Top 5 AIO (All-In-One) E-Cig 2017
For all-in-one vaping e-cigs are popping up, these manufacturers are now offering cheap, easy to use systems that come as a single device or are presented as a package for simplifying the vaping experience.
It is still difficult to find out exactly what you need to buy so that you can start vaping due to the vast amount of information about vaping online. When you’ve read this article you’ll know exactly what you need to start vaping that suits you. To keep things simple this article will only cover vaping with e-liquid. E-liquid is the most popular choice as there are thousands of flavors available as well as varying nicotine strengths.
1. Joyetech eGo AIO
The first on the list -- eGo AIO from joyetech is its hat in the AIO market. This is a TRUE AIO in that the tank doesn’t come apart and you can’t use another tank on this device. It is the battery, tank and mod All-In-One.
Joyetech eGo AIO is a classic design for Joyetech AIO kit, powered by a 1500mAh battery. Joyetech AIO kit comes with a tank of 2ml e-liquid in a Cubis platform, which applies top filling and adjustable air flow. The eGo AIO, having child lock, no leaking design and dual circuit protection takes advantage of a floating AIO head. Meanwhile, you can choose your own color in power-off condition and there are 7 colors for your preference: Red, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, White and Purple. Fashionable design and simple to use make the device quite popular and unique.
The eGo is a really great option for anyone looking to start vaping or just wants an easy to use mod. Another great feature for new and well all vapes is the protection that comes with it. You get Dual Circuit protection, over charge protection, over current protection, and over discharge protection.
Joyetech eGo AIO: GET IT HERE
2. Joyetech eGrip II 80W
The Joyetech eGrip II is our second Joyetech product in this list. With the latest 4.03 firmware, the eGrip is the first mod ever to feature a video game mode based off the popular game flappy birds built into the device. This is insanely not needed but they why not I suppose. Besides the video game, the eGrip is a pretty nice mod.
Besides the absurd video game mode that I kinda love the eGrip II has the first digital analog clock display. So you can use your mod as a watch. This is something I have wanted in a mod for a long time. I really did. I’d love to be able to look at my mod and tell the time. This is a feature I really hope catches on.
It is able to push out up to 80 Watts and up to 600°F in temp mode. Joye eGrip 2 come with a TFTA Tank for 3.5ml capacity with top filling and top airflow. Joyetech eGrip 2 also allows NotchCoil 0.25ohm DL, BF SS316 DL and BF Clapton MTL. If pre-made coils aren’t your cup o’ tea you also have the choice to use the RBA head that will let you build your coils.
Joyetech eGrip II 80W: GET IT HERE
3. Eleaf Istick Basic
The tiny Eleaf Istick Basic is a very tiny little device, which is measured 81mm x 39.5mm x 23mm, with a fashionable metallic appearance. Equipped with a large internal battery capacity of 2300mAh, the mod will last most of the day when you are vaping often, but I can imagine that after a year with this mod the battery life will be drastically shorter.
One downside to the istick, at least to some people is the lack of adjustable Voltage or wattage or temp. So if you want to change the wattage you need to change the coil/head to a higher or lower Ω. The coils that are used are GS Air Atomizer Heads. You have three options for heads. The GS Air Head (1.5Ω), the Pure Cotton Head (1.2Ω) and the Pure Cotton Head (0.75Ω). Basically, if you want to change the wattage you change the coil to a higher or lower ohm.
The tank that goes with the Istick is the GS Air 2 Atomizer(14mm). This tank will hold up to 2ml capacity of juice, being a clearomizer style design it’s easy to see why it holds such a small amount. One cool feature with the tank is that when you drop the tank into place it is help there with magnets to help make sure a solid connection. It looks like the magnetic connector will allow you to use all 510/eGo style atomizers.
Eleaf Istick Basic: GET IT HERE
4. Kanger NEBOX
The Kanger NEBOX is Kangers version of the AIO System. I have to start this out with a little something. This box leaks. It leaks for about 50% of the people I talk to that have one. Now this box has been released for sometimes now and Kanger should be working on a fix if not already. I have learned that if you leave the box on its side, you should be good.
But leaving it standing upright like a normal box, it leaks out of the bottom filling port. That has been the issue with many vaping products. Whenever you have something that holds juice, and you fill it from the bottom it will sooner or later leak, not all do but that’s one of the HUGE issues with the original Kayfun. That and the annoying whistling overtime you took a hit.
But as a true AIO, we had to feature this in the article. The Kanger Nebox can push out up to 60W of power and up to 600°F. The coils that you use with the Nebox are the SSOCC 0.15Ω head, the SSOCC 0.5Ω and the RBA head that lets you build the coils.
The tank will hold a MASSIVE 10mls of juice. That is a great amount and will probably last you most of the day, if the juice doesn’t leak out... Like we spoke about above you fill the tank via a port in the base much like the battery door.
The Nebox, like most of the AIO systems, runs off a single 18650 battery. You access the battery by using a quarter or something and unscrewing the bottom door.
Kanger NEBOX: GET IT HERE
5. Aspire Plato
The Aspire Plato is a slick looking brushed aluminum mod. The coils that you can use for the Plato are Clapton 0.4Ω coils and Kanthal Nautilus 1.8Ω coils. The Plato has a max output from 20–50W or 200–600°F in TC mode.
The Plato is powered by a single 18650 battery. The battery is held in place with the cover that is held in place with magnets. Much in the same way the IPV series mods.
The airflow on the Plato is adjusted by twisting this knob thing at the base of the mod. Turning the knob will cover and open two bean-shaped air slots.
The tank section on the Plato will hold different amounts of juice depending on what coil you are using at that time. With the 0.4Ω coil, you can fill the tank to 4.6ml and with the 1.8Ω coil you will be able to fill the tank up to a whopping 5.6ml of juice. That is a hefty amount for an AIO system. To fill the Plato You can access the juice port by unscrewing the door with a provided key or anything like loose change or screwdriver.
Aspire Plato: GET IT HERE