Joyetech CUBOID Pro with ProCore Aries Review

Innovations in vaping technology can seem slow to come by. One of the most recent ones was the advent of temperature control, but since then it seems like all any manufacturers have been doing is either making their mods smaller or higher powered. That’s all changing now, because touch screen mods are finally here. We’ve got one to review today, the Joyetech CUBOID Pro. It’s not the first one to hit the market, but it looks like a very good one, and we’re excited to check it out.

Review: CUBOID PRO

Joyetech Cuboid ProCore Aries Review
Manufacturing Quality

I know there is one thing that everyone wants to know. I won’t make you wait. The touchscreen is awesome! I don’t just mean that it’s awesome to have a touchscreen on a vape though. Joyetech did a seriously incredible job making this vape. The screen is big, bright, and responsive.

I love the interface. Everything you could possible want is easily accessible. There are plus and minus buttons for changing the wattage incrementally, along with a bar that you can drag to quickly make large adjustments. There’s a button for toggling between the different heating modes, and a place to press so that you can change what you are adjusting within each mode.

If that all sounds confusing, what I’m trying to say is that the majority of things that you want to do can be achieved without ever leaving the main screen. By the way, everything is easy to press, even if you have fat fingers.
Joyetech Cuboid Pro Color Selection

On top of just having a good touchscreen, there are a bunch of cool extra features like screensavers that are real pictures, a step counter, and even a way for you to track your nicotine consumption. It’s cool to see vapes expanding on their functionality like this.

There are two buttons that will make this fire. One is a traditional click button, and the other is activated just by touching it. I’m not a huge fan of the touch fire button, but it’s there if you like it.

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Flavor Quality

This kit includes the ProCore Aries tank, which delivers outstanding flavor and vapor production. There are 2 different coils that are included, with an additional 3 that you can buy separately.

If you get this, you’ll notice that they include a card that indicates exactly what each coil is good for. I like this inclusion, and the card’s judgements are accurate. In this case, the ProC4 is the one to use if you want a coil that’s big on both flavor and vapor.

Both of the included coils are for direct lung vaping, but you can achieve mouth-to-lung vaping if you buy the ProC1-S. If you like blowing huge clouds and vaping at high wattages, check out the 0.2ohm ProC3.

Power Flexibility

The power flexibility of this kit is great, and right on par with other mods coming out lately. It’s powered by two 18650’s with a maximum wattage output of 200W. There are temperature control modes for nickel, titanium, and stainless steel, with a range of 200-600F for each.

There are also TCR modes. The resistance ranges are 0.05 to 1.5ohm for the temperature control modes and 0.1 to 3.5ohm for variable wattage mode.

Ease of Use

One of the downsides of high-powered mods that pack a ton of functionality has traditionally been the fact that their menus are clunky and annoyingly complicated to navigate.There are some that do it better than others, but at the end of the day most mods still only have three buttons. The touch screen changes everything. Instead of remembering combinations of button clicks to find and change what you want, you just click on it.
Joyetech Cuboid Pro Display SetupThis is so much more intuitive, and it makes this mod extremely easy to use. I can’t speak highly enough about it.

Portability

I’m actually surprised by how portable this is. I assumed that adding in all the tech to make this touch screen would make it bulkier than other dual 18650 mods, but it really isn’t. The size is 131.5x56x30mm. That’s just a bit over 5 inches tall, in case you were about to go look up the metric conversion.

To be clear, mini mods and AIOs are still going to be way more portable than this. This just does a better job than I expected at keeping the size to a minimum

Overall Experience

The Joyetech CUBOID Pro is an incredible mod, and the ProCore Aries tank is pretty great as well.

The star of the show is obviously the touch screen. If you were worried that it wouldn’t be functional and that it is just a gimmick to sell more vapes, I hope this review convinced you that it’s not. The thing works great and makes using the vape much more enjoyable.

I’ve said it before, but I’m going to repeat myself for emphasis. The screen is big, bright, and incredibly easy to use. I’ve never used a vape with this many settings that was more intuitive to control.

While this will fit any 25mm tank, the ProCore Aries is worth using. Regardless of how you like to vape, there should be a coil for this that helps you do it. My favorite was the ProC4.

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Joyetech CUBOID Tap Vape Kit Review

Today we’ll be taking a look at the Joyetech CUBOID Tap. The Tap features a bunch of interesting features, including touch-activated buttons and a pressure activated menu, meaning you can squeeze the entire device to do certain things. If that sounds a bit confusing, don’t worry because I’ll make sure to explain it fully below.

Review: Joyetech Cuboid Tap

Manufacturing Quality

The manufacturing quality of the CUBOID Tap is good, but it definitely seems like they packed a bunch of features into this just to see what people like and don’t like. Let’s go over the unique features now.

For starters, you have what they call ‘TAPTEC’ technology, which simply means that several of the buttons aren’t activated by clicking them. You just have to apply pressure, and then haptic feedback (vibration) lets you know when you’ve pressed hard enough. There is still a normal fire button that you have to click, but there is also a big taap area on the front that will also cause the device to fire. The up and down buttons also have this taptec functionality.

Like I mentioned in the intro to this review, the entire mod is also ‘pressure sensitive’. This means that you can squeeze the mod without ever pressing a button and it will register the number of times you squeeze it and do certain actions. For example, you can squeeze it three times when the device is on and that will lock and unlock the tap buttons.
Joyetech CUBOID Tap Color Selection

I can kind of see the value in some situations, but then there are others like squeezing it three times in power off condition. That allows you to set the TCR value. How is this a valuable feature? It certainly doesn’t make it more intuitive to use, at least in my mind.

Other things worth knowing are that this is powered by dual 18650s and that it has two amp micro USB charging.

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Flavor Quality

The mod itself works exactly like it should, so the flavor and vapor are really just dependant on the tank. We’ve talked about the ProCore Aries tank before, but we’ll do it again since it’s included in this kit.

The short version is that I really like the ProCore Aries. The coils for it work very well, and there are 5 different options that accommodate very different vaping styles. Two are included with this kit, the ProC1 and the ProC4. The ProC1 is a good all-around coil, but the ProC4 delivers better flavor without sacrificing vapor production.

Of the three additional styles you can buy, the two that jump out are the ProC1-S and the ProC3. The ProC1-S will allow you to do MTL vaping, while the ProC3 will deliver bigger clouds than any of the others.

Power Flexibility

The power flexibility on the CUBOID Tap is good. It will deliver up to 228 watts, and it also has temperature control modes for nickel, titanium, and stainless steel.

The temperature range is the standard 200-600F. There is also a TCR mode. The resistance range for the temp modes is 0.05-1.5ohm. For wattage mode, it’s 0.1-3.5ohm.

Ease of Use

Maybe it’s because I’m reviewing this after reviewing the CUBOID Pro, but I think this is a little complicated. The menu isn’t nearly as intuitive, and the combination of taps and squeezes just leaves me confused at times.

I’m not sure if you can tell, but I really don’t like the squeezing, at least not how it’s set up. The screen is at least fairly big and easy to read, but I’d still take the Pro over the Tap any day.

Portability

The portability of this is what you would expect for a dual 18650 vape. It’s no bigger than others like it, but it’s still not going to be a great choice for carrying around in your pocket. Obviously people still will, but you’ll know it’s there if you do.

One downside that I see with this is the potential for all the pressure and touch activated stuff to be accidently engaged when it’s not in use. If you get this, just be careful and keep the touch stuff locked if you have it in your pocket.

Overall Experience

I’m not a big fan of the Joyetech CUBOID Tap.

There are a lot of new features, but I’m not sure how useful any of them really are. They’re certainly interesting, but I never felt like doing things was easier because of them.

I’ll be honest, I think my opinion is also being influenced by the fact that I just tried the CUBOID Pro. Where this has touch buttons and pressure sensitivity, the PRO has a full touch screen. Unlike the Tap, the Pro’s innovations actually made using the vape significantly easier. As I said in the review, it may be the easiest vape I’ve ever used that has as many settings as it does.

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Joyetech Cuboid Lite – It’s Cuboid Time

The Joyetech CUBOID Lite is a small 80W mod with a 3000mAh internal battery. It features a big screen with color display, but it doesn’t have a touch screen like the CUBOID Pro. The kit comes with the EXCEED D22 tank.

Review: CUBOID Lite

Joyetech Cuboid Lite with Book
Manufacturing Quality

As far as small, pocket-friendly mods go, I think that the CUBOID Lite is exceptionally well made.

For the most part, this has the same features as most other mods. The thing that sets it apart is the screen. While it isn’t a touchscreen like the CUBOID Pro, it is remarkably big considering the size of the device.

It’s also very bright and crisp, plus it displays in color. While this may not be necessary for the basic functionality required of a mod, I think that it makes the overall experience much more enjoyable. It certainly seems more modern considering we’re all used to the high resolution screens of our phones.

This has an internal battery with a 3000mAh capacity. This is a respectable battery size considering the size of the mod, and you also get 2A charging. If you are getting a mod with an internal battery, 2A charging is very important because it significantly cuts down on charge time compared to the standard 1A.

Joyetech Cuboid Lite Mod color selection

This also has a built-in sensor that will stop the charging if the batteries begin to overheat. This is another feature that is nice to have with an internal battery. You can actually turn this feature off, which I think is a little strange. I wouldn’t mess with this if I were you.

The button setup is nice. The main fire button is under a whole-side trigger, and the plus and minus buttons are under a bar at the bottom of the screen. They aren’t actually marked, you just press on the left for minus and the right for plus. The responsiveness of all the buttons is good.

While I really like the mod, I don’t like the EXCEED tank. It’s setup with two different airflow modes, one for mouth to lung (MTL) and one for direct lung (DL). There’s a separate coil for each. The MTL setup doesn’t work well. The DL setup works, but it’s extremely loud when you’re taking a draw. The connections for the different components are all threaded, but they don’t unscrew nicely.

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Flavor Quality

The CUBOID Lite mod would do a great job powering most tanks, but like I said above, I don’t like the EXCEED tank that this kit comes with.

It’s supposed to have a MTL setup, but it doesn’t give an authentic MTL draw. I would not get this tank if you like this type of draw. There are much better options out there.

As far as the direct lung setup goes, the vapor was good. I was able to get big clouds and flavorful vapor. The coil for this mode has a 0.5ohm resistance. As far as all this goes, it was enjoyable.

The problem is the noise. This may not directly affect the vapor quality, but I found it annoying. It certainly distracted me every time I took a draw, which means I wasn’t able to actually focus on enjoying the vapor.

Power Flexibility

The power flexibility of the CUBOID Lite is excellent. The mod can deliver up to 80W of power and has settings for temperature control. This includes the standard modes for stainless steel, nickel, and titanium coils, plus TCR settings.

The temperature range is 200F to 600F. It also has a bypass mode. The minimum resistance for the wattage and bypass modes is 0.1ohm. For the TC modes, it’s 0.05ohm.

This also has a cool safety feature that automatically adjusts the power if you accidentally try to use too much power with a high-resistance coil.

Cuboid Lite in black, pink, silver colers

Ease of Use

This is very easy to use. The big, clear screen makes navigating the menu much easier than it is with most mods.

The navigation really isn’t any different than it is with other recent Joyetech mods, so if you’ve used any you’ll be able to pick this up and start using it immediately.

If you haven’t, it should only take a few minutes to get the hang of using.

Portability

The portability of this is excellent. The dimensions are 67mm x 41mm x 26mm, not including the tank. This is plenty small enough to carry in your pocket in my opinion.

The 3000mAh battery is also big enough to easily last you through at least a full day of vaping. The only mods that offer more portability are the ones that have the tank built in or recessed beside the battery.
Cuboid Lite front and profile view

Overall Experience

I really like the CUBOID Lite. I don’t like the EXCEED tank at all.

I’m not even going to bother saying much more about the tank. I don’t think it’s built well, and I highly recommend just getting the mod if you like the CUBOID Lite.

As far as the mod goes, I think it is one of the best mods on the market in the 75-80W range. The combination of the big, colorful screen and the 3000mAh battery is really nice. It has all the settings that you could possibly want as well, but it still manages to be just as small as the Pico.

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