One of the industry’s leading brands has continued to pour out some of the markets most interesting products here lately, and this all new VAIO 75 TC Mod is just another added to the list for this VaporFi brand. We’ve personally had our hands on this beauty, and the quality is outstanding, but most likely you’ve made your way to this post because you already own it, so we’re sure you share the same thoughts.
All-in-one systems are an amazing concept — more so when they’re done right — we’re going to spend the next couple of minutes pulling the VAIO 75 apart so if you bought one tomorrow you could take it out of the box and have it working in seconds.
Detailed Look At The VAIO 75
When looking for an all-in-one system, it should be something you can take out of the box, fill up with e-liquid and get to vaping. The VAIO 75 is probably one of the simplest devices on the market, both in terms of usability and design.
Measuring in at 48mm by 25.5mm by 82mm, this compact design looks elegant and feels perfect in the palm of your hand. Ergonomically designed and crafted from brushed Zinc Alloy, it makes a statement with its simplicity. Running on a single, replaceable, high-drain 18650 battery — sold separately — this little beast can be charged as a whole or switched out if you are on the go. A 0.96″ vertically stacked OLED screen makes adjustments simple, with the flush fitted adjustment and firing buttons on the same face. On either side are cut-out windows designed to keep your e-liquid level in sight at all times, making sure that the last thing you ever get is a dry hit.
The 3.5mL tank is leak-proof and designed to keep your hands clean while changing the coils. Top filling and adjustable top airflow means there is no way for e-liquid to end up deep inside the mod. The coil systems provided are good for low volume vapers or cloud chasers alike, but if that isn’t enough for you the VAIO 75 also comes with an adaptor to attach your favorite tank.
Before Turning The VAIO 75 On
Make sure that the 18650 battery is inserted the right way, you have attached the coil head you want to the chimney and make sure that your wicks have been primed. Nothing worse than taking the first hit on a mod and getting a mouthful of burnt cotton. Make sure the airflow is open on the tank and let’s get this bad boy up and running.
Operating The VAIO 75
Turning The Mod On/Off: As with most devices on the market, hitting the power button 5 times will turn the device on or put it to sleep.
Wattage Mode: Hitting the power button 3 times will open up the menu options. Once in “Power” mode, use the bottom adjustment buttons to find the proper wattage. Menu options are simple to use and easy work with after a couple of minutes.
Temperature Control: 3 hits on the power button to get back into the menu system, then use the “–” button to navigate to the proper screen. If you are using the 0.25Ω Notch coil for the tank, the “SS316” is where you need to go. Hit the “+” key to lock in the option and when you get back to the main screen the adjustment keys are now locked into temperature adjustment. Find your sweet-spot between 100°C and 315°C — 200°F and 600°F — and away you vape.
Using A Different Tank: Unscrew the top-cap from the tank and insert the adaptor provided with the kit. Some people would recommend you to attach your tank/RDA first, but it’s a case of whatever feels more comfortable to you. Use the 510 connector now showing at the top to attach the tank in the same way as normal.
I’m new at vaping and ordered a VAIO 75 TC. I am having problems getting to change the voltage and coil before using this device for the 1st time. I tried following the video on the computer but don’t seem to be doing something right because I can’t change the voltage or the coil numbers, both have zero’s. Can you help me?
Yes there must be a way for the tank to leak as mine of 6 months is soaked inside. On top of that the circuitry went haywire, and was scrolling out of control through the temperature settings. Removing the battery reset the scrolling process is all. Then the right + button would not respond… then in order for it to fire at all I had to push hard on the fire button on each corner until I found a spot it would work. Now it’s stuck in alternating from “Key Lock” to “Key Unlock” and nothing I do will bring it back to functioning. It was great when it worked but $120 for the starter kit to die in less than 6 months is not a value at all.
It also went through the ss3316 atomizers like a fat kid goes through cake.