iStick Pico

iStick Pico

Initially, when this little beauty came along we had issues with the tank leaking and it received a bit of a bad rep. Five more batches deep and I am really happy with the way Eleaf have ironed out the kinks. No more leaks and another coil option.

So there are a few things I really like about the Pico. This first is its size and aesthetic and how much punch it packs for it’s relatively compact size. Of all the colours I find it hard to choose between the black on black (although that would increase the likelihood of losing it during shenanigans) and the bright and beautiful pink (I even have a lipstick that matches perfectly).

Many of the reasonably priced starter kits with omph on the market with a variable battery have a heap more battery power than the atomiser can handle. I really like the fact that you can make full use of this battery and crank it up to its 75 watts with the EC head 0.18 coils. Is it is not recommended to go above 60 watts with the 0.3 and 0.5ohm coils if you are using max vg juice like our range.

The Pico takes an external 18650 battery we usually recommend the Samsung 25R to go with it. This is a fantastic advantage as it means you can get more than one battery and keep a fully charged one on hand incase you run out on the go then you can swap them out. Make sure you store your spare 18650 safely in a wee box or silicon case, the wrong kinds of explosions happen when you leave them in your spare change pocket or with other metal things.

The Pico is a 2ml top fill tank for ease of use and it comes with a 0.3ohm and 0.5ohm coil in the box. It has multiple functions that are clearly displayed along with battery life on its LED screen though if I’m honest most people I know never use the temperature control option.

I find this tank really reliable now and have only had good feedback from the many customers I have sold it to. When I cheekily borrow a tester for the night so I have the ease of a tank its always the Pico I grab.


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