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#1 (permalink)      6/16/2016 5:36:36 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Usb socket came out with the usb cable
After less then 2 weeks of usage when i pulled out the usb cable after charging the units usb-socket came with the cable. This is extremely disappointing. Anyone else?
#2 (permalink)      6/16/2016 6:18:20 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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You got what You paid for.

Sorry to hear that it broke, but anyway: for $27 pricetag don't expect to have $100+ device. If it still vapes, use it without USB charging/upgrade.
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#3 (permalink)      6/16/2016 6:31:01 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I'd just do without. This device gets very hot when charging batteries anyway. You could take it apart and try to re-solder it to the board.
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This is one of the few mods that I have that I don't even have to remove the silicone cover to change a battery. It is extremely easy to just change the battery for a fresh one! I will save my usb port for updates on the ones I own!
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mine did the same thing. I'm just getting the run around with the ticket system. I'm going to replace it with another from a different seller.
#6 (permalink)      6/16/2016 7:21:47 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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I'm going to replace it with another from a different seller.



same everywhere
i have a couple from different places
and wrote here as soon as i got my first
beware of what you buy
it's a great little device for $20 odd dollars
but dont expect it to last long

(*~*) Was bored to death.. RIP :)
#7 (permalink)      6/16/2016 7:22:31 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Well.. I do not own a battery charger since the one i had got really hot and stopped working a few months ago. Im thinking of buying a new one but i anyways dont think i should be ok with a "quality" mod breaking and loose one of it's most vital functions after just 10 days usage. I have some older isticks with fixed batteries and other mods with usb port and all of them still have a functioning usb-port. Its easy to be disappointed when something you thought was great and waited a month for broke more or less when you got it.
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I sticks aren't a "quality" mod. The highest quality cheap mod is the evic vtc mini. I've beat those to hell and they are still working. This pico is fun but cheap. Both of my istick mods feel cheap next to the Evic.

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The two earlier isticks 20/30w i own still works fine even if their built in battery is worn out. But i will buy something more expensive next time. Im thinking of buying something from kanger or joytech. I do not need 200w, anything 60+ watts is ok for me. Any advice?
#10 (permalink)      6/16/2016 8:06:26 PM US Central   quote/reply + tips
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Try innokin. They're well built products.

"You get what you pay for". What an ignorant thing to say. With that "logic" I suppose a pico buyer should be happy if it arrives in a working condition. Bullshit. I've had mine for a few weeks now, guess I better not look at it funny or it'll break and then it will be my fault for buying it in the first place.
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Cuboid 150w bestest mod I own.