Friday, August 9, 2013

Maya iFill Review

Aug 10, 2013 by 

Maya iFill

Maya
Keira Hartley-Barnes
Several Days ago I received a little package in the mail from Spinfuel eMagazine South. Inside was something called the “iFill”, along with a 15ML bottle of e-Liquid (Mango) made by the same company that made the iFill, Maya Electronic Smoke. I was asked to review it and after spending 4 or 5 days with it I present the review below. I hope you enjoy it. – KHB
Maya Electronic Smoke is an e-Cigarette brand out of California. They make a cig-a-like product and the iFill, along with several ‘flavors’ of e-Liquid. I did not receive their cig-a-like product so I cannot speak to the quality of that segment of the company, but I did get the chance to enjoy their iFill product and one flavor of the e-Liquid, Mango
The iFill
The Maya iFill is a 650mAh eGo-style battery, right down to the 5-click on/off activator button. Other than the soft and smooth texture of the battery itself it is identical to the vast majority of eGo batteries on the market. Had it not been for the iFill logo on the battery it would be very difficult to distinguish the iFill battery from a Halo Triton battery. Well, almost anyway. The iFill battery is just a tiny bit lighter (by feel) than the Halo Triton.Maya Electronic Smoke iFill Review by Spinfuel eMagazine
It is so close to the Halo Triton that the clearomizer that comes with it works on both the iFill battery and the Halo Triton battery, which means that the clearomizer is a basic T2-type clearo. There are no markings on the clearomizer so I cannot tell you if it’s a Kanger T2 or some other “clone”, but for all intent and purposes it looks identical to the clearomizers we use to buy early last year (it’s not a Halo Triton clearomizer) and performs like one, which is to say…pretty good.