JellyBox 228W Kit Review

jellybox 228w kit

Whether you are looking for a new pod system to add to your collection, or are looking for something with a little bit more power, the Jellybox 228W Kit is a great option. It can accommodate two different batteries, comes with six LED lights, and is a Pod/tank hybrid. It also has a Type C USB port, as well as a 2A charge rate.

Pod/tank hybrid

Powered by two 18650 batteries, the Rincoe JellyBox 228W is a durable electronic cigarette kit. It offers impressive max power of 228W and features multiple safety functions like reverse battery protection and short circuit protection. It is also equipped with a nice battery door and a transparent PC cover.

The JellyBox also boasts of a few kilowatts of power in the form of six LED lights. The screen is large and the display is clear and readable. Interestingly, the screen is only visible when the batteries are in place. The mod is located in the bottom layer.

The Jellytank, on the other hand, boasts of a clear 4.8mL capacity, a mesh coil of 0.3ohm, and a stainless steel base. It also comes with two other components, namely, a threaded 510 connector and a proprietary drip tip.

Fortunately, the JellyTank isn’t hard to fill. It is also capable of storing 4.8mL of vape juice, and the e-liquid can be changed as and when required. It also has an adjustable translucent design and a narrow slot on its threaded base.

Lastly, the Jellytank boasts of six LED lights. The JellyBox also has a couple of other minor features. The TC and VW modes are a breeze to use, and the e-liquid can be easily changed as and when required. It is also easy to charge, thanks to the built-in Type-C port.

All in all, the JellyBox 228W has it all. Aside from a high power output, it also boasts of a snazzy design, multiple safety functions, and a large screen. It is not difficult to see why it is one of the best electronic cigarettes on the market.

Dual battery version

Featuring a clear PC cover, the Rincoe JellyBox 228W Kit is a compact dual battery device with a rounded edge and six LED lights. It also adopts multiple protections, including short circuit protection and low voltage protection. The JellyBox kit is powered by two 18650 batteries.

The JellyBox 228W Kit features a clear PC cover and a durable zinc alloy frame. The atomizer is detachable and can be refilled. It is also equipped with a 4.8mL juice capacity. The device can fire up to 228W.

The JellyBox has six LED lights, which match the colour of the full-color UI. The menu is vertically oriented and provides users with information on current voltage, atomizer resistance, last puff time, and battery capacity. It also allows users to select from six LED colour options.

The Rincoe JellyBox 228W Starter Kit is powered by two 18650 batteries. It has a large screen that provides clear readouts. It also features a 10s cut-off, short circuit protection, low voltage protection, and overheating protection.

Rincoe JellyBox kits are assembled with durable zinc alloy frame. They are also designed with a transparent polycarbonate body.

The JellyBox Kit features a mesh 0.15ohm coil inside. It also has a 4.8mL juice capacity and supports VW/ TC modes.

The Rincoe JellyBox Mod is also powered by two 18650 batteries. It is constructed from zinc alloy and PCTG plastic. It features six LED lights, which can be changed to match the colour of the full-color graphical user interface. The screen can be charged with a type-C charging cable.

The JellyBox kit comes with a JellyTank sub-ohm atomizer that is detachable. The atomizer holds 0.15ohm/0.3ohm cross-area circles and maintains a 4.8mL juice capacity.

6 LEDs

Designed for sub ohm enthusiasts, the Rincoe JellyBox is a tad larger than its diminutive sibling, the Jellybox Mini, but offers a similar power to wattage output ratio. It uses a pair of 18650 batteries, which can be easily recharged with the Type-C charging port.

The JellyBox features a full TC suite, a 4.8mL juice capacity, and a transparent PC cover. It also uses an intelligent chipset to deliver a plethora of sub ohm experience, with 100-315deg adjustable temperature and 6 LEDs in the jellybox.

The JellyBox boasts a full-color touchscreen. The UI is quite informative, with several battery bars, a puff timer, and a full-color display that matches the color of the LEDs.

The JellyBox also has a transparent front panel, making it the first device in its class to do so. The LEDs on the front and back shine through the transparent panel, offering a dazzling light show when the device is firing.

Besides being one of the cheapest vape box kits available, the JellyBox also boasts a few other high-tech features. It also uses a dual 18650 battery and supports both VW and TC modes, meaning it will fire out 228W of maximum output. It also has a small and slick looking design that is easy on the eyes.

The JellyBox 228W kit also features a 4.8mL capacity Jellytank and a bottom refill system. It also uses a transparent PC cover and a Type-C charging port, meaning you can charge your batteries without having to remove the mod from your mod case. It even comes with a 90-day warranty. Despite the budget price, the JellyBox 228W kit delivers a solid feel, an impressive wattage output, and a slick look.

Type C USB and a 2A charge rate

Using the USB-C port on your mobile device is a great way to charge your device. Several phone makers have included the feature on their USB-C devices. This means that you can recharge your device a lot faster.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has a USB-C port and supports a 2A charge rate. This means that you can recharge your device in just 30 minutes. However, the Note 7 doesn’t have Curves or Variable Voltage.

Using USB-C to charge your device is a big pro. This is because a lot of devices on the market today use the older USB-A standard. This means that you have to use a charger that is compatible with this standard. Many chargers are not, however. The USB-C standard is open, meaning that you can use an open source charger if you don’t have a dedicated charger.

Another great feature is the USB Type C port. Unlike the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, you don’t have to worry about the battery door rattle. This device has a transparent PC cover, which makes it easy to see how your device is charging.

The JellyBox comes in a kit form as well, which means you can choose between the dual 18650 device or the single 21700 device. The chipset is advanced enough to handle a maximum output of 228W. You can also customize the display.

It is possible to use 6 in-built LED lights. The lights can be turned on or off and you can also customize the color of the lights. You can use the navigational buttons to scroll through the different settings.

The JellyBox uses an advanced chipset to ensure safety and reliability. It is powered by dual high-rate 18650 batteries. This means that you can use the device for a long time.

Instructions for filling

Using a Jellybox 228W Kit is a fun experience, as the device has an intelligent chipset. This makes it possible for it to be operated on two 18650 batteries, and to produce an impressive 228W maximum power output. The mod is also fitted with six LED lights, and comes with a Jellytank to give you a high-tech experience.

The JellyBox 228W Kit has a large, clear screen. It also has a nice battery door. This door is not rattled with the batteries installed, and it can be opened and closed without having to play around with them.

The device is made from a zinc alloy frame, with a transparent PC cover. It is powered by two 18650 batteries, and features a variable wattage mode. It also comes with a Jellytank that can be filled with juice. It holds 0.15ohm mesh coils, and has a capacity of 4.8ml.

The JellyBox 228W kit comes with a Jellytank, a 228W box mod, and a user manual. It’s also fitted with a Type-C charging cable, which is a cool feature.

There’s also a temperature control function, which allows users to control their vape’s temperature. There’s also a variable wattage mode, which enables users to choose from a range of 1w increments to 228w. The device also comes with six LED lights, and the battery door can be opened without having to play around with the batteries.

It is also worth mentioning that the JellyBox 228W Kit is very budget friendly. It’s only £32.99, and includes a certificate and user manual. It also features an intelligent chipset and a low voltage protection. It’s also fitted with a type-C charging cable, which makes it easy to charge it.