Product Review: Joyetech eVic VTC Mini 75W


I received the unit pictured above some time ago for review. Okay maybe not some time ago, this review is long overdue. So let me give you my thoughts and honest opinion on the eVic VTC Mini.

This is a pretty popular unit and if you haven’t got one yet, I suggest you get one. It’s a reliable, on-the-go vape which I love to use when I’m out of the house.


Price – The price is a winner! This is a 75 watt mini mod with temperature control that can fire Nichrome and Titanium coils, and it’s currently priced at only $35 at GearBest!

Build – It has a nice solid feel to it. It’s light, but not in a flimsy kind of way. The 2 magnet door gives you easy access to your battery, but also keeps it shut nice and secure.


Display – The display is big and crisp. No sun glare when I use it outdoors here in sunny Los Angeles.

Design – I like the simple yet appealing design of the eVic VTC Mini. It’s almost the perfect size for a mini mod.

Performance – My experience with single 18650 temperature control mod is they go through batteries like a fat kid goes through cake. I was actually surprised at how well my battery lasted with the eVic, much better than my previous single 18650 TC mods like the Tesla.

It also fires strong and quickly compared to other mods I had. But wait, there’s more! The evic Mini can be upgraded to 75 watts! I did it and it took me less than 2 minutes to figure it out and get it done.

So yes, I would definitely get this $35 mod if I were you. For $35, that’s a lot of bang for your buck. I also like the Turquoise color, it makes it stand out when paired with my other mods.

Thanks again to Krystal and GearBest for this wonderful mod! Yes, and I haven’t forgot about the Billow RDA so that one is coming up next.


Author: Mr. Long Drag

Former smoker turned vaper since 2013. I blog about questions that I and others might have about vaping. All I can say is it's a better alternative to cigarettes, nicotine gum, patches or medication, no matter what the Big Tobacco backed media says!

2 thoughts on “Product Review: Joyetech eVic VTC Mini 75W”

  1. Hey bro, can u explain how does bypass mode work? i understand that in bypass mode is like mech mod, where your watt is depend on your ohm and battery volt. so can you get 100watt in bypass mode? or just the maximum device watt which is 75watt?

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