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Joyetech ESPION Infinite with ProCore Conquer
What’s included?
1   ESPION Infinite
2   AVB 21700 battery (optional)
1   ProCore Conquer atomizer
1   ProCA (0.4ohm) head
1   ProCD (0.15ohm) head
2   18650 battery sleeve
1   QC USB cable
2   Manual
1   Warranty card
2   Warning card
Spare parts

2 *Size: 49.5mm(L) X 33.0mm(W) X 140.50mm(H)
1.95”(L) X 1.3” (W) X 5.5” (H)
Screen type: 0.96 inch TFT color screen
Screen resolution: 80 X 160 dpi
Output wattage: 1-230W
Output mode: Power/RTC/TC(Ni, Ti, SS316)/TCR(M1, M2, M3) modes
Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm for TC/TCR mode
0.05-3.5ohm for Power mode
Temperature range: 100-315°C/ 200-600°F
Battery using: 2 X high rate 21700/18650 cells (CDR 25A)
Max charging current: 2.0A
Max output current: 50A
Max output voltage: 9V Manual
1 * Warranty card
2 * Warning card
Spare parts
Joyetech continues the Espion lineup with the Joyetech Espion Infinite  A pretty cool classic “Tron / Tempest  video game look If you are under the age of 40 you may not get that reference. Mine came in the blue which is close to a cobalt blue with matching conquer bulge tank. That has a capacity of 5.5ML
My first thoughts were this sucker is heavy after a month of using the Espion Solo. Unfortunately I do not currently have a scale but weight wise it feels comparable to the old Smok XCube but the Infinite is a 230W  Dual 21700 mode that is capable of using 2) 18650 with the provided adapters. The good news is it is compact for being a dual 21700 battery mod & is not as bad as I thought it would be for a daily driver device. The lights are a neat feature but it makes the display look small. For my first downer is the screen material. It a flexible plastic imo it feels a little cheap compared to the rest of the device. I don’t think this will be very scratch resistant & I can feel a ripple or pop when I run my finger down the screen but I get it glass would be expensive with the cuts the display has. The menu system like other Espion’s is easy to navigate & is pretty much the same as the original Espion with added functions (ex. Light modes) the menu (+/- ) buttons have been moved to the top of the device which I think is a much better placement than on the front. It is a very flush centered 510. I have tried many tanks & rda’s & all sat flush with no gap on any of them.  It fires the new Conquer very fast almost instant response. This makes the experience with the ProCore mesh coil a pleasant one. The Conquer has probably the most airflow out of the Procore tanks & like the Procore Air it is a slide top for easy filling. A note of caution you will want to remove the Drip tip when filling when using some big bottles (You may not get the proper angle & will not fill properly) the Conquer with the Procore CD mesh coil sends decent vapor production with great flavor & seems to have respectable life (2 weeks so far) Speaking of life, Battery life is amazing. Even though I do not vape as much as I used to I still go through roughly 20 ml per day & when using the 21700 set I can go at least 3 days before charging. The Infinite is capable of 2Amp charging as well. I always liked the idea of reverse charging but my style of vaping with 18650 devices it was not practical. Now I wish this one had it!
My Pros:
Battery life
Ease of navigation
Conquer tank & CD mesh coil
2 Amp charging (A must with these batteries)

My Cons:
Screen material
Conquer filling (using big flat top bottles need to remove drip tip)
Heavy device (have to mention until 20700 / 21700 mods become more the Norm)

All & all this is another great addition to the Espion lineup & have been very pleased with it using as my daily driver for 2 weeks now

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