Vision Spinner Ego battery ( 3.3V-4.8V VV style )

Good Monday fellow Vaper’s and soon to be Vaper’s,

I hope to make this a great Monday for everyone. I have decided to move my reviews to Monday so that it will give me something to look forward to writing and I hope that it will give you something to look forward to reading. Today I bring to you a triple threat of posts, I am going to cover Vision Spinner (all sizes) , the Innokin iClear 30s, and a special report on what the ohms on your coils really means. So without further ado or delay I present to you the

Vision Spinner
by
Vision High-Technology Co., Ltd of China

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First Look:

I was interested in giving this variable volt PV a shot because of its appearance, its small size and its simple mechanical voltage adjustment. The first thing that grabbed my attention was the choice of colors and battery sizes. Since I am a heavy user I naturally opted for the largest battery that comes in at an advertised 1300mAh. Upon getting my new toy to the house I did what every good vaper does, I put it on the charger, NOT, I attached one of my low ohm, single coil tanks with my now favorite liquid, “The Dew”, turned the dial to the lowest setting (3.3V), hit the button, and took a nice long drag. The flavor came in nice and smooth, I did not get any burned taste and I got a nice think vape. So I decided to take it up a notch and I put on my glass tank with a higher ohm coil and I turned the Spinner up to its highest setting (4.8V), once again I was greeted by a nice thick, smooth, warm vape that did not have a burnt taste to it. I continued to play with my new Spinner for about two hours before I finally killed the battery, it went a pretty quick since I was using a high ohm coil with the volts maxed out, so I decided I would put it on the charger for the night and I would continue my evaluation tomorrow.

Long Term:

Well the week came to an end with the Vision Spinner and for the most part I was happy with it. I tested the actual battery after a full charge and it only came in at about 1220 mAh, not a big deal all things considered. The major issue I had during the week was that the cap where the 510 thread is started sliding out when I would take off my tank or take it off the charger, I fixed this fairly easily by putting a single dab of super glue on the inside of the cap where it touches the casing but on the opposite side of the activation button, that way I did not glue the button in place, 20 minutes later and the problem was resolved. The next issue was battery life, I am a heavy user so this little PV does not have a large enough battery to make it even half way through my day. This PV also lacks pass through charging or swappable batteries so it has to be screwed into the charger and left to charge, so you may want to own two of these. My wife is a light user so during the week it normally makes it until bed time before she has to charge it and on the weekend it lasts until dinner time. I never ran into any technical problems with this device, except for the slipping cap, so as I said earlier, I am pretty happy with this PV.

Final Look:

For a light use that wants a little more control over their vaping this is a great buy. If you are a heavy user this may not be the best choice for you unless you want to keep this at the office so you don’t have to carry your VAMO V5 around with you all day. I give the Vision Spinner high marks for its ease of use, style and its male and female 510 connector that makes it fit almost all your tanks. I would not recommend putting a dual coil tank on this, it will burn out your battery pretty fast and may damage your Spinner. This is also a great buy for someone that is just starting the vaping lifestyle, just make sure you read my upcoming article on coils so you don’t damage your PV or your coils.

Pros:

Small and light weight
7 Different colors to choose (check with Wood Creek to find out what they have in stock)
Different battery sizes (400, 650, 900, 1100 and 1300mAh available)
Inexpensive Great starter or second PV
Easy to use mechanical voltage selector (that’s why it’s called the Spinner)
Large easy to use on, off, activation button
Accepts male and female 510 thread tanks
Short-Circuit and Over Charge Protection
Rapid charging

Cons:

Battery wears out very quickly
Upper cap comes loose and pops out after a little use (easily fixed with a little glue)
Large button hooks onto things and can cause it to activate accidentally
Does not always turn off or on after the five clicks required
Turns off at random times when using
Issues with battery low warning

Overall:

I would recommend this to any of my friends that are new to vaping and need their first PV. I would recommend it to someone that is looking for a small travel PV. I would not recommend this as a mainstay PV unless it is for a casual vaper that only vapes a few times a day. It is an outstanding Battery/PV but it is not something to write home to your parents about. If you are new to vaping and you are just wanting to try it out to see if you like it, this is the PV for you.   Please feel free to comment and let me know your thoughts and feelings. If you want me to tell a little more or little less about a product in my ratings please let me know. I appreciate all productive comments and ideas.

Vision Spinner Specs:

400Mah, 650Mah, 900Mah, 1100Mah, 1300Mah available.
7 colors available (Rubber Paint style)
Five click off protection
Short-circuit protection / Overcharging Protection
Spin to change Voltage 3.3V-4.8V
Approx. dimensions: 4.45 in. x 0.66 in.
510 Thread (male and female)
Lockable
Atomizer Protection Cutoff Timer

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