Cuboid 150W Review — Extreme Power at Affordable Price


by James Bickford

Updated: November 9, 2021

Joyetech Cuboid Vape Review

Review Score: 86/100

Price Range:
$34.20 - $49.95
Battery Type:
2 * 18650
Wattage Range:
Black, Silver, Grey
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  • Beautiful, slim and sturdy design
  • Extremely powerful, yet very affordable
  • Temperature control mode with adjustable TCR


  • Multicolored LED is amazing, but it’s barely readable in sunlight
  • The body, and especially the screen, tend to get a lot of fingerprints

Despite being powered by two 18650 batteries, the Joyetech Cuboid 150W TC mod is amazingly slim and elegant. It can fire up to 150W and can go from 200F up to 600F in temperature control mod. The Cuboid can support Stainless Steel, Nickel, and Titanium, and can produce huge cloud of flavorful vapor. But should you really consider it? Let’s try to find out.

Is it worth the price?

Is a mod that can fire at 150W, works in temperature control mode, performs great, and costs just 49.95, worth the price? You tell me!

What sets it apart?

Joyetech Cuboid Vape

While there might not be a single exclusive characteristic of the Joyetech Cuboid 150W TC mod that makes it stand out from the crowd, but you can hardly find any other mod that costs under fifty bucks and yet offers such power and versatility.

Design and Features of Cuboid 150W Mod

The Cuboid has pretty much a standard design, probably a little thinner than most mods and slightly longer, but it feels very comfortable to hold, even if you have tiny hands. It’s quite surprising that the mod holds two 18650 batteries and yet is so skinny. It’s pretty heavy and sounds pretty sturdy. Its finish is sleek but unfortunately can be a fingerprint magnet.

Joyetech Cuboid Vape Tank

The overall look and feel is neat, the design is well above average and we especially loved the slip-open battery door and multicolor 0.96-inch LED screen, though we also noticed a couple of minor flaws. Firstly, the automatic tab that’s supposed to lock the battery door didn’t close properly, and batteries fell out a couple of times.

Joyetech Cuboid Vape Battery

I’m not sure if I got a bad unit or is it a common anomaly, but it’s not a deal breaker since all you’ve to do is give the tab a little push and it’ll be locked. The second thing we noticed, which is so small that most vapers will probably be unable to see, is that some tanks that have longer 510 pins don’t fit snugly and there’s a little gap between the mod and the vape tank.

Vaping the Cuboid – How It Performs

In terms of performance, the Joyetech Cuboid is definitely a winner. In fact, depending on your needs and style, this could be the best mod in this pricing range. In addition to the powerful wattage mode, it has an advanced temperature control system i.e. the TCR (Temperature Coefficient of Resistance). It lets you set specific temperature coefficient parameters directly on the mod, and is one of the first devices to offer this feature.

Joyetech Cuboid Vape Button

The TCR can be adjusted (for three different options M1, M2 and M3) according the material of the coil you’re using, so you can get great, customized taste in temperature control mode, with a few taps of a button.

In wattage mode, you can vape between 1-150 watts at 0.1-3.5ohm resistance while in TC mode you can vape at 200-600 F with 0.05-1.5ohm resistance. Put simply, you can customize the mod according to your very needs, and get amazing hits, big clouds and rich flavor.

Joyetech Cuboid Vape Threading

Joyetech has included a micro USB for firmware updates and charging. While the hardware is pretty sturdy, to make sure the software doesn’t get outdated, Joyetech has added the option to update the firmware.

Cuboid 150W Specifications

Size: 42.00 x 28.00 x 91.50mm
Battery Type: 2 * 18650
Wattage Range: 150W
Resistance Range: 0.1-3.5ohm
Temperature Control Range: 100-315°C / 200-600°F
Screen Type: 0.96-inch OLED
Colors: Black, Silver, Grey


The Positives

  • Beautiful, slim and sturdy design
  • Extremely powerful, yet very affordable
  • Temperature control mode with adjustable TCR
  • Upgradable firmware, USB charging
  • Allows vaping at very low resistance, so you can get massive plumes of vapor

The Negatives

  • Multicolored LED is amazing, but it’s barely readable in sunlight
  • The body, and especially the screen, tend to get a lot of fingerprints
  • The battery door seems to have a minor design flaw; the tab sometimes doesn’t close properly and can become hard to open when there are no batteries inserted


Yes, it might have a couple of minor design faults, but nothing deal-breaker. In fact, there is no match for Joyetech Cuboid 150W TC mod when it comes to versatility and power, at an affordable price. Any intermediate vaper or a cloud chaser will definitely love the Cuboid, and we are no exception.

We were sold on the mod from the very moment it came out of the box, and highly recommend it to you, if you’re looking for a powerful, customizable mod, but don’t want to spend big bucks.

Published: October 10, 2017Updated: November 9, 2021

James Bickford

My way of understanding the significance of vaping came not only through the disruption of smoking but its effects on society as a whole. Now I bring people to vaping and bring vaping to people. I love using new gear, writing in-depth reviews and generally nerding out about vaping to like-minded people.


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One comment on “Cuboid 150W Review — Extreme Power at Affordable Price

  • Sam

    August 8, 2018 at 4:18 pm

    The Joyetech Cuboid 150w, is the best mod I have personally ever used. I have had and used it, almost every day for two years and some change. So far it has elapsed the 100,000 puff mark and has since, as of this moment, hitting at 134,191 puffs. It has by far exceeded the lifespan of all my friends’ mods, and keeps going strong. Mine has been dropped, tossed, scratched, stepped on, and wet. It has been well worth what I originally paid for it. That is not entirely to say it doesn’t have it’s flaws; such as Ohm deviation (a lot), the battery door used to refuse to shut all the way. Using the USB on the side of the mod should not be used for charging. Not even just a little bit. Doing that made the mod feel hot. The 510 thread seems like good quality; or at least it did for the first 100,000 puffs… it has out lived 2 RDAs. I should get another one, and may just, but this one has sentimental value. I honeslty just want to see how far it will go.