I just bought a new Joyetech eGo AIO and love it! And it’s not just for beginners either.
If you’ve been following me for any time, you’ll know I started out with the LOGIC brands and used them for a couple of years. Then I “advanced” to the eGo-T battery with refillable/disposable Clearomizers. I advanced again to a stainless steel refillable tank and used those for about a year.
The tank, though, had to be removed from the battery and turned upside down to fill it. That meant “plugging” the mouthpiece closed so any ejuice already in the tank didn’t spill out. Clumsy me, I lost a bit of ejuice by dropping the tank once in a while, but fortunately I never spilled any over my computer keyboard.
Time to Upgrade to the Joyetech eGo AIO!
I started looking for another vape device option, but wanted to stay with something easy to use, like “Grandma” easy! So after viewing a few YouTube videos, we stopped in at our local vape shop to look at the Joyetech eGo AIO.
Ruby Roo shows exactly in this video just how excited I am about my new vape device!
The Joyetech eGo AIO Isn’t Just for Beginners!
This vape device is PERFECT – even for a long-time vaper! I’ve been vaping since 2012 – so going on 6 years now – and still don’t have the intention of moving on to anything complicated like a mechanical or rebuildable mod or RDA, which is why I don’t blog about those myself. I invite the cloud chasers to guest post their experiences to share with you instead.
What I noticed as soon as I got my new Joyetech eGo AIO set up, primed and ready to vape, I don’t have to draw on it as long as I did with the eGo-T pen to get a solid throat hit and decent amount of vapor clouds. I’m a mouth-to-lung vaper so I want the throat hit I used to get from smoking. The AIO does a better job at this than the little vape pens I was using.
The battery life is almost three times that of the smaller pens. I’m a heavy vaper (I was a heavy smoker too!) and I only have to charge it once a day. For right now, until I buy a second AIO, I have my smaller vape pen on hand while the AIO is on charge.
Changing the coils is a lot easier too! With the eGo-T pens, again, if you had ejuice in your tank, you had to plug it somehow or empty your juice back in the bottle so it doesn’t leak, so you could get to the coil. Inevitably, the coils would come loose and they’d burn out rather quickly.
The coils in the AIO are a lot higher quality and they’re super easy to change. You just take off the top and change the coils. I also found a video showing how you can even clean the coils for reuse, saving you some money.
Since I bought a solid black vape, I had to use a flashlight to find the Max Fill line. So I took a gold marker and put little lines next to the glass so I can see the fill line easily.
To clean the entire device, I would suggest turning it upside down after removing the top mouthpiece and use alcohol with a cotton swab and wet paper towel to keep any moisture from leaking down into the battery.
I Highly Suggest You Get a Joyetech eGo AIO!
If you’re looking for a starter vape to help you transition from smoking or upgrade from a smaller vape pen, I’d highly recommend picking up a Joyetech eGo AIO. For being a smaller sub-ohm device, it packs a lot of punch for the money!