The Eleaf IORE Vino is Eleaf’s answer to a disposable vape.
Eleaf has an excellent track record when it comes to entry-level vape devices. They already have the IORE Lite and IORE Prime in the same range.
So what does the Eleaf IORE Vino offer vapers?
In a nutshell, it’s a refillable and rechargeable pod kit, but it’s still disposable…Oh, and it looks like a wine bottle.
Confused? You’re not the only one.
Unlike other disposables that come pre-filled with vape juice, the IORE Vino is refillable and can hold up to 2ml of your own juice.
Eleaf claims the coil inside, which is a 1.2Ω WideWick mesh coil (same as the Joyetech WideWick kit), can last up to 5 refills. The widewick technology is supposed to help with wicking and ultimately better coil performance.
The pod is attached to the device. It is not removable or replaceable but does have a side-fill port.
The Eleaf IORE Vino contains a 650mAh battery and can be charged via a USB Type C cable. However, it does not include a cable in the kit to keep the costs competitive with disposables.
The IORE Vino has a maximum output of 10W, with an LED indicator to show when it is active and battery status.
There is also a dial on the base of the device to adjust airflow, which is not something you would typically get with disposable vapes.
The IORE Vino is as simple to use as a disposable as there are no buttons, it is draw-activated.
The Eleaf IORE Vino is available in 4 colors: Light Blue, Red, Yellow, and Green.
Specs & Features
Eleaf IORE Vino Specs
- Size: 16.3×108.9mm
- Output: 10W (Max)
- Battery: 650mAh (internal)
- Display: LED indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- USB Type C rechargeable
- Pods: Refillable fixed coils – 1.2Ω WideWick Mesh coil
- Disposable – lasts around five refills
- Side fill port
- Auto draw activation
- Adjustable airflow
Eleaf IORE Vino Kit Contents
- Eleaf IORE Vino device
- User manual
Who is it for?
Vapers who want the simplicity of a disposable vape but also want to use their own vape juice.
I get what Eleaf is trying to achieve with this device, even though I’m not a huge fan of it.
One of the main selling points of disposable vapes is that they are effortless to use. You don’t have to worry about vape juice or coils; you just pick it up, vape, and dispose of it when it’s empty. It’s the perfect gateway for beginners.
The IORE Vino will not appeal to those same users. It might appeal to a vaper that wants a quick and easy device but wants to use their own vape juice.
However, I would say even if the IORE Vino is incredibly affordable, those vapers would be better suited to pods systems like the Uwell Popreel or Geekvape Wenax M1 – Both of them use replaceable pods, so they are not wasting the rechargeable battery.
It will also be a lot more friendly to the environment if you were just disposing of pods and not batteries.
I also don’t understand the crazy design choice of making it look like a bottle of wine and calling it ‘Vino’!
I like that it includes adjustable airflow, and it could potentially deliver a good vape experience. Sadly I think someone at Eleaf has probably had a little too much ‘Vino’ when designing this one.
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