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Eleaf iJust 2 Review

Chris Kendell
July 10, 2015

Eleaf iJust 2 Intro

Today we review the Eleaf iJust 2 kit. The Eleaf iJust 2 kit features a 2600mAh tube shaped mod with the iJust 2 sub ohm tank on top. The iJust 2 sub ohm tank has a 5.5ml capacity and can be fired at 30-80W on the supplied 0.3ohm coil. The iJust 2 sub ohm tank can also be purchased separately and is compatible with Melo, Atlantis, Atlantis 2, Silo Beast & Aspire Triton coils.

Eleaf iJust 2 Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • 1 x Eleaf iJust 2 2600 mAh Battery
  • 1 x Eleaf iJust 2 Tank with 0.3 ohm EC Coil
  • 1 x Eleaf iJust 2 510 Drip Tip
  • 1 x Airflow Control Ring
  • 1 x Micro USB Charging Cable


  • Price: $18.95 (just the tank)
  • Wattage Range: 30-100W
  • Tank Capacity: 5.5ml
  • Coils Available: 0.3ohm
  • 0.5ohm & 0.15ohm Ni200 (compatible with Melo
  • Atlantis and Atlantis 2 coils)
  • Wicking material: 100% Organic Cotton
  • Diameter: 20mm
  • Battery:
  • ​Length: 81mm
  • Diameter: 22mm
  • Capacity: 2600mAh
  • Color: Silver
  • Thread Type: 510 Thread
  • Material: Stainless steel
  • Connector: Spring

Notable Remarks

I will mostly talk about the iJust 2 sub ohm tank, as there isn’t too much to discuss about the battery.

Vaping the 0.3ohm coil

We used our standard Fa-Q max VG e-juice and used our Sigelei 150W for this review.

30W – Not much yet in terms of clouds, but already surprisingly good flavor.
40W – I think this is what the battery should fire at that comes with the kit. Amazing flavor at 40W and lovely clouds of cool vapor.
50W –Amazing flavor! Wow, this sub ohm tank is up there in terms of our favorites, like the Crown and Freemax Starre. Vapor production is also very impressive without being too warm.
60W – A much warmer vape now, but the flavor is just outstanding and with even more vapor!
70W – Massive clouds, but the vapor is now quite hot, not unbearably so, but definitely on the warm side. The tank itself is doing a really good job of keeping cool though.
80W – Too hot now for my liking but the flavor is gorgeous.

I’d vape the iJust 2 tank around 40-55W.

The iJust 2 Battery Section

Eleaf iJust 2 Micro USB Port
Eleaf iJust 2 Micro USB Port

As I mentioned above there isn’t too much to review about the battery. It is a 2600mAh tube mod style battery and is 22mm wide and 81mm in length. It works well with the iJust 2 tank and together they make a good combo for those who want a no fuss, simple to use vape. The whole iJust 2 kit is also very reasonably priced, making it a good value for money buy.

You won’t be able to adjust the wattage on the battery section as it acts like a mechanical mod. This is great for those who don’t want to have to fiddle around with wattages, but it will mean that you have a slight lack of control over your vape. The 2600mAh battery lasts for a good day of moderate vaping on the 0.3ohm coil head at 40W.

The one thing I didn’t like about the battery was the placement of the charging port, which is quite high up on the back, which looks a little ugly. Apart from that there is nothing to complain about.



The flavor on the 0.3ohm coil was outstanding. We were not expecting much from this tank to be honest, given its low price. However, the flavor is up there with the best sub ohm tanks on the market! We were really really impressed with the flavor and we now really want to try the other coil heads!

Coil Compatibility

Eleaf iJust 2 0.3 Coil
Eleaf iJust 2 0.3 Coil

The iJust 2 tank comes with a 0.3ohm coil installed and also has a 0.5ohm and 0.15 Ni200 coil available. The great thing about the iJust 2 tank is that it can also use the Melo, Atlantis and Atlantis 2 coils, which gives it really good flexibility and will be good for vendors.


The price of just the iJust 2 tank is around $18.95 and the iJust 2 kit costs around $34! This is very impressive and the kit is great for those looking for a simple to use tube style kit with a great sub ohm tank.

5.5ml Capacity

The iJust 2 tank has a massive 5.5ml tank capacity. This is really impressive and means it can hold a good amount of e-juice before you will need to fill it up again. I really think a 5ml + capacity is a must for these sub ohm tanks, given how much e-liquid they get through.


Non Adjustable Air flow

Eleaf iJust 2 Airflow Ring
Eleaf iJust 2 Airflow Ring

The air flow as it is, is great for nice direct lung inhales and actually provides a great draw. However, the air flow cannot be adjusted without the addition of a vape band style thing that you can use to adjust the airflow. Why on earth they didn’t include adjustable air flow, I just do not know and it ruins, what is otherwise a fantastic sub ohm tank.

I have heard that Eleaf will be providing a new air flow base soon, which will include an adjustable air flow ring! Come one Eleaf this should have been done at the beginning!


I found re-filling the iJust 2 tank slightly tricky and spilled good e-liquid all over the place. The holes for re-filling are very small, so using a dripping style e-liquid bottle is tricky. I would have liked to have had some wider gaps or perhaps a top fill function.


I wasn’t expecting much from this kit, given its low price tag, and was expecting even less from the sub ohm tank. However, we were completely taken aback by this kit and how good it was. The iJust 2 sub ohm tank on the 0.3ohm was absolutely amazing and produced incredible flavor and clouds. Despite being so affordable it competes with the top sub ohm tanks we have tried so far in terms of flavor and clouds. It has one major flaw, in that it doesn’t have adjustable air flow, and I can’t quite understand why Eleaf didn’t include a proper air flow system. However, I have heard that Eleaf are producing one, so I would wait for that before purchasing this tank or kit.

For its price tag, I think this is a great sub ohm kit for those who want a simple to use vape, with plenty of flavor and clouds! For those looking to purchase just the iJust 2 sub ohm tank, I would recommend waiting for the proper air flow to be integrated. After this I would definitely get one, as it performs amazingly well, is extremely affordable and can use a massive range of coils!

Chris Kendell is the co-founder of Vaping360. He started the website with his brother and co-founder Alex in 2014, after Alex introduced him to vaping. Chris was immediately won over by the revolutionary and potentially lifesaving impacts that vaping can have on our society. In his minuscule spare time, you can find Chris travelling and exploring new places from his base in Germany, eating delicious food and enjoying a range of different sports.


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Hammad Malik
Hammad Malik

Eleaf iJust 2 vs Joytech eGo ONE Mega which one you recommend

Alex Kendell
Alex Kendell

Well the eGo one is also meant for mouth to lung. The iJust 2 is based on direct inhale. Depends on what you want from it.

Hammad Malik
Hammad Malik

Alex thanks for guidance. I am not into direct inhale I’ll definitely go for eGo one Mega. I’ll get few extra features like built in air control and Pass through with ego one.

Alex Kendell
Alex Kendell

Yes you would be better of using the eGo One. Enjoy your vape, it is a great piece of kit.

Hammad Malik
Hammad Malik

yes seems like a great kit. last year when i bought my first kit, innokin cool fire 1. I bought batteries, carger and coils separately.

Dohc Terrel
Dohc Terrel

looks like the code expired 🙁


Just wondering, any dates on the ijust 2 with adjustable air flow? Or just “soon”?


Would this be a good start for a first time vapor?


How long should I expect a coil to last on this thing vaping about 2-3 hours daily?

Alex Kendell
Alex Kendell

Hey Ben, one maybe even two weeks if used at a lower wattage.

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