Unlike most other mod and tank kits, VaporFi gives the consumer a choice between three tanks to pair with the VOX 60 TC mod. The three tanks available as part of what VaporFi is calling the VOX 60 TC Starter Kit are the vBit RDA, the Volt Hybrid Tank (which Seven Report reviewed here), and the new vSix Tank.
VaporFi sent the vSix Tank version of the VOX 60 TC Starter Kit for Seven Report to review. Since VaporFi offers both components that make up the starter kit individually as well as part of the kit, I’ll focus on both the mod and the tank in this First Look. Then, after I’ve used each, the VOX 60 TC and the vSix Tank, extensively, I’ll do an individual in-depth review on each. If you follow Seven Report on Twitter or Facebook you’ll find out that way when those reviews are live.
VOX 60 TC Mod
The VaporFi VOX 60 TC is variable wattage, temperature control device. It has a wattage range of 7 – 60 watts in 0.5 watt increments. Its temperature range is 200° – 600°F with changes in 10° increments and 100° – 300°C with changes in 5° increments. It’s capable of firing standard coils with a resistance of 0.1 – 3.5 ohm and Nickel 200 and Titanium coils with a resistance of .05 – 1.0 ohm.
An internal 2600 mAh dual Li-Po battery powers the VOX 60 TC and is rechargeable via the micro USB port on the bottom of the mod with the included charging cable. The fire button is flush and is located on the front of the device, just above the digital OLED screen. The “+” and “-” buttons are on top of the VOX 60 TC, in front of the spring loaded 510 connector.
Five quick clicks of the fire button turns the VOX 60 TC on or off. Attach a tank with a standard coil to the mod and you’re ready to vape. Simply use the “+” and “-” buttons to adjust the wattage to your preferred output, hit the fire button and you’re vaping.
When you put a tank with a temperature control coil on the VOX 60 TC the display will ask you to choose the type of wire in the coil, Nickel 200 or Titanium. Once you’ve selected the type of wire in your coil you’ll be asked if the coil is new or old, meaning, has this coil been used on the VOX 60 TC before. VaporFi recommends that the coil is at room temperature when you first attach it to the mod.
You can lock or unlock the VOX 60 TC by pressing the fire button three times within two seconds. You can also lock and unlock your settings by pressing the “-” and fire buttons simultaneously. To access the temperature control menu you have to first lock the VOX 60 TC. Then press both the “+” and “-” buttons at the same time. You’ll then be able to adjust the temperature setting. To switch Fahrenheit and Celsius you need to scroll through one scale to get to the other. Before you’ll be able to fire the mod in temperature control mode you’ll to unlock it by pressing the fire button three times.
In temperature control mode the OLED will show battery level, resistance of the attached coil, your selected temperature setting and wattage. In variable wattage mode the display shows the battery level, resistance of the attached coil, “OFF” to show that you’re in wattage mode, and your selected wattage.
VIDEO CLARIFICATION: When switching between a temperature control coil and a standard coil you may need to reset the VOX 60 TC to enable to OLED to properly display the resistance of the attached coil and wattage down to the decimal point. To reset the mod remove the tank and hit the fire button. Then reattach the tank. I neglected to do this during the shooting of the video.
The VOX 60 TC is compact and comes with all of the standard safety features. It’s available in black or silver.
The VaporFi vSix tank is top filling with an ejuice capacity of 6 ml. It has both adjustable airflow and adjustable ejuice flow. VaporFi packages the vSix Tank with three coils; a 0.5 ohm coil installed with a suggested range of 10 – 35 watts, a 0.25 ohm dual coil with a wattage range of 10 – 50 watts and a 0.25 ohm Nickel 200 coil with a suggested range of 10 – 60 watts or up to 450° F.
To fill the vSix Tank simply unscrew the top of the tank and insert your dripper or ejuice bottle in one of the ejuice fill ports. Then replace the top of the tank. Allow the coil to fully saturate with ejuice before vaping.
To adjust ejuice flow twist the top base of the tank, directly below the removable top of the tank. VaporFi recommends closing the ejuice flow while filling the tank. The airflow control ports, there are two of them, are adjustable by twisting the base of the tank. To swap the coil unscrew the bottom most portion of the base of the tank.
I filled the vSix Tank with Strawberry Milk Cake from Vapes Gone Wild and allowed the coil to saturate and attached it to the VOX 60 TC. With the mod set at 25 watts and both the airflow and ejuice ports wide open started vaping. The vapor output was really good for 25 watts, a little on the cool side, and the flavor was rich.
I took the wattage up to 30 and the vapor was a little warmer and the flavor a little bolder. Then I adjusted the airflow to half open and the tank got a little quieter and the vapor was a tad warmer.
My first experience with the VaporFi VOX 60 TC Starter Kit was very satisfactory, more than satisfactory. I’m looking forward to using both components, the VOX 60 TC mod and the vSix Tank extensively and posting an in-depth review on each.
Get more information on and order the VOX 60 TC Starter Kit from VaporFi.