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Posted by Keegan on 19th Feb 2014
I had to order mine from another vendor, as I was impatient. It does feel VERY lightweight. Sort of leaves you with a feeling of "how durable is this going to be?"
So far, it's working great. And completely worth the upgrade from a standard EGO battery. The instructions leave a little to be desired, but it's interface is easy to figure out.
Posted by richard on 12th Dec 2013
The shipping was quick as usual. Real simple to put together and start using. The video was helpful in getting it programed and it works great. Thank you. Freedom smokes has been great in shipping and the e liquid is great.
Posted by Ashley P. on 9th Dec 2013
I absolutely love the eVIC! The only issue I have with it is the ohm reader does not correctly identify my 1.8 ohm coils. It reads them as 2.0-2.2 ohm. That is my only gripe. Otherwise, it works great for me and my protanks.
This is the best of my Black Friday spoils :) Thanks MFS!
Posted by romy on 18th Nov 2013
Not altogether sure about this product. I guess it is just to technical for my husband. He has gotten warning signs on his screen, about being over limit on puffs or something. I think I'll try connecting to MVR and see if it corrects itself.
Posted by Brian Bixby on 15th Oct 2013
this will now take a 3400mah flat top battery (my previous post said 3000mah, my bad)
Posted by Joshua Jenkins on 13th Oct 2013
This is one of the best battery's that I have found. It is pretty big. I like how it counts your puffs, that is a plus on trying to slow down on smoking. It lasts me about 1-2 days between charges. It has a charges quickly until you get to 50 charged then it slows down. Never read anything about a quick charge feature. The controls simple but backwards.
Posted by Brian on 11th Oct 2013
First, the only reason I give it 4 stars and not 5 is because occasionally it will not see the coil and will show up as "Atomiser Short" (Sorry about misspelling, but my keyboard needs replaced because a few keys are not working properly)
The firmware is now one point four and you can now vape while charging (passthrough)
The unit also now accepts a 3000mah battery for even longer life
When I couldn't get the unit to work properly, I called MFS and low and behold I wasn't screwing the tank down far enough and once I did so, it worked
Good vaping with a ProTank
Unit also came with two replacement doors for the micro usb connection slot
I would buy this unit again!
Posted by Angel on 7th Oct 2013
I brought mine locally as a newbie. Why did I choose this one??? 1) you can vape while it is charging. 2) It tells you the actual percentage of battery usage. 3) It has a great battery life. I have since found MFS and the prices here are less than what I paid. plus you have more options! I have had this MOD for about 1 month and have no desire to get any other type of MOD. I agree with the comment that the instructions and the website in which you can download info to and from your MOD is not the easiest to understand. in-fact the info above is easier and more informative. :) (thanks MFS) ...THE EVIC IS THE WAY TO GO!
If you are hard on electronics, as in you tend to drop them, I would not recommend the evic. if you are not good with computers, as long as you can get someone to set it up for you....I would still recommend the evic.
I use wattage, and I like the rang of choice the evic allows. 3.0 Wt --10.0 wt. I usually keep mine around 4.6 wt and since the evic also tells me how long my drag is---i usually have a 2.2 -3.6sec drag. and my 2600mAh battery last me about 4 days. I like taking my battery out and placing it on a charger for a slow charge, but you can charge the evic with the charger it comes with for a fast charge and the ability to vape while charging. another good point is that it handles a variety of different tanks. ( it has the ego and 510 connecter )
Posted by Aaron S on 27th Sep 2013
I love my eVic enough said...... but, I will say more. The device number one is amazingly versatile you can adjust based upon voltage, wattage, and to boot you can either download or make your own preset vapor profiles for a specific juice !!! It tells you in a few screens everything literally everything your atomizer ohm reading, volts, watts amount of vapes per day the standard volts and time... then you have the MVR software to upgrade your device as updates are released and can keep a log of your patterns this is great for those looking to taper or quit nicotine all together. Really for the price thi is a high end very tech oriented MOD. The only place it lacks is in the instruction manual, most of what I know I had to go to forums to get answers or really dig deep and take chances as the instruction do not describe what all the functions do or even how to find them for example RVV, RVW1-3 how to use these parts of the eVic or how to scroll between screens and what those screens even mean. Besides that the device is a winner it would have got 5 stars but for sub par instructions.
Posted by Bryan Z on 14th Sep 2013
So, you want to buy a mod, huh?
If you want an eVIC, **DEFINITELY** get it from MFS - the price is right and it's a legit Joyetech unit unlike other sites.
Well, hopefully I can provide a little insight.
The eVIC is the gadget freaks mod, hands down. It is by far the most technologically advanced mod I have come across.
A lot of the features are cool, some are ancillary, some are downright useless in real life.
First - the limitations/cons of the eVIC.
- 5.0v max
- 11.0w max
This means if you have 2.5 or better coil heads, you can't get theoretical "max" power load to them. In reality, for most non-rebuildable coils like Protank, EVOD, etc, the best operation comes well below 5.0v in normal circumstances with anything but the highest quality juice.
The eVIC is (feels) very fragile. There is a definite "if I drop this it will be like a bucket of legos hitting the ground" feel to it. I think in reality it's more durable than that, but the confidence in it's build quality is not there.
Compared to mods like a VAMO or Provari, it's very lacking in this area.
The eVIC firing button is not confidence inspiring either, and does not feel like $100 worth of quality. However, to be fair, mine has no issues whatsoever with several thousand vapes logged.
The adjustment ring also "feels" chincy, but again, after immeasurable adjustments, it's still going strong.
The screen is very hard to see in daylight outdoors.
Now onto the good stuff.
Remaining battery percentage displayed on screen. (LOVE)
Variable wattage makes lazy operation of multiple resistance level heads a breeze.
Auto and manual firing settings. (eVIC will auto-burn the coil for a set number of seconds to automate the process to some degree)
Variable-volt and variable-watt customiseable burn settings.
IE - From seconds 0.0 to 0.5, apply 4.5v, from seconds 0.6 to 1.5, apply 4.0v, from seconds 1.6 to 3.5 apply 3.5v (etc)
What this does is allow you to get max flavor from less expensive juices that taste different at different power levels. For example, if you like the flavor of a juice at 4.2 and at 3.7 and at 4.8, but they don't seem to mix well at either of those levels, you set the eVIC to run 3.2 for a period, 3.7 for a period, and 4.8 for a period, in theory giving you a great mix of max flavor.
I thought this was a gimmick until I really got around to playing with it. It does make a difference if you are willing to put that much time into your vape.
Overall, the eVIC was a worthwhile purchase.
In retrospect, I might have gone with a VAMO V3 or Provari or Lavatube only because I don't need all the excess features such as puff counters, calendar, alarms, etc.
However, having said that, I love my eVIC and it will continue to make it's rounds in my mod collection as it is definitely one of the cooler mods out there especially for a casual vaper just looking to get a little more out of his/her current atomizer stable.
To put it in perspective, the VAMO and eVIC and SID deliver *ABOUT* the same results. The VAMO will output more maximum power and can use two stacked 3.7v batteries instead of one like the eVIC, leading to better performance on the high end of the output spectrum, also more consistent performance towards the end of a batteries life cycle.
However, you cannot go wrong by purchasing any of the mods. It's really personal preference as until you start with RBA's, a Protank hits like a Protank hits like a Protank on most mods.
One thing to note, the eVIC seems to be limited to 1.5ohm coils, which means RBA's will be a challenge if that's important to you.
I love my eVIC. There are comparable options for less money that offer more power output but less features.
The eVIC is probably worth the money if you have it, but over extending your budget for the computerized display and "gadget" factor is most likely not worth it, stick with a VAMO or similarly priced VV/VW mod.
If you have the cash, go straight to a Provari and don't look back. But a Provari will run you the price of two eVIC units.
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