AUGVAPE Intake RTA Review

Augvape is generally good material and is no exception with this Intake, a  rebuildable atomizer  , simple coil , intended for the moderate aerial vape, while promising a total absence of leakage through an air intake from above.

Not very beautiful, but very well done

It is a question of taste, certainly, but all the same, the proportions and the design of Intake show little grace. It is cons remarkably well made, and suffers no aesthetic or functional defect. His threads are precise. It is equipped with a standard drip tip blue standard 810, very thin and soft. Another drip tip, black and higher, is supplied in the spare parts.

It is scratched by the master Mike Vapes ( American reviewer of his condition), which we will not know if he actually participated in its development or if he simply put his signature in exchange of some subsidies (well deserved, no doubt ). This image also shows a detail of the finishing quality: a very slight chamfer around the base makes it possible to mark the boxes less by screwing the atomizer on it. Moreover, the connector 510 is neither adjustable nor removable and this is not a fault since, firstly, all the boxes are now equipped with a spring pin, and secondly, the consequent impossibility to dismount the base is not a problem, even for cleaning: the base is designed for that.

The tray and the airflow are ingenious

The tray is equipped with two fixing studs and two columns that fetch air at the top of the bell to bring it under the coil. This system is efficient, can be noisy, and more practical when reassembling than the Zeus RTA Geek Vape for example. It also limits the flow of air, which, whatever the opening of the air inlets, will be restricted by the diameter of 3 mm of the columns. In the end, the Intake proposes an inhalation only direct, but slightly restrictive, say half that of a Zeus.

The air rises on the coil through a grid of three oval holes, which water well coil. In this picture, we also notice how the liquid is directed towards the cotton, through a reserve dug in the mass of the base.

Simple assembly

The mounting studs are accessible, it is very easy to position the coil and fix it. The Intake can be a good choice to embark on the rebuildable.

The pads are particularly well thought to use flat wires, here a fused nichrome clapton , for a value of 0.35 ohm, which befits the range of vape of this atomizer.

The laying of cotton does not pose any difficulty. It is possible to let it pass in the reserve, or to cut it short, according to the taste of each: I think it makes no difference to the use. Moreover, if I mounted here a fused clapton , the Intake also works very well with single son in 0.4 or 0.5 mm. The production of steam is in this case a little diminished, but remains abundant, the coil is more reactive and the steam is a little less hot, which I prefer to vape fruity or fresh liquids. The choice of yarn is therefore a matter of taste.

Airflow and top fill

The airflow adjusting ring slides on an O – ring: it resists just what is needed to not get out of order while remaining easy to handle. This airflow adjustment is a little symbolic, and Augvape could have dared the impasse. Indeed, the two air guide tubes on the plate already restrict the flow of air, and it is necessary to close the ring by at least 2/3 to begin to feel a greater restriction, which does not present that little interest. The Intake is at best with the air inlets open thoroughly, it feels good to the vape that it is its optimal point of balance.

The filling is done from the top, and we guess that the top cap is fixed not with a thread, but with a bayonet system, faster and convenient.

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Vapons without leaks

This is the main feature of this atomizer. It’s been a few years since the builders are trying to design atomizers that do not flee, positioning the airflow up, OBS in mind I think it. But it caused them a lot of technical problems, to guide the air and avoid unpleasant agglutination. Above all, the results in terms of flavors were not very good. This experimental period has passed, Geek Vape, Digiflavor, and now Augvape offer us successful atomizers, without leaks but not without flavors.

It is not necessary to underestimate the other characteristics of this atomizer which, from 25 W, air flow wide open and with the coil presented here, offers a superb volume of vapor with liquids in 50/50, while remaining measured in terms of consumption. The flavors are frankly good, not as accurate as with a dripper dedicated to flavors, but related and pleasant. It produces a rather hot vapor, say warm to 25 W, but quickly warmer up to 40 W, which makes it suitable for the vape of greedy liquids, less to those of fruity or fresh liquids.

Technical Review

The Intake is delivered in a black cardboard cylinder, usual with Augvape. The box contains the replacement seals, a straight pyrex, a black drip tip and a 510 drip tip adapter.

Essential features of Augvap’s RTA Intake

Type of material atomizer
Diameter 23 mm
Height 50 mm
Capacity 4.2 ml
Filling top
Mounting type simple resistance
Air intake by the top
Materials steel

Small doubtful observations

I come back to the design, as I find it clumsy: it is a better atomizer that his look does not let it appear. It is practical and very well finished, but this top cap a bit coarse, and all these different diameters between the body, the tank in goldfish aquarium, the top cap and the drip tip … make it unbalanced, it gives the coup It is like being part of the family of noisy atomizers, when it offers a reasonable vape, rather fine, economical in liquid. Mr Augvape, launch your designers on a makeover of this ato, he deserves it!

Small clever observation

We noted that the base is not removable. This is not a problem for cleaning, except for the airflow circuit, in the tubes and under the coil. A little bicarbonate poured into the air guide grid, followed by soaking in slightly vinegar water is enough to remove traces of liquid and remove odors.

Little playful observations

Beyond aesthetic criticism, the Intake brings many pleasures of vape: it is quite silent, it does not leak at all unless you leave it upside down for several hours, and its abundant vapor is faithful to the flavors of liquids. It is a good atomizer, equivalent to the Geek Vape Zeus, with a smaller airflow, and easier to mount. It is thus particularly suitable to begin in reconstructible: the laying of the cotton, always delicate to limit the leaks on its first montages, is here easy, and will not be able to generate leaks.

Personally, even if its vape is not as subtle as some of my atomizers, I increasingly take Intuit, Zeus or Themis RTA Mesh from Digiflavor to work: the absence of leaks is a real asset when wants to look clean in the office or at a professional lunch. On the aesthetic level, I prefer it with its straight tank and black drip tip, more discreet. 

In summary

 WE love

  • The absence of leakage
  • Reasonable draw
  • The abundance of steam from 25 W
  • The quality of flavors for this type of ato
  • The quality of manufacture
  • Accessory equipment

 We do not like

  • The ungracious design

Conclusion

Apart from its somewhat crude design,  the Intake  has only qualities:  flawless workmanship, good flavors, pretty dense steam, and no leakage . It is also very easy to mount, making it a good candidate for vapers who want to embark on the rebuildable. Good job.

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Augvape Intake RTA

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Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini – continuation of the most popular line

Very unexpectedly for all, Sigelei began to stamp various versions of its extremely popular Fuchai 213W mod, at first it was Plus version , now Fuchai 213W mini , but something suggests that both updates will be accepted with a bang.

Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

Usually, the manufacturer when creating the “Mini” version, the manufacturer greatly reduces the size of the original mod, puts the built-in battery in and severely kills the functionality, but in Sigelei they decided to take a slightly different path.


Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

Fuchai 213W mini is 32.5% smaller than the big brother. It is powered by just one 18650 battery, which is a huge plus in front of the built-in one! Maximum power dropped to 80 watts, which is acceptable for this format.

Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

In general, the design remained the same and all controls in the same places.

Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

But the 510th connector has strongly changed. For some reason, the grooves from the sticking of the tank disappeared, and the ground itself has become much smaller.

Sigelei Fuchai 213W mini

According to some data, the baby was able to update the firmware, but this information has not yet been confirmed.

Specifications

  • Size: 79x37x28.5 mm;
  • Material: Aluminum and zinc;
  • Power: 5-80 watts;
  • Temperature range: 100 -300 ℃;
  • Voltage Range: 1.0-7.5 Volts;
  • Battery: 1 × 18650;
  • Modes: Varivat, Thermal Control (Ni / SS / TI);
  • Resistance range: 0.1-3.0 ohm;
  • Resistance range: 0.1-1.5 ohms.

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Smoant Charon Mini Review

The Smoant Charon Mini is the spiritual successor of one of last year’s most popular vape mods, the original Smoant Charon. However, apart from the name and the fact that they are both dual 18650 mods, these two devices don’t have very much in common. The Charon Mini has a completely different design, as well as a new settings menu and a much larger TFT display. To be honest, it looks so much more modern that it’s hard to believe that the original Charon only came out around this time last year. It just shows you how fast the industry is moving, I guess.

A Look at the Contents

The Smoant Charon Mini comes in a rectangular cardboard box with a picture of the mod and its impressive display layout on the front, and a list of contents as well as company information on the back.

Inside the box, we have the Charon Mini sitting in a Styrofoam holder, and underneath that is another compartment containing a micro-USB cable for charging and firmware upgrading, a user manual, a battery safety card and a warranty card. It’s pretty much your average vape mod kit, nothing out of the ordinary about it whatsoever.

Design and Build Quality

I still love my original Smoant Charon. I don’t use it as much as I used to, but I still think it’s a great mod, especially in terms of performance. That said, I was never crazy about its design. It was sturdy and ergonomic enough, but it just didn’t stand out at all. It had one of those small, rectangular displays that are considered outdated nowadays and a metallic, sleeve-like battery door, but no eye-catching elements at all.

The Smoant Charon TS 218, on the other hand, was a much more impressive device. It had a large, bright touchscreen that was actually very responsive, and it was a more refined device, overall. The new Charon Mini borrows the best features of the two previous mods in the Smoant Charon family.

The Charon Mini is a compact dual-battery box mod that measures 89mm x 45mm x 29mm and comes in four different colors – black, red, gold and rainbow. As you can see from the size specs., it is a bit more girth than most other compact dual-battery box mods, but I can tell you that thanks to its rounded edges and corners it is really comfortable in the hand.

The first thing I noticed about the Charon after taking it out of its box was the centered 510 connection. This is a huge improvement over both previous Charon mods, which had the connection located to the side. The connection plate is slightly raised and has a diameter of 25 mm. However, the fact that it’s centered means you can easily use atomizers up to 26 or even 28 mm in diameter without overhang being a huge issues. Personally, I wish all manufacturers would adopt the cenetered connection standard.

The next thing you’re bound to notice about the Charon Mini is the glass-like front panel. It gives the impression of a huge display, and even though only half of it is taken up by the actual screen, with the lower half being taken up by the two adjustment buttons and the micro-USB port, this still leaves you with a 2-inch color display.

There is no question that the gorgeous TFT screen is the main draw of the Smoant Charon Mini. With a 300 dpi resolution and 262,000 pixels, this is by far the best display I’ve ever seen on a vape mod. It has the exact same layout as the Smoant Cylon and the Smoant Ranker, but the size of the display and the clarity are on a whole other level.

On the other side of the mod, we have a magnetic battery door with a 3D-like multi-color design pattern on it. To remove the door, you have to stick your finger nail in a small slot on the bottom of the device, and pull. Unfortunately, this is not the best battery door I’ve ever seen, not even close. Although it has never come off accidentally, it does wiggle in my hand quite a bit, and that feel really awkward. I don’t know why the three pairs of magnets allow the door to move the way it does, but I do hope Smoant picked up this design flaw before the device’s official release. I received an early sample, so I don’t know if the final version has the same problem.

The fire button is located on one of the narrower sides of the mod, near the top. It’s a large, rectangular button that you can just as easily press with your thumb or the index finger. The button is nice and clicky, doesn’t rattle at all even when you shake the mod, and even though it’s made of plastic, it doesn’t feel cheap.

Finally, on the bottom, the Smoant Charon Mini has an impressive number of battery venting holes, so even though battery malfunction is extremely unlikely – if you follow the principles of battery safety – you won’t have to worry about gas build-up in the mod.

Overall, the Smoant Charon Mini feels like a durable and comfortable compact mod, with the exception of that wobbly battery door.

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Menu System and Navigation

The new Smoant Charon Mini is powered by the company’s proprietary Ant225 chip, which appears to be very similar to the Ant 218 chip used in the Cylon and Ranker mods. These mods all have the same display layouts and settings menu, so it’s fair to assume that the differences between the two chips are minimal.

If you’re familiar with either the Cylon or Ranker mods, using the Smoant Charon and navigating through its menu will be very easy. Al these latest devices from Smoant have essentially the same menu and navigation, so I’m not going to go through all the different options again here. If you’re interested in a more detailed presentation of the Charon Mini menu, check out my review of the Smoant Cylon, it’s essentially the same thing.

To get into the menu, all you have to do is press the fire button three times in rapid succession. You will be presented with four main submenus – VW Mode (wattage mode), TC Mode (temperature control), Settings, and Wallpaper.

In VW Mode, you can choose between three preheat options (Min., Normal and Max.) as well as a Custom Curves mode, where you can set the power for the first 10 seconds of your vape, in 1-second increments.

In TC Mode, you can choose on of the three supported materials (nickel, titanium and stainless steel), TCR and a TC Custom Curves Mode.

In Settings, you can adjust the brightness of the display, set the time, choose one of two available home screen layouts, choose if you would like the default mechanical clock or one of the nine available wallpapers to be displayed as the screensaver, set the timeout for the display, and an option to return the mod to factory settings.

Finally, in Wallpaper, you can select one of nine available wallpapers. However, you can also upload a custom wallpaper if you’d like to personalize your device even more.

That’s pretty much all there is to the Charon Mini menu. You have to use the two adjustment buttons under the display to cycle through the different options and press the fire button to confirm your choice. There’s no selection or back button on this device, so to exit the menu or a submenu, you have to keep the fire button pressed for a couple of seconds.

I’d like to touch a bit on the UI here, because it’s my favorite feature of this mod. You have the same two UI options as on the Smoant Cylon and Ranker, but the default one is definitely the best. It’s styled like a car’s Rev. gauge, with the needle going up when you press the fire button. It looks just like the one on the aforementioned Smoant mods, only here it’s much larger, brighter and even has some moving elements – two gears in the lower right corner of the screen that keep rotating while the display is on. They serve no purpose other than to look good, but they do add to the overall charm of the mod.

The mechanical clock that serves as a screensaver is also worth mentioning. It’s a much cooler version of the classic clock available on the Cylon and Ranker mods, featuring moving gears as well as changing sun and moon symbols, depending on the time of day.

Battery Life and Performance

The Smoant Charon Mini is powered by two 18650 batteries. I wish it were compatible with larger capacity batteries, like 20700, but I guess some companies still prefer to rely on 18650s exclusively because of their reduced size.

Like Smoant’s other recently launched mods, the Charon Mini features fast charging at a rate of 2A, as well as vape-while charging, so you can hook it up to your laptop or other power source and keep vaping on it while it’s charging.

In terms of battery life, Smoant is notorious for being extra conservative when it comes to how low they allow the battery voltage to drop before displaying the “low battery” message and cutting off power, so you may not get as much out of the same two batteries, at the same power output, as you would from another dual-18650 vape mod. I personally don’t see that as a con, as the difference in battery life compared with other mode is negligible, and this is ultimately as safety precaution.

A small con worth mentioning is that the Rev. gauge UI of the mod doesn’t display the levels of the two batteries separately, but as a series of horizontal lines for both batteries. So if one is full and the other is almost depleted, there’s no way to tell.

Performance-wise, the Smoant Charon Mini is just as good as the Smoant Cylon, and if you read my review of that mod you’ll know just how crazy I am about it. This device fires just as fast. As soon as you press the fire button, you can hear the coil in your atomizer sizzling, and Smoant claims that it fires in just 0.015 seconds. The power ramp-up is also very impressive, especially if you set the preheat to Max.

I’ve been messing around with the Custom Curves mode, creating custom power graphs for all of my attys, but at the end of the day, I always come back to straight wattage mode, for some reason. Having lots of options is definitely really nice, but somehow I always find myself using good old power mode the most.

The Smoant Charon Mini has a slightly bumped up power level, compared to the Cylon and Ranker mods. Those two have a max output of 218W, whereas this one is capped at 225W. Does it really do 225W? I honestly couldn’t tell you, as I don’t ever vape at that power level, and I also don’t have the equipment or technical knowledge to test it, but even if it does, that 7W power difference is irrelevant.

I can’t really tell you very much about TC mode since I’ve only tested it with a stainless steel dual-coil build. It seems to do a good job of protecting the wicking when it reaches the set temperature, and has never jumped out of temp.control, but I hardly ever use temperature control mode so I don’t have that much experience with it.

Conclusion 

The Smoant Charon Mini 225W box mod is a fine addition to the Charon family of mods. It looks great and feels comfortable in the hand, the display is hands down the best I’ve seen on a vape mod and it has the same great performance as the Smoant Cylon, which is saying something. On the other hand, I do hope that the wobbly battery door is just an issue with my early review copy and with the commercial version of the device, because it’s pretty annoying.

If you already own the Smoant Cylon or the Ranker, I don’t really see the point of getting this device, because they are essentially the same in terms of performance and features. The only real difference is the size and clarity of the display. But if you’re in the market for a compact and cool-looking dual-battery mod with a massive screen and cool interface, definitely check out the Smoant Charon Mini.

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Smoant Charon Mini 225w VV/VW/TC box mod

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Music Box: Naboo 225W TC Kit by Smoant

Smoant has released the Naboo Kit. It included a 225 watt box mod, equipped with a color interface with a music mode, and a 4 ml maintenance-free tank.

September 12, the company Smoant presented on the Facebook page the  Naboo Kit . The body of the box mod is made of zinc alloy, in a rectangular shape with cut corners. The choice provided four color variations. Most of the front side was taken under the color display. Below are two touch buttons. At the end set the fire button and lock key. The opposite side was provided with a USB port. The battery compartment is located behind the removable magnetic cover.

The device accelerates to 225 watts and responds to pressing the fire button in 0.015 s. In addition to the version and thermal control, the board allows you to customize the visual design of the menu, and also supports a music interface, the developers of which did not specify the essence. Power is provided by two 18650 batteries, they should be charged via the USB port with a current of up to 1.5A.

The tank is equipped with a pair of “grid” evaporators on Japanese cotton, with a resistance of 0.17 and 0.18 ohms. On the twisting topkep, there is a black 810th drip tip with a “cellular” pattern. Under the lid is a platform with filling holes. Bottom is an adjustment ring with diagonal notches. The volume can be increased from 2 to 4 ml.

The package includes two evaporators, an additional bulb, a USB cable, a repair kit and instructions.

Main characteristics:

  • Fashion size – 91 by 48 by 31 mm
  • Meals – 2х18650
  • Charging current up to 1.5A
  • Maximum power – 225 watts
  • Tank size – 52 to 25 mm
  • Volume – 2/4 ml

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Kanger Vola Starter Kit Review – Voila Vapor!

Kanger might not be the type of company that churns out mod after mod with little changes in between iterations., but whenever they release something new, it’s almost guaranteed to make an impact in the Vaping scene. The Kanger Vola is a 100-watt device powered by an internal 2000mAh battery. Bundled with the Vola tank, the kit is geared for beginners and power users alike with its multiple UI modes which either simplify or extend the functionality of the kit.

Review: Kanger Vola kit

Kanger Vola Review

Manufacturing Quality

Upon first glance, you’d be hard-pressed to spot any differences between the Kanger Vola and any regular modern portable media player. The simplified streamlined design hardly gives away it’s intended purpose as a Vaping device and makes the Kanger Vola look more like a fatter iPod.

The zinc alloy side panels are available in a variety of colorways to choose from; from monochrome to an assortment of vibrant pastel colors that really pop out.

The front and back panels are manufactured from a type of moulded plastic which is smooth to the touch and is more than a tad bit glossy which makes it a rather notorious fingerprint magnet, unfortunately.

The 1.3 inch TFT color display does an acceptable job of conveying all important information regarding the status of the device, however, in an era where OLED displays are slowly becoming the norm, it’s slightly disappointing to see Kanger slightly cheap out on the screen of the Vola.

Regardless, colors are still vivid enough with brightness and legibility being good enough for outdoor use. The side of the mod features the large round firing button which slightly protrudes from the body of the Kanger Vola making it relatively easy to find and actuate.

The firing button is satisfyingly clicky offering a good sense of tactility whenever firing the mod. The up/down wattage buttons are found directly below the firing button and are similarly crisp to the touch making menu navigation feel far from a chore.

Kanger Vola colors

The top of the Kanger Vola is where you’ll find the spring loaded 510 connection which manages to perform a good job of forming a proper connection with the included Vola sub-ohm tank. The 510 connections position is centred on top of the device making it an easy fit for most atomizers that have a base diameter of 25mm or less.

Sufficient battery venting can be found on the bottom making battery safety a non-issue and as the battery is non-swappable, there is no battery door to be found which might detract from the rigidity of the mod.

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Flavor Quality

The Kanger Vola sub-ohm tank included in the kit does a stellar job at creating a variable and versatile airflow system which is also easily adjustable by the user.
The end result is a smooth and non-turbulent airflow when configured properly although some annoying whistling can be heard when closing off the airflow to a bare minimum.
The tank has inlets for top and bottom airflow meaning cloud chasers can get their full fill of maximum vapor production by fully opening the airflow up all the way.
The two included coils bundled with the kit are the R2 0.4-ohm single coil rated for an output range of 40-80 watts, and the R8 quad coil at 0.2-ohms which can handle an output range of 50-90 watts.
For a more relaxed vaping experience, the R2 coil does a good job of producing a decent amount of flavor and vapor while helping extend the battery life, while the R4 coil produces a more intense vape with increased amounts of flavor and vapor at the tradeoff of eating up the internal battery faster.
Coil life is about par for whats expected of most pre-built sub-ohm coils and last about a week of optimal use before flavor production starts tapering off.

Power Flexibility

While specs-wise the Kanger Vola isn’t a match for the true heavy hitters of the vaping world which reach maximum wattages of 200-300 watts, it’s pretty good at what it does. The 100 watts of maximum output that the Kanger Vola provides is sufficient for 90% of vapers out there.

Ramp up is quick without any noticeable firing delay and misfires are pretty much nonexistent meaning you’re guaranteed a bountiful of flavor and vapor everytime you hit the firing button.

When it comes to vaping modes, the Kanger Vola doesn’t fall short. Capable of temperature control for the full gamut of temperature control coils such as stainless steel, nickel, and titanium, the Kanger Vola lets vapers fire the mod on temp control regardless of what coil they prefer (with the obvious exception of kanthal).

Adjustable TCR mode is also a welcome option which the Kanger Vola supports allowing power users to tweak the output of their mod to their exact specifications.

Kanger Vola tank and full body

Ease of Use

Regardless of your expertise when handling variable wattage devices, the Kanger Vola manages to simplify the vaping experience for beginners. Preset modes come available in the form of a “Beginner/Intermediate/Expert vaping modes.

This is done with the intention of preventing beginners from making unintentional and undesired changes to the device’s settings while giving more experienced vapers the desired flexibility that they might want from their device.

The Kanger Vola tank is easy enough to refill thanks to the simple top fill mechanism which involves just threading the top cap off and dripping e-liquid down the fill holes.

Replacing the coils is an easy affair as well; simply unscrew the tank from the base and thread off the old coil and simply swap the new coil, threading it in.

Portability

The main drawback of the Kanger Vola is the rather lackluster mAh rating on the internal battery. 2000MAh might be sufficient for lower power mods, but if you plan on vaping the on the Kanger Vola at wattages north of 40 watts, don’t be surprised if your mod runs out of a charge at some point midday.

This is especially more pronounced when using the included R8 coils which are rated for a low resistance which will discharge the battery at a faster rate.

If you don’t mind charging your mod with portable power bank midday then this shouldn’t be an issue, but for those who prefer a kit that gets’s by on its own for a full day’s worth of use, it might be a good idea to look elsewhere.

Kanger Vola tank detached

Overall Experience

The Kanger Vola is a compelling compact option that provides a wide series of vaping options for both beginners and power users alike.

Unfortunately, the minuscule 2000mAh holds back the true potential of this kit, disallowing the mod from operating at a full day’s worth of use when vaping anywhere north of 40-50 watts.

Joyetech Ultex T80 Review – Judgment Day

Electronic cigarettes have undergone countless innovations through the years, from improvement when it comes to battery technology, to huge leaps in the atomizer and tank design. Notso unexpectedly, one of the things that haven’t really changed in the years is overall coil design.
While we’ve had larger and more complex designs more recently, the overall concept still stays the same and that is something that the Joyetech Ultex T80 is seeking to change. With its own uniquely designed heating element, the Ultex T80 is a potential game changer within the sometimes too familiar and stale vaping space.

Review: Joyetech Ultex T80

Joyetech Ultex T80 ReviewManufacturing Quality

While Joyetech never really was the kind of brand to produce top of the line, ultra-premium devices, they’re not exactly the type to cheap out on their mods either, something which is exceedingly evident with the Ultex T80.

Crafted out of a solid aluminum chassis, the Ultex T80 offers a soft yet sturdy feel when held in hand. The intricate lines carved on the exterior gives off a strong lightsaber motif, especially with the grooves located near the power/fire button located close to the base of the tank.

Despite its tube-like aesthetic, the Ultex T80 doesn’t share the fixed output mentality that most tube or mechanical mods often exhibit, something which becomes glaringly obvious upon spotting the up/down button wattage buttons as well as the tiny and non-descript OLED screen located close to the bottom of the device.

While we’re normally quick to hark on devices that make use of a smaller than average screen, we can’t really complain in the case of the Ultex T80 as the small screen is the perfect fit for preserving the clean tube aesthetic that many fans of mechanical devices are sure to appreciate.Joyetech Ultex T80 available colors

Another characteristic that really surprised us about the Ultex T80 is the battery cap located at the bottom indicating that the device does operate with a removable 18650 battery instead of an integrated cell. The battery cap doesn’t do anything fancy, but it threads on well and holds the battery in place well enough for us to feel confident that the battery isn’t going anywhere we don’t want it to.

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Flavor Quality

Here’s where things get a little wonky, and to be honest we feel that its to be a bit expected considering that Joyetech is basically pioneering an all-new design for a heating element. While Joyetech advertises the Ultex T80 as a “coil-less” device, the actual truth is that it still uses a kanthal heating element to vaporize the e-liquid.

The main difference is that the kanthal isn’t wrapped in a coil and is instead laid out in a flat sheet or film and pressed against organic cotton which acts as a wicking agent. It’s a slightly different approach that doesn’t differ much from mesh coil designs, but the mechanics of how the Ultex T80 vaporizes e-liquid doesn’t really differ at all from every modern device available right now in the market.

Considering Joyetech took some creative liberties with this sort of “coil-less” design, its to be expected that there will be some sort of trade-off. This definitely hold through in the airflow department as vaping on the Ultex T80 does produce some significant turbulence to the point that each inhale feels a bit whistle-y which can get a bit annoying for more particular vapers.

Occasional spit back is also another issue we experienced with the Ultex T80, and we’re almost 100% certain the spit back is caused by the less than optimal airflow design causing heat to be trapped in the coil, subsequently boiling or “popping” the e-liquid to the point you can physically feel the flavor hit your lips in liquid form instead of vapor.

In terms of flavor or vapor production though, the device does just fine although it doesn’t really wow us in any way. In fact, it sort of reminds us of how first-generation mesh coils performed back when they were first released so hopefully, we’ll be seeing some improvement in this regard should Joyetech decide to follow up on it.

Power Flexibility

Perhaps one of the most unexpected but welcome features of the  Ultex T80 is its capability for variable wattage which is rarely seen in the tube form factor category. The device fires up to a maximum of 80 watts but we stuck to Joyetech’s recommendation of vaping around the 40-watt range as anything significantly had the potential to overload the coil and produce an unsatisfying burnt taste.

In the future, we’d be eager to see more variations of this coil-less design released in tandem with compatibility for larger battery cells such as 20700 or 21700 batteries.

For those wondering, the Ultex does support temperature control out of the box although there’s currently no option to use it with the included tank as there aren’t any TC variants of this coil-less design being made for it yet. You’ll definitely need to vape with a 3rd party or alternative atomizer if you want to enjoy temperature control on this device.Joyetech Ultex T80 mouth piece detached

Ease of Use

Setting up the Ultex T80 doesn’t differ much from any standard variable wattage device with a sub-ohm tank with exception to the coil-less mechanism found on the base of the tank wherein you’ll need a small Phillips head screwdriver to screw in the NCFilm kanthal heating element.

As for the wick, any organic cotton will work, you’ll just need to cut it to size in order for it to fit underneath the NCFIlm. After threading everything together, simply push the top cap sideways, sliding it open in order to access the fill ports where your e-liquid of choice goes in.

Hit the power button 5 times and the Ultex T80 should jump straight into variable wattage mode. Hold the fire button down while inhaling and you’re pretty much good to go!

Portability

With dimensions measuring out to  28mm* 138.5mm, the Ultex T80 does sport a bit more girth than your average tube-style device which is understandable as its holding not only a complete chipset which enables VW and TC modes but an entire 18650 cell as well.

The kit in its entirety is relatively lightweight with about 200 grams if including the weight of the battery making it a solid choice for those looking for an easy to carry all day vape.

As for battery life, we tested the Ultex T80 with a 3000mAh LG cell and found it to handle power delivery efficiently enough, allowing us to go for a full day of use moderate use before the voltage on the battery dropped to a point where it required recharging.

The device supports 2A charging and includes a micro USB cable to facilitate that as well so downtime in between charging cycles although we strongly recommend getting a dedicated charger and a few spare 18650 batteries to take full advantage of the device’s ability to easily swap batteries at a moments notice.Joyetech Ultex T80 flat display

Overall Experience

When all’s said and done, we have to say that while we do like the Ultex T80 as a whole, the NCFilm made us feel like we were vaping with an unfinished prototype. While beginners might not find a lot to complain about the inconsistent airflow and rampant spit back on this devices, those familiar with vaping on well-designed tanks or atomizers will definitely feel the lack of polish in the way the Ultex T80 vapes.

If you are looking for the best pre-filled unit on the market we suggest checking out the Bo One and if you are looking for the best mod-style unit we suggest checking out the Smok X-Priv.

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Eleaf iJust 3 kit – the legend returns in a new guise

Today we are getting acquainted with the reincarnation of one of the iconic devices, from which many bathers began their journey into the world of vaping, which is beautiful and pleasantly smelling, unlike analog cigarettes.

So, the next “bestseller?” – Eleaf iJust 3 kit .
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Eleaf iJust 3 kit (6.5ml version) / Eleaf iJust 3 kit (2ml version)
Eleaf iJust 3 kit - the legend returns in a new guise ...
Dimensions: 136 x 25mm / 130.5 x 25mm whale completely
Weight: 158g / 152g Case
material: stainless steel + plastic
Power: built-in 3000mAh
Output power: up to 80W
Mode of operation: POWER
Supported resistance: 0.1 – 3.0Ω
Protection:from low / high resistance, from overheating, from short circuit, from recharge / overdischarge
Connector type: steel 510, pin is spring-loaded
Micro-USB port / charging: yes
Color: see photo below
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ELLO Duro Tank (6.5ml version) / ELLO Duro Tank (2ml version)
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Case material: stainless steel Atomizer
type: maintenance-free
Evaporators: all evaporators of the HW series
Capacity: 6.5ml / 2.0ml
Diameter: 25mm
Height: 54mm with drip type / 50mm with drip type
Connector: 510, pin gold-plated
Weight: 57g / 51.5g
Color: see photo below
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Complete set
– iJust 3 mod
– ELLO Duro Tank
– replaceable evaporators 2pcs HW-M 0.15Ω / HW-N 0.2Ω
– USB cable
– spare parts
– user manual
– warranty card The
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exterior is made in a modern style, bright colors of the case, embossed engraving in the form an intricate pattern on board and, of course, a “serious” tank crowns this composition.
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Especially here there is nothing to burn, probably, it will be more interesting for you to see the photo. So just a few words.
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The complete tank is powered by new replaceable evaporators on the “grid”. However, the old can also digest.
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They are blown, naturally from below, to adjust the tightening provided for a slewing ring. The capacity of the tank is as much as 6.5 ml in the “non-neutered” version.
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Top filling – sliding cover. It turned out quite serious and impressive non-service.
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Landing atoms up to 25mm in diameter inclusive.
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The battery pack is equipped with a battery of decent capacity.
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It is charged through the connector at the top of the device.
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Fire button is large, embossed and comfortable. It is surrounded by an LED indicator, one of the functions of which is displaying the battery charge level.
Eleaf iJust 3 kit - the legend returns in a new guise ...
Eleaf iJust 3 kit - the legend returns in a new guise ...

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Eleaf iJust ECM – is the new Ajast better than iJust 3 or not?

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This is another starter, in the launch version with the  iJust ECM Atomaizer atomizer.

In the spring of this year, iJust 3 was released , which is currently the leader among its subsidiaries in sales.

Will the new Ajast be better than the Ajast 3? Compare in the review.

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Equipment

Comes starter set in a white box on which there is a stretch code to verify originality. We are met with iJust ECM Tank, a battery pack, a spare 2 ml flat glass, a ZIP package with o-rings for the atomizer and refill silicone (with a non-spill function), a white USB cable, packed in transparent plastic 0.15 ohm evaporator Scotch is a black rectangle to check the originality of the device (this scooter needs to be applied to the box, to the place where the black stripe is on the box and if it lights up, then the original vape).

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Information for information

Eleaf iJust ECM is made of stainless steel and is available at the time of this writing in 5 colors: black, blue, steel, yellow and rainbow, has a built-in 3000 mAh battery, working resistance from 0.1 Ohm, equipped with only one mode – Power, has maximum power – 40 W, paired with an iJust ECM Tank on maintenance-free EC-N and EC-M evaporators.

Battery pack overview

A distinctive feature is that the ajjast under consideration works on new type evaporators and, of course, on the grid: EC-N and EC-M. Both on the cantal, with a resistance of 0.15 Ohm, the cross section of the grid in two evaporators is different: larger and smaller.

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Electronic cigarette is presented in 5 colors so far: gold, silver, black, blue, dazzling.

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But let’s start as always from above and in order. 510 connector is different from the connector that stood on the third aijaste. Here on the connector is the name of the device and manufacturer. The central part has 4 propyl, which is likely to protect the atomizer from sticking to the connector when hovering. Pin springs about 2-3 mm.

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Next comes the button – Fire. It does not rattle, has a triangular shape, a sharp angle down.

This arrangement makes it more convenient to press the button almost from the bottom. However, at the edges, pressing is also pleasant. In general, the click is not loud, the click is clear.

Specifications:

Capacity of the built-in rechargeable battery: 3000 mAh

Output power: 40 W,

Operating resistance: 0.1 to 3 ohms.

Inside the button there is an LED that lights green when pressed.

Personally, I liked the button on iJust 3 more, it was larger and had a hexagonal shape. Although it’s all a matter of habit and perhaps triangular, you can also get used to it.

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At the bottom is the base, which in all colors will be steel color. Bottom hole for exhaust gas from the battery and at the same time to cool the board.

You can note that the connector and the base have the same cuts at the extreme points, which give a certain symmetry in design.

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IJust ECM Tank Overview

Atomizer in Ajast 3 was somehow more elegant. In the same usual delirious 810 drip-type on two o-rings. Drip-tip inside has a narrowing to the bottom.

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In general, he is not bad, but the aiphast driptypes of the third were from Resin and looked very nice.

Dimensions:

Height: 24 mm (with drip-type)

Diameter: 25mm

Weight: 60 gr.

Refueling is carried out by shifting to the side of the refueling cap. A white silicone insert opens to fill up the fluid. There is one more in the set, with the function of non-spilling, i.e. after removing the spout of the bottle from the tank, the membrane closes the filling opening and the zizhka from the tank (if turned over) does not leak out.

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Atomizer is disassembled from the drip-type, top-cap, which is combined with the mine, the evaporator, connecting the top and bottom of the tank, base and glass.

The EC-N and EC-M evaporators are threaded at the top and bottom, so they are screwed in and hold the top cap (top cover) from the bottom and top. Coils are distinguished by the cross section of the grid, i.e. only its weaving. From 30 to 70 W – recommended power.

The base has a blower adjustment ring, which is smooth here. There are stoppers. Pin floating, sticks out badly and therefore cannot be used on mechanical mods.

The volume of the tank is only 2 ml. It is not clear why they put exactly the same glass for 2 ml in the kit, but the volume is small.

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IJust ECM vs. iJust 3 Comparison

The first thing that came to mind after the review was that Eleaf was in a hurry to release a new ajast.

Unlike iJust 3, ayjast ECM was not as roomy, only 2 ml instead of 6.5 on Bublee-Glass, i.e. the manufacturer refused to increase the volume of glass and it is strange.

In addition, the new iJust power only 40 watts. Evaporators on the grid are delicious, but the third was tastier. There the steam was somehow richer, thick. The pair also had more on the top three, which is understandable, it was just more powerful.

The button during operation is pressed normally, like the indicator light, the red glow says that it is time to charge. Three tanks on a fully charged battery can be evaporated.

Still, iJust 3 is better than iJust ECM.

Cons and pros

Minuses:

– no large glass, only 2 ml,

– the maximum power is only 40 W, the drip will not pull

Pros:

– universal replacement for evaporators, suitable from iJust S , iJust 3, iJust ONE , iJust X , iJust 2,

– the big LED which luminescence will signal about a charge level of the accumulator,

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Coilart Salt RTA Review | Not Just For Nic Salts

Coilart Salt RTA review

The Salt by Coilart is a single-coil mouth to lung rebuildable tank atomizer. It is also the first RTA designed specifically for use with nicotine salt based e-liquids. In order to accomplish that, Coilart made everything small on it: from atomizer diameter to build deck size, and from the build posts to the airflow holes. Everything about this RTA is engineered for use with higher strength e-liquid.

It comes with a capacity of 2 mL — that goes up to 3.5 mL with the included bubble glass – and six prebuilt coils. The coils come in three specs, each for a different kind of juice (low strength nic salts, high strength nic salts, and regular e-liquid.) Coilart lists five colors for the Salt RTA, but only the black and stainless steel editions are available for purchase right now.

Build quality and design

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The CoilArt Salt RTA has a simple, retro style to it. The first thing you notice is that it is only 18 mm in diameter; it reminds me a lot of the Nautilus Mini, minus some curves. The 2 mL capacity of the Salt RTA is impressive for a rebuildable tank of its size. To put it in perspective, the 24 mm Berserker RTA holds the same amount of e-liquid out of the box. Its construction is sturdy and metallic, and I appreciated the fact that the tank section is made out of glass. It gives some stylish points to it. Machining is on point and everything seems well put together.

There are some minor drawbacks though. One of the Salt RTAs I received came with a slightly worn-off gasket O-ring, but I found a replacement piece in the box, so that’s fine. And the ridges of the airflow ring might need some cleaning up every once in a while. Oh, and the replacement bubble glass that gives the Salt an extra 1.5 mL looks kinda funny on it – but that might just be me.

Airflow

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The Salt RTA is an MTL atomizer and doesn’t pretend otherwise. It features an adjustable single hole airflow ring with seven airflow options, ranging from 0.6 to 2 mm. The ring doesn’t lock on each hole, but it does have stoppers on the smallest and largest airflow holes. The black airflow ring made it a bit hard to distinguish between the different airflow settings on the black Salt RTA, but I got used to it after a while. The bottom inside airflow measures somewhere between 1.2 and 1.5 mm and the tiny chamber reinforces the tight airflow of the tank.

While this might not be the most innovative airflow system, everything is very well thought out. Most importantly, the external airflow options are very close in diameter to the internal airflow hole, which ensures a smooth MTL experience. Just by looking at the airflow system I could already say that this will not be a tank for those after an airy vape. It might have seven airflow options, but all of them belong in the tight draw category.

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Build deck and wicking

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The two-post build deck is simple and minimalistic. It is a slightly raised GTA-style deck and reminded me a lot of the build deck of the 3CVAPE Savour RTA — although everything is much smaller on the Salt RTA. Building on it is very straightforward: one coil end on each post, move the coil close to the airflow, wick it up, and you are ready to go. I’d suggest using coils with up to a 2.5 mm ID. The wick holes are tiny and your wicks will need some combing to ensure that e-liquid will reach the coils freely, especially if you are using high VG e-liquids.

Given the size (and airflow) of the RTA, anything larger than MTL-style fused Claptons will be overkill. Regular round wire of the finer variety seems to be the best option, which makes total sense for an MTL RTA – especially one that is designed for use with nic salts.

Performance

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I tried four builds on the Coilart Salt RTA, the three included coils and my go-to build for mouth to lung atomizers:

  • 28 gauge Ni80 (included) with 20 mg nic salts.
  • 30 gauge Ni80 (included) with 20 mg nic salts.
  • MTL fused Claptons (included) with 6 mg freebase juice.
  • 26 gauge Kanthal round wire with 6 mg freebase juice.

This one might be one of the smallest RTAs out there, but what it lacks in size it makes up with its performance. I got really good flavor out of all the builds I tried. The tiny chamber and bottom airflow helped a lot with the flavor and throat hit. In fact, I can say that I got comparable flavor to one of my favorite RTAs of all time, the Berserker Mini, which is not a small feat. On top of that, I had no leaking, condensation or flooding with the top-fill, some of the issues I have had in the past with various MTL RTAs.

The included round wire coils were a good fit for 20 mg nic salt e-liquid. I didn’t notice much of a difference between them, especially when I tested them at the lower end of their recommended wattages. I got a very satisfying vape out of these two coils and ended up installing the second 30-gauge coil when I finished testing the rest of the builds.

I am not the biggest fan of multi-strand coils for MTL vaping and I can’t say that the included fused Claptons changed my mind. They seem to be all the rage lately, but I somehow always end up having to spend time troubleshooting for gurgling. On top of that, the wattage recommendation for these coils is much higher than it should be, so keep that in mind if you use them. I spent one evening with this build and got an alright vape with the airflow completely open, but nothing special. I swapped these coils for my 26-gauge Kanthal wire and got the best out of my 6 mg freebase liquid.

The airflow is smooth all over the board. At its smallest hole it is one of the tightest MTLs I have ever had — I am not vaping on high-strength nic salts, but if I did I would probably start with this airflow option. Wide open it is still MTL, but of the airy variety. I’d say it’s just a tiny bit airier than the notoriously tight Berserker Mini at its larger hole. There is no way you can use this RTA for direct-lung inhales, so keep that in mind if that is what you are after.

Likes

  • Good build quality
  • Minimalistic design
  • Very easy to build
  • Wicks with no issues
  • Proper MTL draw
  • Really good flavor
  • Defined throat hit
  • Perfect fit for nic salts
  • Comes with 6 pre-built coils

Dislikes

  • May look a bit weird on larger mods
  • Not for direct-lung inhales
  • Included fused Claptons are overrated for wattage
  • Airflow ring will need cleaning once in a while

Verdict

The Coilart Salt RTA was kind of a surprise to me, mainly due to its size. I don’t know why, but I didn’t think I’d get a very good vape out of an RTA that’s so small. But I did, and I’d recommend this one to anyone after an easy to build and hassle-free MTL rebuildable tank atomizer that can perform at a high level with both nic salts and freebase e-liquid.

Regardless of the liquid you plan on using with it, if you enjoy a tight MTL draw and don’t mind a smaller diameter atomizer, then you will love the Salt RTA. What do you think? Have you tried the Salt RTA? Let me know in the comment section.

Review: Endura T20-S Kit – Innokin

After Endura T20 in May 2017 and all EZT in September Innokin returns with an Endura T20-S more durable, more powerful with a choice of battery tubes 1500 mAh or 2000. Innokin are improving its starter kits with every new feature.

Everything in simplicity

It must be admitted, it is easier to smoke than to vapote. Fortunately, there are products like this Endura T20-S, which try to facilitate this life-saving migration.

Compared to the Endura T20 , the design does not change, but we appreciate the new soft touch coating, very nice. Like the other, the Endura T20-S offers a resistance of 0.8 ohm. This value of resistance corresponds to a product of vape all day,  which must not consume too much liquid, nor overuse the battery.

For this T20-S version, Innokin offers a choice of 2 batteries of 1500 mAh and 2000 mAh. Above all, you can buy a single battery separately. Indeed, the kit is offered with the battery of 1500 mAh, you add another battery alone, if you want more autonomy.

The Endura T20-S kit from Innokin consists of a battery, a clearomizer , a resistor and a USB cable. It brings together all necessary for the vape in a small footprint.  

It is aimed at vapers who want to acquire something light easy to use. You can still vape with your favorite clearomizers, subject to a resistance greater than 0.6 ohm and less than 1.5 ohm.

Innokin improves a product that was already quite successful

The presentation box of the Endura T20-S is small and classic like a glasses case. The whole is simple and coherent. The contents of the box is correct but without wall charger. You will find a USB cable, a spare resistor, a user manual in English, replacement seals and a replacement drip-tip. My first impression was the resemblance with the eGo ONE . It’s small, light and ergonomic.  

 

The T20-S version loses the protective cap drip tip , which was convenient to protect your e-cigarette, but was easily lost. So no regret at this level.

The assembly is good, the set can easily hide in the palm of your hand or your pocket. The threads are suitable. On the other hand, look for no airflow adjustment ring there is none. This absence is also not that troublesome for those resistors that do not deserve a large flow of air. The flow rate is sufficiently low to allow a new vaper to vapot indirectly, as he generally seeks.

The Endura T20-S has no adjustment . The fire button is surrounded by a thin LED that indicates the charge level of the battery. The latter barely exceeds and is therefore not easily detectable to the touch.

The absence of adjustment indicates that the Endura T20-S is preset to operate resistors from 0.8 ohm to a fixed power of 18 W. Do not worry for those who already have a normal T20, the T20-S also fits 1.5 ohm resistors.

These settings guarantee a significant autonomy for only 1500 mAh. This kit S is more powerful than the T20 and above all will probably fit better to a wider range of vapers.

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Technical Review

Essential features of the Endura T20-S kit:

  • Length: 130 mm in 1500 mAh version, 160 mm in 2000 mAh version
  • Diameter: 19 mm
  • Weight: 95 g in 1500 mAh version and 110 g in 2000 mAh version
  • Battery capacity: 1500 mAh / 2000 mAh only but not included in the kit
  • Color: Black, Stainless Steel, Blue, Red, Purple, Gray
  • Fixed wattage: 18 W for 0.8 ohm
  • Maximum output 6A
  • Maximum output voltage: 3.85 V
  • Resistance minium: 0.6 ohm
  • No screws 510
  • Micro USB charging not protected by a cache
  • 1 square button on the top of the battery (on and off by 3 rapid presses)
  • 3 drip tips with 2 different types
  • Remaining battery display by blinking in three colors
  • Material: steel / stainless steel

Characteristics of Prism S clearomizers:

  • Height: 48 mm
  • Diameter: 19 mm
  • Atomizer capacity : 2 ml

The pack includes

  • A simple manual but in English
  • USB cable
  • Two Prism resistors in 0.8 ohm

Somple use for a normal vape without a bad surprise

After 3 button presses, the micro LED lights up around the single button. This micro LED lights up when you are vape and shows the discharge rate of your battery . It’s not really practical and the orange comes too late. I was surprised by the red, which comes soon after the orange and only lasts a few puffs.

As for the settings, you only have the fire button to vaper anything else, and between us, it’s not more complicated than a lighter.

Let’s talk about the feeling of the vape. At first I could have micro risers in the mouth but it’s because I filled the tank too much , do not exceed the top of its windows.

The filling is done from above by unscrewing the base of the plastic drip tip. It is convenient and quite easy and there is enough space to use most of the bottles or pipettes on the market. The only drawback comes from screwing where the liquid sometimes flows a little in the end, it is not unacceptable but an annoying hair in the long run.

You also notice that Innokin provided 2 different drip tips, one of which is in one piece, which allows easier unscrewing for filling.

Let’s add that this resistance is perfectly balanced and that naturally it consumes more liquid than the 1.5 ohm of the T20. The steam is hotter than on the T20, or even a hair too hot if we chain the puffs. I would have preferred a setting of 16 W.

A remarkable autonomy

The average battery life was 4 hours for the 1500 mAh version with 0.8 ohm resistance, the same as I could see with the T20 and its 1000 mAh for a resistance of 1.8 ohm. With the 2000 mAh version, I held 5 hours.

In summary, I sprayed about 6 ml on the 1500 mAh battery and 8 ml on the 2000 mAh version. These averages are average work days, where I’m not hanging on this little Endura T20 all the time. It is not made to make big clouds but to make you just enter the world the vape without a nervous breakdown.

A recharge time really too long

Limited to 0.5 A, the recharging of the battery of 1500 mAh took me 3h30 and that of the 2000 mAh, a little less than 5 hours. It is too long !

In the book of grievances, I would also add that the end of the battery arrives a little too late. The power becoming insufficient and I could have agglutinations, sign that the liquid is not consumed enough by a weak power of the resistance. My advice is to change the battery when switching from LED to orange.

It remains that this new resistance Prism never gave me a burnt taste and offers a basic vape. The taste is quite honest for this kind of material, but we must recognize that these resistances need a good break-in.

The last point, always very pleasant, especially compared to the competition, is that it remains silent and easily concealable . I know that for some it is a real criterion of purchase.

 Conclusion

The choice becomes difficult between the 1000, 1500 and 2000 mAh versions for neophytes.

Anyway with this kit Innokin Endura T20-S, plus the battery of 2000 mAh and a small vial of liquid of 10 ml, you will be ready for a big day of vape. And it’s essential especially for less than 150 g in your pocket.