Joyetech ESPION Infinite 230W review | 8000mAh Kit with ProCore Conquer tank

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Joyetech ESPION Infinite 230W

The  Joyetech ESPION Infinite 230W is the first box mod kit with tunnel light effects. This vaping mod is very luxurious and on a first look, seems packed with features. The ESPION is powered by two 21700 batteries and is able to reach an output of 230watt. The device has temperature control presets for Nickel, Titanium, Stainless Steel and TCR. The ProCore Conquer sub ohm tank is a very cool addition to the kit more about this awesome tank later on in this review.

8.8 Ecigguides Editors' Rating
PROS:

Beautiful design

Infinity type display

Great tank with mesh coil

Dual 21700 box mod 

Upgradeable firmware

Compatible with multiple types of coils

CONS:

Display is very dim

Did you know that the innovative ProCD mesh-style coils for great vapor production and delivering really intense flavors.

What you get with the Joyetech ESPION Infinite kit

The Joyetech ESPION Infinite comes packed in a lovely cardboard presentation box. Inside you will find the mod itself pre-fitted with two high drain 21700 batteries. You will also get the ProCore Conquer tank fitted with the 0.40 Ohm coil, a spare 0.15 Ohm mesh coil, two 18650 battery sleeves, spare glass section, spare parts, micro-USB cable and the user manual.

Available colors are Black, Green, Gold, Blue, Red, and Rainbow – with the side note that the glass section on the tank is also tinted to match the color of the mod. This is available only for the pre-fitted glass section, as the spare one is clear.

Design and main features of the box mod

The Joyetech ESPION Infinite box mod is a dual 21700 device that's able to reach a whopping 230W. The build quality is very good and its design looks futurist and elegant. The Espion Infinite measures 89mm x 49.5mm x 33m and weighs around 300g with both batteries inside. A similar device would be the Sense V-Jet but with better autonomy and a more interesting display.

The 510 connector on top looks very solid. It's fitted with a spring loaded, gold plated pin and can accommodate atomizer up to 30mm in diameter due to it's center placement. Next to the connector there are two adjustment buttons. They feel very clicky and easy to use.

Joytech Espion presentation

The fire button is placed on the side, while the display on the face of this new vape mod from Joytech. The micro-USB slot is placed on the back and the battery door on the base. This door this has a hinged slide-to-unlock mechanism it looks like Joyetech went the extra mile to add polarity indicators on both the door and inside the compartment. You can also use the Espion Infinite with 20700 cells, but it will have a bit of rattle. When using 18650 batteries, make sure you slide them properly inside the plastic sleeves, according to the instructions.

The Infinite ESPION display – nice color effects but not that practical

The biggest selling point of the Joyetech ESPION 230W is clearly the infinity display. This involves tunnel light effects surrounding the color 0.96" screen that appear to recede into an infinite distance. It looks pretty cool if we're honest and you can also select the type of movement from the menu.

Unfortunately, the tinted plastic film on top of the display not only feels flimsy but also makes the screen harder to read. It's almost impossible to see in bright sunlight and it even looks dim in normal conditions.

An accurate chip with good temperature control

The chip behind the Joyetech ESPION Infinite is very accurate, consistent and fires incredibly fast. It features temperature control for Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel as well as three TCR options. You can fully adjust the wattage in TC mode and adjust everything according to personal preference, even the color of the display.

The battery life of this vape mod is astoundingly good. Another plus is its balanced charging feature and it's upgrade able firmware

The new ProCore Conquer sub ohm tank

The ProCore Conquer tank which comes with the Joyetech ESPION 230W matches the mod's power and color to the last detail. Has a tinted bulb glass tube and holds up to 5.5ml of e-liquid. Top fill is easy to use as you simply need to press and slide the cap.

The tank also features adjustable airflow on the base and comes with a revolutionary mesh-style 0.15 Ohm coil. This is great for flavor and vapor production as long as you use it between 40 – 80W. It also copes with high-VG juices quite well.

Performance and final words

The Joyetech ESPION Infinite 230W is a futuristic looking box mod that's packed with loads of features. The 21700 batteries and the proCore Sub Ohm tank are included. The infinity lights display seems to be a unique selling point. You can fully adjust the LED lights to match your style or turn them off completely.

We recommend the 0.15 Ohm coil for its impressive vapor and flavor. Also worth mentioning is the fact that this tank is also compatible with SMOK V8 Baby coils. The only con we found with this kit is the dim display.

Rating of the Joyetech Espion Infinite 230w

8.8 Overall score
80 Score
Price 80
100 Score
Battery Life 100
90 Score
Aestetics 90
80 Score
Ease of Use 80
90 Score
Build quality 90

Posted by Sam Wagner

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My name is Sam and I’m an avid blogger and social media specialist. My two great passions are motorcycles and vaping. I love writing about my experiences and I’m usually the one testing all mods and vaporizers we receive. You will always find me fiddling with tank atomizers, building my own coils or steeping various e-liquid recipes.

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