Simple and Powerful
The Wismec Vicino is a simple two-piece starter-kit that’s meant to give beginning vapers a satisfying experience. It’s a fixed-voltage tube-mod in a world full of variable-wattage, temperature-control, TCR, and TFR box mods. For beginners that don’t care about learning new terminology and tweaking numerous settings, the Wismec Vicino is a compelling choice.
Wismec Vicino Features
Here’s the official features list of the Wismec Vicino.
- Single Replaceable Cell
- Dual Circuit Protection
- Stainless Steel Construction
- Top E-liquid Filling & Bottom Airflow Control
- E-liquid Capacity of 3.5 mL
- Length: 59.5 mm
- Diameter: 22 mm
- Capacity: 3.5 mL
- Length: 91 mm
- Diameter: 22 mm
- Thread Type: 510 spring-loaded thread
- Cell type: High-rate 18650 cell
Set It and Forget It
Even though the Wismec Vicino resembles a mechanical tube mod, it most certainly isn’t one. It has electronics that help prevent mishaps that could befall beginners. The charging protection and reverse-polarity protection help ensure a safe experience.
The firing button has a small LED that helps vapers keep track of battery life. The faster it flashes, the lower the battery capacity. At 60 to 100 percent, the light is solid. On the flip side, when the battery hits 10 percent, the light will blink rapidly. Obviously the LED will blink at slower speeds in between the aforementioned ranges.
The atomizer that comes with the Wismec Vicino has a decent capacity of 3.5 mL. The tank uses 0.2 ohm Amor Mini Triple Coils, the same ones included with the Wismec RX75 kit. The company thinks highly of this particular coil and believes it will help separate the Vicino from other starter kits on the market. Its blend of flavor and vapor have been well received.
The Wismec Vicino appears to be a fine choice for those getting started on the road to vaping. It’s simple to use and maintain, while offering a potentially strong experience, thanks to the Amor Mini Triple Coils. If you’re looking for a starter kit with some “oomph,” then this product should certainly be considered.