EightVape Reviews: The Joyetech eVic Primo Fit
The eVic Primo Fit is a compact vaping mod from Joyetech, featuring a variety of user customization options.
A built-in 2800mAh battery allows the Primo Fit to fire up to 80W. A variety of function modes are included, such as Wattage Control Mode and TCR Temperature Control Mode. A large 0.96" OLED display screen allows users to access the settings menus.
Included with the eVic Primo Fit Mod is the Exceed Air Plus Tank. The Exceed Air Plus features a 3mL E-Liquid capacity with a sturdy push-to-open top-fill system. This tank utilizes the Joyetech EX Coil Heads, which offer users the option between a DL and an MTL vaping experience.
Size and Fashion
The most notable feature of the eVic Primo Fit is the size. In a perfectly compact size, this kit will will be able to fit in just about any pocket without being an uncomfortably bulky bulge.
Unfortunately for myself, I have rather large hands, which makes the device a bit cumbersome to use but that could very well just be my issue. Others who have tried the device have found it easy to use with simple single button firing with two buttons to change voltage.
It does come availble in numerous colors, making it easy to find a style that best matches your own preferences. For this review I used the black device and was satisfied with it. Very simple, nothing extravagant.
Features and Specifications
Colors: Black, Silver, Dazzling, Blue
Output range: 1-80W
Output modes: Power/RTC /TC(Ni, Ti, SS316)/TCR(M1, M2, M3)
Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm for TC/TCR mode
0.05-3.5ohm for Power/RTC mode
Temperature control: 100-315°C/ 200-600°F
Battery: Built-in battery (2800mAh)
Max charging current: 2.0A
Max output current: 25A
My first impressions were not favorable, finding the draw on the device a bit lacking with the taste even more unimpressive. After tweaking the adjustable airflow, the draw did improve some but the taste was still not what I was looking for. Surprisingly the cloud production was not that bad but as someone who likes flavor, I would likely choose a different device.
I don't think the eVic Primo Fit is a bad device, just not what I'm looking for but I do recognize that's my personal opinion. For many, the small size and less flavor-packed delivery may not be an issue at all. I would recommend this for people looking for a compact device, possibly a backup in case you forget your main one at home or the like. I'm sure there is certainly a crowd for this device, I just don't count myself among them.