Joyetech eGo AIO Pro C Kit Overview
Joyetech eGo AIO Pro C is an updated take on the original eGo AIO that offers a handful of improvements dedicated to making their innovative device even more user-friendly. The eGo AIO Pro C is larger than the previous model, with a total length from drip tip to the bottom of 145.5 mm and diameter of 22mm, though it still rests comfortably in hand. This new and improved AIO does not feature an internal battery like its predecessor, however, the eGo AIO Pro C is equipped with a Micro USB port that can be used for charging any external 18650 battery. The AIO Pro-C is powered by a single 18650 battery (not included) and enables the user to choose their very own battery to power the device, while also providing a fast and easy way to replace dead cells when on the go. The AIO Pro C features a child-resistant top cap that offers additional safety measures for families that have kids, a completely leak-proof cup-fill tank system that enables fast filling on the go, and an intuitive adjustable airflow system that allows for total airflow customization. The AIO Pro C kit comes complete with two coils, Micro USB cable for charging, and a secondary drip tip. The included spiral drip tip completely alleviates spit-back that may happen as a result of built-up condensation inside the mouthpiece, while simultaneously cooling the vapor down as it swirls through the innovative corkscrew design. The AIO is well-known for its unique coil system and cup style tank, efficiently providing a leak-free system that is easy to clean and simple to maintain. As a result of the child-resistant locking top cap, force must be applied to the top cap before twisting the cap counterclockwise when filling the tank. Although this added precaution may inconvenience some users, the child-resistant locking top cap offers an entirely leak-free solution to the eGo AIO PRO C's cup-fill tank. The atomizer is attached directly to the top cap and allows the user to change coils without having to empty the tank of e-juice and potentially creating a mess. The eGo AIO's creative top-airflow system enables air to flow in straight through the side of the top cap and down through the outside of the coil. The air then is pushed through the center of the chimney and then out into the mouth. Joyetech includes a 0.6 ohm BF SS316 atomizer head that provides a nice restrictive draw for the vapers that prefer a Mouth-to-Lung vaping style. Also included with this kit is a replacement 0.5 ohm BF SS316 atomizer head that caters more to the Direct-to-Lung vaping style, offering a less restrictive, wide-open draw for maximum vapor production. Each BF coil head should be primed with five drops of e-liquid before filling the tank and vaping the device. Priming the coils before use is a surefire way to prevent accidental burning of the cotton due to a dry cotton wick. The five precautionary drops of e-juice will give the cotton wick a head-start on saturating the e-juice before the tank is filled, thus giving the cotton extra time to become saturated with e-juice completely. The side of the eGo AIO Pro C is labeled with a MAX FILL line to give the user a visual indicator as to when to stop filling the tank. If the e-juice exceeds the MAX FILL line, be sure to empty the excess e-liquid into its proper container before reattaching the top cap. The eGo AIO Pro C tank is constructed out of a durable Pyrex glass, providing a clear view of the inside of the tank and its current e-juice levels. The inside of the tank features a built-in customizable LED lighting system that offers a wide range of different colors to be altered at the users' discretion. The available LED colors are Red, Green, Yellow, White, Purple, Pink, and Blue. If you're looking for a sleek and subtle device that offers the benefit of using replaceable 18650 batteries and a leak-proof tank, Joytech's all-new eGo AIO Pro C could be the perfect device for you!
Joyetech eGo AIO Pro C Kit Features
- Dimensions: 22 x 145.5mm (Including Drip Tip)
- Tank Capacity: 4ml
- Top Fill System
- Top Airflow Control
- Backlit Color-Red/Yellow/Green/Blue/Indigo/White/Purple, can be turned off
- Battery: 1 x 18650 (Not Included)
- Micro USB Charging
- Dual Circuit Protection
- Over Charge/Over Current/Over Discharge Protection
- Colors: Black, Stainless Steel
Joyetech eGo AIO Pro C Kit Content
- 1 x eGo AIO Pro C Vape Pen
- 1 x 0.5 ohm BF SS316 DL Vape Coil
- 1 x 0.6 ohm BF SS316 MTL Vape Coil
- 1 x Micro USB Cable
- 1 x Extra Drip Tip
- 1 x User Manual
Vape Kits Disclaimer
SUB-OHM: Some devices might come with sub-ohm resistance coils. Extra safety precautions should be practiced when using a sub ohm device. Sub-ohm coils will only work on a device capable of firing sub ohm atomizers and coils. You must also ensure that your batteries can handle sub ohm atomizers and coils. Improper use can lead to damage or injury. MistHub is not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of sub-ohm devices. Check out our Tutorial Section where you can learn more about the different kinds of devices and tips on how to use them safely.
TEMPERATURE CONTROL: Temperature control devices require the use of nickel, titanium or stainless steel wire. Temperature control coils are designed specifically for use only with devices equipped with circuit boards capable of controlling coil temperature. Do NOT use temperature control coils with any device that is not equipped to handle temperature control. MistHub is not responsible for any damage caused by the misuse and/or mishandling of temperature control devices. If you would like to learn more about Temperature Control, please check out our Temperature Control Tutorial!
BATTERIES: There is an inherent risk with the use of any and all rechargeable batteries in any circumstance. MistHub will not be held responsible or liable for any injury, damage, or defect, permanent or temporary that may be caused by the improper use or handling of a battery. By purchasing battery devices you acknowledge these risks and attest that you have sufficient understanding of the batteries you are purchasing to use and care for them properly.
WARRANTY: This device comes with a 30 day Limited Warranty against any manufacturing defects from the date of delivery. Physical damage, water damage or evidence of tampering with the device will void the warranty. Scratches and discoloration from regular use is considered normal wear and tear and is not covered by warranty. Tanks, atomizers and coils are not covered under warranty. Please examine the devices upon delivery for any defects.
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