Just as almost everything is not alike the CE2 cartomizer. The name for this can be a reason to explain to the beginners for its innovation. The CE4 clearomizer is excogitated to be matched with the e-cigars of Joye eGo series. It looks much bigger than its same kind, and there is a cover putting on the 510 connector. For the purpose of using this Vision cartomizer, an adapter with eGo connector is indispensible.
It is very interested to find that the capacity of this cartomizer is only less than 2ml in spite of its quite big perimeter, which is different from many other cartomizers in eGo style. I would like to explain the reason on this little strange shortage in its tankage.
Still sticking on the external excogitation, the pipe is plastic material, which is very thick and solid. It is also extended to the apex of cartomizer, just like the one with KR808-D1, which I have made comments before. Due to some reason, there also appears the capacity sign on external part of this cartomizer.
I have to acknowledge I’m totally confused by the capacity displaying signs, which seems to have no real functions, especially because the 2 lower signs are at the same level with the cartomizer’s position which is designed to connect the twist. Because of this, the 2 signs do not have any real functions on measuring the cartomizer’s existed capacity.
Leaving the useless signs aside and getting to the pipe’s cone-shaped cover, a thick gasket made of metal material is appeared on the clearomizer’s apex. On top of the tube cover there is a drip-tip with black color.
On the drip-tip, there are two things appearing different from the ordinary style. Firstly, there is a component piercing through the pipe at the bottom part, which makes connection with the CE2 engine’s top position. Secondly, the drip-tip is screwed into the cartomizer by the threads carved on the collar with metal material.