iJoy Maxo Zenith Box Mod Preview

With 300 watts of vaping power, the iJoy Maxo Zenith rises to heights few have reached, and done it at an absurdly affordable price.

iJoy-MAXO Zenith

iJoy Maxo Zenith Intro

It seems like we are seeing another triple or quad cell regulated box mod capable of 250W and higher being announced daily. If you are in the market and want champagne performance on a beer budget, the three cell, 300W iJoy Maxo Zenith should definitely be on your radar.

The Maxo Zenith might be the perfect mod to drive that decuple-coil subohm tank you also have your eye on, and the best part: if you shop carefully, you can likely get both for about the same price as one of the competing box mods alone.

iJoy Maxo Zenith Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • Maxo Zenith mod
  • User manual
  • Warranty card


  • Size: 50.5mm x 40.7mm x 88mm
  • Working voltage: 9.3V – 12.6V
  • Variable voltage: 2.5V – 6.5V
  • Max output currency: 50A
  • Max Output Wattage: 300W
  • Standby current: less than 30uA
  • Chip-set: IWEPAL
  • Battery: 3x 18650 cells (not included)
  • Spring-loaded 510 connector

A closer look


The Maxo Zenith uses three 18650 cells paired with an internal IWEPAL chip to safely deliver up to 300W to your favorite power-hungry sub ohm tank or RDA. iJoy describes it as having “a comfortable and timeless design.” but I’m gonna be blunt and say that the Maxo Zenith looks remarkably like a Wismec RX200 with a large, top fire button and no OLED screen. Their dimensions are nearly identical, with the iJoy being 4mm taller, and even the magnetic battery door looks similar. One distinctive design feature of the Maxo Zenith is the two perforated “hockey stick” shaped cutouts that are backlit with LEDs that illuminate when you fire the mod.

Like another well known workhorse, the Hexohm, the Maxo Zenith is a simple device. Both have internal chips to regulate output voltage, which is adjusted by an external potentiometer. On the iJoy you set the lightning-bolt embossed potentiometer to your desired voltage between 2.7-6.2V and vape. If you’re not sure, start low and slowly increase until you get your desired vape. It’s just that easy – no menus, no temp control, no nonsense – just raw vaping power in the palm of your hand.

The Maxo Zenith will be available in six colors: stainless steel, black, white, purple, and orange, and should be priced around 40 bucks – though it has already been spotted for much less (see below), which is truly an amazing value for a mod featuring 300W of power.

Gary Joseph
Gary is a retired technical writer residing in the metro Detroit area. Besides vaping, and writing for Vaping360, some of his other interests include motorcycling, watch collecting, bicycling and fitness.

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Really like this thing so far and for the, timeless design. I’m 38 and the timeless they are referring to are the old zenith TV’s. The knob and vents are very retro and very cool. Mod works like a champ and its build quality at 30 bucks is rather impressive.


Nice to get some feedback.

I think it’s a very cool design and a serious workhorse for the money. Glad you are enjoying it.