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Thread: Anyone knows Joyetech's new AIO?

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    Lightbulb Anyone knows Joyetech's new AIO?

    I've been looking for new on the go gears for days, today a friend said Joyetech has new starter kit be released soon and suggest me to take it into consideration.
    I checked their website and found they did just launched a new kit AIO, they advertised that it's best leak proof, and has lights on eliquid, anyone has experience on their products? any suggestions will be appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by romenov View Post
    I've been looking for new on the go gears for days, today a friend said Joyetech has new starter kit be released soon and suggest me to take it into consideration.
    I checked their website and found they did just launched a new kit AIO, they advertised that it's best leak proof, and has lights on eliquid, anyone has experience on their products? any suggestions will be appreciated!
    It is on pre-order at heavengifts.

    eGo AIO Quick Start Kit By Joyetech
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    Top fill by the looks of it too (probably because it uses the Cubis coils )
    A replacement for the eGo-ONE?
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    Been using the ego one CT for 6 months, great device when out and about. Dropped it a few times no issues, charges quick, good power. The only thing i would say is if using sub ohm battery goes pretty quick, would get about 3-4 hours probably the equivelant of 10 cigs... if i was to compare
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