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    Default Janty MID Series One - Now on PRE-ORDER SALE

    NEW Janty MiD ONE Series E-Cigs
    The MiD "One" is unlike other e-cigarettes – it has virtually unlimited capabilities, and can be upgraded through the use of software modules. The MiD "One" out-of-the-box version, is able to perform the basic functions of a variable voltage e-cigarette, but with PC connectivity.
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    Pre-Order Limited stock edition MiD "One" shipping from 15 January 2013 onwards!

    JANTY MiD ONE Device

    Specifications:
    Variable Voltage/Variable Wattage - realtime control
    Length: 116.6 mm

    Diameter: 19.4 mm
    Device Weight: 40 grams
    Number of Batteries: 2
    Battery Type: 16340
    Activation: Joystick
    LED: RGB LED


    Give me Power!
    The Janty Mid Design ONE's Vaping profile margins are the widest in the market: the MID ranges from 0 to 8 volts, or from 0 to a whopping 25 watts! MiD delivers from 0 to 4 Amps!

    Variable Voltage Janty MiD One allows you to custom control your voltage in real time.

    Variable Wattage Janty MiD One allows you to custom control your wattage in real time.

    Joystick?
    Yes. The MID series comes with a joystick/button. It is the first ever e-cigarette to make use of a joystick/button. And it is a joy to use. The joystick allows you to easily navigate the menus of the device. More importantly, the joystick allows you to control your real time variable voltage or real time variable wattage. And guess what - you can switch easily between voltage and wattage and vape whatever you feel comfortable with.

    Real Time Variable Voltage/Wattage?
    Another innovation of the MiD is the Real Time Variable Voltage (RTVV) and the Real Time Variable Wattage (RTVW). This feature, together with the joystick, enables the MiD user to modulate voltage or power freely and in real time during your "freestyle" vaping and/or during the vaping or your pre-programmed profiles. Press the joystick up or down to increase or decrease the profile voltage/power in real time, any time you want during your puff to experience True Real Time Variable Voltage and True Real Time Wattage! We won't say more to describe this feature now, as you have to try it to truly realize how innovative and cool it is.

    Statistics
    Pull data: The MiD records the puffs you take. You can consult these records on the header of the MID Interface PC application. Our software modules *** will allow you to record and statistically showcase/share/compare each puff's duration, date, energy, duration and much more!

    Vaping MiD "One" PC Application
    The MiD Interface PC Application is compatible with Windows7, Parallels Desktop for Intel Macs and will be available for Android asap. The MiD can store up to 4 profiles internally in the device, but with the MiD PC application you can create, store and execute unlimited profiles on your PC. The MiD PC application allows you to use complete features such as editing and storing unlimited vaping profiles on your PC – which you can then store in your MiD device, or upload to the Coming Soon community website to share with your friends and followers!

    Safety
    Our MiD PRO HD batteries can handle up to 5500 mA. The MiD device automatically cuts off at 4000 mA. Our MiD HD PRO batteries will not get significantly hot and the MiD device's casing is made out of a special grade metal alloy that is both lightweight and has a high heat sinking capacity. Using our MiD HD PRO batteries with 2 or more ohms resistance atomizers is completely safe. Our dual battery architecture ensures that the loss of energy during vaping is virtually zero. Other so-called variable voltage devices using the single battery boost architecture typically have around 15% energy loss.


    Janty MiD Series One Device - $129.95 - Pre-Sale Price - $110.00

    Janty MiD Series One Starter Kit - $162.95 - Pre-Sale Price - $142.95

    NEW Janty MiD ONE Series E-Cigs - NEW Janty MiD ONE Series E-Cigs here

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    Wow this thing looks sick
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    Have to admit, I'm really curious about this thing. It looks like it's poised to compete directly with the forthcoming Joyetech eVic, except it seems to lack in one area (no display other than a varicolour LED) but excel in others (higher amperage, potentially higher volts/watts). On the other hand it seems to force you to buy modules to do things like extend the voltage/wattage range and allow you to adjust your volts/watts in realtime, fine gradients -- otherwise, out of the box, it seems to be limited to 6V/15W with 4 settings via profiles, and you need to run the software to make changes to those profiles.

    Could be good, or could be the product of over-engineering and needless complication. Kind of on the fence here. I mean, more customization is great, but is it too much? Is the software-modular design good or annoying? I dunno, but it's funny because I was joking around about giving the eVic its own App Store in another thread -- and here, this thing pops up that will actually have one.

    I guess we'll have to see. But the gadget geek in me is definitely intrigued.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindfield View Post
    Have to admit, I'm really curious about this thing. It looks like it's poised to compete directly with the forthcoming Joyetech eVic, except it seems to lack in one area (no display other than a varicolour LED) but excel in others (higher amperage, potentially higher volts/watts). On the other hand it seems to force you to buy modules to do things like extend the voltage/wattage range and allow you to adjust your volts/watts in realtime, fine gradients -- otherwise, out of the box, it seems to be limited to 6V/15W with 4 settings via profiles, and you need to run the software to make changes to those profiles.

    Could be good, or could be the product of over-engineering and needless complication. Kind of on the fence here. I mean, more customization is great, but is it too much? Is the software-modular design good or annoying? I dunno, but it's funny because I was joking around about giving the eVic its own App Store in another thread -- and here, this thing pops up that will actually have one.

    I guess we'll have to see. But the gadget geek in me is definitely intrigued.


    Hi Mindfield,

    Yes, I am also very much awaiting to get the Janty MiD in and try it out for myself, and see how it feels to drive this device with a joystick accelerator compared to a standard on/off button!!

    Janty MiD vs. eVic
    · eVic - On/Off Switch
    · Janty MiD - Joystick accelerator

    · eVic - Puff Counter
    · Janty MiD - Puff Counter (Pull Data/Share Data)

    · eVic - 3.0V to 5.0V
    · Janty MiD* - 0V to 8.0V (3.0V to 6.0V-standard Out of Box)

    · eVic - 2W to 15W
    · Janty MiD* - 0W to 25W (4W to 15W-standard Out of Box)

    · eVic - 114grams
    · Janty MiD - 74grams

    *Janty MiD with Optional MiD Extended software Module


    The Modules are not required for the MiD to function, you can choose to buy modules individually, or as bundles with reduced cost. I believe that the Modules will be priced reasonably with some starting under $5.00 cost to own.
    Out of the box the MiD One can do the following:
    · Variable voltage from 3 to 6 volt
    · You can save and use 4 different profiles to the MiD – each with their own settings
    · Use our free PC application, and the realtime monitoring
    · We give everyone the user defined autosleep module for free – as your first module

    So basically, out of the box the MiD is a very capable variable voltage e-cigaret with editable profiles.

    DEMO MODE
    When you receive your MiD "One", you will be able to run module based extended functionalities for a limited time, after which it returns to it's out-of-the-box status which you have paid for.

    There are many reasons we went the modular way with the MiD, but a few of the more important ones are:
    · We want our customers to only pay for what they use – rather than sell the MiD series with all functions enabled, which some customers wont be needing, this way we let the customers themselves decide.
    · Through the use of modules it is possible to always add new functionality to the MiD series
    · Through the use of modules it is possible for us to have the community interact with us, and suggest modules they want us to make for them

    So basically, modules are there for you to explore – and buy – if you want the functionality they add.

    Expand MiD
    In order to expand the functionality of your device to enjoy revolutionary functions such as Real Time Variable Voltage and Real Time Variable Wattage, or programming, saving and executing arbitrary vaping waveforms, pulsation vaping, and much much more, you can purchase MiD software modules or bundles at www.midseries.com from 15 January 2013 onwards.

    What is the community for?
    The community is the heart of the MiD – what we are doing here is something we really have high hopes for.

    The idea behind the community is to make a place where:
    · You get to share your profiles, and test others out
    · You get to discuss, interact, experiment with other users on everything MiD
    · All atomisers and e-liquids in the world, should end up getting profiled; in numerous variations

    But there are alot of uses for this – let us show you a few examples:

    You had a friend over, he tried your MiD and he is hooked: he wants it just like you have it, same MiD, same atomizer you are using. So he buys the MiD, buys the atomizer, and then he goes onto your profile and uses the profile you let him try that initially sold him onto the idea: And he will then – without problems – be vaping just like he was when he tried it with you.

    The community is located at www.midseries.com, and will be active upon launch on 15 January 2013 – this is also where you can find the store for purchasing modules for your MiD.
    You have a youtube channel with alot of followers; you are testing a new atomizer, and a new liquid – you love it and people are constantly asking you for information about this; Now you can simply upload your profile and point your followers to it - if they have a MiD they can now try out that juice, on that atomizer, just as you were vaping it, to re-create the exact experience you so fondly told them about.

    And finally, the community of course is also a place for us to monitor and interact; its a place where new ideas and uses for the MiD will show first, and this is where we think alot of great new community modules will come from.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra View Post
    Hi Mindfield,

    Yes, I am also very much awaiting to get the Janty MiD in and try it out for myself, and see how it feels to drive this device with a joystick accelerator compared to a standard on/off button!!
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    The joystick is an interesting idea. I'm not sold on the ability to adjust voltage in realtime as you vape by working the joystick though -- that sounds awkward, but it could have its occasional uses. There seems to be so much to this MiD, but it's kind of hard to figure out where the line is here between what it can do in your hand versus what it leaves you to do through the software. I get the general idea, but some of this stuff is a bit vague, and I suppose is the sort of thing you're not really going to be able to properly wrap your head around until you have one in your hand and have those eureka moments where you're like, "Oh, so that's what I can use that for."

    I'm just sort of concerned that Janty haven't tried to pack so much into this that only the hardest of the hardcore gadget heads will "get it," while a lot of the rest might be scared off by its seeming complexity. In other words, on paper, it looks like it has a kind of steep learning curve.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mindfield View Post
    In other words, on paper, it looks like it has a kind of steep learning curve.
    It is a simple or as complicated as you like.

    You can program it so that it has different levels of power throughout your puff cycle..
    .. or leave it as a simple one wattage setting, and then adjust the power in real time with the joyestick switch as you puff.

    I've only used one briefly (so no idea how to program it), but I absolutely love that joystick; it's like an accelerator pedal!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ultra View Post

    Janty MiD vs. eVic

    · eVic - On/Off Switch
    · Janty MiD - Joystick accelerator

    · eVic - Puff Counter
    · Janty MiD - Puff Counter (Pull Data/Share Data)

    · eVic - 3.0V to 5.0V
    · Janty MiD* - 0V to 8.0V (3.0V to 6.0V-standard Out of Box)

    · eVic - 2W to 15W
    · Janty MiD* - 0W to 25W (4W to 15W-standard Out of Box)

    · eVic - 114grams
    · Janty MiD - 74grams
    Also, from tests done on the eVic in Germany -
    Dampfertreff - Das e-Zigarette Forum, Infos zu e-Zigaretten und e-Liquids
    and posted here, a quick summary of these tests...
    eVic, is this the future of vaping???

    Current limit -
    · eVic - 2.2A
    · Janty MiD - 4A
    iVapour.co.uk - Janty UK Supplier; the original eGo.
    iVapour-elixir.co.uk - Silver Bullet, mods, and spares.
    The EU Tobacco Products Directive is not a victimless crime...

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    The lack of display and proprietary batteries is a deal killer for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Toby View Post
    It is a simple or as complicated as you like.

    You can program it so that it has different levels of power throughout your puff cycle..
    .. or leave it as a simple one wattage setting, and then adjust the power in real time with the joyestick switch as you puff.

    I've only used one briefly (so no idea how to program it), but I absolutely love that joystick; it's like an accelerator pedal!
    Heh, that's an interesting way of looking at it. Like I said, I think it's something I'd have to play with in order to properly grok it.

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    2.2A on the eVic? That can't be right -- that's piddly.

    Quote Originally Posted by siampumpkin View Post
    The lack of display and proprietary batteries is a deal killer for me.
    It uses 2x16340 or RCR123As, which are pretty standard.

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    Is it using a 510 connector?

    Explain what you mentioned as a interface with android. I travel and would hate to have to wait until I return home to my desktop to do stuff with it. The Android interface would allow me to "geek out" away from home. So tell us more about that please.

    If I am understanding your correctly. VW is and additional cost item?

    The description on the site says
    What you get with MiD ""One" out-of-the-box
    · Variable Voltage/Wattage ecig with 4 on-board step up/step down vaping profiles in the range of 3V to 6V or 4W to 15W
    I am considering it. That is why I am asking.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bssage View Post
    Is it using a 510 connector?

    Explain what you mentioned as a interface with android. I travel and would hate to have to wait until I return home to my desktop to do stuff with it. The Android interface would allow me to "geek out" away from home. So tell us more about that please.

    If I am understanding your correctly. VW is and additional cost item?

    The description on the site says
    I am considering it. That is why I am asking.
    As I understand it, it can do VV and VW out of the box, but is limited to 3-6V and 4-15W, and I believe only 4 profiles (i.e. you can set it up for, say, 3V, 4V, 5V and 6V, or 6W, 8W, 10W, 12W, and those are the presets you can use when disconnected) If you want the full range of 3-8V and 4-25W, you need to buy the module. Unfortunately that's the most expensive one.

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