More Details On The OXVA Artio…
With the tubular styling this fits into the Vape Pen category but with the addition of easy to replace cartridges – making it also a pod kit!
There is not a great deal of info about this on the OXVA website so I downloaded the User Manual – and it looks to be the worst manual I have ever seen! This is all you get – the other page is just warranty info.
There is no mention of fault conditions, any kind of LED display and what happens when it is charging? How do you know when it is fully charged?
Anyway what I do know is that the device itself has a 550mAh battery which you recharge using the USB Type C port.
The output will automatically adjust according to the pod installed.
The pods (or cartridges) contain a coil – which is either 0.8ohm or 1.2ohm. Both types are included in the kit.
As the coils are fixed, the actually pod component is disposable. You discard it when the coil performance has deteriorated and replace with a new pod. Much easier than changing coils, but far less waste and expense than a fully disposable vape.
A side fill port allows you to fill the pod with up to 2ml of your own e-liquid.
To keep things simple there are no buttons or adjustments – simply inhale on the mouthpiece and the device will automatically fire.
Here is an introduction video from the OXVA Official YouTube channel.
There are 5 colours to choose from: Red, Black, Green, Gunmetal and Purple.
- OXVA Artio device
- 0.8ohm Artio Pod
- 1.2ohm Artio pod
- USB Type C cable
- User manual
OXVA Artio Specs
- Size: 16.5×110.6mm
- Battery: 550mAh (internal)
- Display: Not specified
- Output: 0.8ohm pod = 12-15W / 1.2ohm pod = 9-11W – device automatically adjusts output
- Type C USB charging – 0.5A charge rate
- Resistance range: Not specified
- Capacity: 2ml
- Pods – Fixed coil, refillable, replaceable pod
- Compatible with Artio Cartridge / pod, 0.8ohm, 1.2ohm and pre-filled pods
- Side fill
- Auto draw activation
- Soft Silicon mouthpiece
I do hope the OXVA Artio kit performs as well as their other vape devices as this could be a wonderfully simple starter kit (if the instructions are improved).
What are your first impressions of the OXVA Artio? Let me know in the comments below!