The Flyt Stik has a strong rectangular motif going on, which certainly makes it stand out. There are right angles all over the place including, oddly enough, the two atomizers. The charging dock and mouthpiece are rectangular shaped as well. As you can probably guess, there is no threading here, instead each piece is attached to the other by magnets.
That means putting the pieces together is like that kids’ game where you insert shaped blocks into the holes that match them. It’s not too complicated, but you have to make sure that the corners fit together when you reassemble the pieces. You can probably also guess that there isn’t any 510 compatibility either, which isn’t too big of a deal but it does mean that the various components are not easily replaced since they are all proprietary.
The two atomizers are pretty deep, so you can use a lot of wax. They are also clearly labelled even though it’s unlikely you wouldn’t realize which one is which. It does add a nice dose of attitude to the overall design of the Flyt Stik.
Portability: The Flyt Stik is a nearly five inches in height, which is slightly taller than other vape pens, but still very pocket-friendly. The mouthpiece is exposed so there is some risk of it getting dirty but if you keep your pockets, purse, or backpack clean, then you’ll be fine.
Cleaning and Maintenance
Dual quartz atomizers: A Q-tip that has been dipped in isopropyl alcohol should be used to clean the coils of the atomizers and the chamber surrounding them. Make sure that they are completely dry before using the atomizer again.
Ceramic atomizer: This atomizer can be wiped out using a cotton pad soaked in iso alcohol. It can also be completely submerged in an iso-alcohol bath for about an hour.
Mouthpiece: The mouthpiece can be immersed in iso alcohol for an hour or so in order to clean out the aipath of any residue that’s inside of it.