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Eleaf iCare Kit Review

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The Eleaf iCare is a nano vape kit released in 2016. Eleaf released the iCare as a follow-up to the iNano. When you look at both devices side-by-side, you will see that with the iCare, the company found a way to reduce the size of the iNano while maintaining most of the features of the vaporizer that we all love. While this vape kit is tiny, it comes with adjustable airflow holes as well as a top-fill 1.8ml tank so you can use the e-liquid of your choice. You will struggle to find any vape kit on the market with a similar size that offers all these features. Most nano vape kits use pre-filled cartridges and not refillable tanks.

It is no question that the Eleaf iCare Kit was designed for beginners. However, as an advanced vaper, you can use this when you want to go hiking or camping, and you need a lightweight and portable vaporizer. It almost seems like the iCare was made to be put in the pocket or bag. Its dimensions are 75mm by 30mm by 14mm. Apart from its small size and negligible weight, the tank does not have any fire button or any control button. It is draw activated. This means that you never have to worry about accidentally pressing the fire button.

The Eleaf iCare comes in a variety of colors including cyan, red, white, black, and gold. You can get it on Ejuice Deals for $15.

The iCare by Eleaf is an all-in-one vape kit. It fitted with a 650mAh non-removable battery which can produce up to 15W. The package includes a micro USB cable for recharging the battery. You will find the micro USB port under the iCare. One major difference between the iCare and the iCare Mini is that the latter does not use a PCC charger. It takes about one hour to charge this Eleaf vape kit using the micro USB charging cable. However, you will not need to worry about the charging time because the device supports pass-through technology. This means you can vape while it is charging. There is a color-coded LED light underneath the kit that serves as a battery life indicator. The light flashes each time you take a hit. If it shows green, the battery is full. On the other hand, red means the battery is about to die out.

It is extremely easy to use the Eleaf iCare Kit. Even if you have never seen or held any other vaping device, you will not have problems using this kit once you read the manual. The most complex thing you will have to do on this kit is to change the atomizer head, and that is a straightforward process. The package includes two IC 1.1 ohm coil heads and the iCare supports aresistance range of 1.0 to 3.5 ohms.

To change the coil and refill the tank of the iCare, pull off the mouthpiece. You will see a rectangular slot under the middle of the top cap. That slot was ingeniously designed to be used to unscrew the air shaft. Once you take off the air shaft, you will have access to the juice fill hole. As stated above, the iCare’s tank can hold 1.8ml of vape juice. There is a glass window on the side of the device with a max fill line so you can see exactly how much e-juice is left in your tank and know when to stop adding more. The iCare’s coil head is screwed on to the bottom of the air shaft. At the top of the air shaft, you will find some adjustable air holes. There is a ring on the air pipe that you need to turn to open or close the five air holes.

The iCare Kit by Eleaf is perfect for mouth-to-lung vaping. You will get restrictive hits from this kit. At 15W, you cannot expect a lot of vapor. The flavor that you get while vaping with this device is not bad, but it is not exceptional either. Overall, this is one of the best starter kits that you will find on the market.

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