The eVic Returns!
The Joyetech eVic AIO is the latest device in a venerable line of vaping products from one of the biggest companies in the business. It looks like a squonker, but it’s not. Instead, this all-in-one vaping kit integrates a Cubis-like tank into a single-18650 battery box mod. The main body houses the electronics, battery, and atomizer cup. After filling the tank with e-liquid, the other atomizer parts are screwed into the box and you’re left with a compact vaping device that’s highly leak-resistant. Here’s a closer look at the Joyetech eVic AIO.
Joyetech eVic AIO Features & Specs
Here are the Joyetech eVic AIO’s specs and features.
- Dimensions: 105 x 48 x 26 millimeters
- Output Modes: Variable wattage, temperature control, bypass
- Temperature Control Mods: Nickel, titanium, 316 stainless steel, TCR
- Wattage Range: 1-75 watts
- Resistance Range (Temperature Control): 0.05-1.5 ohms
- Resistance Range (Variable Wattage/Bypass): 0.1-3.5 ohms
- E-liquid Capacity: 3.5 milliliters
- Compatibility With Cubis Atomizer Heads
- Colors: Black, silver
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The Joyetech eVic AIO is a full-featured kit with most of the modes advanced vapers expect from a current device. It’s also easy for intermediate vapers to use. With the broad array of Cubis coils Joyetech offers, it has a great deal of versatility, appealing to both mouth-to-lung and cloud-chasing vapers. The standard kit includes a 0.25-ohm Notch Coil and a 0.5-ohm 316 stainless steel coil for those that want bigger clouds at higher wattages. On the other end of the spectrum is the included 1.5-ohm Clapton coil, which is great for mouth-to-lung vapers.
Aesthetically, the eVic AIO is a mix of peculiar and interesting. The control buttons are on the bottom of the device, while the fire button is on the side panel. The airflow control has a distinct look that I don’t really like, but several of my industry friends find cool. By default, I greatly prefer the black version over the silver model. That said, Joyetech has a bunch of sticker options that allow you to customize the look of the box.
Then there’s the clock, a feature that Joyetech is particularly high on. The LED can display a digital or an analog clock. When the device is in use, a small version of the clock appears. When the device is locked, the clock takes up the entire display. As someone that’s very much anti-wristwatch, I’m all about using a mobile phone or vaping device as a clock.
The Joyetech eVic AIO looks like another winner in the long-running eVic line. It’s an inexpensive all-in-one vaping kit that appeals to a broad range of vapers. Most people will find at least one of the four included coils appealing and there are others to choose from as well. While I’m not overly fond of the device’s looks, I am a fan of its functionality. Integrating a top-airflow tank into a single-18650 battery box mod makes for a compact and leak-resistant setup. If that sounds appealing to you then you should definitely check out the Joyetech eVic AIO.
The photographs used in this article were provided by MyVapors.