cloud chaser, the design has definitely piqued my interest.
On the practical side, the new tank design in conjunction with iJoy’s previous patent (ZL 2014 2 0818977.X) makes the iJoy Goodger extremely leak-proof. The company refers to it as a “totally leak-free design.” Of course you can get it to leak by actively swinging it around while performing a trapeze act, but under normal conditions the iJoy Goodger should be impervious to leaking issues.
The Boring Specs Section
As for the official particulars, the iJoy Goodger’s diameter is 22.6mm and its height is 63.8mm. The tank will hold up to 4.5ml of e-liquid. The tank material is glass, while the body is stainless steel. It will be available in black and stainless steel finishes.
The iJoy Goodger will launch with two coils, both of which use stainless steel wire. The 0.4-ohm coil has a recommended wattage range of 40-60 watts, while the 0.6-ohm coil has a recommended wattage range of 20-40 watts. Judging from those numbers, it appears that the iJoy Goodger will initially be much more of a flavor tank than a cloud-chasing tank. Again, as a flavor fanatic, that sounds excellent to me.
Keep in mind that the Reaper series has a wide variety of coil types, using different materials and resistance levels. I fully expect the iJoy Goodger to eventually have a similar array of coils in the near future.
Sounds Goodger To Me
While the sub-ohm tank market has gone from highly competitive to insanely competitive, the iJoy Goodger looks like a product worth keeping an eye on. Its design appears to be a great mix of aesthetically pleasing and appreciably practical. The top-side-fill and leak-proof designs should make this a great tank for when you’re out and about. The “inner circular airflow control system” sounds intriguing, though the Vaping360 team will want to give it some proper testing before coming to any conclusions. Expect a full review of the iJoy Goodger on Vaping360 in the near future. For now, kindly share your thoughts on the tank in the comments section.