Joyetech eGo AIO ECO review by Mjag

Thanks for taking a look at my review of the Joyetech eGo AIO ECO which was sent to me directly from Joyetech for the purpose of this review.


  • Diameter: 14mm
  • Height: 113.0mm
  • Weight: 37.5g
  • E-liquid Capacity: 1.20ml
  • Coil head: BFHN 0.5ohm head
  • Max charging current: 1A
  • Output mode: constant voltage (1.85V) output
  • Battery capacity: 650mAh
  • Colors: Red, Blue, Black, Grey, Green

Included in the package:

  • eGo AIO ECO
  • 2 BFHN 0.5ohm head (1 preinstalled)
  • USB cable
  • Manual
  • Warranty card
  • Warning card
  • Spare parts

Great starter vid by Joyetech:

Are you unhappy to see me or is that a eGo AIO ECO in your pocket?

Small you say…yep, this is an itty bitty thang, check out the size next to a Sharpie…and this is the small sharpie.

It even gets dwarfed by another Ego style kit.

The eGo AIO ECO is Joyetech’s redo of the eGo but this time with ECO tech which is said to improve battery life, an estimated 350 puffs before having to recharge. I have had this for about 50 days and can count on 1 hand how many times I have charged it. I am not OCD enough to have actually counted how many puffs but damn it has been a lot. It has acted as a fidget spinner for my mouth, I use it a lot while I am fidgeting away with work.

It only holds 1.2ml but damn does this thing barely sip the juice. At one point I was determined to vape it dry, was using it all day and nope, couldn’t do it. I actually wound up dumping the rest of the juice to try out a new 25mg salt nic I just picked up. The salt nics by Salt Bae are really tasty and I had to try it in there.

Now as far as flavor it is good but definitely not the best. When I first sampled the Salt Bae nic salts it was on a Suorin Drop and from memory it was better, that is why I bought the juice. The Mi-pod which I own also has an edge on flavor but that and the Suorin Drop cost 2 to 3 times the cost of the eGo AIO ECO so they had better perform. I also have a Hangsen IQ but I just can’t get on with that pod system, I enjoy the eGo AIO ECO better.

Coil life was great with the first coil, must have gotten at least 3 or 4 weeks with it before I started to get a burnt taste. The second coil is already getting bad though and that is less than 3ml run through it. After my first coil I added extra coils to my wish list to order once they are in stock but now I am going to have to think about it. Could have just been a bum coil on the last but it sure didn’t last long.

Here is a pic of the first coils innards.

Now I will say…as I cough up a lung after taking a hit on the Mi-pod…true story. I have a hard time vaping some of these pod systems that use high nic, the Mi-pod has the same 25mg nic salt in it as the eGo AIO ECO. I am a deep lung vaper so I tend to forget with these MTL devices and high nic. I never ran into that problem with the eGo AIO ECO though, I hit it over and over again with 25mg and no coughapalooza like I just got with the Mi-pod. This is why I personally have been using the eGo AIO ECO as I work, that is when I tend to forget and it saves me every time from coughing.

The eGo AIO ECO (yes, I have been copying and pasting that) has an LED that you can change colors. Just turn it off with 5 clicks, press and hold the fire button for 5+ seconds until the LED glows then click the fire button 1 time to change the color, you can even turn the LED off. Now I usually always turn off LED’s, just not my thing but have to admit that I sort enjoyed it, just another thing to fidget with as I work. The various colors are shown in the video I posted above from Joyetech.

Yes, I feel like a pansy with my fancy colors…sue me, at least I used the blue LED…it’s soothing.


  • Great battery life
  • Small small small
  • Good but not great flavor
  • Juice lasts for a damn long time
  • Forgiving for an absent minded deep lung vaper like myself with high nic, I don’t cough with this
  • Passthrough charging
  • Priced at less than $20, can find for under $15 if you look around
  • Soothing LED’s, like sunshine on a rainy day…OK, now I am just being stupid


  • Second coil went bad much faster than first, could be a QC problem
  • If it only had better flavor I would love this thing

Final thoughts

I will freely admit that I was really thinking about skipping the review the eGo AIO ECO but I found myself grabbing for it a lot while working. I generally don’t vape my preferred dual coil RTA’s while working to keep my cloudage down, that is where pod systems come into play. I was thinking the Mi-pod would be my go to, has better flavor but damn, if I forget and take a big drag on it I can sometimes cough up a lung with 25mg salt nics.

If the eGo AIO ECO was priced like the higher end pod systems in the $40 range then it would be a pass. It is not though, the most you will probably pay is $20 and check out the link below and you will find some priced under $15, that is a bargain in my book.

I plan on either buying another eGo AIO ECO to give to a friend who always coughs when she tries my vape. I am hoping she will find this enjoyable enough to give up the stinkies which she has tried and failed numerous times. If that works then hallelujah, I will buy her a new one every month if that is what it takes, at $15 a pop it would be so worth it.

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Another nice one! I have a box of about a dozen old ego batts and clearos just waiting to give to anyone that wants to stick their toe into vaping. It can be the best thing you can do for someone. It is sad about the coils tho and always had that prob w/ kanger and smok w/ 2 of the box being bad or even short life w/ the lot of them. A bad experience can easily deter a new vaper and althought coils are cheaper then a pack of smokes, the convienence of buying them a lot of times is not.


Thanks for the review @mjag!!:beers: Nailed it!!

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Thank you @worm1 and @Eddiepraysforpeace

I am glad to hear you say that @worm1, it is great when we can help others quit the habit like we were all fortunate to do. I keep my old gear around as well just in hopes I can help someone, it feels great when it does.


Great review Mjag, but damn that thing is tiny…where’s the girth?


Thanks brother!

I am just hoping they don’t come out with the “Welcome to Jamaica and have a nice day” edition…too much girth :laughing:


my mom uses the dolphin with the mtl coils 1.2 ohm and loves it , i wonder if this may be a good one that she can alternate ? great review btw

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Great review man, looks like a good kit for beginners :wink: nice job :grimacing:

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Another good and informative review @mjag,
While trying this device I went back to tobacco flavored e-juice, and MTL vaping. I had similar problems trying to drain the tank and the battery.
But did you notice how uniformly the power gets delivered to the coil through the use of the battery?

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Thanks @fidalgo_vapes and yeah, it is comparable to the Dolphin with the MTL coil but the coils did not last as long. I am hoping they fixed the issue as I had a sample version but have no way in confirming until I buy another.

Thanks @Steampugs, yep, decent and inexpensive product for a beginner to try.

Thanks @CosmicTruth but not sure what you mean about uniform power delivery? Do you mean no hot spots? I know they use a spaced coil which in general gives a uniformed glow.


Well on most of my mods as the battery gets about 1/2 used the power kinda starts dropping off and with it the vapor, I noticed the ECO was quite constant all the way till it died. Nothing like a fresh charged battery all the way till it’s dead. Hope they start adding that on the larger units.

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Oh yeah, your right on that, constant until you needed to recharge :+1:

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Cute little bugger for sure. Thanks for the review!

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