Greetings and introducing the Elo by Illimite Concepts of Hong Kong. Elo is a portable, user friendly herbal vaporizer, that uses convection heat and features a removable chamber called the “Chip.” Elo has to be one of the most unique and interesting portable vaporizers that I have come across and the folks at Illimite Concepts have packed a lot of thoughtful and innovative features into this handheld device.
Features and Specifications:
- Heating Method : Convection mainly, some secondary conduction
- Temperature Settings : 150°C ~ 210°C (302°F ~ 410°F ) – ( adjustable by 5°C or 9°F increments )
- Heat up in less than 45 seconds
- Removable Chamber “The Chip” for easy swapping on the go
- Compatible for : Dry Herb / Oil/Wax / Juice
- Chamber Dimension : approx. 6mm x 18mm x 12mm (approx. 0.2g)
- Dimension: 7.2 CM x 3.4 cm x 10.2cm
- Weight : approx. 230 g
- Removable vapor path
- Retractable mouthpiece
- Protective sliding doors ( mouthpiece and LCD )
- Comes with Chip case ( Holds 2 spare Chips) 3 Chips Total included
- Safety auto shut-off and sleep mode
- Temperature LCD readout
- Multi-color LED power button
- Sturdy aluminum body
- Food Grade Stainless / Aluminum air path
- Food Grade Silicone Mouth Piece
- 1 Hour + Battery Life
Design and Construction
Elo is an unusual vaporizer and it’s different than anything I have tried before. It’s rather simple looking on the outside but when you open up all the sliding doors and swing open the oven, you’ll quickly realize that there is nothing quite like it, which makes me like it even more. There are so many vaporizers coming out and so many of them are copies or clones of another vaporizer, so it’s nice to see something completely different and unique.
The Elo body is very sturdy, solid and it’s constructed out of aluminum, which gives it a nice heft. The top and bottom of the device are plastic but the aluminum shell makes it feel very durable and has a nice, smooth matte finish.
The heater is attached to the aluminum body with a hinge, so it swings open up like a mouth, where you load your chamber or in this case, a Chip. The design and placement of the heater is well conceived, as it removes the heat source from the main body, where you hold the device and where all the electronics and the battery is stored. Not only does it stay cool and comfortable during use, it also keeps those sensitive components away from the heat.
The main body also features 3 sliding doors / buttons; The top door slides open, exposing the mouthpiece that hides inside the body for safe traveling while keeping it clean at the same time. The Second sliding button is located on the side, where it slides up and down, to raise and lower the mouthpiece and it clicks into place when it’s in the fully raised and fully lowered. The third and final sliding door is located on the opposite side and this sliding door reveals the LCD, “Plus” and “Minus” buttons as well as the AC Charging Port. I really like the addition of these sliding doors and buttons, as they keep everything tucked away, safely inside the device while your not using it, so everything stays in its place and stays clean.
The overall feel of the device is very nice and it has a certain heft to it, nothing rattles around, it fits comfortably in your hand and it’s also easy to draw from. The Elo is a portable vaporizer but it’s slightly heavier and thicker than some other portable vaporizers, such as the Crafty or Haze. Due to it’s aluminum shell, the Elo weighs in at approximately 230 Grams, the same weight as the Mighty but the Elo is shorter in height. The dimensions of the Elo is: 7.2 CM x 3.4 cm x 10.2cm and although it may be a bit bigger, it’s smart design travels well and you can be assured that everything will stay clean and in it’s place. A slightly thinner Elo would have been nice, so it fits more comfortably in your pocket but it’s not so big that you need a cargo pants to carry the thing.
-Controls / Interface
The Elo can be powered on by holding the On / Off button for 2 seconds and you will see the power button light up and the LCD turn on. The power button features a color changing LED light that changes color based on your temperature range selection;
- LOW = Purple ( 302°F – 311°F ) or Blue ( 320°F – 329°F )
- MEDIUM = Light Blue ( 338°F – 347°F ) or Green ( 356°F – 365°F )
- HIGH = Yellow ( 374°F – 383°F ) or Red ( 401°F – 410°F )
The On / Off button’s LED light also signals additional information besides your selected temperature range. The LED will “Flash White” after 60 seconds without usage/taking a draw, where it will turn off unless you press the On / Off button to reactivate it or you can also take a draw. If the On / Off LED is “Solid White,” that signifies that the device has reached it’s 7 minute auto shut-off time, where it will turn off after 5 seconds when this light comes on. This LED light is also “Solid White” when the Elo is charging.
After you have turned Elo on, the device starts heating up and from there you can set your temperature using the “Plus” or “Minus” buttons to make your selection with 9°F increments from 302°F to 410°F. The LCD indicates the battery level, set temperature and the Celsius or Fahrenheit indicator, which can be switched by holding the “Plus” button for 5 seconds to toggle between the two. The LCD is very simple and basic and it does not show the devices temperature as it gets hotter, instead the On / Off LED light flashes until it turns solid, indicating that device has reached your desired temperature. I would have loved to see the actual temperature indicated as well as the set temperature so you always know where your at.
The Elo is a very unique and fun vaporizer to use. The main feature that makes the Elo so special and unique, is it’s removable material chamber, called the “Chip.” Elo allows users to swap out Chips with different materials to suit your needs, which makes vaping on the go easy and convenient. Elo’s Chip system works very well and I found it to be especially useful on the go, where I can have a Chip loaded in Elo and two extra Chips loaded and packed in the included Chip case for quick, hassle free vaping out and about.
The Chip is constructed out of plastic and Stainless Steel and it can be completely disassembled for easy cleaning. You load your material into a removable S.S. rectangular chamber with S.S. mesh screens on top and bottom and “snaps” securely into place within the “body” of the Chip. Those with disabilities or people with larger hands / fingers, may find this chamber somewhat small and difficult to use and clip into place but it’s quite easy once you do it once or twice. The actual material chamber measures; 6mm x 18mm x 12mm and can hold (approx. 0.2g).
I have always been a fan of a vape that uses a removable chamber for a few reasons. The main reason makes vaping on the go more convenient by allowing users to pre-pack or load chambers, capsules or Chips ahead of time, so you can just pop it in and vape, instead of fumbling around with grinding, loading, making a mess or having your precious material blow away. Not only does it make vaping on the go more convenient but it keeps your vaporizer cleaner for a lot longer and it can keep sensitive heaters from building up debris that can often fall through the cracks and otherwise be very difficult to remove. Yet another bonus to the Chip design allows you have a different loaded Chip for your every mood or preference, so you could have a Chip loaded with an herb that is more energetic for daytime use and another Chip filled with an herb that is more relaxing for night vaping. Although I think a removable chamber has more benefits than drawbacks, there are a few to discuss. The main drawback is that they usually require more time and patience loading them at home, since there are a few parts to assemble, they can be fairly small, hard to grasp and put together. Removable chambers can also pose other issues, such as creating more areas where extra air to be drawn into the pathways, as the fittings and seals may not always be perfect, so potentially, they can dilute the vapor and this is somewhat true with the Elo. With the Elo’s complex Chip system, there is some room around the Chip where air can be pulled in, which can make the vapor thinner and weaker but on the plus side, it can also make the vapor cooler and smoother but I will go into further detail later on. One other thing to consider, removable chambers can also get lost, loose parts or wear over time, which can be also be good and bad. On one hand, you can usually replace the part instead of the whole unit, which can save you big time but it also means that you more likely to have to replace something down the road when it gets lost or breaks. It really comes down to personal preference but for me, I’m a sucker for a removable chamber like the Chip, Inhalaters’ Capsule System, Hazes’ Cans etc. and I think the benefits outweigh the drawbacks.
Illimite Concepts has also included a Chip case that is great for carrying your loaded Chips. This case is made out of plastic and features 2 slots for your 2 extra Chips and they fit neatly inside and the Case also features a lock so it won’t accidently open. I would have liked to see some extra room in the case for a brush or something but I think it’s great that they included 2 extra Chips and a Case in the first place!
Illimite Concepts is also working on a Chip that will support concentrates and oils so I will try to update this review as soon as I receive any information on this.
-The “COOLER” / Vapor Path / Mouthpiece
Another innovative feature of the Elo is the “Cooler.” This piece is a specially designed aluminum rod that connects to the mouthpiece and effectively cools your vapor with it’s unique design. This aluminum rod has a slice taken out of the middle that runs through the legth of the rod and features a few holes on the top where it connects to the mouthpiece. As vapor flows around the Cooler and the slits, the vapor gradually cools down, making it smoother ( please see photo ). I can say with confidence, that the Elo produces some cool and smooth vapor! Part of the reason why the Elo has such smooth vapor is because it isn’t quite as dense or thick as some vaporizers, such as the Crafty but more on that later.
The vapor path of the Elo is a straight shot from the intake/ vents directly below the heater, where air is pulled in, passes through the heater, into the Chip, into your material and then through the Stainless Steel and Aluminum Vapor path, which is all removable and cleanable. When there are a few pieces that make up a vapor path, like in the Elo’s design, there can sometimes be room for air leaks in the pathway. You can compare this pathway to the DaVinci Ascent’s pathway, where two glass tubes or pieces meet and slide into one another but they aren’t completely tight, so air can be pulled in from the area in addition to it’s oven. The Elo’s vapor path is not 100% sealed where the Cooler meets the lower portion of the vapor path and the sliding mechanism tube but it’s sealed off from the electronics, so the “extra” air most likely enters the path through the sliding buttons / doors on the side of the unit and on the top. I would like to see this area improved, so the vapor path pieces seal 100%, so potentially more air can be drawn through the oven, potentially improving the vapor production.
Not only does the Elo feature a removable chamber and the Cooler but it also features a hidden mouthpiece, that neatly slides away for storing, protection and sanitation. You don’t need to touch the mouthpiece with your dirty little hands to use the Elo, instead just slide open the top door, exposing the mouthpiece and slide up the button on the side to raise your mouthpiece. Not only is this a cool feature but its very practical, it keeps your mouthpiece clean while you travel and it prevents you from touching it. The mouthpiece is made out of Silicone and it connects directly to the Cooler. I’m not crazy about the Silicone mouthpiece but it is comfortable and cool, although I would like to eventually see additional mouthpieces, maybe made out of glass or something else. I have noticed that sometimes the Mouthpiece likes to detach from the Cooler, so you may have to push it back into position in order to lower it back into the unit and thus is a minor drawback of the sliding mouthpiece system.
-Convection Heater / Oven
In my experience, Convection heat produces the better more flavorful vapor over conduction heat. Convection heat produces vapor that is almost always, more flavorful and flavorful for longer too. Convection heat also doesn’t cause a “slow burn” effect that conduction heat causes when your not inhaling because the conduction is always heating your herb, vaporizing it. Convection heat heats your herb when your inhaling or pulling the hot air through it. The Elo is a mostly convection vaporizer! There is some conduction going on as well but it’s minmal and most of the vaporization is coming from the convection hot air your pulling through your herb. I would compare this system to the Crafty and Mighty vaporizer, both of which, are also mostly convection based but they also relay on conduction heat as well but more so than the Elo. I would estimate that the Elo is roughly 80-90% convection and 20-10% conduction whereas the Crafty / Mighty are closer to 70% convection and 30% conduction. The Crafty and Mighty produce thicker, fuller and more dense vapor than the Elo but it is also can be hotter, harsher and the flavor can diminish more quickly than the Elo’s vapor.
The heater / Chip system works very well and it’s simple to use. The Chip is sandwiched and held in place between the oven / heater on the bottom and the Elo body / vapor path on the top, which is securely held shut with two strong magnets. The Chip fits securely in place and it’s easy to load and unload from the device. I would have liked to see a lock on the heater, so it would hold the heater open while you load your Chip because it can easily snap shut with those strong magnets.
Elo’s heater / oven is very interesting. It features a series of 4 ceramic heaters that make up a series of “walls,” where air is drawn through and around these heated walls and thus gently heated, until is passes through the Chip and your material. The top of the heater is protected by a S.S. layer grate, which protects the ceramic heaters and also provides an area for the bottom of the Chip to contact the heater directly and add a little conduction heat to the chamber as well. This heater or oven is encased in S.S. but the entire assembly is then surrounded by plastic, including the intake / vents below the oven, for obvious heat reasons but I would have liked to see an inner layer of metal for strength and the additional S.S. could also improve the flavor over plastic. I will go into further detail about the vapor in the Vaporization section. On top of the heater is the lower Silicone seal that presses against the bottom portion of the Chip, creating a seal. This Silicone piece is removable for cleaning and I recommend soaking briefly and scrubbing all Silicone, plastic and metal pieces before vaporization to help remove any extra tastes, residues, oils that come from these materials and from the manufacturing process / assembly of these devices. I have noticed that the Silicone and or plastic around the heater and or Chip creates a slight Silicone taste and smell at times, more so during the end of my session when the unit has been on for a while and is much hotter but again, it’s not enough for it to ruin the herbs flavor in my opinion.
Inside the heater is a temperature sensor that measure the temperature inside the oven. This temperature sensor also acts as a draw sensor that can sense your inhalation as you draw, so instead of hitting the On / Off button every time the auto shut-off kicks in, you can just draw on the device and it should cancel the shut-off feature. I have noticed that my Elo dose not sense my inhalation, so for some reason it does not cancel the shut-off and I must hit the On / Off if I want to keep vaporizing but Illimite Concepts is working to correct this issue.
The heater is held in place on a hinge that connects it to the body of the Elo. As I have mentioned, by removing the heater from the main body, the electronics, the battery and your hand will stay cool during vaporization which is a great design. The heater can definitely get hot to the touch during use but there is plenty of cool Elo body to hang on to, so it’s not an issue but I would have loved to see some heat sinks or ribbing like they used in the Crafty and Mighty vaporizers deign, which do a great job keeping the unit cool I would have liked to see the hinge beefed up a little because this is an area of high stress and it will be used often, so there is the potential for breakage if your not too careful but I have not had any issues yet. There are also some wires that pass through this hinge area, so there is potential of the wires breaking like the dreaded Ascent that had it’s oven on a swivel and those wires often broke in the early versions until they corrected the issue. I have taken one of my Elo’s apart and there is plenty of wire length to freely move when opening and closing the oven, so it won’t put stress on the connections and I doubt if we will see an issue with wires breaking.
Unfortunately, the Elo does not allow for users to vaporize during charging and the battery is not user replaceable. This is one of my major criticisms of this device and its so sad to see a vaporizer that doesn’t feature either one of these. Batteries eventually all loose capacity and become weaker over time, so eventually they will all need replacements. When the user can’t replace the battery, then the vaporizer becomes useless, unless the manufacturer provides replacements like the Crafty and Mighty Battery Program where it cost up to $40 to replace their batteries.
Elo features a permanent Lithium Ion Battery ( 1000 mAh 11.1 V ). I have noticed that the battery level indicator on the Elo screen can jump around a little, at least during warm up but after it’s all warmed up and the temperature has been reached, then it appears that the level seems accurate. Battery life could be better with this unit given its size but on average, I am able to get at least 5 sessions on 383F lasting for about 7 minutes each or until the auto-shut off kicks in, which isn’t bad and its more than enough to vape through all of your Chips that are included for a day full of vaping. Convection based vaporizers usually require more energy than conduction vaporizers and with Elo’s relatively large heater, it uses a lot of juice, so that can explain why the battery life isn’t that great.
Charging is pretty quick and only takes a few hours. I would have liked to see a USB connection instead of their own connection, so it would be a little more universal and you didn’t have to plug it in to the wall each time. The On /Off LED light is Solid White when the unit is charging and there is also an LED on the charger unit that’s turns from Red to Green when the unit is fully charged.
– Usage / Instructions
Elo is very user friendly and easy to use. When you first open the box, you will see a quick start guide and within 6 simple steps, you will be up and vaping!
- Grind your material, finely
- Load your material in the Chip
- Load Chip onto the oven
- Press and hold the On / Off button for 2 seconds
- Press (+) or (-) buttons to select your temperature
- When the LED stops flashing, slide lid to open and slide up the mouthpiece
I found that the is Elo fun, effective, comfortable to use and operate. It’s basically as easy as it outlines in the box but you can turn to the included user manual for more details. The manual is very clean, includes lots of pictures and is simply laid out. I always recommend reading the manual before using any vaporizer and I recommend it with the Elo because it does a good job explaining the different parts, the LED light signals, as well as how to properly clean the unit. This vaporizer has many parts, most of which are small, so I can see how some people may find this vaporizer difficult to use and load but it wasn’t a problem for me, although I have smaller hands.
My average session with the Elo begins like any other vaporizer session of mine where I grind my herb. I prefer a finer grind in my convection based vaporizers like the Elo and I found the finer grind allows for more surface area for the hot air to pass through, which provides for efficient and even heating. Most of the time I load the chamber full to the rim but loose, not packed and place the top screen on top, just enough that it seats inside the chamber and doesn’t compress the herb. Other times, I like to just use a pinch of herb, enough to cover the bottom screen and then I’ll place the top screen down all the way, so it’s touching the herb, but again, not compressing it, so the herb stays in place while the air is drawn through. One thing I dislike about the mesh screens is that they are tricky to place and remove and they can eventually get frayed with repeated use. I also have some difficulties clipping the S.S. material chamber into the Chip body and if it doesn’t snap in easily, I recommend turning it 180 and trying it that way and usually, one seems to go in easier than the other. Once the chambers are snapped into the Chip, they are pretty secure and stay put.
Placing the Chip onto the oven is pretty straight forward and they can only go in one way. Sometimes the Chips don’t like to line up perfectly and you need to move them around until they fall into place easily, don’t force them in. If you really having trouble placing the Chip onto the oven, I suggest trying to slide the entire metal part of the Chip with the S.S. material chamber, one way or another because the screws that holds this piece in place allow for some movement . I would have really liked to see the Chips completely made out of metal because I think it could improve the overall flavor but I’m sure it would get too hot with the metal. The oven features two strong magnets that keep it shut and keep pressure on the Chip, tightly pressing it against the Silicone seals, so these magnets have a tendency to snap the oven shut when your trying to load / unload your Chip, which is something to be aware of.
When your ready to press the On / Off button, you will hear a slight buzzing sound initially but it’s completely normal and it will go away in a few seconds. The Elo heats up quite fast and it usually doesn’t take more than 40-50 seconds to reach any temperature. The battery level indicator on the LCD likes to jump around when the unit is heating up, so wait for the unit to reach temperature before checking the level and it should indicate an accurate level at that point.
The mouthpiece usually slides up smoothly for use but sometimes it likes to detach from the sliding track when it’s time to lower it back into the device. The mouthpiece is Silicone and it simply is held onto the sliding track with a little groove on the inside of the mouthpiece that fits over the aluminum tube of the sliding track. If it detaches, just press the mouthpiece down while holding the mouthpiece raiser button and you should feel it “pop” into place and then it should lower normally. I would like to see this slider mechanism improved, so that it’s sealed better and that the mouthpiece doesn’t detach as easily from the track, otherwise I love the idea and it’s great to hide the mouthpiece inside for traveling and saves you from having to touch it.
– Vaporization / Vapor Quality
In short, the Elo produces nice, smooth, cool vapor that is flavorful but its not as thick or as visible as most vaporizers on a similar temperature. This is both good and bad. On one hand, I would like to see more, thicker, fuller vapor as it is often thin and feels slightly “airy.” On the other hand, the vapor is incredibly smooth, cool and comfortable and it never seems hot or scratchy, unlike a lot of convection style vaporizers that can be harsh or hot. I have noticed that the Elo seems to run cooler than most other vaporizers and I tend prefer using the Elo at 383°F-392 which would be way too hot in my Crafty, Mighty, Volcano etc. Even at that relatively high temperature, the vapor is still not thick or really cloudy but if you compare that to the Crafty the difference is huge and 383°F on the Elo is more like 340°F on the Crafty or around there. This dosne’t really bother me too much but I would have loved to see more vapor, although I do love how smooth it is. I actually prefer the thinner, smoother vapor at times because I can just “sip” away on the vapor, taking a number of inhalations to extract the chamber, where as other vapes, you’ve reached your desired effect in just a few inhaaltions. Theres no doubt that the Elo is vaporizings your materiasl, it just seems like a much gentler, slower process than some, maybe because it’s more convection than most vaporizers like the Crafty. I don’t understand why 350°F on one vape is complelty different than 350°F on another vaporizer and you would think they should be the same, produce the same vapor, extract your material with the same amount of inhalations but they are rarely cocnstant. Each vaporizer reads and measures temperatures differently, from different areas in the vaporizer and they all heat differently with different sources, different voltages etc. so that can explain a lot.
Elo is definitely not a cloud machine but it makes up for it in smooth cool vapor and even heating. I think if the temperatures were accurate and the device’s air and vapor path was sealed a little better, we would see some real clouds. I’ve never been a cloud chaser so I have been happy with the Elo’s vapor production and I really enjoy using this vaporizer.
Elo produces some flavorful vapor that can easily stand up to other high end vapes like the Crafty. It may not be as full flavored as the Crafty’s vapor but the flavor is there and it stays longer too. I can go 10 inhalations with the Elo and still have flavor but I typically don’t make it to 10 inhalations on my Crafty before I’ve extracted the chamber and the flavor is gone. The vapor also may not be as pure tasting as the Crafty because there is a fair amount of Silicone and Plastic in and around the Vapor path so your going to get some of that taste in your vapor as well, typically towards the end of a session when things are warmer. I find the slight Silicone and Plastic taste to be acceptable and non worrisome because I am fairly confident in the Elo’s construction and design that its putting out some good quality vapor despite the slight tastes. Everyone has different tolerances for theses smells and tastes and some people may find it to be too strong and others may not notice it at all. When you’ve been using the Elo and Chips for some time, the Plastic and Silicone taste and smell definitely lessen with time and use. I really would have liked to see some improvements made to parts of the Elo and I think some small changes in materials and placement could have made a world of difference in the Vapor Quality in such a unique and interesting vape.
– Cleaning / Maintenance
Elo allows users to easily break down its entire components for easy and through cleaning. The main body breaks down into 5 removable and cleanable pieces; 2 Silicone Seals (1 Seal above the Chip around the Vapor Path and 1 Seal below around the heater), the lower portion of the Vapor Path a S.S. tube/funnel, the Aluminum “Cooler,” and the Silicone Mouthpiece. All of these pieces can be soaked in ISO Alcohol but I recommend just soaking the metal parts and spot cleaning the Silicone with Alcohol instead of letting it soak because Alcohol can slowly ruin Silicone parts. Now all that’s left is the Chip and that breaks down into 4 main pieces but you can break it down further; Chip body with attached S.S. Slit/Grate Screen, S.S. material Chamber and 2 S.S. Mesh Screens. I typically just soak the Mesh Screens and the S.S. material Chamber and spot cleans the Chip Body and Grate Screen. One other area to check is the Mouthpiece/Cooler “Raiser Tube.” This is an Aluminum Tube that raises and lowers the Mouthpiece/Cooler combo and also connects this combo to the Lower portion of the Vapor Path. Where the “Cooler” meets the Lower portion of the Vapor Path inside this Aluminum Tube, its not a perfect seal, so some vapor leaks around and collects slightly inside this Tube. Just a quick brush with Alcohol or Q-Tip is enough to clean it right out. Now you ready to assemble thee Elo again. Everything goes back together fairly easily and things can only go one way ,so it pretty straight forward but you can always check out the manual.
- Innovative and unique design
- Sturdy build quality, solid feel and good materials, metal body
- Oven/heater is removed from the main body
- Mostly Convection heat
- Removable Chamber, The Chip
- Sliding doors protect and keep everything clean
- Little to no draw resistance
- Smooth, cool, flavorful vapor
- Wide Temperature range
- Auto-Shut off
- Fast charge time
- Decent battery life (around 5 Chips)
- Completely removable Vapor Path (easy cleaning)
- Multi-function LED light
- Even heat and efficient
- Works with small amounts and large amounts
- Magnetic Heater/Oven
- Ceramic Heater/Oven
- Included Chip Case holds 2 Spare Chips
- Very affordable
- Battery is not user replaceable and doesn’t feature pass through charging
- Thin, airy vapor
- LED is hard to see in the Sunlight
- Draw sensor does not seem to work
- Dry herb only (Originally planned to have a Chip for Concentrates too)
- Lot of little pieces
- Chip can be difficult for some people
- Mouthpiece detaches occasionally
- Silicone and Plastic smell/taste at times
- Bulky and heavy
- 9°F Temperature increments
- (Elo is no longer being produced?)
Overall, the Elo is a solid vaporizer. Elo happens to be one of my favorite vaporizers to use because of its design and aesthetics. If there were vaporizers in the 80’s, they’d probably look like the Elo and I mean that in the best way. May not be the smallest or lightest vaporizer out there but its defiantly one of the most unique and unusual. I think the Chip system is great and it really makes vaporizing on the go quick, easy and mess free. Although there are a lot of things I love about Elo, there are a few things I would like to change and probably the biggest thing would be a new design with less Silicone and Less Plastic, as well as a removable battery. Also, I would like to see a more accurate and wider temperature range, a working draw sensor and an actual temperature read-out on the LCD Screen. I would definitely recommend this vaporizer but not to everyone, especially people who may have difficulty with small pieces and people who like thick, cloudy vapor, otherwise Elo is a fun vape that belongs in any serious vipers collection.