The Envii Fitt e cig can be bought with pre-filled cartridges however I got my hands on just the device – which you can fill yourself.
This is another of those pod mods and the Fitt is powered by a decent 650mAH battery and features fast USB charging.
So they’re definitely a vape company with a decent pedigree so is it a good fit or a bad fit as a Mouth to Lung (MTL) device?
Let’s take a closer look.
As always my thoughts and opinions are may own.
Inside the Box
- Size: 75mm x 43mm x 20mm
- Battery: Built-in 650mAh
- Tank: 3.2ml (US Edition)/2ml (EU Edition)
Envii Fitt Specs
- 1x Envii FITT POD
- 1x Empty cartridge
- 1x USB Cable
- Only available in black
Envii Fitt Quick Start Guide
- X5 clicks on and off – red off – green on
- Fill cartridge 75% full to avoid overspill – AVOID centre hole!
- Snap the coil into the base of the cartridge
- Leave to sit for 10 minutes to allow cotton to become soaked
- Pop on the mouthpiece
- Snap on the side panel
Buttons and Lights
- Change from draw to fire button x3 to switch – blue light = button – purple = puff mode
- X4 clicks to enter stealth mode.
- Multiple white flashes means coil not detected.
- X5 cyan flashes means device needs to cool and shuts down – happens after 6 second draw.
Given this is the kit only – the cartridge is empty and ready for you to fill.
It’s got a built in 650mAH battery that charges pretty fast – I went from completely flat to full charge in a little over an hour.
Unlike other pod mods the Envii Fitt can be vaped using the puff sensor [activated when you draw on it] or indeed using the button – this option can be changed via the fire button [see above].
And that really is about it – about as easy as it gets – well sort of but I’ll deal with that later.
Design and Build Quality
As you might expect from a slightly high end company like Envii the build quality is very good with everything fitting together nicely.
It feels nice in the hand and does have a good solid weight to it.
Design wise it’s kind of cool and stealthy reminding me somewhat of one of those armoured beetles.
I do like the grippy rubber type inlays they certainly help with holding the device and look good too.
There’s also a hole on the base for a clip to add to your belt – keychain or lanyard.
So yeah it looks good – feels good but most important how does it vape?
How Does the Envii Fitt Perform?
OK out of the box things can be a little bewildering – so do read the instructions.
Sadly, you’ll need to read them more than once as they are not the clearest – even though there are diagrams.
After I’d made a complete mess a few times it finally twigged that this was a bottom fill and you filled before you snap on the coil!
Anyways 5mls of juice later and I was good to go – but filling is fiddly and you really do have to be careful not to get any in the central chimney!
OK once juiced up I took my first puff and was surprised by the flavor – it was very good indeed – vapour was on par too even using a 50/50 tobacco flavour e-liquid.
However, the first issue I had was the 6 second cut out – now that is annoying!
When I MTL vape I puff a couple of times then take a good lungful – I’ve never counted how long I draw but it has to be longer – a lot longer – than 6 seconds.
Just as I get to the point I need a bit more the Fitt decides to shut off – frustrating to say the least and 4 more seconds would have helped!
In the end I’ve actually stopped using it because of that feature which is a dammed shame because it vapes well and is extremely portable fitting beautifully in my pocket with no leakage whatsoever.
As to battery life – on a full charge I was getting 6 to 7 hours before it needed re-charging which isn’t to bad at all.
What I Like
I like the dual mode – vaping via puff or button – that’s a nifty feature for a pod mod.
The design is very cool indeed and it looks like a cross between one of those badass beetles and a stealth fighter jet.
I love the size and weight making it extremely portable and of course the flavor and vapour is excellent.
What I Don’t Like
This kit is quite simply spoiled by the silly six second shut-off.
Just as I’m taking a deep draw it just cuts out leaving me more than a little frustrated.
Hey it might not be an issue for you as i do take long drags– but I can only review things as I see and experience them – and the experience on this is ruined by the cut-off.
I’m not that keen on the mouthpiece either it feels like one of those erasers you have in your pencil case and isn’t exactly tasteless either!
Straight out of the box – if you’re an old buffer like me – to get the Fitt filled and coiled up can be a tad tricky and don’t get me started on taking the coil out – you’ll need strong long fingernails or a flat head screwdriver to get it out!
And there’s only one in the box – so be careful with it – though separate cartridges with coils can be purchased – I suggest you add a couple to your cart!
BTW this has to be the smallest USB lead I’ve ever seen!
I have tried to vape whilst charging trying x3 different leads however I couldn’t and as I’m not a contortionist I wasn’t able to use the tiny one lol.
Final Review Verdict
OK, as I’ve said I’m not using the Envii Fitt anywhere near as much as I would do if it wasn’t for the safety cut-out.
That’s not say it’s a bad device – far from it – if you’re a regular MTL vaper or fancy a change from sub ohmming then I’d recommend it – just remember that cut-out time!
It gives a decent amount of flavor and vapour – is extremely tactile and ergonomic and very portable.
Did you buy the Envii Fitt or have you used it? Let us know what you think in the comments below!
- Good flavour
- Good vapour
- Good battery life
- Fast charging
- Juice last well
- Looks cool
- Filling can be fiddly
- Coil swap can be fiddly
- That 6 second cut-out