The Rincoe Tix is a well-made box-style AIO. It comes in seven different design options, all on a black body.
It’s a super simple kit, but it has a quality feeling to it. It’s mostly made of zinc alloy, which gives it a decent heft. Oddly, it has a lanyard connection point, and Rincoe is selling a lanyard chain for this device. Before you go trying to rock the Tix as a medallion, I think it’s too heavy for that. It’s not as tiny and lightweight as something like the Voopoo Nano.
Including the tip, the Tix stands 90 mm x 43 mm x 19 mm, which makes it just a few mm larger than the Geekvape Frenzy. But unlike the Frenzy, the Tix cartridges are held in firmly. They snap into place laterally inside the device, then the magnetic door conceals it, similar to the Artery Pal. But, as is the case with most devices with magnetic doors, the magnets aren’t strong enough. I’ve already lost my door, and I can’t find them listed anywhere for a separate purchase. Luckily, I don’t need the door to use the Tix because the pod is held in so firmly. Conversly, the Asvape Micro is similar in design, but those pods are looser and need the door to hold them in securely.
The Rincoe Tix is operated by a shield-shaped button that at first looks like a non-functioning button, a la the Suorin Drop. But this button actually works. There’s an additional little button on the mouthpiece side of the device that toggles through three power settings: 3.3 V, 3.65 V, and full battery-power (bypass). I like that it’s so easy to switch levels, with no menu or triple-click to adjust.