Joyetech eGo AIO
This week I am taking a look at the Joyetech eGo AIO, an all in one vaping device.
The Joyetech eGo AIO comes in a neat little cardboard box, with the picture of the device clearly shown on the top. Mine was marked as a sample but is a complete retail unit, yours won’t have sample on it.
Your new device will be nested neatly in a foam insert.
Regular documentation is inside, your warranty card, user guide and a filling guide.
Accessories are beneath the foam insert. You get 2 coil heads, USB charging cable and a spare (clear) drip-tip.
And, here is the Joyetech eGo AIO device. It has a clear window to see the juice level and a single clicky button for operation.
The other side has the Joyetech logo, another clear window and the USB charging port.
The USB port is just for charging the internal 1500mAh battery. You can also see the black colouring of the body changes to grey half way up the glass window, this is your maximum fill level indication (for when you refill).
The top of the device has a rotating ring, this serves a couple of purposes. Firstly, it is a ‘child proof’ lock to stop accidental opening of the juice tank. Pushing down on it engages a slot to unscrew the cap, kind of like a lot of medicine bottles have.
The second is air flow control, lining up the dots gives maximum air flow. Moving away from aligned dots reduces the airflow.
The drip tip has a spiralled design. More on this in the opinions.
The drip tip is standard sized and so can be swapped out for your favourite drip tip, or the spare clear one included.
The base has the device name and the usually CE and ‘do not recycle’ logos.
The tank uses the same design as the Joyetech Cubis, reviewed in February. It fills like a glass tumbler (up to the fill line mentioned above).
Here we have the ‘body’ of the atomiser. It works the exact same way as the Cubis does, air flows down the outer tube, over the atomiser coil head and back up and out of the centre tube.
Her we have the coil head, it is the same as the Cubis 0.6ohm 316 stainless steel coils available for the Cubis. Rated at 15-28watts.
And finally we have the assembled top and coil, it just screws into the tank once filled.
The device lights up when vaped, you can change that illumination colour from a choice of seven colours shown here.
So opinions …
The device is nice looking and small (20mm diameter and 118mm long including the drip tip). It is also light at just 77grams.
The flavour and vapour output are especially impressive for something this small as well. I gave up smoking with an iClear and eGo and this beats them hands down.
Really good device for the light vaper or someone trying to quit smoking.
It has a small 2ml capacity, this is due to Joyetech aiming to fit in with new European regulations that prohibit larger tanks now.
It also has a claimed ‘leak free’ filling system, which is literally true but you can still get juice on your hands if you are very clumsy filling it.
Output is not regulated, as such the output will diminish as the battery drains but not by much with a 0.6ohm coil. I calculated the device output about 22watts on a fill charge and about 16 when you need to recharge it, it is a drop but not a massive one.
On the subject of charging, the device has a small 1500mAh battery but it last well and charges quickly. I vape a lot and the charge lasted me 2-3 refills (so 4-6ml) of liquid.
The spiral in the drip tip is stated to give a nicer vapour ‘mix’ but, it also stops condensation reaching your mouth. Even after 10ml the device wasn’t spitting at me due to condensate in the drip tip.
I personally like a big device with heavy output ability and all day battery and juice capacity. That said, I could easily go out all day with 2 of these (and maybe a 10ml bottle of liquid) and survive without any problems or issues. For such a small device that is impressive.
Overall I think this is aimed at the average vaper, not the high end collector or the cloud chaser. For those average vapers this device is sure to satisfy.
I would for myself love to see on of these in 22mm diameter with regulated output (preferably TC) and a 2200+ mAh battery. This small device has impressed me, and I didn’t think it would.
Joyetech RRP is £25/$30/27€