This is the second and last part of my review of the EGO eVic, the summary.
This summary is for the V1.0 of the MVR software and the V1.0 of the eVic firmware:
+ Sturdy, cool looking device
+ Clearly organized informative display
+ Is quite accurate in VV mode (See review of Mountain Prophet)
+ 510 and EGO threading
+ USB connection with PC and ability to charge the battery via USB
+ Possibility to vape while charging
+ MVR software
What if you could change the way your PV behaves, after you bought and used it? What if you could see how much you vape in a day/week/month? If you think that’s nice to have in a PV then maybe this EGO eVic might be just for you.
Upgrading the firmware is indeed a nice new feature for a PV. And as you will see in my review, I think that is a necessary feature for the eVic, as it still had some things that can be (should be) improved.
All in all, this eVic is a nice PV.
There really didn't seem to be a point in taking up space there just to make this comment, but I just found the group treasure chest and I think it is so considerate of everyone to look out for each other.
I am the type of person who likes to shop at thrift stores just because I know that once you have used something one time, it is not new anymore and love the thought of saving money and helping others in my community at the same time (the store I use also helps by donating money
This is for V3 units but may loosely apply for earlier versions also...
Found that after the unit got torqued a bit, in my pocket, I noticed that the center post
was no longer lining up nicely with the drip tip. I discovered that replacing the tube
was the remedy for this but on further inspection of the "problem" tube I observed
an uneven gap at the base of the tube, between the metal ring and the indent in the polycarbonate tube. (tube only, not the
Updated 12-13-2012 at 04:04 PM by Hitmetwice