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    Default The eVic easy head

    today launched the new The eVic easy head

    As the spare part of eVic, eVic easy head is designed
    with the concept of simple structure and firm sealing,
    which is simple and generous, but delicate.

    It's also cost effective. People will never spend much
    expenses to buy a control head, that's to say, you can
    only spend less money to buy a same multi-functioned product.

    Features:

    * Economical spare part of the eVic
    * Accurate power display
    Constant voltage output & variable voltage output
    Short circuit protection
    Discharge and overcharge protection
    Low voltage protection
    Vaporing while charging
    * Solid structure
    * Easy to operate

    The eVic easy head-ech02.jpg
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    Still don't entirely understand what this does from the description, at first I thought it was a housing for the og head to protect against drops..now im thinking its a economical version of the controller head? Don't see how you'd be able to dial volts or watts up and down, but i am def interested!
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    The eVic easy head-imageuploadedbytapatalk-21366876020.799854.jpg

    Ooooooh i get it now...its like a ego-t mod but wayyy sexier (those v1 ego-t mods control heads looked like light bulbs!) nice post, i might be in for one of these!

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    I'm guessing you get the computer functions. But not user control as needed.
    It's a set it, and forget it head

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    While I personally have zero interest in this head, it is just another example of the flexibility that the modular design brings to the table.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KraKsX View Post
    I'm guessing you get the computer functions. But not user control as needed.
    It's a set it, and forget it head
    I would tend to concur with that. At least from the view they show, there really isn't much to show as far as changing anything. If it has to be controlled via software, I'm not really sure it would be worth the time or money to get. The whole point of having this is to adjust on the fly, not per-say go "oh I don't like this current Voltage/Watts, let me bust out my laptop quick and adjust it." Just not practical.

    If it has something to adjust that they are not showing, it would be a nice alternative but I like my little display.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brokil View Post
    I would tend to concur with that. At least from the view they show, there really isn't much to show as far as changing anything. If it has to be controlled via software, I'm not really sure it would be worth the time or money to get. The whole point of having this is to adjust on the fly, not per-say go "oh I don't like this current Voltage/Watts, let me bust out my laptop quick and adjust it." Just not practical.

    If it has something to adjust that they are not showing, it would be a nice alternative but I like my little display.
    I agree, I still don't understand, how to change voltage-unless maybe it is done through a series of button clicks?

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    This, much like the VapeOnly BCC, is a product of Joyetech's other brandings. Check out Shenzhen iSmoka Electronics Co., Ltd, it's the same as the controller for their soon to be released product line. I'd bet that, much like the VapeOnly BCC, it is being released early to sort of "field test" it to get the bugs out before the official iSmoka line releases.
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    To me it's just a regulated mod just like the 18650 mod. If you use very low ohm things it might be useful, otherwise it doesn't look like a real VV. If you want an 18650 mod get a Joyetech head, it's easier.
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