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The newest member of Joyetech’s popular CUBOID family is here - combining the versatility that comes with 200 watts (right out of the box, no firmware update necessary) along with the durability, dependability, and value that many vapers have come to expect from our pals over at Joyetech. The CUBOID 200, cloud-chucking powerhouse that it is, also offers an impressive amount of options and flexibility. With VT/VW/TCR modes, preheat/custom logo functions, and upgradeable firmware, the CUBOID 200 has got both brains AND brawn. All of this is wrapped up quite handsomely in an ergonomic, silky-sleek zinc alloy shell with curves in all the right places (available in three finishes) and a top-mounted 0.96-inch OLED display that features individual battery status for each of three 18650 batteries used (batteries not included).
- Size: 22.00mm*63.00mm*99.00mm
- Colors: Silver, Grey, Black
- Output mode: VW/VT (Ni, Ti, SS316)/TCR mode
- Output range: 1-200W
- Resistance range: 0.05-1.5ohm under VT/TCR mode
- 0.1-3.5ohm under VW mode
- Temperature control: 100-315°C/ 200-600°F
- Recommend Batteries: high-drain 18650 (CDC > 25A)
What's in the Box:
- 1x Cubiod 200 (Batteries not included)
- 1x USB Cable
- 1x User's Manual
- 1x Warranty Card
- 1x Warning Card
Whoever wrote the code for this should find another line of work
Posted by RayBone on Jul 8th 2017
Because coding is not there cup of tea My only beef is the coder made it way to sensitive I gave up on trying to use it in temp mode because the program that regulates the freaking thing thinks you are lying to it when you tell it you are using Titanium or any of the other metals you can use in temp mode you might be able to get it to work for a day or two but soon it will go into power mode and the only way to get it to stay in temp mode is to take your RDA and try and tighten the coils even more but be careful to not strip or break the screw head off. So I gave up on trying to use the better types of metals and not I only run it in smart mode FYI the 150w and the 200w are the same you go to joyetech and download the firmware to upgrade the 150 to a 200w mod. I've been looking for a new mod might by one of the smok not sure yet because even though I gave this one a bad review I still use it everyday and as long as I only use power or smart mode it works great.
Posted by alex vasilik on Jun 30th 2017
died after 3 days of heavy use. must have shorted or something. killed all three of my batteries and wouldn't work after that
Poor battery holding system
Posted by Jarrett on Jun 28th 2017
The batteries go in on the bottom and the plate is removable and there's two little pieces that hold it in and mine broke deeming the mod useless. It worked good until that happened. Do not buy this mod. It's giving me so many problems. Save your money and get something a little better.
Cuboid 200 nightmare
Posted by Unknown on Jun 21st 2017
Got a friend into vaping and helped him to buy everything from vape wild, after few weeks using the product the mod started functioning terribly!
1. The battery reading start to disappear in the screen occasionally
2. After firing the device and let go of the fire button, the crazy mid decide to keep firing. Had to remove battery to stop the device.
3. After switching the mod off, it has mind of its own and decides only to switch back on some times....
4. Contacted vape wild and response was: VW only sells joyetech product and we do not have good relation with them like we do with smok so you have to contact joyetech yourself....
I will not recommend this mod to anyone! I think my story explained why......
Posted by Unknown on May 19th 2017
I find it to be more temperamental then the Cuboid 150. (Although the 150 has issues of its own.) It charged the first time with brand new batteries from the laptop. Then it would not charge from the laptop or a wall plug in again. I purchased a battery charger. It worked great with the batteries fresh from the charger the first time, while I was charging another set. When the second set of batteries were placed in it, the Cuboid 200 starting having issues. Check Battery, ect. Took batteries out, switched them around several times. Suddenly it started working again. I have the first set ready to be placed as soon as the current set is drained. Hoping I don’t have the same hour long trouble shooting session with the 200 again.
Would NOT recommend.
Posted by Jerry Laricchiuta on May 5th 2017
The placement of the wattage buttons along with the screen, sets you up for failure if you're using a bottom airflow tank. If juice drips out of your tank/rda, it will get sucked right into the buttons rendering them inoperable. Nearly any other mod would be a better pick. Mine stopped working day 2. I'm an avid vaper, this was no rookie mistake.
Posted by Bryan on Jan 28th 2017
This is one of my favorite mods. For a 3 battery mod, it actually fits comfortably in a pocket. This is not really a con but just know that it has a 22mm diameter, so larger atomizers like the cloud beast will have overhang, but to take care of that problem Joyetech included a silicone sleeve that takes away the appearance of the overhang.