Rather than imposing subohm coils to newcomers, the iCare remains reasonable with coil resistances of 1.1 Ω and a power of 15 W for a tight vaping. A best fits to beginners, trying an e-cigarette for the first time.

Its dimensions are very compact with only 75x14x30 mm. Drawbacks are the reduced capacity of battery life that only offers 650 mAh and a small tank, only 1.8 ml. The e-liquid level can easily be monitored through the vertical window.

However the drip-tip is rectangular, a very singular shape that might discourage smokers who are used to the tubular tip of a cigarette. The tank can be filled by the top and the resistance coils are screwed. When removing the top cap, you can adjust the airflow by rotating the system. Finally, the iCare automatically starts when vaping and does not require operating a Fire (autoflow).

A Mini version shaped like a USB Stick

For beginners who want an even smaller setup, Eleaf designed the Mini version of its iCare with a shape that reminds of a USB stick. Its tank only contains 1.3 ml of juice and its battery is only 320 mAh but Eleaf includes a battery/charger of 2300 mAh that can easily be carried away.

A charger of 2300 mAh (iCare PCC) is included in this iCare Mini.


Technical features: iCare and iCare Mini by Eleaf

  • Dimensions: 30x14x75 mm / 24,5x12x75 mm (iCare Mini)
  • Power: 15 W
  • Resistance: 1-3.5 Ω
  • Tank capacity: 1.8 ml/1.3 ml (iCare Mini)
  • Built-in battery:  650 mAh/320 mAh (iCare Mini)

Technical features: iCare Mini PCC

  • Dimensions : 28.5×35.5×71.5 mm
  • Built-in battery: 2300 mAh
  • Color: Black or White

The iCare package includes:

  • iCare mod
  • Two resistance coils of 1.1 Ω
  • A USB cable
  • A user manual
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5 years ago

Jesus christ, this is barely english

5 years ago

The English on this page is awful. How does that happen?