evanmarko Registered User
#16

kiffy said:
Found a website that has the eVic for sale at €100 (€112 with shipping) it's a Greek site. It's a pre order for Dec 13th arrival.
Never come across them before and was wondering has anyone done biz with them?
http://www.ecig.eu/e-cigarette-starter-kits/joyetech-evic-mod-starter-kit.html


i would also like to know if anyone has bought from this company?
i went to the Joyetech site and see them listed in Greece and Cyprus with ecig.gr and ecig.eu websites.

http://www.joyetech.com/distributors/dis.php

anyone with have any experience with this company?

#17

evanmarko said:
i would also like to know if anyone has bought from this company?
i went to the Joyetech site and see them listed in Greece and Cyprus with ecig.gr and ecig.eu websites.

http://www.joyetech.com/distributors/dis.php

anyone with have any experience with this company?

**** it I'm going to order off the Greek site tomorrow, doesn't seem any Irish vendor looking to stock it for the moment, was hoping to buy off one of our Irish sites to keep the money at home

evanmarko Registered User
#18

kiffy said:
**** it I'm going to order off the Greek site tomorrow, doesn't seem any Irish vendor looking to stock it for the moment, was hoping to buy off one of our Irish sites to keep the money at home


i couldn't resist myself, i just pre-ordered the eVic, kind of a Christmas gift to myself

i also found a coupon which took off 10% !!!!! i see other coupons with 20 and 30% but none worked apart from the 10%

coupon code
ECIG10

found the coupon here
http://www.retailmenot.com/showcoupon/4115509

#19

evanmarko said:
i couldn't resist myself, i just pre-ordered the eVic, kind of a Christmas gift to myself

i also found a coupon which took off 10% !!!!! i see other coupons with 20 and 30% but none worked apart from the 10%

coupon code
ECIG10

found the coupon here
http://www.retailmenot.com/showcoupon/4115509

Going to wait now as ESI are getting them in before Xmas and getting it from them. You will be lucky to get this side of the new year, as I think the cut off date for Xmas post from Greece is usually middle of the month, that was the case when getting stuff from relatives in Greece in the past.
I'll let you know what it vapes like when I get off ESI

evanmarko Registered User
#20

kiffy said:
Going to wait now as ESI are getting them in before Xmas and getting it from them. You will be lucky to get this side of the new year, as I think the cut off date for Xmas post from Greece is usually middle of the month, that was the case when getting stuff from relatives in Greece in the past.
I'll let you know what it vapes like when I get off ESI


does ESI have a delivery date yet? at ecig they told me the first shipment is are arriving on the 13th and the second on 15th. Apparently i am getting it from the first shipment and will be here on the 14th or 15th of the month

#21

evanmarko said:
does ESI have a delivery date yet? at ecig they told me the first shipment is are arriving on the 13th and the second on 15th. Apparently i am getting it from the first shipment and will be here on the 14th or 15th of the month


They haven't given a specific date, just before Xmas, only a few weeks too wait.

#22

Really enjoying the eVic, it feels just half the wait of the Provari, don't know if it's as durable as the Provari as I haven't dropped it on the floor yet but no problems with the lectrics like some mods I can think of

The 2600 mAh battery lasted me 22 hours, and have got 3 18650's 2200 mAh's from my lavatube set up.

Running it on watts and around 9.5 with my 2.4 viva coils.
Would recommend it to anyone thinking of upgrading and only €70 from Bargainvaper

Going to use the eVic as the main vape for now the computer link up is kool too and awaiting the new software update to V2 luvly jubilee. Dont think anyone can justify the Kanger Twist as the best starter kit from now on when you can get a vapour intelligent cigarette kit for jut €8 more

Lucutus Registered User
#23

kiffy said:
Dont think anyone can justify the Kanger Twist as the best starter kit from now on when you can get a vapour intelligent cigarette kit for jut €8 more


including batteries, charger, clearos, 5 sample juices and a nice case?

That's pretty good kiffy!

#24

Lucutus said:
including batteries, charger, clearos, 5 sample juices and a nice case?

That's pretty good kiffy!

Minor details Picard.
You get a 2600 battery, and can charge it via the control head no charger needed, clearos are cheap enuf too.

Lucutus Registered User
#25

so a single battery and you can't use the device while it charges?

Vaperus Registered User
#26

Ouch, this is just heating up. Ill hold your Jacket Kiffy. Anybody for Popcorn

Calibos Registered User
#27

Lucutus said:
so a single battery and you can't use the device while it charges?



If it lasts a chain-vaper like Kiffy 22 hours then one just has to remember to put it on charge before one rolls over to go to sleep every night....surely????

grindle Registered User
#28

Charging a battery... While asleep?!.

RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! Calibos is a madman!

Calibos Registered User
#29

grindle said:
Charging a battery... While asleep?!.

RUN FOR YOUR LIVES! Calibos is a madman!


Should I be worried that my iPhone will kill me one of these nights?

grindle Registered User
#30

Calibos said:
Should I be worried that my iPhone will kill me one of these nights?


Yes!

Well, no, but I have more faith in Apple's knowledge of circuit design & engineering skills than the mostly random gaggle of cloners in Shenzhen who seem to look at whatever product and go "Sher we'll have a lash off that there, we'll see how it goes."
Case in point and back on topic: eVic - designed and intended to have a 15w limit and a 3.5amp limit.
Actual numbers: 11w and a 2.2-2.3 amp limit (lower than an eGo Twist).

Serious case of "Wha..?" out of that for me.

The eVic does look very pretty in 18350 mode though, if pretty counts for anything.

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