Late March Update
As spring time flowers begin to bloom here in California, Evoke is moving closer to production and launch!
Since our last update, we have received our first working
prototype! After a lot of work getting both the Evoke “engine” and
“chassis” designed and into development, it’s all finally coming
together. The prototype is made out of 3D printed polymers and
contains a working chipset with our patent-pending bluetooth,
induction core and air systems! You can check out the photos
Initially, we had contemplated making 3 separate versions of the
Evoke. The reason for this decision is that we didn't think
we could make them all work as a single unit, largely due to
differences in the induction coil as well as in the air system that
would be needed to accommodate different materials.
The breakthrough came when we developed a system to create
3 different induction cores that can easily be swapped for various
uses. You simply open up the mouthpiece, remove the coil and
slide in a different coil. Each one of our 3 induction coils has
been designed to optimize the experience of whatever material
users want to vape. Further, the onboard Bluetooth capability will
allow for voltage control, resulting in endless variations for using
the different coils. We can’t wait to see what possible
combinations our customers come up with!
Our firmware is operational and the software development is
underway. In our lab, the firmware is successfully communicating
thru Bluetooth and sending commands to the chipset.
Shipping and Fulfillment
Our current estimate for shipping and fulfillment of Indiegogo
orders is still end of June.