Smokenjoey Reviews eVic VTwo and Cubis Pro Atomizer

The New Joyetech eVic VTwo 80 watt Mod and the new Joyetech Cubis Pro Tank Review – where do I start Folks – Thumbs up or Thumbs Down or both?


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For a detailed how-to video on this eVic VTwo check out my original video of the eVic VT (they are very similar) at

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Official Joyetech eVic VTwo Specs

  • 5000mAh Internal Battery (LiPo I believe)
  • Output Mode: RTC, VW, VT (Ti, Ni, SS316), Bypass, TCR (M1, M2, M3)
  • Wattage Range: 1W – 80W
  • Temperature Range: 200°F – 600°F / 100°C – 315°C
  • Resistance Range:
    • 15Ω – 3.5Ω (VT & Bypass Mode)
    • 05Ω – 1.0Ω (VT Modes)
  • RTC (Real Time Clock) Interface
  • Stainless Steel Threads
  • Springs Loaded 510 Pin
  • Large OLED Display
  • Adjustable Setting Control Knob
  • Upgradeable Firmware (Via Micro USB Port)
  • Pass-through Charging and Vaping (Via Micro USB Port)
  • Dual Circuit Protection

Available Colors: Black, Burgundy, Orange, Blue, White, Racing Yellow, Cool Black, Dazzling White

Official Specs Joyetech Cubis Pro

  • 22mm Diameter
  • 510 Threaded
  • Top Filled Design
  • Innovative Cup Design
  • Top Adjustable Airflow Valve
  • Increased e-Liquid Capacity
  • New LVC and QCS Cubis Atomizer Heads
  • Compatible with the Original Cubis Atomizer Heads
  • Insulated Drip Tip (2x)
  • Fully Detachable and Washable

From Spinfuel’s Review of the eVic VTwo and Cubis Pro

Comparing the eVic VTwo to last May’s eVic VT, the differences, or improvements, are many.  The new eVic VTwo has addedEVic VTwo and eVic VTwo Mini Review Spinfuel eMagazine the now ubiquitous upgradeable firmware feature and Joyetech’s new dual battery protection. New features with the firmware include adding a custom logo and the real time clock display, called RTC. This new RTC feature is also included in the new eGrip 2.

Cubis Pro –

All in all, the Cubis Pro is an excellent improvement on a flawed technology. I’ll never be a true fan of top down coil heads, whether it be from eLeaf, WISMEC, Joyetech, or even Kanger (Kanger’s CL tank sucks), but if Joyetech continues to improve on the atomizer design and coil design they have a chance to make me a fan.

What I really want from Joyetech is for them to add a Ceramic top down coil head, with a Kanthal A1 wire, rated at .5-ohms or lower. Ceramic tanks are non-spit, they don’t gurgle, and the flavor is the best. Joyetech has dabbled in ceramic coil heads before, with the Delta 2, so there is precedence for it. A nice ceramic coil head for the Cubis line would be pretty awesome.