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Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction With Swappable Core System

Honestly, looking at Evoke for the first time, we though this was the modern version of classic tobacco pipe. The company claims that this product is the first of its kind, Evoke is a handheld smart vaporizer that uses induction to vape, you can choose to us eLiquid, concentrates, or dry herb for the induction core. It has an onboard microprocessor that communicates with your smartphone through Bluetooth connection so that you can easily customize any settings and monitor the battery life.

Evoke uses induction heating, it’s a method to create heat through magnetic fields. It works by passing alternating current through a copper oil to create a magnetic field. This magnetic field is then used to heat a special metal wick that vaporizes material, it’s a durable and practical method, isn’t it?

Designer : Loto Labs

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction

Evoke Smart Vaporizer Powered by Induction With Swappable Core System is originally posted on Tuvie - Modern Industrial Design

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