Eleaf iCare Vaping Simplified
Eleaf iCare compact all in one starter kits are designed for entry-level users making their first steps into the vaping world. Simplicity and accessibility are the foundations of all iCare products. Eleaf features 3 starter kit choices to fit any vapers needs. Thanks to its solid construction, The iCare is perfect for on-the-go use where a traditional mod would be too much.
Eleaf iCare is a compact all in one starter kit with a built in tank and airflow system. After unboxing, I quickly learned how to take the atomizer out and fill it. The mouth piece comes off and the center indent allows you to unscrew the atomizer stack. The Minimal pressure needed as it comes off with ease. A unique tool to use, to say the least, and keep maintenance of the unit a breeze. I was most interested in the iCare’s airflow when first trying it out. The airflow is controlled by a ring in the stack. A simple twist takes it from tight to airy. When the ring was closed down I noticed it was a tight but clean pull that directly hit my throat; definitely similar to the analog version. Full open gave some nice flavor and decent clouds similar to old school tanks. Even with its tiny footprint, the 1.8ml tank impressed me providing plenty of time before I needed to refill. Eleaf incorporates a handy fill marker so you won’t overfill it when reinserting the atomizer stack. Comes powered by a built-in 650mAh battery easily recharged from its micro USB port. No need for fancy chargers or adaptors. Using the iCare could not be easier! Pop in the coil, fill the tank and puff away. Utilizes an automatic draw to fire system that mimics the analog feel.
Eleaf iCare Mini kit is the smaller version of the original iCare. An even more compact e-cigarette starter kit with a built in tank and airflow system. Anyone who gets this product will immediately notice its tiny size. Its airflow is a bit tighter than the regular iCare and is not adjustable. Offers the same output as the original iCare but holds a smaller juice capacity and half the battery size. The other difference between the mini and the original is the PCC 2300 mAh power pack. Conveniently charge the device whenever needed as both items can fit in your pocket. Comparable in size to the Juul, Cync, and PHIX devices. However, the iCare Mini is not a closed system! One of the easiest to use, small-sized and compact devices out there. Did I mention it was tiny?
Eleaf’s iCare Solo is an all in one system designed for on the go vaping. A tall, slimmer version of the iCare and iCare Mini still designed for simplicity. The first difference I noticed compared to the other two Eleaf kits was the Solo’s fire button. Unlike the others, it requires you to press the button to fire. Again Eleaf has tried to cover all the bases. The Device is a 320mAh battery and has tank capacity to hold 1.1mls of juice. A pen style, the low powered device providing a smooth mouth to lung vaping experience. iCare Solo is the best looking product of the bunch. So simple to use, your grandparents could do it! All you need to add to it is your favorite juice to get started. Keep it casual at home or pop it in your pocket when out on the move. Also comparable to the Juul, Cync, and PHIX products.
If you’re trying to convince a friend to see what vaping is all about, these Eleaf iCare kits are some of the most user-friendly options. Designed for simplicity, each kit is an optimal choice for starter vapers. It all depends on your preferred tank size and kit style. Each kit does a great job of providing the same hits analog users are accustomed to. Getting started with vaping has never been easier. Experienced vapers would also enjoy the super compact design for a true vape anywhere option. All three kits contain USB charging ports. Each device is meant to handle high levels of nicotine. Use it all day at home or take it out with you on the road; the power is in your hands.