Gizmodo Review Editor Praises Joyetech’s eGo AIO As The ‘Perfect Vape’ For Neophytes

The new leak-proof eGo AIO vape by Joyetech is an inexpensive portable vaporizing solution (just $25) and according to Gizmodo review editor Alex Cranz, it’s the “perfect vape” for beginner vapers. But the story doesn’t end there. If it did, this new vape sure would sound wonderful. But according to Cranz, the eGo AIO “is a lousy vape” when it comes to producing massive clouds of vapor. The reason for this, according to Cranz, is at least in part due to the fact that it does not allow for its temperature to be adjusted. While this might make usage straight forward and simple, it’s definitely a downside for experienced vapers who are looking for the almighty clouds that some modern vaporizers are capable of producing. Or in other words, don’t expect to be competing, or at least winning, any vaping competitions with the new eGo AIO because it just won’t cut it.

All this aside, with a low price tag and easy to use interface, it’s not hard to see why some beginners might gravitate towards this new vape pen. According to Cranz, it’s worth waiting for it to show up in the mail if your alternative is a vape starter kit sourced from a local retailer like a corner store or a gas station. But we’re not here to review it, so we’ll leave that for you to decide. Or you can just take Cranz at her word. Up to you.

As far as appearance goes, you might not find it to be the most sneaky or stealth vaporizer out there so if you’re expecting to be vaping in public without drawing any attention to yourself, this might not be the way to go. If you don’t care what people think when you’re ripping your vape, you probably won’t have any issues with its relatively sleek and modern appearance.

For coils, this vape uses special ones that, according to Cranz, you’ll likely have to buy over the web. If this isn’t a big deal for you, which it probably wouldn’t be for us, you won’t have to fret because you should have easy to access to replacement coils so long as you don’t mind waiting for them to show up in the mail.

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