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    Joyetech eVic AIO

    Joyetech getting every last inch out of the evic vtc mini board and Cubis coil system.



    eVic AIO - Joyetech

    Lots to like about this one for me:
    • Nice improvement to the top cap and filling method
    • The adapter you get that lets you use any tank with it
    • Replaceable 18650
    • Interchangeable cover plates in multiple colours
    • All the eVic VTC board features like firmware upgrades
    • Coil choice up to wazooo


    Seen them at a few OS vendors in vender general already. Hopefully local pricing is good.

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    They make great looking mods. I am glad I skipped the Egrip 2

    On my list.
    Last edited by Crisscross; 20-07-16 at 11:11 PM.
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    They win my vote with the multiple coloured stickers. LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    They make great looking mods. I am glad I skipped the evic 2

    On my list.
    Yeah they really stepped up their design in the last year or so.

    I also like how they've pretty much made the Cubis coils their standard so you can have multiple form factor mods like all the AIO's or the cuboid mini or the Cubis or this one and they all take the same style coils.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    They win my vote with the multiple coloured stickers. LOL
    They even have a purpleish one. Lol
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    Oh and just noticed on the page you can actually remove the glass tank to clean properly which has been an issue with these style of mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Littleraf View Post
    Yeah they really stepped up their design in the last year or so.

    I also like how they've pretty much made the Cubis coils their standard so you can have multiple form factor mods like all the AIO's or the cuboid mini or the Cubis or this one and they all take the same style coils.
    Yes, but is there a secret to refilling without the coil flooding?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimeB View Post
    Yes, but is there a secret to refilling without the coil flooding?
    I use the regular round cubis tanks, the RBA plus GT's little adapter for horizontal coils and they are perfect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LimeB View Post
    Yes, but is there a secret to refilling without the coil flooding?
    Yep I use the regular Cubis and I just block the driptip with my finger as I'm screwing it back together - 9/10 time it's completely flood free and 1/10 I get a tiny bit that clears after two vapes.
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    I just remembered I read somewhere to hold the tank tilted rather than upright when screwing the top back in too.
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