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Vaporesso Veco One Plus Kit Review

Gary Joseph
April 13, 2017

Vaporesso Veco One Plus Kit Intro

Vaporesso has made an obvious commitment of late to the Veco series of tanks and mods, and with good reason. I’ve had the opportunity to use and review the Veco One Kit, comprised of a 2 mL Veco tank and Veco tube mod with internal 1500 mAh battery. Right on the heels of the Veco One kit, I received the Veco Devil tank – a 6 mL sub-ohm tank aimed at higher wattage vaping and suitable for multi-cell boxes. Both performed very well.

Today we take a look at a new kit from Vaporesso that falls squarely in the middle: the Veco Plus Kit. The plus kit is comprised of a tube mod with an internal 3000 mAh battery and a 4 mL Veco tank.

The common feature between all of the Veco tanks is Vaporesso’s Eco Universal Coil (EUC) system, which is a sort of cartridge-based system where you replace just the core of the coil rather than the entire assembly. The EUC system is intended to be more economical for the user and more environmentally friendly.

Based on my previous experience with the smaller Veco kit, and larger Veco Devil tank, I have high expectations for the Veco Plus Kit.

We received the product from Vaporesso for the purpose of this review.

Vaporesso Veco One Plus Kit Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • Veco Plus mod
  • Veco Plus tank
  • One 0.3Ω EUC ceramic coil (installed)
  • One 0.3Ω EUC traditional coil
  • USB charging cable
  • Spares
  • User manual


  • Size: 24.5 mm x 137 mm (including drip tip)
  • Battery: Internal 3000 mAh
  • Tank capacity: 4 mL
  • Material: Stainless steel

Notable Remarks


I’d like to mention something I generally do not address: swapping flavors. Usually when I switch flavors in a tank, I pull the coil and insert a new coil.

With the Veco Plus swap I started with a vanilla custard and was offered some green apple juice by Jeremy from Vaping360. I quickly rinsed the tank and ceramic EUC in warm water, blew through the EUC into a tissue and reinstalled the coil. I was surprised at how quickly the flavor changed completely to apple. It was approximately 5-10 hits and I was not getting even a hint of custard.

I went back to custard with the same EUC and got nearly that same result, though it took about 15 hits before the vape was predominantly custard – if you didn’t know, you might not even have detected the apple. Some flavors are so strong that a complete flavor purge on a swap just can’t work. or may take a while, but the ceramic EUC handled it quite well.



My first encounter with the Veco Plus I used the pre-installed 0.3Ω ceramic EUC and my favorite vanilla custard. My fill method with a new coil is: Turn off mod (5 clicks with the Veco One kits), fill tank, and let the coil saturate for at least 5-10 minutes. I turn off the mod to make sure I don’t do what we all have done – inadvertently reach for the mod out of habit and fire a dry coil.

Five minutes and five clicks later, with airflow wide open, I take my first vape.

The vape is warm and satisfying. Not huge clouds of vapor but very good. Flavor is very good, as has been my experience with the entire Veco series of tanks. The Veco Plus airflow gives a good lung hit, with just the slightest restriction – if you want really big air you’ll have to step up to the Veco Devil tank.


  • Larger juice capacity
  • Larger battery capacity
  • Nice fit and finish
  • Very good flavor
  • Good vapor
  • Easy coil swap
  • Fast flavor transition
  • Pocket-friendly


  • No drip tip option
  • Limited color choices

Yeah, it’s true…

…bigger is better.

As stated, I am a confessed fan of the Veco tanks with EUCs and really liked the Veco One Kit. The small size works well for times when you don’t want to carry a large mod and the vape is very good. With the small 2 mL tank and 1500 mAh battery it is best suited when running about for a couple of hours or shorter social outings. Anything more than that, however, and you may find yourself in need of a refill, recharge, or both.

The Plus version addresses those concerns with the larger 4 mL tank and 3000 mAh battery. It’s a larger mod but still more discreet than a dual, or even single cell box. Think of it as a mechanical tube mod with the protections of a regulated mod – the Veco Plus Kit is just about that size.

The EUC system is still the easiest and cleanest method I have used when it comes time to replace the coil, and these tanks just flat out do not leak.

I guess my only gripes with the Plus kit are the fact that the tank will not allow any drip tip options, and the two color choices of stainless steel and black are a bit mundane. Then I remember that the original 1953 Chevrolet Corvette was only available in one color: white. Minor quibbles, really.

So, if you are looking at the Vaporesso Veco One Kit, or already own one, but find yourself wanting something…more, the Plus kit offers just that – though heavy vapers will still need to carry a juice bottle for extended periods. Otherwise, the Veco One and the Veco Plus both use the same EUC, and vape the same.

Whichever you ultimately choose, the Veco One Plus Kit is another well-made vaping kit from Vaporesso that I can confidently recommend to anyone looking for a satisfying vape on the go.

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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