Out of the box, the Joyetech Cuboid is a 150 Watts device, housing 2 18650 batteries.
It’s got a clear, large screen showing you all the information you need to know while vaping.
The Joyetech Cuboid features pass-through vaping, meaning you can vape while it’s charging, although Joyetech does recommend charging your batteries in a separate charger, since that’s safer. Usually, I’ll always charge my batteries separately and swap out my batteries with another set. I just don’t like the thought of two powerful energy sources charging that close to my face.
Just like the Joyetech VTC Mini, the Joyetech Cuboid has upgradeable firmware. As I said before, out of the box, this device is a 150 watts device. However, since its release, the firmware has been upgraded, making it a 200W device.
The Joyetech Cuboid has one of the largest screens currently available on the market. Besides the Smy Touch, that is.
It’s a clear screen, showing a bucketload of information. It’s got:
- A puff-counter;
- The current temperature;
- The current wattage (in temperature control mode);
- The current voltage (or voltage in power mode);
- Your coil resistance;
- 510 threading
- Temperature control
- Variable wattage
- 2 18650 batteries