The Joyetech Cuboid takes everything great about the VTC Mini, bumps it to 150 watts, and ends up being just OK.
The Reddit hype got me on this one. I hadn’t heard of the Cuboid until a day before my pre-ordered KBOX120 shipped. After previously receiving the VTC Mini it quickly moved to my daily carry and changed my perception of Joyetech. So after reading all the hype and eyeing it for a few days I did what anyone with a few extra dollars in their account would do. I bought it, under the guise that I would sell the lesser mod of the two.
Even after over a month of using the Cuboid I am still a bit torn on my feelings for it. It’s not a bad mod by any means but it depends on what you want out of it. If you’re looking for proven temperature control ability out of a dual battery mod with 100+ watts, I say go for it as you can’t beat the price. If you’re looking for a mod that follows you everywhere, you’ll have to weigh the pros and cons for yourself. I found myself with another bulky, albeit well functioning, mod that I just leave at home. While I found myself getting used to the size and weight around the house, when I put it in my pocket to leave it still reminded me that I have more portable mods to make my journey more comfortable. That coupled with the 510 issues leave me feeling that I really want to like the mod, but I’m never really excited about using it. I love the chip and interface but the rest of the mod is just OK.