|Joyetech eVic VV/VW starter kit
|*Joyetech eVic control head
|*Joyetech eVic battery tube
|*Joyetech eRoll/eVic USB cable
|*100-240V 500mA mini flat AC-USB adapter (Optional plugs: US plug)||1pc|
|* Joyetech eVic manual
|*MVR software manual||1pc|
|Size of e-cigarette|
|Simple paper box. Customary Packing from the factory,the packing is subject to change without notice.|
By Purchasing this product, you are accepting full responsibility for it's use. You agree that in no way can iVape be held responsible for any misfortune caused by misuse of this item. Do not expose to extreme heat or water, and be aware of the possible dangers of handling Li-ion batteries. Do not over-tighten the charger. Use only as directed.
Warranty and Replacement info:
14 day replacement on defective parts or DOA. No Refunds. Physical damage is not covered by the return policy.
mike gunningham - Saturday, 30 March 2013
this evic works great I have nothing to say bad about it an ivape is the spot to buy from!!!!!!!!!!!
Rebecca Merritt - Friday, 01 March 2013
I probably wouldn't have bought it if I had to do it over. I don't need all the info it gives me and I'm a bit tough on mine. Can't take it with me
anywhere for that reason. It was tricky to get firmware updated right for me. And the info that I get by the software...I don't really feel much
interest in that part. And I don't know why I can't just pick this up and vape. I have to click it 5 times at least, sometimes have to go through
and click it all through the options before I can finally get it to vape. So if you're really interested in puff count and limiting how much you puff
it....you'll love this. If you want a strong battery and easier to use, I'd recommend the MVP iTaste. The eVic is an okay vape but idk.. I don't
need all the extra clicking through just to get it to vape.
Tyler Trouten - Friday, 08 February 2013
Awesome mod updated the firmware to 1.2 tells you the resistance of the carto a s you put it on and the recommended Watts, made nice and solid, only
exception is the selector ring which i fixed with a nylon washer, i work 24 hour shifts and still my battery doesn't need charged for about three