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Eleaf iCare Solo Kit Review

The Eleaf iCare Solo is a sleek and stylish vaping kit designed for those who are trying to give up cigarettes and move to vaping. This doesn’t mean that as an experienced vaper you will not enjoy using this as your on-the-road kit, especially if you like restrictive lung hits.

The Solo kit keeps true to the style of other iCare kits from Eleaf. It is compact, lightweight, and easy to use. One of the main difference between the iCare Solo and the iCare is that the latter does not come with any buttons. However, the Solo Kit has a single firing button on its body. Another point of difference between the iCare and the iCare Solo Kit is that the latter does not feature adjustable air holes. Apart from the features mentioned above, both devices are strikingly similar.

The dimensions of the iCare Solo kit by Eleaf are 18mm by 11mm by 104.5mm. The device weighs only 31g. It comes in five colors; red, cyan, gold, white, and black. You can get the Eleaf iCare Solo Kit on Ejuice Deals for $15.

This is an all-in-one vape kit. This means it comes with a built-in battery and tank. The iCare Solo comes with a 350mAh battery and has a maximum wattage output of 15W like other devices in the iCare kit. The package includes a micro USB charger and there is a USB port on the side of the device for charging it. Above the USB port, there is a small LED light that you can use to tell the battery strength. This is a good feature since the iCare Solo does not come with an OLED screen. The small LED light on the device will flash either green, yellow, or red color. Green means the battery is full. Yellow means it is getting depleted. And red means that the battery is empty. The device comes with passthrough technology so you can vape while it is charging.

The Eleaf iCare Solo is operated by a single button. You need to hold down the button to turn the kit on and off, and also to activate the rank when you want to take a hit.

One thing that has differentiated Eleaf’s iCare series vaporizers from other nano-sized vape kits on the market is that they are not closed-system kits and allow you to enjoy your favorite vape juice. The iCare Solo kit has a tank that can hold up to 1.5ml of e-juice. This is good news for vapers in the UK and Europe as it is complient with regulations that tanks must not have the capacity to hold more than 2ml of e-liquid. The tank has a top-fill design. To fill the tank, you simply need to remove the mouthpiece and the air pipe. There is a max fill line on the small tank window so you know when to stop pouring your e-juice.

Unlike other vape kits in the iCare series, the iCare Solo does not have adjustable airflow holes. The air flow of this device is quite tight. It will give you that characteristic restrictive hit that smokers of tobacco cigarettes are accustomed to.

The Eleaf iCare Solo comes with two IC 1.1 ohm coil heads. The coil heads are screw unto the bottom of the air flow pipe. The fact that you can get replacement coils at a low price and they are readily available are some other reasons why this vape kit is perfect. It costs about $9 to $11 for a pack of Eleaf IC 1.1 ohm coil heads, and you can get them from just about any top vape store.

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