Elegance and simplicity combine into a sleek and stylish mod, fronted by a stabilised wood fascia.
Overall, the Evaya is a great mod from Sigelei. Its form and function go hand in hand - no complex labyrinth of menu systems to get lost in. And there’s no cheap paint job, which chips after a few days, it has a durable, antique copper finish, coated in a high gloss lacquer combined with a stabilised wood surrounding the colour screen.
A simple three clicks of the fire button gives you access to the menu to change from Power Mode to the three Temperature Control Modes. Power Mode can be used between 5 - 66 watts, so this can power most sub-ohm tanks on the market without maxing out the wattage.
The Evaya lasts about a day on a fully charged 18650 battery. I prefer running it at roughly 44 watts on a 0.4ohm coil, and this worked great for me. The downside is it does seem to struggle when the battery is getting low, so you may need to take out spare batteries if you’re a heavy vaper.