Table of Contents
- 1 VaporFi VOX® 60 TC Starter Kit
- 1.1 About The Vaporfi VOX 60W TC Starter Kit
- 1.2 The Vox 60 TC Body
- 1.3 The vSix Tank
- 1.4 vSix Coil Heads
- 1.5 Conclusion
- 1.6 vSix Tank
Last Updated on March 18, 2017 by Team Spinfuel
VaporFi VOX® 60 TC Starter Kit
The thing about buying a vaping instrument like the Vox 60 TC from Vaporfi is that at first glance it looks like you’re spending more for it than other ‘similar’ devices. I get that, and for vapers looking to spend the least amount possible, Vaporfi is probably not the company you want to buy from. Yes, Vaporfi has the best warranties, and real life human beings standing by to help customers, but there is a segment of the community that would rather spend their money on cloned devices, or from the least expensive vendor they can find, and forget all about support or warranties. That’s okay, to each their own. I’ll talk more about this at the end of my review.
About The Vaporfi VOX 60W TC Starter Kit
The Vaporfi Vox 60 TC box mod has a maximum wattage output of 60W, and a consistent amperage output of 24.5 amps, allowing for a resistance range of 0.1-3.5-ohms, full Temperature Control for Ni200 (pure nickel), Ti (Titanium) coils, along with variable wattage for standard Kanthal A1 and Stainless Steel coils.
No matter your personal choice with coil wire, the Vox 60 TC can handle it with ease. The Vox 60 also has ByPass mode, which is essentially “mech mod” mode for more advanced users.
One of the first questions I was asked about the Vox 60 was about the relatively low 60W max output, and what that may do with certain sub-ohm tanks, like the Horizon Krixus, a ceramic tank using a Tungsten wire. It seems like I’m always trying to tell people that wattage output is only part of the equation. The Vox 60 TC has a very strong amperage output, and when you combine that with what most people consider plenty of wattage output, even the Horizon Krixus performs excellently.
Vox 60 TC Starter Kit – A Choice of Tanks
If you buy the Starter Kit version, you can choose between three Vaporfi tanks; the vShock, the Volt Hybrid, or the vSix tank. My kit came with the vSix, one of the best performing tanks I have used, and one of the easiest to work with. I’ll talk more about the vSix shortly.
Vox 60 TC – Feature Highlights
These days it’s a waste of space to talk about standard safety features like overcharge protection, short circuit protection, etc., so let it be known the Vox 60 TC has all that covered. Instead, I’d like to discuss some features you might not find in other 60W box mods.
Auto Resistance Meter
If you decide to use an RBA, RDA, or the ever-popular RTA, the Vox 60 TC will automatically detect the “best” voltage setting. I tried this with a Tsunami RDA with Kanthal coil and it worked surprisingly well.
In addition, when you attach an atomizer with a Temp Control coil the Vox 60 TC detects it and displays “TEMP COIL SELECT”. You then move to the wire you have installed in the coil and set it.
This is a feature that many vapers need, especially vapers that have several tanks with various coils.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve picked up a tank to use on my mods and wondered which coil was installed, was it Nickel, Kanthal, Stainless Steel? The Vox won’t tell you which wire it detects, but at least you won’t push a Nickel or Titanium coil while in Variable Wattage mode. This is cutting edge tech, and one a lot of vapers would find a major plus.
The Vox 60 TC is equipped with a dual LiPo pack, rated at 2600mAh. Charging the battery pack is fast; faster than I had hoped for. However, you should know that the Vox 60 TC does not feature pass-through vaping so when the battery pack depletes you’ll have to switch to another device while it charges.
Temperature Control Mode
To get into the Temp Control menu you first have to lock the system. Click the fire button 3 times and you lock the device. Once locked, press and hold both the plus and minus buttons (located on the top of the Vox) until the display shows the Temp Control menu. Set your temperature, then click 3 times to back out and start vaping.
The Vox 60 TC also features ByPass mode for more advanced vapers. In VW mode run the wattage up to 60W and push the adjustment button one more time; this will bring the Vox into ByPass mode. Using this mode allows you to vape as if you were using a mechanical mode, with straight voltage coming out at full force. It’s good for vaping with RDA’s, but it’s not a mode I use, ever.
The manual is written in perfect English and it’s very easy to understand. In fact, a quick read through of the manual showed me that although the Vox 60 has plenty of cutting edge tech, Vaporfi has made it simple to use.
The Vox 60 TC Body
The body of the Vox 60 has a excellent finish. It is both firm and soft, a much improved ‘rubberized-type’ finish that adds both comfort and durability. I wish all mods would be made of this material. Under this firm/soft finish is a body made of a lightweight but strong Zinc Alloy.
The only thing I don’t like about the Vox 60 TC is the placement of the adjustment buttons on the top of the device. It takes some getting used to, but because the exceptional OLED display is larger than most displays you see on this type of box mod, it was the logical place to put them. Other than that, the Vox 60 TC is a remarkable box mod by Vaporfi, and certainly my favorite in the Vox series.
Now let’s talk about the tank I received with the mod. Although you have three choices when you buy the Starter Kit, I’m going to talk about the vSix because that’s the tank I know.
The vSix Tank
The vSix has a capacity of a whopping 6mL. It features adjustable airflow, of course, dual Cyclops style airflow ports at the base of the tank. It has one of the nicest Top-Fill systems I’ve seen to date. The top cap unscrews to reveal two slots for e liquid filling. The slots are seated with rubber grommets with a hole in the center. To fill the tank, you insert the dropper or whatever you use into the grommets hole, which opens up slightly for a firm fit to prevent leaking e liquid off the dropper and onto the tank itself. It works wonderfully well.
The real prize of the vSix is the easy access to the e liquid ports. Turning the top cap closes or opens the large e liquid ports in the tank, allowing the user to completely shut off e liquid to the coils, or to fully open them for deep Direct Lung hits. As an aggressive Lung Hit vaper I never once had an issue with keeping the coils saturated due to this excellent port system.
vSix Coil Heads
The performance of the vSix is stupendous. I know that sometimes we can be “tank snobs” and only consider names like Goliath or Zephyrus, or Gemini, or other big name sub-ohm tanks, but the vSix is truly capable of going toe to toe with any of the big name tanks, none of which have 6mL capacity. Even when I use other mods, for review or pleasure, the vSix is a tank I turn to quite often. Flavor is amazing and the vapor production is first rate.
It’s been fairly easy for me to call a tank a Flavor tank or a Cloud Chaser tank, but when it comes to the vSix, I can’t decide, or maybe it’s both.
The truth about the Vox 60 TC and the vSix tank is that both are top notch devices that provide a great vape experience for any vaper. The Vox 60 TC is light, small, and powerful, and the vSix is one of the best performing tanks I’ve used, with massive juice capacity and awesome e liquid ports.
But I know there are some people that will never spend the money that Vaporfi asks for their products. The Vox 60 TC Starter Kit is $169.99, and the vSix, should you want to buy one on its own is $59.99, that’s a lot in today’s market. I can’t tell you if I would spend the money on this kit or not because for more than 4 years I’ve had access to almost every device for free.
But I can tell you, truly, that for vapers that want top quality, and the support of the company behind it, the cost is justified. Try having a problem with your Joyetech, Innokin, or Aspire product. You won’t ever get their support staff on the line, and to get a replacement for a defective product is like pulling teeth. Not so with Vaporfi.
Most of us, the majority of us, simply throw our inexpensive devices away when they breakdown or malfunction. So what’s it worth to you to be able to call Vaporfi on the phone or email them, and get a replacement sent out almost immediately? What’s it worth to you to be able to call their tech support about something you don’t understand, and have a properly trained tech staff talk you through it?
If you vape as a way to avoid smoking, and you don’t want to know ohms’ law inside out, or you couldn’t care less about building Clapton Coils, if vaping is not a hobby for you, than its worth having a company like Vaporfi in your corner.
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What’s included in starter kit:
- 1 x VOX® 60 TC MOD
- 1 x USB Cable
- Choice of 1 vShock tank, Volt Hybrid Tank or vSix Tank
VOX® 60 TC specs & features
- Adjustable Output Power in 0.5W increments
- 2600mAh dual internal Li-Po battery
- Accepts Atomizer Resistance from 0.1ohm (sub)- 3.5 ohm
- Resistance (Standard Coil): 0.1ohm-3.5ohm
- Resistance (Ni 200/Ti coil): .05ohm-1.0ohm
- Silver-plated brass electrodes
- Output Voltage Range: 3.0V-8V
- Output Power Range: 7W-60W
- Maximum Output Current: 24.5 Amps
- 510 Threading with Spring Loaded Pin
- Output Short-Circuit Protection
- Reverse Battery Protection
- Auto Ohm Resistance Meter (Finds ideal voltage for RBA/RDA)
- Low Voltage Protection
- Device Lock Feature
- Low Resistance Protection
- Input High Voltage Warning
- Vented Battery Casing
- Zinc Alloy Construction
- Digital OLED Screen
- Pocket Sized: 79mm x 39mm x 24mm
- 1 x vSix Tank
- 1 x 0.5 ohm Coil (comes inside tank)
- 1 x 0.25 ohm Ni200 Temperature Control Coil
- 1 x 0.25 ohm Dual Coil
- 1 x Manual
- Adjustable airflow
- Adjustable juice flow
- 6ml tank capacity
- Top fill tank