Wismec Theorem Review, Problems, Wicking Tips
The Wismec Theorem – love it, hate it, but don’t ignore it. After all the hype dies down, you may want to get it for what it actually is.
But what is it?
Generally speaking, it falls in the category of Rebuildable Dripping Tank Atomizer (RDTA) where you have a dripper-like setup with juice wicked from a tank at the bottom.
Similar attys include the Geekvape Avocado, Fodi F2, Fodi V2, Ijoy Limitless, and a few more that I just can’t recall right now.
Some say that the Theorem is a genesis-styled atomizer, but that’s drawing from a very broad definition. Although the concept is the same, it’s definitely very different in its own right from a “Genesis styled” atomizer.
One BIG NEW THING in the Wismec Theorem is the Notch Coil – an innovative stainless steel machine-made coil that is 5mm in diameter, uses a shit load of cotton, and wicks like a fucking beast.
In fact, I think the Notch Coil made the Theorem. It produces fine, smooth vapor a lower wattages than most other coils, and you can use it in both Temperature Control and wattage modes. I have used a single Notch Coil for over a month, dry burning and rewicking it every few days.
The Wismec Theorem looks cool, but some hate it. About 90% of the body is pure glass, so you can see the insides and most importantly, your wicking. There’s a stainless steel sleeve as well, but as you can see from the video, it’s poorly designed.
It’s glued on to a regular glass tank, which makes it about 1mm wider, but the design complements the overallTheorem / Notch Coil combo so well.
Although I have some criticisms in the video, overall I love the Theorem so much, I got another one a week later.