Joyetech Ego AIO
We review the Ego AIO by Joyetech, an all-in-one device for beginners transitioning from smoking.
- All-in-One device
- Wide Coil Selection
- Compact design
- 2ml tank capacity
The Joyetech Ego AIO is a pen style all-in-one device, which means it has the atomizer and inbuilt battery joined in one tubular piece. It is capable of both mouth-to-lung or direct-to-lung vaping styles, which is great for beginners trying to find their preference. The Ego AIO comes with a 2ml leak proof tank, much like the Joyetech Cubis tank. One unique safety feature the Ego AIO offers is a child proof lock on the top fill.
The Ego AIO is clearly aimed at smokers looking to quit and transition into vaping, or any vaper who is looking for a smaller stealthier vaping device for taking out and about.
- 1 x Joyetech eGo AIO Body
- 2 x BF SS316-0.6ohm head
- 1 x Plastic spiral mouthpiece
- 1 x Clear Mouthpiece
- 1 x USB cable
- 1 x Quick Start Manual
- 1 x Warning Card
- Size: 19mm (D) x118mm (L)
- E-Liquid Capacity: 2ml
- Battery Capacity 1500mAh
- Coil Resistance: 0.6ohm (15 – 28W)
- Colors: Black, Black/Grey, Black/White, Red/White,Silver
The Joyetech Ego AIO uses exactly the same coil heads as the Cubis tank, and the kit itself includes two 0.6ohm SS coil heads.
The full range of coil heads available are: 1.5ohm Clapton (MTL), 1.0ohm SS316, 0.6ohm SS316, 0.5ohm SS316 and a 0.2ohm Ni200.
The Ego AIO has very good adjustable airflow, particular for an all-in-one vape pen. With the airflow on its widest setting (when both dots are aligned), it produces a satisfactory direct lung draw. However, for those used to sub ohm tanks, this draw might feel slightly restrictive. You can still direct lung, but it is nowhere near as airy as any sub ohm tanks. But that’s not really what this device is for, and it will suffice for stealth direct lung vaping when on the go.
The MTL draw (achieved by turning the airflow dot 90 degrees) is very good for MTL style inhales. It may not be quite as restrictive as the draw on an Eleaf iCare or Innokin T18, but it is still a good draw for smokers looking for their first vaping device.
A slightly different feature added to the style of the Ego AIO is the inclusion of 7 different colored LED lights. These will light up inside the tank when you are firing, and you can choose which color displays. They can also be turned off if you want to save battery.
Light Colors: Green, Blue, Yellow, Red, Purple, Indigo, White (not shown)
- Child proof top fill lock
- AIO capability
- Battery Life
- Coil Selection
- Spiral drip tip (Anti spit-back)
- Airflow Contol Marking
Child Proof Top Fill Lock
The Joyetech Ego AIO’s 2ml tank utilizes an incredibly easy top fill method. The top fill lid also when locked acts as a child proof cap. You then simply just need to push down on it to open it, like most child proof caps. I think this is a smart safety move by Joyetech, I mean we have child proof caps on e-liquids, so why not on tanks?
There are a lot more AIO devices now entering the market, and we think they a great. They offer beginners a great starting point to get into vaping, and in the case of the Ego AIO a lot of flexibility. It may be more suited to MTL vaping, but the direct lung draw is certainly good enough for me as a pocket-friendly on the go device. So it is also a good setup for advanced vapers, especially if you don’t mind a restrictive lung draw.
The Ego AIO fits really nicely in your pocket, is easy to carry around with you, and due to the top fill tank design, you also won’t have to worry about any juice leaking in your pockets.
The Joyetech Ego AIO’s inbuilt battery has a 1500mAh capacity, which is pretty good considering it’s such a small size. It is even smaller in size than the Innokin Endura T18, yet that only features a 1000mAh battery capacity!
Joyetech give vapers plenty of options with the range of coils that are available. Having tried a few of the selections (1.0ohm, 0.6ohm, and 1.5ohm Clapton), I think they must have updated the coils or done some revisions, as I was far more impressed with them than on the original Cubis tank. The produce good flavor and vapor production on the whole. However, if you are a flavor chaser don’t expect them to compare to some of the best sub ohm tanks, RDAs and RTAs. However, for beginner vapers, the Ego AIO provides an excellent vaping experience.
Currently, the Ego AIO is being sold online as a kit for around $25. This is a brilliant price for anybody looking for their first vape set up! In comparison, the Innokin Endura T18 is about $5 more expensive.
Spiral Drip Tip (Anti Spit-Back)
The Ego AIO comes included with two drip tips. The one that is installed features a spiral design on the inside. This is designed to protect against any spit-back that might happen, and it seems to do a really good job.
Airflow Control Markings
The lack of markings on the airflow control, do make it a little challenging to adjust and know where you have it set. I would have liked to have seen additional markings to help indicate it’s position.
The 2ml capacity of the tank is a bit on the small side but that’s understandable given the actual size of the device, and so it can meet with the TPD regulations in the EU. However, it would have been nice to see another variation with a larger capacity for e-liquid.
Overall we were extremely impressed with the Joyetech Ego AIO. It is one of the best vape pens currently on the market for beginners looking to start vaping and quit smoking. It’s also a great option for experienced vapers wanted a more portable stealthier vape device.
The AIO’s size, features, and high battery capacity make it a great choice over its competitors. If you are searching for something with a tight draw, then maybe the Innokin T18, might be a better choice, as the MTL draw on the Ego AIO was marginally less restrictive.
If you are new to vaping and are looking for your first device; the Ego AIO by Joyetech is a fantastic choice.