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Thread: SmokJoy SV AIO Kit

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    SmokJoy SV AIO Kit

    Hello AussieVapers, I am taking a look at the SmokJoy SV AIO. The kit was kindly sent to me by James from the Healthcabin free of charge for the purpose of this review.

    In the Box




    It says you get 0.6 coils with the device and indeed that's what i recieved with my device but the newly shipped devices will come with 1.2ohm ceramic coils for improved flavour.
    (I do have a 1.2 coil on it's way and will be posting how it performed asap)

    The Box will contain:

    1pc SV AIO Kit
    2pc 1.2ohm Ceramic coils
    1pc USB Charging Cable
    1pc User Manual

    Aesthetics

    The finish on the device reminds me of a lot of mechanical squonks with the lightweight textured plastic. It has a large SV emblem raised on side and overall is quite cute looking.

    It comes in four different colours



    Spec

    Input Voltage: 5V 1A
    Liquid Capacity: 2ml
    Battery Capacity: 1100mAh
    Output Voltage: Full power
    Compatibility: 0.45-2.0ohm
    Output Power: Full power output within the resistance support range
    Dimensions: 46.5mm x 20.5mm x 69.5mm(W*H*T)
    Battery protection
    Time-out protection
    Low battery protection
    Short circuit protection



    Fitting Coil and Filling Device

    The device is so simple, the mouthpiece with attached chimney screws off the device revealing the chamber to fill with liquid. The coil head screws straight on to the chimney meaning that when you need to refill with liquid you just unscrew the mouthpiece, pull out, fill and then screw back into place. The chamber has a max fill line that can be clearly seen on the outside of the device which also allows you to see how much liquid is in the chamber. Before attaching the coil i made sure i saturated it with liquid putting liquid in the center of the coil i also only used 50% vg liquid has there are only 2 tiny slots for wicking.



    Using the Device

    The device can be turned on by holding down the fire button for 2 seconds. If you want to turn the device off just unscrew the mouthpiece a few turns so the coil is not connected to the base and again hold down the fire button for 2 seconds then tighten back up. Between firing, the device goes into battery power saving mode and then instantly wakes up when fired. The battery indicator light is green when 3.7v + then turns yellow between 3.2v and 3.7v and finally below 3.2v turns red before the light flashes and the device needs charging.



    Performance

    The device worked well and reliably. The 0.6 coils gave good clouds and flavour for such a small device and with the 50% vg juice it kept up with wicking. A quite airy MTL vape and even a low wattage restrictive DL vape was ok.

    The Ceramic coil.



    I will be updating this thread when i try the 1.2 ceramic coil which is now being shipped with this kit. They look to have far better wicking allowing for higher vg liquid and should give even better flavour but will be very much for MTL.

    Conclusion



    The SmokJoy SV AIO is ideal for both starters, MTL vapers, who are looking for a small; lightweight device to carry around and those in need of a stealth device.



    Con

    1100 mah isn't the best of battery life with the 0.6 ohm coils i have been using but the 1.2 ohm coils should make the battery life reasonable.

    I would like to thank James from the Healthcabin once again for supplying the SmokJoy SV AIO Kit.
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    Id like to see this compared to the Aspire Plato.

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    Should this be moved to the Health cabin thread ?

    Paid reviews (or reviews for items received free of charge and/or specifically mentioning who supplied it)- these paid reviews should be in the vendors sub-forum, and if that happens to be "Vendor General" then within their established thread.
    as outlined Sponsored reviews or goods in lieu of.
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    Are you becoming an official reviewer for the forum. Lots of different vendors suppling this gear. Maybe ask FM for your own thread.


    I have already seen this review as a copy and paste on 5 different forums. whats the back story.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    Are you becoming an official reviewer for the forum. Lots of different vendors suppling this gear. Maybe ask FM for your own thread.


    I have already seen this review as a copy and paste on 5 different forums. whats the back story.
    Quote Originally Posted by 1ynne View Post
    Should this be moved to the Health cabin thread ?



    as outlined Sponsored reviews or goods in lieu of.
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