Bryan Kerr: It's an awesome mod if you know how to use it correctly. Works good in VV
mode but it seems like it is designed to work in VW mode, seems to work
better that way. The current firmware is 1.4.
clamum: It doesn't look like you're inhaling the vapor... are you?
James Neuro: I'd love to hear how the eVic is now. I was really diggin it and thinking
of grabbing one but these issues completely turned me off. Things improved
PaladinOrgy: Have they upgraded the firmware since? Is it better now than it was?
brocksdaddy081910: I really thought about getting one with the first video you did but now im
not going to waste the time.
IcthlarinBand: Nuke the whales? Roblox?
John Follis: Is the battery a 18650? Thank you.
John Follis: First kudos, I appreciate that your at least on par with pbusareo guy that
does many videos but your more tech savvy and you do it all at home and not
My question is their a video out that shows the differences between
different guage wire's and their use, pro's and cons, etc., or if you
would be kind enough to direct me to one. I've searched youtube, google
etc and can't really find a definitive 101 on gauge wire and their specific
uses according to size and equipment for example. Gracias amigo.
hotheadedjoelhaha: Everyone gives their Evics away! Ahaha!
Andy Miller: Grimm, I usually really Ike your videos but this one had me almost yelling
at the screen. I just found my Evic after having lost it for about 6
months. It was like finding an old friend. After building a UD Igo w3 to
1.3 ohms - I'm now sitting here vaping very satisfying clouds at 11 watts
on the Evic. I just don't get the same results you do in your review.
Hardware not found? Wavy profiles? Re-install, what? You do not even need
to ever plug the device into a computer - unless you really want to. It
works just fine as a stand alone mod. You might want to have a friend
update the firmware and fix your computer's usb problems for you.
After losing the Evic I bought an Innokin VTR - I love it. It's powerful
and can sub ohm. But unlike with the Evic, I also had to buy a battery and
a charger. And the VTR has no charging circuit and can't do passthrough.
That meant actually buying 2 batteries so I could charge one while vaping
with the other. Before that I went about 6 months on the Evic with one 2600
mah battery, using passthrough at home while the battery was charging in
I also recently bought a 18650 mech mod.and I love it too. But vaoing with
the Evic right now I realize what a bargain it was and what great a great
little device it really is.
It's very trendy right now to bash Joyetech and the Evic. I just wish you
could have talked to some other experienced Evic users before posting this
review... and maybe that's the real problem with the Evic - that it
presents itself as an over complicated device. It can be that - it'll get
almost as geeky, fiddly, and nerdy as you want to get with it. But it can
also be a very economical, simple, safe, and very satisfying mod to use
Thanks for allowing comments and keep up the (usually) great reviews!
HerdoRalden: It seems like you and everyone else vapes at WAY higher watts than I do.
"Seriously, who vapes at 5.2 watts?" I don't, it's usually less than
that. I have a ProVari and I can't really set it past 3.7 volts without
burning my lungs, even on 3.0 ohm cartos.
For instance, right now I am using a 3.0 ohm carto (checked on ProVari),
and I have it at 3.4 volts which is 3.85 watts. That is almost too harsh.
If I set it to even 3.6 volts it is way too much and it tastes burnt and I
am coughing. It's so weird to me that everyone else is vaping at 8+ watts
and not dying. If I cracked 5 watts I would probably have to be
videoman223: Know if this will fit an EVOD tank?
Quickdrawmcgraw357: I love the way the evic looks and the fututrisitic menu is new and
innovative. I also really like the software update idea. That being said
this thing is a piece of sh*t IMHO the build quality is so damn cheap it
isn't even funny. Ive seen one break firsthand at a vapeshop from falling
off the glass display and onto the carpet. I would rather get an MVP2 or an
SVD. Just my 2 cents. Great review grim!
jmb102093: I have the evic and i've had no problems with it. I think the digital
aspect is probably more appealing to my generation then it is to others. I
vape at 3.1 to 3.5 volts and its always been consistent for me it's
definitely not for everyone though
Paul Jones: Too flimsy. Came apart where the black part joins the top end. Epoxy didn't
hold. Any solution ?
Binky Butters: are you familiar with the nu joyetech eCom and do you plan on reviewing it?
Pasquale Van Wijk: i love the evic i really diggin it
Training4all: Does the latest firmware allow vaping @ 6 watts?
stranger808: You really should try an updated eVic and post another followup. For the
users in the community who are looking for your guidance, this review is
good but it is not really all that helpful or relevant to users in the
community considering the move to this device from an eGo or lesser device
but not yet ready for a full on MOD that requires a lot of battery and
device knowledge or maintenance. As a previous comment indicates the 1.4
firmware fixes a lot of previous bugs and makes the device a great entry to
mid level mod. While I cannot speak for the software on a Mac I have never
had the issues you discuss on any other PC and have several eVics that my
multiple PC's have never had any issue with. Plus as a all in one device
(variable voltage mod, battery charger, ohm meter) the device is one of the
best I have found for the all day user looking for connivance in a very
jmb102093: Plus i think recently they have fixed all the bugs that he is talking about
Doris Ou: It's fabulous that we could upgrade the firmware for the life time. Hope
they could quickly fix the sleeping option. By the way, my friend told me a
reputable website that could offer cheap price for almost every products.
You could google for it. That is Angelcigs.
Brandin Roark: I have the evic with the iclear30b and i see people all the time vaping
around a 9w with this tank but i cant vape above 7w without it having a
Mikey Derkson: aight listen bro ive bin looking into quiting smoking with some vape long
story short I used the sanme thing u got going on in tis vid im sure its
updated w.e right now atm it kicked my ass but im curious as to what
seetings u have it on because for me I have it onb sxome random as settings
and I just had the greatest bj while I was smoking it
it worked while I was getting a bj and kept smoking but yeah long story I
want to know what u have ur stings on im a first time vapor got this bad
boy from my birth moms friend let me know whats up what u use and how to
set it thanks
Ronny op de Beeck: Thanks
Mikel Reborn: So is this fixed ? I had a MVP 2.0 and two MVP 1.0 in the past 3 years , I
bought these because I liked the big battery I liked the VV/VW, pass
though and puff counter . But none of these lasted long, my 2nd 1.0 I had
before I got the 2.0 lasted a year ,the longest of all 3 MVP's I had . Most
of them broke from crapty china components . This eVic looks like an
updated version of the MVP, so how does it fare compared to the MVP 2.0 ? I
am thinking of getting one .
Alice Ou: Thans for the review.
EBHomeMovies: wish I had seen this in february. For those who might be confused by
this- You don't have to uninstall the MVR software to solve that "HAS NOT
FOUND THE HARDWARE EQUIPMENT" pop up problem. the issue is in how you
connected the device to your PC.
Step 1: EXIT the MVR program and shut it down choosing EXIT. 2:open the
MVR software. 3: Click to close the open window and choose CLOSE THE
WINDOW. 4: Connect your EVIC to your PC.
This resolves that pop up - which occurs when you connect the evic without
the MVR software running to detect device. Make sure MVR is running before
you connect the EVIC.
nik12937: Did you ever find a solution to the "not found" glitch? To me that almost
sounds like usb driver issues.You could also try running the program in
admin mode, since it will forces admin rights on install it could be why it
only works the first time.
░▒▓█YTTeeVee™█▓▒░: i can plug mine to computer or through a charger...the wall charger came
NoX1313: What? How can you call that a boring vape? I mean that was a huge cloud of
vapor that you exhaled! lol! I am lucky if I get that!! I just purchased
the eVic but it has not gotten here yet. I look forward to getting it and
taking a good "toot" off of it and blowing out a great cloud like that! :D
I personally love the techy aspect of it. Something new to play with and
learn about! By the way Value Vapor has the boxed kit for $79.99 right now!
Go get ya one! ;)
Chris Xenchino: Right-click the icon for the MVR program and authorize it to run as
administrator. That will allow the program work every time you connect the
eVic to your PC.
TheMrjogas: I update to 1.3 and I notice was acting abit strange like show battery zero
in a sec show normal was 67. Freez few time. Was other few thing so I think
this firmware they soon update.voltage still 5v :( using on lee a week
now,but really need 1.4 soon.geat update like ur video
Uderbottom Sandydown: Should have checked the evic for the date, lol
chakenfangersaregood: Just give me the one that gives the most vapor youve ever had lol Just name
the battery and the atomizer and im buying it lol. i just wanna look
ridiculous when im at the casino.
VEGAS421AB: Don't buy. "Atomizer short" ELECTRONICS PROBLEMS. Expense and after 5
months the Joyetech company will run you around, just to tell you so sorry,
it's your problem. Buy USA.
GrimmGreen: Maybe something like the AGA-T2 , I have the AGA-T and it's pretty nice.
The T2 has a better top cap that lets you put the air hole were you need
GrimmGreen: sometimes my brain just doesn't work
Blake Fister: what flavors do u vape the most
Daniel Johnson: Is there a possibly to hack the firmware? Seems like if so, you could crank
out just about any volt/watt you want.
David Emanuel: yo nick, quick question. do you know about whats new in the 1.3v. were not
going to ask you to do a new vid everytime they go 0.1version up. they have
the battery and circuitry for it to go to 15w and 6v as everyother mod out
there. have they done that already in v1.3? does it have 6v and 15watts?
thanks again dude and as always... YOU ROCK !!!
mike downing: Hi Grim, have been watching your videos on the e-vic, I just got 1 a few
weeks ago and still haven't figured out the menu, I understood that somehow
you can set the wattage and it will stay at that no matter what you put on
top for a tank etc. Until you change it manually. One thing I do know after
writing to joyetech is when you turn it on and it recomends 5.2 watts, that
just a number they program into all e-vics because they feel its a safe
number and has nothing to do with your setup. mike
Samantha Montgomery: Maybe for juices with more than one flavor ie mbv pineapple upside down
cake low volts gives some of the flavors high volts gives you others maybe
if you changed volts in a vape you could taste the entire juice
GrimmGreen: So many options out there it's ridiculous. I always get nice performance
from cartomizer tanks and a variable voltage mod
elijah carter: hahahahaaaaa
Dave Giard: I do think its slightly ridiculous, I mean its got all the fuss of a
computer, but all it is, is a PV that counts your drags.
GrimmGreen: This video was relevant when I uploaded it in FEBRUARY. I don't even have
the eVic anymore, it's been given away.
MrBigc8: what's with the "nuke the whales" wall paper?
GrimmGreen: I honestly have no idea :/ my eVic is long gone
GrimmGreen: There's a reason why plugging your mod into your computer never caught on.
Because it's a terrible idea ha ha