Wismec Theorem By Jay-Bo Atomizer Preview

Jay-Bo's latest and greatest is an RTA that offers fantastic flavor and fantastically convenient features.

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Wismec Theorem
Wismec Theorem

Jay-Bo Has a Theorem

The Wismec Theorem was the most exciting product I saw during my visit to Jay-Bo’s office in early March. Sure, the Inde Duo RDA and Notch Coil were very cool, but as a flavor vaper, the Wismec Theorem was a thrill to learn about and try. From what I was shown, this rebuildable tank atomizer (RTA) offers a fantastic blend of great flavor vaping and wonderful convenience. Here’s a closer look at the Wismec Theorem designed by Jay-Bo.

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Like An Avocado…But Much Smarter

Wismec Theorem Taken Apart
Wismec Theorem Taken Apart

In many ways, the Wismec Theorem reminds me of a smarter version of the Geekvape Avocado, an RTA that received high praise from Vaping360’s Kyle Formeck in his mighty fine review. Like the Avocado, the Wismec Theorem is a tank that combines elements of Genesis atomizers and current RTAs. That said, it also has a pair of extremely smart features that the Avocado lacks.

The first feature is incredibly easy wicking. Threading cotton through atomizers like the Avocado can be a pain in the tuckus. Jay-Bo designed the top ring of the Wismec Theorem to allow for easy wicking. You thread the cotton through the coil and into the two indents on the deck. After that, you simply slide glass over the center portion of the atomizer. The deck provides a seal and you’re good to go. It’s an incredibly elegant solution for (what can be) a very annoying problem.

Secondly, refilling the Wismec Theorem is a breeze. The ceramic insulator is attached to the top cap, so you simply pop off the top cap to reveal the refilling hole. Again, it’s another elegant solution by Jay-Bo that left me very impressed.

The High End Theorem

Wismec Theorem Sleeve
Wismec Theorem Sleeve

The build deck of the Wismec Theorem features four posts. You can build it with traditional wire, to get nifty single-coil or dual-coil setups going. The atomizer will come with the new Notch Coil, for added convenience.

Considering that the chamber of the Wismec Theorem is relatively small, you can expect some rich and concentrated flavor from this atomizer. Airflow adjustment is built into the top cap, allowing for a tight draw with concentrated flavor, a looser draw with more vapor, and anything in between.

Aesthetically, I adore the looks of the Wismec Theorem. I prefer atomizers with simple and understated design language. I abhor excessive knurling and gaudy logos. With that in mind, I believe that the Wismec Theorem is quite the looker. Naturally, opinions on design are completely subjective.

Lastly, this section heading was a nod to A Tribe Called Quest’s The Low End Theory. The world will miss you, Phife Dawg.

Oops!…He Did It Again

Wismec Theorem Deck
Wismec Theorem Deck

Jay-Bo has a long track record of designing excellent products that delight vapers. From the Tobh Atomizers to the Reuleaux, he manages to introduce novel twists to vaping products time and time again. The Wismec Theorem is his latest innovation and all signs point to it being a phenomenal vaping product. I’ve seen its ease of use in person and was impressed by its flavor production in the brief time that I tried it. I’m confident that Jay-Bo has another winner with the Wismec Theorem and I can’t wait for the final product to land.

What do you think of the Wismec Theorem? Kindly share your thoughts on Jay-Bo’s latest and greatest in the comments section.

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  • Jim Owens

    Nice review, thanks. I’m definitely keeping my eye on this one.

    • Thank you, Sir. Just to be clear, this was a preview, not a review.

      • Jim Owens

        You’re welcome, and I’ll keep watching for the official review. Thanks for clarifying. This really does look to be a great piece of equipment.

        • I’m fairly confident that it will be a great piece of equipment. 🙂 I’m planning to pick up two myself. I only took a few vapes off of one and was really impressed. In my head, it’s everything I want from an RTA, as a flavor guy.

  • Joe Matthews

    I have been watching this one from the first sleek peeks. I have preorderd it and look forward to giving the notch coil a try along with it.

    • I’d love to hear what you think after you’ve tried it out. Please let me know.

  • Mike ikarus

    Why when i get the first putt the coil goes red with fire in less than a sec?
    It burns really bad.

  • Rob Fort

    I got one yesterday. I love the flavor the notch coil offers. The only pain is the tank is small and needs to be filled often. It is a little messy, but not bad. I found you have to really saturate the coil and I rings before use.

    • The Dormouse

      I’m thinking of getting one. What wattage are you using? Do you have any idea how long the Notch coils last? I’m sure other people would be interested to know this, too. I know they’re sold in 5-packs, I’d like to know how many I should order if I commit to getting the Theorem.

      • Rob Fort

        I run mine 40 or 45 watts. The coils last about a month or so. I just put a Clapton in and it is even better. The taste is great. It just goes through a good amount of juice.

        • The Dormouse

          Good to know! Wish the tank were larger, but it has a great look to it. I’ve been on the hunt for a RTA that was built for flavor rather than clouds — this seems like a good one.

  • themonk

    Premium device. Excellent flavor, lots of cloud. Have to top up e-juice 3 to 4 times a day.

  • Rozer Robles

    is thisfor begginers

    • While it’s relatively easy to work with, I wouldn’t recommend it to beginners.

      • Rozer Robles

        what would you recommend?

        i want a great tasting tank

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