Joyetech Delta Clearomizer Review
This review will focus on a new product that all users of the eVic Supreme mod, the Joyetech Delta Clearomizer, have been eagerly awaiting.
Delta itself is a small revolution in the vaping market.
Previously, in order to really soar, without any restrictions, you had to buy a serviced atomizer and join the ranks of home-made self-winding spirals, now all you need to do is buy an eVic Supreme and specially designed for it by Joyetech Delta.
The most remarkable thing that Delta has is a replaceable C3 evaporator, designed for it, and capable of working without power with the slightest sign of “burn”, up to the incredibly previously unbelievable 26 watts.
Such agility is reported to the evaporator by as many as three spirals and a well-designed fluid supply system for them.
The total resistance of the spirals is 1.4 Ohms, which is exactly what eVic Supreme needs to open up to its fullest potential.
But that is not all. The Delta Clearomizer body is made of stainless steel and the fluid tank is made of tempered glass.
The tank volume is a record 6ml. liquids, and these are honest 6 milliliters, we specifically checked.
Such a tank volume is absolutely necessary when hovering at capacities of more than 15 watts, because the liquid flow rate at such power is impressive.
Another feature is three huge holes for air supply, which, among other things, are equipped with a traction control system.
The thrust is adjustable from absolutely weightless to very tight.
At maximum thrust, you can literally breathe through the clearomizer, it is so light.
The rest, as usual, is a 510 format mouthpiece, which can be easily replaced with your favorite.
And the connector is also in 510 format, which means that Delta is compatible with most battery mods on the market.
Only now it will truly reveal its capabilities only at eVic Supreme, which can provide up to 30 watts of power to it.
Yes, and in design it is fully consistent with Supreme, and looks with it as a whole.
For refueling, the clyromayzez body is unscrewed from the base, and liquid is poured directly into it.
Just like this happens with models such as eCom-C, Eleaf BCC and the like.
Filling does not cause difficulties, just remember to turn the device with the mouthpiece down before unscrewing the evaporator body, otherwise the liquid will spill out.
The replacement of the evaporator is similar, and he sits in a nest in the base on the thread.
By the way, the evaporator is unconventionally open at the top, all three spirals are clearly visible.
So, in which case you can at least try to rinse them and clean them of soot.
In any case, such an open design allows you to visually assess the degree of clogging of the spirals with soot.
By the way, a little more about design.
The colors, material and texture of the Delta case are fully consistent with those of eVic Supreme.
Just like him, there are two color options – stainless steel and black.
Two replaceable C3 evaporators are supplied with each clearomizer, one of which is already installed in the clearomizer.
These replacement evaporators will, of course, be on sale separately, but will only come in the next delivery in two weeks.
About prices: Delta itself costs 1800 rubles , a replacement evaporator for it costs about 200 rubles , that is, the price for C3 evaporators corresponds to the price for C2 evaporators used in eCom, eMode, etc.
Of course, we could not help but test the novelty in business, and the impression it makes is absolutely amazing.
At a power of 20 watts and above, there is not even a hint of “burning”, and the steam at the same time, it seems, can be literally touched.
However, the “burn” from Delta has not yet been achieved at any power.
Naturally, at such capacities, both the liquid and the battery charge are consumed very quickly, and the steam worker should seriously think about lowering the “degree” of the liquid used several times: if you are used to soaring, say, 11 mg / ml, literally a few puffs power of 20-25 watts can cause an overdose of nicotine.
Personally, I literally five minutes later decisively moved from the “six” to “zero”, which I advise you.