Joyetech’s Espion Solo kit includes an Espion Solo mod and a ProCore Air atomizer. This setup celebrates Joyetech’s 10 years in the vape industry. The mod is compatible with a 21700 battery, but still works with 18650 battery as well. The maximum power output is 80 watts. The menu settings can be adjusted via it’s OLED touchscreen mechanism. There are 4 colors to choose from. The ProCore Air tank can hold up to 4.5ml of e-juice and has a bottom adjustable airflow.
The video included below is a review of Joyetech’s new espion Solo kit. In the video, a reviewer uses the kit and provides us with feedback and his overall opinion of it. First off, he is very content with the kit contents. It includes a good amount of extra parts, which is always a plus when purchasing a kit. Of course a battery is not included, but that is often the case anyway. The physical structure of the mod appears to be well made and feels comfortable in his hand. He adds, it is somewhat light in weight, even with the tank on it and the fire button is nice and clicky. He has had no issues with the tank, but the drip tip is too large and ugly, he says. As far as the vape quality, he says, there is a nice restrictive draw to it that makes a comfortable direct lung hit. The flavor and vapor production are satisfactory, he adds. On a negative note, when drawing on it, it produces a loud whistle; even when the airflow is closed off.