Joyetech eGo AIO Pro Kit Overview
Joytech is back once again with an all-new update to their ever popular AIO All-In-One device. The Joytech AIO Pro Kit features major performance updates and quality of life improvements to the consumer-friendly Pen Style vape. The AIO Pro’s size has increased slightly in the new iteration, coming in at 141 mm in length and 22mm in diameter. When compared to Joyetech's original AIO device, the AIO Pro measures 23mm longer and 3mm wider than the former, although the AIO Pro remains as one of the smaller devices on the eGo market. Ensuring that the AIO Pro remains a prime contender in the ever expanding world of mods and devices, Joytech has made sure to pack this sleek and compact All-In-One unit with as many upgrades as possible. Battery life, always on the mind of every vaper, has seen a massive boost to 2300mAh (from the previous 1500mAh capacity on their standard AIO pen), and with its broad range of built-in protective features, the Joytech AIO Pro is sure to provide peak performance in every puff.
The built-in cup-style tank features a leakproof design, coupled with the sub-ohm 316 Stainless Steel coils and enhanced airflow system; the AIO Pro is user-friendly and fully customizable for all styles of vaping. Joyetech includes a BF SS316 0.6 ohm atomizer head that caters mainly to the Mouth-to-Lung vaping style, and a replacement BF SS316 0.5 ohm coil head that promotes a wide, airy draw and is ideal for Direct Lung hits. Filling the eGo AIO Pro and changing the coils has never been easier; to fill the AIO Pro tank, push down on the top cap and begin turning it counter-clockwise. With the top cap removed, prime the coil by applying 5 drops of e-juice directly onto the exposed areas of cotton in the atomizer head. Priming the coil will help prevent you from accidentally getting a harsh hit and potentially ruining your coil. Once the AIO Pro coil has been primed and threaded onto the top cap, it’s time to fill the tank. When filling Joyetech’s AIO Pro tank, be cautious to fill the tank up to the MAX FILL line that’s written on the side of the glass window. Overfilling the tank will lead to spillage when replacing the top cap and threading it back onto the device. Once the tank is full, thread the top cap back onto the device and begin tightening it, spinning in a clockwise motion until it sits snugly on top of the AIO Pro. Joyetech’s AIO Pro is equipped with an adjustable airflow control collar that’s constructed directly into the top cap. By rotating the airflow control collar clockwise or counter clockwise, the user can fine-tune their vaping experience by restricting/opening the airflow channels. Joyetech reiterates the same innovative corkscrew mouthpiece design from the original AIO, supporting a spiral structure that alleviates spit back from the excess condensation that may build up in the mouthpiece.
Five clicks of the fire button will power the device ON. In a powered ON state, holding down the fire button will cause the brightly lit Status LED to illuminate. The beautiful LED shines one of seven customizable colors to let the user know when the device is firing. To change the color that displays inside the tank, make sure the device is in a powered OFF state. With the device powered off, hold the fire button down for five seconds. Once the LED inside the tank glows a solid color, push the fire button to cycle between Joyetech’s myriad of color options.
Joyetech eGo AIO Pro Kit Features
- Dimensions: 22 x 141mm (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: 2300 mAh Internal Cell
- Micro USB Charging
- Dual Circuit Protection
- Over Charge/Over Current/Over Discharge Protection
- Colors: Black, Stainless Steel
Joyetech eGo AIO Pro Kit Content
- 1 x eGo AIO Pro Battery 2300 mAh
- 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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