VZone Graffiti 220W Review by Dan Willis

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VZone Graffiti 220W

Vzone are a vaping manufacturer based out of Shenzhen, China, and they have recently released a whole range of attractive looking products to the market. One of these is the VZone Graffiti 200W mod- a powerful, feature packed and attractive looking dual 18650 battery device which we will be taking a look at in this review!

Manufactured from Aluminium Alloy, three unique and attractive looking graffiti designs are available with the VZone Graffiti 220W, making its looks stand out from the crowd. An advanced HW Board 1.0 chip packs up to 220W of output power in variable wattage mode, and Ni200, Titanium, Stainless Steel and TCR modes are also present for temperature control users!


  • 90mm x 56mm x 26mm dimensions
  • Takes two 18650 batteries
  • Distinctive graffiti design
  • Ergonomic feel
  • 7-220W power output
  • 7.5V max output voltage
  • 50A max output current
  • Customisable user power output curve mode
  • Ni200/Titanium/SS/TCR temperature control modes
  • 100-300C/200-600F temperature control range
  • 0.91inch OLED display
  • USB charging
  • Centrally mounted 510 connector
  • Magnetic battery door cover

What's in the Box?

  • VZone Graffiti 220W Mod
  • USB Cable
  • User manual

Design and Build Quality

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VZone have manufactured the Graffiti 220W out of solid aluminium alloy, giving the device a weighty and premium feel about it. With the attractive graffiti styled design on the front and rear panels of the device, combined with the lovely brushed finish on the aluminium, I think that the Graffiti 220W is a great looking piece of kit! It isn't too large for a dual 18650 mod either, measuring in at 90mm x 56mm x 26mm. Three colour options are available, each with an awesome looking graffiti design on the panels.

At the top of the Graffiti 220W is a spring loaded 510 connector which has been placed centrally on the device, I didn't have any issues with the location of the 510 connector. At the base of the Graffiti 220W are battery venting holes, meaning that gases can safely escape should the worst happen and batteries vent inside the mod. The battery compartment is accessed by removing the rear panel, which is held on with strong magnets.

The side of the Graffiti 220W has a large fire button, with a 'V' engraved on it, as well as the up and down buttons and USB port for charging. A large 0.91inch OLED screen is also found here, which displays information clearly under any light conditions. The current mode is displayed here, along with the wattage/temperature setting, atomiser resistance, output voltage and remaining battery life.

Using the VZone Graffiti 220W

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  • 5 clicks of the power button will turn the VZone Graffiti 220W on and off
  • Press the up or down buttons to adjust the power, this will be adjust in 1W increments
  • When installing a new atomiser, the VZone Graffiti will prompt you to enter whether it is a new coil or not
  • In wattage mode, hold down the fire and down buttons to lock and unlock the wattage setting
  • In TC/TCR mode, hold down fire and down to lock and unlock the temperature setting
  • 3 clicks of the power button will bring up the menu switching screen
  • In the menu, you can switch between resistance settings, resistance lock/unlock, taste mode, output mode, memory mode and version information
  • Over vaping, low voltage, no atomiser, atomiser short, reverse polarity, automatic power adjustment, temperature alert and temperature protections are all built in.


In wattage mode, the VZone Graffiti is able to fire coil resistances of 0.1-3.0ohm, and output power from 7-220W. Output voltage is limited to 7.5V however, meaning that if you do intend vaping at 220W then you would need to use a coil build with a resistance of 0.25ohm or less in order to achieve this. I've found that power delivery is near enough instant after pressing the button, and the vape itself feels pretty powerful! 

Temperature control users are well catered for with the Graffiti 220W, preset modes for Ni200, Titanium and Stainless Steel are all present here, and a custom TCR input mode is also available too. The Graffiti 220W reads resistance accurately in temperature control mode from 0.05ohm to 1.0ohm.

Battery life is good, and I get a full day out of two 18650 batteries with a 0.5ohm coil at 35W. When using lower resistance and higher power, battery life does substantially decrease as expected.


I must say that I'm very impressed with the VZone Graffiti 220W mod, it's a solidly built dual 18650 battery device that looks the absolute part, feels really well made in hand and packs plenty of power to boot!

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There's a lot of features present with this device too, and I think that the VZone Graffiti 220W offers very good value for money. It's the first device I've used from VZone, and based on my experiences with the Graffiti 220W I look forward to trying out more from these guys!

Many thanks to VZone for sending the Graffiti 220W in for review!  If you are interested in stocking these items in the UK then please check out http://www.vzonecigs.com/ for wholesale information.  We are giving one of these away here - https://www.planetofthevapes.co.uk/competitions/win-a-vzone-graffiti-220w.html - competition closes on the 22nd April.

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 Dan Willis
Article by Dan Willis
Dan was an early adopter of vaping as a way to quit smoking and has seen and done pretty much all there is to see and do in the vaping world! From Ego batteries to mechs and from rebuildables to pods there isn't much that Dan hasn't tried.
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