Today we’re looking at the Espion Infinite kit from Joyetech, which pairs the Infinite mod with the ProCore Conquer sub tank.
The Infinite has a glossy finish, except for the brushed metal that covers the top, bottom and firing button. The screen is a 0.96 in.TFT color screen, with several options to change the display colors, similar to the original Espion. It also has the option to change the lighting design around the screen. The centered 510 connectors can handle tanks up to 30mm and has been much smoother than the 510 connector on the original as well. It can handle lengths ranging from 4-5.5mm. It has a similar style firing button to the original Espion, although here it seems to protrude just a tiny bit more.
The fire button can be found on the side, taking up approximately half of the length, which is easy to find and very responsive. The up and down buttons are located on the top of the mod right next to the tank thread, which is located in the center so has a good balance when vaping. On the back is the USB port to perform firmware updates or recharge the batteries. The bottom of the mod has the door to get to the batteries, you can open this by sliding to one side and opening with the spring loaded hinges. You will also find a few venting holes on the door should your batteries need them.
The Espion Infinite mod is using the 3 button clicks of the fire button to enter the menu area, here you can enter the mode, settings, and LED menus. Within the mode menu, you can adjust it from power or wattage mode to temperature control mode. Each time you use the up and down buttons on top of the mod to move the cursor or adjust the settings and the fire button to confirm.
About the ProCore Conquer sub tank, it really seems like a revamped ProCore Air with a larger capacity to me. The ProCore Conquer has a slightly larger airflow than the Air, making the airflow very airy, almost turbulent at times depending on the coil used. It has a knurled body to it, which I’m sure many people like, but I have found it catches on whatever I try to clean it with. The Conquer also has a new 5.5ml bulging glass tank, for less time between fill-ups. You get a couple of coil heads with the kit, including the ProCA (0.4ohm) coil which is their original head and best vaped around 55-65 Watts and the ProCD (0.15ohm) coil which is their new mesh coil made of a reticular coil (Kanthal) again best vaped around 55-65 Watts.
Secondly is about the kit’s performance. We have the mesh ProCD coils in the tank and have the wattage set to 60W. We get a smooth airflow and you can get a real deep flavor coming from your e-juice. The airflow is so good on this tank we are actually closing it halfway, which is unheard of. The ramp up time on the mod seems to be really good with the Procore tank, but if you’re buying the mod with use on an RDA then expect this to be a little slower. The mod has really been designed for sub ohm tanks we believe. Any coil needing over 100Watts may cause some slight performance issues.
In general, I think the kit is fantastic. I love the way it fires. The button has a deeper, more satisfying click than the original as it protrudes just a tad bit more. I pretty much love everything about this mod. It is a beefy, sexy mod, and will probably deserve any attention that it gets from passersby. I do however have a few little things that I wish were different with the Espion Infinite.
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