Joyetech Espion Solo & ProCore Air Tank Kit Review

Many thanks to Tom over at for sending this kit out for me.
The Espion solo is Joyetechs 10 year anniversary mod, and while in initial pics that I had seen of it, I didn’t really like the look too much, I decided it was worth the once over… and I’m pretty glad I did!  :yes:

Lets start with the

Espion Solo Kit Specs

ESPION Solo Battery Mod
Size: 25.5mm*39.5mm*132.5mm
Screen type: 1.3 inch OLED touchscreen
Screen size: 64*128 px
Output wattage: 1-80W
Output mode: Power/RTC/Bypass/TC(Ni, Ti, SS316)/TCR modes
Atomizer head: ProCA (0.4ohm) head and other ProC series heads
ProCore Air Atomizer
E-liquid capacity: 4.5ml
Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm for TC/TCR mode
0.1-3.5ohm for Power mode
Temperature range: 100-315°C/ 200-600°F
Cell using: single replaceable high rate 21700/18650 cell (CDR25A)
Max charging current: 2A
Max output current: 30A
Max output voltage: 9V

In The Box

Joyetech ESPION Solo Kit with ProCore Air Atomizer 80W comes with
1 * ESPION Solo Mod (No Cell)
1 * ProCore Air Atomizer 4.5ml
2 * ProCA-0.4ohm DL. head
1 * 18650 Battery Sleeve
1 * Spare Glass tube
1 * Spare Mouthpiece
4 * Silicon Ring
1 * QC USB cable
2 * Manual and Warning Card
1 * Warranty Card
Spare parts

Looks & Initial Thoughts

Tom always looks after me, and knows that I’m not keen on black coloured vape gear, so when the box came and had the picture of a black mod emblazoned across the front, I was pretty gutted to say the least. Preparing to be totally gutted, I opened the box to find this stunning rainbow coloured mod staring back at me.


The design seems pretty Retro looking to me, and I have to say, it looks way better in the flesh, than in the pics. It has these lines (rather like a grill) on each side, and does have a somewhat mechanical feel to it (not as in a mech mod, but rather like all pieces fitting together to make… well the Espion mod) It has a small Joyetech logo on one side, and Espion Solo on the other. And then on the button is the 10th Anniversary limited edition print. It actually does look pretty good, and I’m sure the colour helps me to like it immensely.

The ProCore Air tank is rainbow coloured too, and popped onto the top of the mod, they do make quite an eye catching combination.

This is a single battery mod, with a curved back/battery cover, so it is nice and comfy to hold, and once I installed the battery it is heavy enough for you to know that you’re holding what feels like a quality device.

And the nice surprise is, it’s a touch screen mod!  :ting:
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