Joyetech’s new mod is gorgeous, a really streamlined device that is elegant in its simplicity; a minimalist triumph.
Whereas some gear is a little too kitschy and colorful to be taken seriously, Joyetech’s Cuboid is a serious mod.
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The Joyetech Cuboid vape mod uses two 18650 batteries which are removed via the slip cover at its base. Buy these separately. Under the lid, two slots are revealed with directions about polarity. Thanks to a USB port situated on the left screen, opposite to the power button, customers can also recharge their batteries internally.
Later, use this tool to upgrade firmware. Holes in the battery cover give cells some air to prevent pressure build-up. A zinc alloy creates durability but also a slick exterior and light build. Below the display you will notice a wide button set there for changing the function of your system: VW or TCR.
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Add an atomizer like the Cubis designed by Joyetech to complement their vaporizer aesthetically and technically. The Cuboid supports coils of 0.05 ohms or higher using VT functionality and appropriate coils. Joyetech recommends SS316 coils designed for this purpose. Select a mode to allow VW vaping, vaping with Titanium coils, SS316 mode, or TCR (Temperature Control) according to the type of coil which would be Ti, Ni, NiFe, or SS.
A Little Large
Measuring 91.5 mm high, Joyetech’s Cuboid is a little long compared to some but it reaches 150W. This is what you find with high-watt mods because there has to be room for two batteries. Even so, that extra 10 mm sounds like more than it really is: only a centimeter.
Select wattage output from 1 to 150 Watts or allow the device to choose watts as your desired temperature is achieved. The range is 100C to 315C (up to 600F). You will often find that wattage drops extremely low when you are in TC mode because high-end coils require less output than normal coils to maintain a given temperature setting. Joyetech makes some suggestions in their user manual and online as to recommended temperatures for each type of coil you could be using.
Down the front of your machine is a wide strip, wider than the one on an iStick, which gives the impression of a stylistic feature with no other function than to provide a contrast panel until you turn on the machine. Then you see this is a screen: not the little display viewed through an oval or rectangular frame but part of the frame itself.
This enhances the modern appearance and minimal style of Joyetech’s box mod without compromising ease of viewing. There is no shadow produced as is the case when a screen is inset. If you remember the eVic Supreme and how advanced that display was, you have some idea of the impression this strip-screen has on aesthetics.
White lettering displays Watts or Temperature prominently at the top in the largest font. Below this is wattage (in TC mode) or voltage (in VW mode) followed by resistance and amps. Each cell is also displayed so you can see how the charge level on each one is faring, like if you are losing power. This allows users to determine if one cell is soon to wear out completely or if the unit is operating properly and consistently by draining both cells evenly.
The Cuboid is safeguarded by internal technology which detects too-low resistance, too much power going in, loss of voltage, and other problems. When the device is well maintained, it will either turn off or warn consumers when an issue is at hand so you know what to do next. The CUBIS cup-design tank (its glass tube resembles a shot glass) makes a perfect addition to your mod when you operate in TCR mode at low output.
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