eGo AIO by Joyetech


The “+”:

  • Easy filling
  • Design
  • Backlit screen
  • Light weight

The “-“:

  • Resistance of 0.6 Ω: too much heat communicated to the top cap
  • Tank capacity of 2 ml, too short for all-day use but limited by the TPD
  • Noisy airflow system

The eGo AIO (All In One) is Joyetech’s best seller, a brand with a very good reputation. The eGo AIO is of noble birth with a beautiful design and smart functionalities. It keeps the excellent leak-free system developed with the atomizer Cubis and has a built-in 1500 mAh battery. The device has a tank of a capacity of 2 ml and is also compliant with child-safety requirements, its screen is backlit and all is included for a very accessible price. Its compactness and usability makes it a good choice for women.

Price commonly observed on the market: €23.90

Product tested in March 2016 – Read Ego Aio review

PockeX Pocket AIO by Aspire


The “+”:

  • Easy to use
  • Good overall quality
  • Good rendering of flavors/vapor production
  • No leakage
  • Top filling
  • Good autonomy
  • Noiseless clearomizer
  • Good value for the money

The “-“:

  • Tank: 2 ml
  • Proprietary drip-tip
  • Non-adjustable airflow
  • Overheating
  • Non-adjustable wattage

The most recent of our selection and also the simplest. Aspire designed the PockeX to appeal to smokers who want to try vaping. To stop smoking is already complicated enough, no need to increase the burden with complex items. Simplicity of use is really what characterizes Aspire’s AIO. The PockeX Pocket does the job pretty well in a tight budget.

Price commonly observed on the market: €25.90

Product tested in November 2016 – Read PockeX Pocket AIO review

Endura T18 by Innokin


The “+”:

  • Good finish
  • Sober design
  • Simplicity
  • Price
  • Good vapor volume
  • Rendering of flavors in the average
  • Top filling system
  • Bypass mode to vape while charging the battery
  • Plastic holder
  • Many spare parts

The “-“:

  • Non-variable wattage
  • Non-adjustable airflow
  • No charger included

Innokin’s AIO is beautiful and smartly designed. More complete than the two others, it is also the most expensive. In spite of a reduced battery autonomy, the Endura T18 offers a very good vaping experience. Discrete, with a sober design and a simplicity of use, the vapor comes abundantly and the device doesn’t have to suffer from any leakage. The Endura possesses a resistance coil in a top position with a specific design of the wick that demonstrated its efficiency. An old-style vaping experience but with modern features.

Price commonly observed on the market: €35.90

Product tested in February 2016 – Read Endura T18 review

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