TESLA WYE REVIEW

FIRST IMPRESSION OUT OF THE BOX:

The Tesla WYE comes very nicely packaged. It is a two-tier box with the mod sitting on the top tier. The first thing you notice when you pick up the WYE is that it is ridiculously light. I mean feather light. This may be the lightest dual 18650 mod on the market today. It is definitely the lightest dual 18650 mod I own. The texture on it is really smooth as well. On the second tier of the box, you get a high-quality USB cable as well as some paperwork and a well-written manual. That’s it, that is the whole contents of the box.

WHAT’S IN THE BOX:

  • 1 Tesla WYE 200W Mod
  • 1 Micro USB Cable
  • Instructional Manual

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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM:

The 510 on this box mod has a stainless steel plate with four cutouts for airflow to travel underneath your atomizer. The threading on the 510 connection is pretty good and the plate itself sits flush along the top of the box. Doesn’t look like it is a gold-plated 510. It is probably nickel-plated. It does have a firm spring to it with a medium type of throw to it. I have had no problems with this 510 reading resistances or with any tanks not sitting flush on it. So far, it has been a pleasure to vape with. All of your 25 mm atomizers will fit with absolutely no overhang. The top plate is held in place by two-star screws.

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The whole body of the mod looks like it is a 3D-printed mod, however, Tesla has assured me that it is not. It is some sort of combination ABS and polycarbonate material. With the screen facing you on the left side, there is some Tesla branding molded into the side of the mod. Depending on what color you order, the branding will be more or less prominent. On my model, it looks very subtle. My mod is lime green with a zombie splatter on it. I have to say that I really like the feel of the mod and the finish is just fantastic. It looks like it’s going to be a very durable mod despite how light it actually is.

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The battery door is held into place with tabs that click into the battery tray. I have seen other versions of this mod that have a slightly different battery door. Those versions had a magnetic battery door, mine does not. Since my model was acquired after the World Vapor Expo in Miami, I am going to assume that I have the latest version. So I believe that the door that I have on my mod is the one that Tesla is going to use going forward. The nice thing about the battery door is you can put it on either way and it will fit. The proper way to have it on though is with the venting holes of the battery door towards the top of the mod. The battery door is made out of the same material as the rest of the mod. It is a very light plastic with a nice flex to it.

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The battery tray is made out of the same exact materials as the rest of the mod, too. It is held in place by four Phillips head screws that are deeply embedded into the tray itself. The bottom contacts on the battery tray are gold plated and button style. The top contacts are also gold plated but they are spring loaded. There is no battery strap, but to be honest, you really don’t need one because this battery tray is extremely well designed. There is plenty of room on the sides of the tray to grasp your batteries and pull them out. Getting my batteries in and out of the WYE mod has never been an issue. I have experienced absolutely no battery rattle and when you do snap the battery door into place, it gives off a very satisfying click. My one worry about this type of battery door is that since it is plastic rubbing against plastic, sooner or later, those tabs are going to wear down. So far, it has not been an issue but I can see it being one in the future. I would have liked to have seen the tabs on the door backed up by some magnets from a longevity standpoint.

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Along the front of the WYE, we have an oversized fire button that is circular in shape. It is made out of the same exact material as the rest of the mod and it does match rather nicely. It does look like it belongs on the mod as it is not too big and not too small. I think the size of the firing button for the WYE is just right. It is very easy to find and it has a clicky tactile feel to it that is very responsive. It does have a slightly convex shape to it which makes using it a real pleasure.

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Right below the firing button, we do have the screen of the WYE. Information included on the screen is the resistance, voltage, wattage, preheat, material, battery meter, battery percentage, and memory slot. The screen is laid out very nicely but the font is a little on the blocky side. The font is also on the small side so sometimes, in order to see certain things on the screen, you do have to look closely. While it’s not the best screen out on the market today, it’s definitely not the worst either. As a matter of fact, at this price point, it is to be expected. It does do well in all lighting conditions including outdoors.

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Right below the screen, we do have the plus and minus buttons. It is one rocker style button with an oval shape to it at the end. The plus button is on the right and the minus button is on the left. They are not clearly marked but they do have a nice, clicky, tactile feel to them. This mod does scroll in half-watt increments and it does scroll very fast. Right below the plus-minus button, we have the charge update port. This mod is firmware upgradeable. I have not been able to confirm at how many amps this mod charges at. For the purposes of this review, I’ll assume that it’s at 1 amp. If it was 2 amps, then they probably would have listed it as a feature.

On the both sides of the screen, we do have some board venting. There are four cyclops-shaped slots that seem to have some type of mesh or screening behind them. It is a really nice touch and it definitely breaks up the mod as far as aesthetics go. On the bottom of the mod, there is some Tesla branding as well as two-star screws that hold the bottom plate in place.

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Tesla WYE Review

I have to say that I am really very impressed with the weight, finish, and texture of this mod. It is extremely well done. It is so light for a dual 18650 mod that it is actually a pleasure to carry around. Whenever I go out, I always find myself grabbing this mod first. Mainly because I get the benefit of a dual 18650 mod without the hassle of having some big clunky thing to keep in my pocket. Very well done Tesla. I know a lot of people are going to say that it looks a lot like the Boxer mod by Ginger Vaper. Yes, it absolutely does, but who really cares? All of these mods, all look alike in their respective subcategories. Ginger Vaper doesn’t have a lock on this form factor. Not only that but with the Tesla WYE mod, you can get that same type of look at a substantial discount. This mod is nowhere near the price of the Boxer mod yet it has a very similar look. If we are comparing looks, you could also say that it looks very similar to the Asmodus Minikin V2. It just happens to be a hair bigger. The point is, at some point in time, all of these mods start to look the same. So for me, personally, it is really not an issue.

THE LOOK, FEEL, AND GENERAL AESTHETICS OF THE MOD:

I have to say that I really enjoyed the time that I spent with the Tesla WYE. It is an absolutely awesome form factor in an extremely light package. This is one pocketable mod. I have found myself using this mod a lot when I step out of the house. I really like the fact that I can have dual 18650 power in an extremely lightweight package. I love the finish on the WYE mod. The texture of it is has a light rubbery feel that is almost like a Vapor Shark mod. It doesn’t have quite as rubbery feel as that type of finish but it is definitely close. It feels great in the hand and so far, I have had this mod for a month or so and the color and finish look exactly like it did when I took it out of the box. Just a fantastic form factor with an outstanding finish. Tesla says that the mod is actually made out of an ABS and Polycarbonate blend that is heat resistant.

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THE BOARD:

The Tesla WYE uses a proprietary board by Tesla. This board is supposed to be capable of 200 watts and it has a temperature range of 200 to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. It does have a minimum resistance of .1 ohms. Of course, there is a full temperature control suite and it will TC and Ni, Ti, and SS. It also has three memory slots for those of you who use the TCR settings. There is also three preheat settings that are soft, medium, and hard. There is also a curve feature available in power mode only. The preheat settings work very and I do find myself using them a lot in most situations. I’m not a big wattage curve guy but I did test it and it does work well.

THE MENU SYSTEM:

  • Click the fire button 5 times to turn the mod on and off
  • Hold down the minus button with the fire button to lock the keys
  • Click the fire button three times to have access to all the settings
  • Once you have access, use the +/- to scroll through the settings
  • Once you find the setting you want to adjust, click the fire button to select that setting.
  • Once you select the setting, you want to adjust use the plus minus button to make adjustments

This is an extremely simple and very intuitive menu system. You can literally sit down with this mod for 2 minutes and figure it out without looking at the instruction booklet. The menu system on the WYE is just extremely well done and very user-friendly.

HOW DOES IT VAPE:

This is a really nice mod and to be honest, I have no idea why it’s not getting the love it should get in the vaping community. It is super light and it works like a champ. It is very accurate in power mode up to about 160 watts. I mean, let’s face it, when we see a dual 18650 mod claiming 200 watts, most of us know that is just not going to happen. I vaped it next to my Lost Vape Triade with my Smok TFV12 tank and I had a 200 watt coil installed. There is no way this thing is cranking out 200 watts. I say 160 watts, tops. I just wish companies would be honest about that. Believe me Tesla, the educated vapers know.

TC mode is definitely okay. It’s not the greatest when it comes to temperature control vaping but I have to say that I’ve had a lot worse. It’s definitely better than any Smok mod I have ever used when it comes to TC. One thing’s for sure, the little bit of sacrifice that you have to put up with in TC mode when compared to the look, feel, fit, and finish is absolutely fine to me, especially at this price point. I think this not being the greatest TC mod of all is definitely worth that sacrifice when you weigh in the the pros of this mod. I find myself carrying this mod all of the time. I just like the way it vapes and I love the form factor coupled with the feather-like weight of this mod. If you find a small tank that you really enjoy and you put it on top of this mod, you will have one very light dual 18650 setup.

WHAT WOULD MAKE IT BETTER:

  • TC could have been tweaked
  • Centered 510 connection

If you have gotten this far in this review, I’m sure you have realized that I don’t think there is a lot wrong with the Tesla WYE. Aside from the TC not being the greatest, it is a great performing mod at a great price point. Who knows? Maybe Tesla will tweak the TC with an update. If they did, that that would be a huge win. The only other thing that I think could have made this mod better is if Tesla would have went ahead and centered the 510. I think on a mod with this type of form factor and its extreme lightness, it would have benefited greatly from a centered 510. If they did that, it would have been absolutely awesome. Other than that, the Tesla WYE really doesn’t give its user a lot to complain about.

CONCLUSION:

If you are looking for an all-day carry mod that you can slap dual 18650 batteries into, then you don’t need to look any further. The Tesla WYE is your ticket. Not only is this mod extremely light for its form factor but it also has a really nice finish. You will love holding this mod in your hand. It really does feel that good. It definitely got some good performance to it and I do find myself using it quite often. To be honest, I probably should have retired this mod weeks ago with all the new stuff that I have coming in. I do have mods that vape just as well, if not better, yet I am still using my WYE. I can’t seem to bring myself to retire it because I just love the lightness of it. It is a mod that I use on a daily basis and that I carry around with me when I am commuting. So, if that’s the type of mod that you were looking for, then the Tesla WYE is DeucesJack approved. Go get yourself one and lighten up your vape load.

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Smok AL85 Review: Compact, Comfortable and an Excellent Performer

Dragon AL85 Mod Review

The Smok Alien Box Mod became extremely popular when it first released last year and still continues to be a favorite dual 18650 box mod for many vapers. Smok has now recently released the Smok AL85 Mod, which many vapers call the “Baby Alien” due to its similar design to the original Alien Box Mod. However, this new device sports a much more compact design, and requires only a single high drain 18650 battery. How does it compare to the rest of the single 18650 devices on the market? We’ll find out in this review!

Before getting any further, I would like to thank CVapor for sending this out to me for the purposes of this review. I will go over my first impressions, usage, performance, pros & cons, and conclude with whether or not I recommend the Smok AL85 Mod!

Smok AL85 Review: First Impressions, Usage and Performance

Out of the Box

When I first received the Smok AL85 Mod, I immediately noticed the familiar Smok packaging. Many Smok atomizers and devices come in a rather large box, and this one is no different. This by no means is a bad thing, as Smok’s packaging is actually really good, and it keeps whatever device or atomizer safe during transit. Upon sliding opening the packaging, you are greeted with the Smok AL85 Mod right away.

What first seeing the device, my first thought was that this box mod was tiny, and much smaller than what I originally expected. Typically, single 18650 box mods are smaller due to only requiring one battery, but the Smok AL85 really is quite tiny. It might be that I have been using dual, triple and quad 18650 box mods for quite some time, but still I do like the compact form factor of this device. This is surely a pro in my book!

This does feature a similar design to the Eleaf iStick Pico, where the battery is inserted at the top of the mod rather than the bottom or side. In addition, it does feature a threaded cap as well, which is also similar to the iStick Pico. However, the Smok AL85 is not the same size as the Pico, as this device can accommodate atomizers up to 25mm with no issues, which is a huge pro, in my opinion, especially seeing that newer atomizers are either 24mm or 25mm.

Included in the packaging you don’t really receive much as to be expected. With the Smok AL85 Mod, you do receive a USB Charging Cable and a User Manual.

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When first holding the Smok Al85, it immediately felt comfortable to hold. This device does feature a side firing bar just like the Smok Alien, but is much smaller of course due to its smaller form factor. I did receive the Black and Red color, but there are a variety of other colors to choose from such as Silver, Gunmetal and more.

The wattage up and wattage down buttons are on the front of the device, right below the screen. Speaking about the screen, it is quite large for such a small device, which I do think is a pro. I personally like larger screens with tons of information, but this is subjective as some vapers may prefer a simple screen with minimal information. The micro USB port is located on the side of the device, which is yet again another pro.

The overall fit and finish of the Smok AL85 Mod are also very good, especially considering its price. The fire button is nice and clicky, which is something I do prefer as well. However, I do want to mention that the threading for the battery cover could be better, as it is a bit rough. Not the worst con, but still something definitely worth mentioning.

All in all, my first impressions of the Smok AL85 Mod was great! The form factor of this device is perfect for a single 18650 box mod, which makes it travel-friendly!

Usage

As mentioned previously, the Smok AL85 Mod does require a single high drain 18650 battery for operation. With a 18650 battery installed, this device is still quite light, which makes it great for throwing it in your pocket or purse, especially when you factor in its size! Honestly, you will have zero issues traveling with this device.

All of the atomizers I attached on this device made a connection and fire with no issues, even atomizers with longer 510 pins. In addition, atomizers up to 25mm look great on this device, which I think is a huge pro to this device, and may be something that many vapers look at when looking for a single 18650 device. With 25mm atomizers, there was a very slight hangover, but honestly, it’s very difficult to even spot, and you probably wouldn’t notice it.

Navigating through the Smok AL85 Mod’s menu system is incredibly easy as well. Five clicks will turn this device on as with most other devices on the market. However, five clicks while this device is on will lock and unlock it. To enter the menu, all you have to do is click the fire button 3 times, and you can scroll through it using the wattage up and down buttons. Simply long press the fire button to select something specific from the menu and you can go from there!

Also, you can turn the device completely off from this menu by navigating to “power”. If you’re familiar with the original Alien or any other Smok device, then you’ll have no issues with the Smok AL85.

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The display screen is large as mentioned before, so it makes reading this screen very easy. Not to mention, the screen itself is quite bright, which is a pro in my book. When you do press the fire button, it does light up just a bit than normal which is seen with many other mods on the market.

Using this as a daily driver for a few weeks, I noticed zero issues with the paint. I know this was an issue with the original Alien, but I have no issues in regards to the paint on the Smok AL85. However, this can of course change over time, so I will certainly update if the paint does start to chip or wear off.

All in all, using this device has been a pleasure. It is extremely pocket-friendly, and is simply a joy to use, especially with its simple menu system!

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Performance

The Smok AL85 Mod does have a maximum wattage output of 85w, which is quite high when considering this utilizes only a single high drain 18650 battery. Now I do not have the equipment to test how accurate this is, but I can definitely say when you vape this device at its maximum 85w, it certainly feels like it. I was actually surprised by its power delivery as well. As soon as you hit the fire button, it fires instantaneously with no firing delay whatsoever, which is a huge pro! I know many vapers hate when there is a delay when hitting the fire button as it can become quite annoying at times.

This box mod does feature temperature control for Ni200, Ti and SS wires. You can easily access the temperature control settings by entering the menu with 3 clicks, as mentioned previously. When vaping this device in stainless steel temperature control mode, it worked just fine. I did have to adjust it for SS316, which is not a big issue. Is it as good as say a DNA200/DNA250 device or YiHi device, certainly not in my opinion and that’s to be expected.

However, for the price, it works pretty great as I never experienced a dry hit and the temperature change you can definitely feel. Also, it is worth mentioning that this device is firmware upgradeable, so if there is an update to improve anything, you can do so rather quickly, which is another huge pro.

Just like other Smok devices, this box mod does feature soft, normal and hard firing modes. The hard mode is great, especially with Clapton coil builds since they do require a bit more wattage to get ramped up. I did see myself using the “hard” firing mode often with these types of coil builds. I did not really use “soft” mode that often, but it does work.

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Since the Smok AL85 Mod requires only a single high drain 18650 battery, you won’t be getting incredible battery life. Of course, this can be determined by the resistance of your build and wattage you vape at. When vaping around 45w and 60w, I can easily get a few hours with a Sony VTC6 3000 mAh 18650 battery. When vaping at lower wattages, such as 30w to 40w, I can get about 4 hours of vaping on and off, which is pretty good for a single battery.

This device does drain your battery down to about 3.4v – 3.5v, which is where I like to take out my batteries and charge them. When your battery is drained, it will give you a weak battery/low battery warning, and it will not fire, which I do think is a good thing, since it does protect your battery from draining too low.

All in all, the performance is excellent! The power delivery of this device was quite impressive, and everything just worked great with no issues!

Specifications:

  • Requires a single high drain 18650 battery (Not Included)
  • Maximum Wattage Output: 85w
  • Temperature Control (Ni200, Ti, SS)
  • Minimum Firing Resistance: 0.1 ohm (VW), 0.06 ohm (TC)
  • Firmware Upgradeable
  • Threaded Battery Cap
  • Compact & Lightweight Design
  • Includes Micro USB Cable for Charging/Upgrading
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Side Firing Bar
  • Large OLED Display Screen
  • Accommodates up to 25mm in diameter atomizers
  • Ergonomic Design
  • Variety of Colors Available

Pros

  • Solid build quality
  • Maximum Wattage Output of 85w
  • Compact design
  • Comfortable to hold and use
  • Travel-friendly
  • Easy to use
  • Can fit atomizers up to 25mm in diameter
  • Firmware upgradeable
  • Many safety features

Cons

  • Can go through battery life quickly when vaping at higher wattages
  • Battery cap threading is a bit rough
  • Drains your battery down to 3.4v – 3.5v and not any lower (subjective)

Conclusion

In conclusion, the Smok AL85 Mod or Baby Alien as some vapers would say is an excellent performing single 18650 box mod. It offers tons of features, and best of all it is firmware upgradeable, so you’ll always be up to date with this device! Not to mention, it’s extremely compact and lightweight design makes it great for taking out with you whether in your pocket or purse! Plus, it keeps a similar design to its bigger brother, the Alien Box Mod, which many vapers love!

Even though this mod does have some minor cons to it, it really doesn’t bother me at all, as I see myself reaching for this “baby” time and time again. It simply performs well and just feels great in the hands.

I honestly don’t have anything really bad to say about this device, as it surpassed my expectations. Like mentioned previously, I will update if I do notice the paint chipping or wearing off, as I know this may be a question that can come up. However, with a few weeks of usage, this device is still in mint condition.

All in all, the Smok AL85 Mod is a great all around box mod. If you’re looking for a compact single 18650 box mod and a fan of the original Alien design, then I can easily recommend the Smok AL85.

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Smok Skyhook RDTA Box Review – + Video By TheDevilVaper

The Skyhook RDTA Box is one of many new devices by Smok. But how did I get on with it?

Today we are looking at the Smok Skyhook RDTA Box which is a 220w device that uses 2 18650 batteries. It also features an in-built 9ml tank.Smok is a company based in China and have been operating since 2010.

They have released products such as the TFV4, TFV8 and TFV12 Tanks, along with devices such as the X-Cube Ultra and more recently, the OSUB 40w and Alien box mod.

What’s In The Box

    • 1 X Skyhook RDTA Box Device
    • 1 X Micro USB Charge/Upgrade Cable
    • Spare Airflow Barrel
    • Rubber Bung for Single Coil Option
    • Bag of Spare O-Rings and Screws
    • Instruction Manual
    • Warranty/QC Card
    • Battery Safety card

Features

  • Output Power: 6w-220w
  • 9ml Internal Juice Reservoir
  • Temperature Control (Ni/Ti/SS/TCR)
  • 2 x 18650 Powered (not included)
  • Resistance: 0.1-3Ω (VW) 0.06-3.0Ω (TC)
  • Material: Stainless Steel
  • 6 Colours
  • 130 x 5 x 30.5mm

Build Quality & Design

The Skyhook RDTA Box comes in six different finishes. The one I have is black and gunmetal and these two colours pair up nicely.

Overall, it has a solid feel to it, but I feel that the fake carbon fibre panel cheapens it slightly.

The Atomiser

On top of the device is the atomiser and a filling port that hides away the 9ml internal tank.

The atomiser has a dual post “velocity style” deck that uses allen key grub screws to secure your coils.

You also have the airflow options of bottom, side or a combination of the two when using one of the two different airflow rings included in the kit and by twisting the drip tip.

The deck is large enough to fit some pretty big coils on, so the main restriction you’ll have when building will be the holes in the posts.

The deck can also be used in single coil mode using the included bung that blocks off one side of the deck.

Both the atomiser and the cap for the reservoir screw on nice and easily without any sticking or squeaking.

How To Fill The SMOK Skyhook RDTA

  1. Unscrew the cap marked with an e-juice dripper
  2. Add your e-juice
  3. Screw the cap back on and let the wick soak up the juice for 5 minutes
  4. You can see the juice capacity in the window on the topside of the modHow To Fill The SMOK Skyhook RDTA

Wicking is extremely easy, just put the wick through your coils, remove the deck from the device and pull the wicks through the bottom of the deck and leave roughly 10-15mm dangling into the tank.

The level of the internal 9ml tank can be viewed through a little cut out in the side of the device, it is not overly accurate but it gives you a rough idea of how much e-liquid you have left.

The Screen

The 0.96 inch OLED screen on the front is extremely easy to read in all lighting conditions and it displays a mass of information including the wattage, voltage, and resistance. Along with extra values such as the PCB temperature, puff counter and amp draw.Skyhook RDTA OLED screen

Definitely good for those who like to keep an eye on what they are doing.

The + and – buttons are located on the front of the device and have a firm, clicky feel to them.

The fire button is more of a bar which runs down the whole side of the device. Instead of finding a single button, a simple squeeze of the hand is all you need to fire the device.

None of the buttons rattle on my device whilst giving it a rigorous shake.

It is a great size and fits nicely in the hand!

Below the + and – buttons is the micro USB charge/upgrade port.

I personally wouldn’t suggest using this to charge your batteries. A separate external charger will be better for your batteries, but this is down to my personal preference.

The Bad Bit…

IT LEAKS (or leaked) LIKE A SIEVE.

From the top of the viewing window and out of the bottom of the device.

After taking apart the device to investigate, I found that this was due to the lack of a seal between the tank and the top of the device.

So I cleaned the e-liquid up, applied some silicone sealant and left it to cure for 48 hours.

This has fixed the issue, BUT this shouldn’t be an issue. I can only put this down to either a faulty batch or it missed the QC process.

I was able to identify and fix the issue quickly, but your average Joe may not be able to do so, which may result in the device being returned to the vendor.

Also, after some research across the internet, I found that this is not an issue with just my device, others have experienced the same problem but it isn’t overly common.

I looked at other Skyhook RDTA Boxes, and the way to identify whether you may experience this issue is to look into the e-liquid filling port.

If you see a translucent glue around the edges, your device shouldn’t leak.

All I would advise is to check with the vendor that your device comes with a warranty if any faults should arise.

How Does The Skyhook RDTA Box Perform?

Variable Wattage Mode

You have a usable wattage of 6 to 220w out of this device.

I personally use it around the 100w level using the coils included with the kit.

When using wattages exceeding roughly 150w, the hit seems to lack a punch ever so slightly, but as I rarely use the device at this level, it’s not a massive issue to me.

You also have three different preheat functions.

  • Hard
  • Normal
  • Soft.

Soft didn’t seem to help ramp the coils up quick enough, so I would suggest using Hard or Normal depending on what build you are using.

Temp Control

Although I’m not a regular user of TC, the Stainless steel temperature control mode works very well and performs greatly in a dry cotton burn test, even up to 315c.

All I got was a slight yellowing to the wick before the protection kicked in.

Battery Life

Whilst using the included coils that came out to 0.3ohms, at an average of 100w, I was getting roughly a day out of a pair of Samsung 25Rs.

Obviously with different builds and wattages, the battery life will change.

What I Like

The SMOK Skyhook RDTA box is exactly how I would have changed the Alien to make it better, but without the 510 connector on top and the 9ml tank.

It fits nicely in the hand, the menu system is easy to navigate, the atomiser is easy to build on and it produces some acceptable flavour once it’s built correctly.

The option a single coil mode is a great extra. The bung works well without having to worry about any e-liquid leaking out.

What I Dislike

The original leaking issue I had. This should not happen at all with devices like this.

Liquid and electricity does not mix. Yes, it’s fortunate that I was able to fix the issue, but I shouldn’t have to.

A device should come ready to use, in full working order, straight out of the box.

Obviously with the mass production of these devices, some may slip through the net with issues, but it generally shouldn’t happen.

The lack of 510 connector. Yes, I know it’s an all in one device, but a 510 adapter would be a great option so the user can put their own atomiser on, rather than being stuck with the one included.

Final Review Verdict

Overall the Smok Skyhook RDTA is a great device despite the issues I had with the leaking.

But once this was fixed, it is great to use. It looks great, it preforms great for me and it doesn’t zap through the battery as quickly as I thought it would.

Yes and no.

I like it, but not enough to buy another one if it broke (again). But with the amount of mods that Smok are churning out lately, I’m sure that a Skyhook Baby or something will be in the pipeline.

If this was to happen, possibly an 80w chip and 5ml capacity is what I think we’ll be seeing.

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Geekvape Creed RTA Review: The All Chucking, All Flavour Punching King Of The RTA World Has Arrived!

geekvape creed rta main

Introduction – The Creed RTA By Geekvape

The Geekvape Creed RTA is from a brand that, over the past 3 or 4 years, has become one of the most respected household names in vaping, with sleek, innovative and utterly stylish devices, one thing this brand almost always delivers is Cloud. Oh wait, there’s a second thing too…flavour!

Now, Geekvape has delivered some of this and last years most popular, can’t-put-down gear. The Aegis and Aegis Mini Kits, the Nova Kit and, amongst some of the best RTAs around, the incredible Ammit and Zeus Dual tanks.

Now, this week’s item for review is set to in the ranks of these RTA superstars…it’s the Creed RTA, it’s big, it’s slick, it’s bad ass and it has an innovative deck cap array for changing the inner airflow dynamics of the tank.

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What’s In The Box

  • Geekvape Creed RTA
  • Spare glass
  • Spare parts
  • Allen key
  • 510 drip tip
  • 810 drip tip
  • User manual
  • Airflow chambergeekvape creed rta main contents

Features

  • Size:50x25mm
  • Capacity: 4.5ml (spare glass), 6.5ml (Bubble glass)
  • 3 way interchangeable airflow system
  • Easy to build deck for single or dual coils
  • Top fill

Build Quality and Design

I’m not gonna lie, I find the Geekvape Creed RTA to be particularly sexy and if it was a boy, I would make out with it immediately and while sober. I’ve been wondering when I would get some good use out of my massive, old, iJoy Maxo Zenith mod, which is a beast but too bulky for most tanks.geekvape creed rta main mod

I was delighted to find that the blasted silver grey finish of my CREED tank compliments the brushed stainless of the Zenith and the two look absolutely pristine together. Every time I take that set up out of my bag, people nearby gasp and say WTF!!!

Base

The base of this utterly large RTA has a neat, gold plated, removable 510 connection at the bottom.

Starting at the base we have a 6mm wide airflow ring, the whole of which tapers delicately out to follow the smooth and slight bulge of the tank (which becomes a massive bulge if you have the bubble glass on).geekvape creed rta main exploded

The ring moves incredibly smoothly, not a single catch, has 6 fine vertical grooves in it by way of knurling and has two 1cm long airflow slots which provide a smooth AF and highly adjustable DL airflow.

Through the massive, 6.5 ml bubble glass extension which comes installed on the tank, a one piece, sandblast finish, neat chimney and deck chamber cover can be seen, with CREED printed on it in big mean looking print.

Top Cap

Every bit of space has been used here for that juice tank, with a top cap that consists of an Uber-thin base and an upward sloping, really top class looking, cog-notched unscrewable top cover.

The stylish looking top cap has perfectly machined recess for fitting your perfect, stainless steel ring based, orange ultem, 810 drip tip.geekvape creed rta airflow caps

The recess has an o-ring embedded in so that the drip tip won’t require one. Its excellently made and fitting and removing is not too hard and not too easy, just right!

Breaking down the tank is easy, thanks to perfect machining and well decent o-rings, but the top cap has trouble coming away from the bubbles glass, due to the o-ring getting stuck so you have to stick your finger in the chimney and push it from that side.

Deck

Once you’ve revealed the deck, you’ll find a really thoughtfully designed, dual post system for two coils, with two well threaded, beefy screws at the post tops so you can unscrew from the top.

There is a silicon stopper included in case you want to use this deck with one coil instead.

What makes me say the deck is thoughtfully designed is the way the posts have been cut away at the bottom on either side. It creates room for you to run a full and fluffy wick down through the holes in the raised base, so that they get to soak up that yummy juice from the bottom.geekvape creed rta main hand

Two huge airflow holes sit directly under the placement for each coil and the three included internal deck caps each feature a different perforation system so that your airflow dynamic will be altered inside the deck chamber.

Interchangeable Airflow Caps

The caps are snug and will require you to cut down on your wraps if your using heavy coiling wire.

Once fitted, cover one restricts the airflow, pulling it up and through the coils.

Cover two has 8 holes in either side and what it does is divert the airflow so that instead of hitting the coils from below and over, it comes out the opening at the bottom of the cover and back in through the holes at the side, maximising flavour.

Cover three does the same thing but this time with a series of vertical slits which give a different feel to the airflow, making it more restricted than the coverless deck but also more flavoursome.

These airflow caps are a very, very nice touch.geekvape creed rta main deck

All in all, this RTA looks the absolute business, slick as f*** on larger mods and…since I dropped my mod and broke the bubble glass getting out of a car, I’ve found the tube glass to look particularly fly. Besides, the bubble glass was just massive and good juice, as you know, is scarce.

Accessories

Well, Geekvape has spared no expense on accessories here, with an extra, 510 delrin tip, plus a disposable plastic one for when weirdos wanna suck on your things, these funky airflow caps, all your spares and a pair of decent looking fused claptons.

How Does The Geekvape Creed RTA Perform?

Well, that’s easy, it performs like the best damn RTA you ever vaped in your life.

Now, provided you lay those coils well, without shorting on the deck covers and your wick is full but not too full, you’re in for one of the smoothest, most powerful, most utterly flavourlicious RTA vapes you could ever hope to have.

geekvape creed rta main hand 2I find the airflow covers to be particularly effective, especially if you like a rich, warm, flavourful vape and you like to play around with unique airflow feels, as each one effects that ‘feel’ and flavour in its own way.

The drip tip is comfortable and the heat distribution such that the top stays cool as ice, even when you’re firing at 100W or, as my Zenith is voltage only, at 6-7 insanely hot volts, just to frighten passers by.

It’s just one of those wonderful situations where you’re searching for a single, tiny flaw like a leak or a splutter to bitch about but the beastie just impresses the hell out of you 24/7.

This is a killer RTA, with unparalleled flavour and vapour production and a level of airflow diversity that will actually delight you.

How To Fill

  • Unscrew the top cap
  • Fill through one of the ample fill portsgeekvape creed rta main fill

Ease of build

While the post configuration, terminal port sizes and massive screw heads make this deck an ease to install two nice fat coils in, the problem comes in if you intend to try out the little airflow caps as they fit, just, just around the deck.

I’m not complaining but fitting the included coils to sit right with my big wick…I wiggled those coils around so much that eventually I just decided roll my own fused captions, four wraps on a low setting so that I could space them slightly and still sit well within the cover perimeter.

Laying the wick was a treat and, after letting that baby soak for the first time I was simply blown away by the smoothness, the flavour and the vapour production.geekvape creed rta main build

Pros

  • Beautiful solid machining and design
  • A variety of effective airflow options
  • Massive tank capacity
  • Accommodating wicking system
  • Supernatural airflow
  • Absolutely over the top vapour production
  • Absolutely over the top Flavour production

Cons

  • The airflow caps sit tight and can make fitting a high wrapped coil very tricky

Final Review Verdict

No question, the Geekvape Creed is the best RTA I’ve seen from this brand or any other.

It’s big, its smooth, it chucks cloud and it offers you a wide array of really effective airflow options.

It’s sexy, it’s sleek, it has a cool name and any vape experienced enough to position their coils patiently will be very, very glad that they bought the Geekvape Creed RTA.

I’m currently vaping 0.12 ohms of Clapton at 4.2 volts and have to wait for the cumulonimbus vapours to clear before I can reach my keyboard again…go and buy one, it delivers.

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Would I buy the Geekvape Creed RTA if I lost/broke the device? Absolutely

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SMOK MAG Kit Review: Trigger Happy With This High Powered Hard Hitter!

Introduction – The The MAG 225W TC Kit By Smok

Well, no doubt the name Smok rings all kinds of bells if you’ve ever visited a vaping shop online or in the mall…they’re a household vaping name, known for killer tanks like the TFV8 Baby Beast, the TFV12 Cloud Beast and the beautiful TFV12 Prince, which actually forms a very fitting part of the novel and rather ‘gangsta’ kit I’ll be reviewing today…the SMOK Mag 225W TC Kit.

Now, Smoktech has come up with a long string of successful mods which offer high wattage performance, striking visual elements and outstanding ergonomics but…I gotta say that the SMOK Mag 225W TC Mod is in a league of its own.

Ergonomically, it is unrivalled, although it’s heavy and solid enough to take a mofo down with one fell swoop if you feel so inclined.

Now, you may mark my aggressive allusions with disdain but really, it’s all well within theme with the MAG mod, since it’s clearly and very effectively fashioned in the form of a handgun grip, it’s actually kinda freaky.

Seriously though, reloading and locking your battery chamber in preparation to do a hit (that won’t actually send you to the slammer), pulling the trigger: well, dang! It’s just interesting.

Truth be told, I’m not a gun lover by any means and when I first laid eyes on this strange kit I thought it particularly ridiculous since it really is not a very streamlined design, visually speaking. It’s flash as *&%#, it’s over the top X 2 but man oh man does it sit well in the hand and fire like…a gun.

What’s In The Box

  • 1 x May Mod
  • TFV12 Prince Tank
  • Preinstalled V12 Prince Q4 Quadruple coils, 0.4 ohm
  • 1 x V12 Prince T10 Decuple Coils, 0.12 ohm
  • Replacement glass
  • USB cable
  • User manual
  • screwdriver and bag of spares
smok mag 225w kit contents

Features Mod

  • dimensions 92 x 65 x 30 x 265 mm
  • Wattage range 6-225 W
  • Voltage 0.5 to 9 V/li>
  • resistance range: 0.1 to 3 ohm in VW and 0.05 to 3 ohm in TC
  • Temp range 200F to 600F and 100C to 315C
  • Weight 265 g
  • Standby current <500uA

Features Tank

  • 63 x 28 mm
  • 8 ml capacity (2ml for TPD countries)
  • stainless steel
  • 60 g
  • 510 threaded
  • lock and swivel top cap
  • top fill
  • cobra drip tip

Build Quality & Design

Well, on opening this standard black Smok box, one thing comes clear…this mod most certainly looks like a gun grip, what more can really be said. It’s busy and it’s rather weird.dragon-mag-225W-front

The Mag comes in a range of awesome colours, purple, pink, red, silver, blue, green, gold, two toned black and red and black, white, rainbow and more.

I’ve seen a red skull and a rainbow blue that look absolutely berserk. Also, the mod has a full range of unique colour options for both the left and right handed versions (yes, Smok really thought this one through) and there’s something there that will catch the eye of absolutely anyone.

It runs on a pair of 18650 batteries which, with the help of a flower shaped silver knob, which you press with gusto, will drop out the bottom of the grip just like a gun clip.

To my (and surely everyone’s) infinite satisfaction, reloading makes a killer ‘cha-cha-ching, wamb’ noise as you reload. It honestly sounds like a gun…I am well-pleased by this but it makes me want to keep taking the batteries out for no reason.smok mag 225w kit battery chamber

Now, I received the black version with red inlays, in the base side panel, the trigger (fire button), the up and down adjustment buttons below the massive screen and the base of the battery chamber and mod (same thing).

The massive, bulky mod itself weighs 265g without cells and the Prince TFV12, a further 60 grams, which definitely adds to the GUN feel of the kit.

Battery vents are six holes at the top of both larger faces of the mod and they’re set within two tapering rows of decorative indentations in classic Smok style. The inner grip inlay, where your palm rests, is adorned with 5 more, big, round air vents.smok mag 225w kit side

The 510 connection is deep and springy and surrounded by a protective steel tank seating. The 510 sits in the middle of the upper surface, which, I must say, looks a little unbalanced, I’d have liked to see this 510 slightly off to the side. Take a look at the pics and you’ll see what I mean.

The big, full colour OLED screen is fantastically comprehensive and you can keep yourself entertained by changing the colour scheme every day of the week.

While the one larger side features the screen, battery chamber knob, adjustment buttons and charging port, the other side is rounded off with a cool, upside down L shaped carbon fibre inlay, with the Smok and Mag 225W TC branding at the bottom that side.dragon magician 225w 510

The trigger, which is not exactly what I would call clicky, as well as the grip for the rest of your fingers below it, is indented to perfection so that it feels made for your hand.

On the opposite side, the grip is shaped like a wave so that it cups the two pads at the bottom of palm like an absolute dream. The ergonomics on this one are through the roof, no one could ask for a better hand feel.

The kit includes the spectacular TFV12 Prince tank, which I’ve reviewed in full right here: and my first impression was: “awesomeness…now I have THREE princes. “Princes…princes who adore you”, anyone remember that early nineties tune?

smok mag 225w kit base

Accessories

All the necessaries are included, from screwdrivers, not actually included for tinkerers who want to take their mods apart though. The reason for inclusion is actually to tighten the flower shaped battery chamber knob in the event that it loosens slightly, which it may after extended use.

Also included are a spare glass and a spare coil head for your TFV12 Prince tank.

How Does The Smok Mag 225W TC Mod Perform?

Okay, so I’m currently vaping on my second Mag kit, since after my first shut down, I couldn’t switch my original mod back on again. It seems to be an issue with the trigger and Smok was quick to send me a replacement: hence my brotherhood of Princes.

The replacement shows some of the same issues but thankfully it always works after a few tries and I’ve no intention of shelving it anytime soon because the hand feel and performance are excellent.

The trigger just wont make contact to power on, when you quickly press it five times, especially not on the first 2 attempts… it’s a little frustrating. I usually summon my inner Jedi and focus like crazy and I usually get it switched on within about 4 attempts.

I’ve concluded that a very fast 6 click is the likeliest solution, with a 2 attempt warm up. I hope Smok will look into that because the shaky button becomes a worry when you’re out to dinner and have to ask the Force to please help you get your mod switched on so you don’t die of cloud withdrawal.May vape against page view

I needn’t say more about the joys of changing cells on this weird device, it is the business.

Now, ramp time is definitely up to Smoktech standards and I’ve had no problems covering the wattage range with ease and effectiveness on a wide array of sub-ohm tanks but I think the TFV 12 Prince is the perfect partner for this mod, it’s a killer kit.SMOK TFV12 Prince Coils

The trigger button has more of a trigger feel, with a slight click… and while it’s ideal for firing, it’s not the funnest button to try and multi-press quickly during navigation and setting and especially not during power up.

The mod boasts a full array of TC options for SS, Ni, Ti, as well as preheat settings that will see you through from soft to maximum vape usage. Having tested the TC for Ti and Ni as I usually do, I’ve had no issues and I’m confident about the accuracy of both temp and power on this one, very nice.

One thing I like about this mod is the weight and the way it stands like a bastion of vape on the desk, not likely to ever get knocked over. Indeed, you’d have to actually pick it up and put it on its side because it sits so well.

Smok Mag Kit Menu System

The menu system is easily accessed with three clicks and you can scroll through functions without too much brain work. I like the inclusion of a puff counter and six cool colour settings to change your screen up and match it to your setup.

One aspect of operation that I do find less than intuitive is the fact that Power Off is only accessible 4 items deep in your settings scroll. If the device is locked, a five second fire will switch it off but even then you’ll still have to select the yes option on your screen display to power down.

You’ll want for nothing with this mod and other than a dodgy power up, I’ve been thoroughly enjoying the performance and features on my weird, half-a-handgun MAG mod.

How To Operate

  • 5 clicks in 2s to switch on
  • 3 clicks to access the menu system
  • Scroll with up or down adjustment buttons and select with trigger
  • 5 clicks on the trigger will lock your device

How To Replace The batteries

  • Press down on the big, flower shaped, silver coloured knob, being careful to catch the ‘clip’ so it won’t drop out onto the floor
  • Place your batteries in the clip as shown by the + and – in the battery clip
  • Replace the ‘clip’ with vigour to enjoy that satisfying sound and feel, briefly, like a total badass

Battery Life

Well, given the groovy display screen and the excellent, high powered performance of this mod I must say that the battery life has held up well. Standard 7-8 hours high powered usage on this guy with 2500s.smok mag 225w kit lock and load

What I Liked

I like the fact that Smok thought out of the box on this mod, coming up with such a flashy, hardy and ergonomic design.

I also like the fact that they provide for both left-handed and right-handed uses with an incredible range of colours. I enjoy the bright, colour display which is easy to change up, as well as the sweet features which all work a charm.

I love the battery changing ritual on this mod and the fantastic TFV12 Prince tank. This mod and kit are a match made in vaping heaven. Impressed by the ramp time and great performance through the higher wattage range.

What I Dislike

Well, the faulty trigger action on startup is a bit of a letdown and I’m hoping that Smok smooths it out.

I find the trigger a bit heavy to use for fast click, 3 click and five click selections, it’s just not made for that sort of operation. I also find the power down a little cumbersome but other than that I’m very, very stoked about my MAG.

Final Review Verdict

Ever wondered what it would feel like to hold a firearm, only you don’t much like guns…well here’s a non-dangerous way to have your cake and eat it too.

The Smok Mag 225W TC Kit is totally gangsta and really just a whole lot of fun to have, even if welding it feels kind of like lifting weights. Jam packed with cool quirks and sweet features, I definitely recommend it for vape and firearm enthusiasts who’d like a durable talking piece that hits those sub-ohm coils like a boss.

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SMOK H PRIV 2 KIT REVIEW

FIRST IMPRESSION OUT OF THE BOX

What’s up everybody? Deucesjack at VapingInsider.com. I got a new one for you today. Today I got the Smok H Priv 2 Kit. let’s not waste anytime. Let’s cut down low. I’m going to go ever the tank, the mod, the menu system then we’re going tot come back on top. We’ll do cons and pros and we’re out of here. See you down low.

WHAT’S IN THE BOX

  • 1 H-PRIV 2 225W Box Mod
  • 1 SMOK TFV12 Big Baby Prince Tank
  • 1 0.4ohm V8 Baby-Q4 Quadruple Coil
  • 1 0.15ohm V8 Baby-T12 Duodecuple Coil
  • 1 Spare Glass Tube
  • 1 MicroUSB Cable
  • Spare Parts & O-Rings
  • Instructional Manual

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

Alright everyone, welcome to the downlow portion of this video. Today we’re going over the Smok H Priv 2 Kit. here is the packaging you will receive it in. There’s little barcode there for an App. on the back, they got a little bit of scratch and sniff over there. On the back here, you’ll see that the kit includes 1 H Priv 2 mod, a TFV12 Big Baby Prince tank. Boy that’s a mouthful. You also get 1.4 ohm quadruple coil preinstalled. You also get .15 ohm Duodecuple coil. I guess that’s how you say it. I’m not sure. Seems like a big name for a little coil. You got a replacement glass, USB cable, user manual and spare parts.

Let’s open this bad boy up and see what we have here. Here we go. Top of the box comes off likeso. Look at that. That is one beautiful mod. Let’s put it to the side for a second. Let’s put out the foam insert. Of course underneath the foam insert, we have all the books and crap. Battery safety card, file that to the side, user manual, file that to the side, some tasty silica gel, get rid of that, and we have a warranty card with a QC verification. Get rid of that.

One thing I’m a little surprised at, normally with Smok mod, I get a black cable, this one almost looks like a Vaporesso cable. Really nice high quality one. I like it. Good job on that, Smok.

We got some spare parts here. Here are some spare O rings, some spare gaskets, some more O rings, here is your spare glass. Tnk comes preinstalled with a bubble glass but this is a straight glass.

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FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

THE TANK

Now, let’s take a look at the tank. This is the TFV12 Big Baby tank. I hope I said that right. I think so. Nice drip tip. Kind of got that snakeskin honeycomb thing going on. They did a nice job on the drip tip. Typical Smok drip tip. 2 O rings on the side like that. It’s an 810 style drip tip. But you need the ones with the o rings on the outside not the ones where your o rings are on the inside. Nice deep juice cup there. Locking mechanism on top. Slider style, slide it open. There is your fill port right there. You get an extra gasket with it. I really like that locking mechanism right there. Clear markings as to where you open it there. You see the ‘Open’ right there. I don’t know if you could see that on camera because it’s dark.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

On the bottom, we have bottom airflow. Nice smooth AFC tolerance. Stoppers on both sides, whatever you adjust on one side happens on the other. On the bottom of the tank we have some Smok branding. 510 pin, insulator ring around it. Looks like a stainless steel 510 pin, stainless steel threading around the edges. Very smooth, it sat on all my other tanks flush.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

If you want to take it apart, you simply give the base a twist and you’ll see the coil comes out with the base. This is the .15 ohm coil, good for 50 to 90 watts. Best rating of 60 to 80. Nice big coil. Plenty of wire in there, plenty of cotton. Threading on the coil is very smooth. I had it in there pretty tight. There is the base right there. Smok always does a good job on their tanks. I know they get a lot of hate but they do do a good job on it. I apologize for using a juice up coil in this demonstration but when I first got this, I thought I was going to be doing a written review.

A you can see, this is the .4 ohm coil, good from 30 to 65 watts. Best from 50 to 60 watts and that’s just one coil in the middle there. Definitely a mellower vape than the other coil that I just showed you. Let’s put this all back together.

THE MOD

Drip tip in, let’s zoom out a little bit and let’s put it on the mod and let’s see what we have here. First thing you’re going to notice is, this has got like an anodized type of finish to it. It is an absolute fingerprint magnet but I really like the honeycomb that they did over here. I think it matches the drip tip well. You got some carbon fiber panels on the side here. Has a real anodized like look to it. More carbon fiber over here. A little bit of Smok branding. A little bit of H Priv 2 branding over here. This is your fire bar. Very very clicky. You can fire it down really low and it’ll still fire. Here is your USB update port. On the top is where your screen is. Before we install some batteries and get into the screen, let’s go over the 510 connections.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

Spring loaded gold plated 510 connection. Has what I would call a medium throw with a medium spring. Threading around here is very nice. All my atomizers sit flush on it. Stainless steel plate over here. Going around to the other side of the mod, here is your battery door. You kind of have to slide it out and push it up. It is not spring loaded. You have clear battery indicator markings over here although I wish they were a different color. Gold plated button style contacts that label the batteries A and B. Inside, you can see, there’s also clear battery orientation markings. That gold piece down there is a spring loaded gold plated battery contact. We’re going to load some batteries in. positive side down, over here. Negative side down, over here. Shut it like that. You’ll se w have some venting over here as well. A little design by Smok over here, or Smoke, whatever you want to call it.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

Batteries are installed. All you do, 1 2 3 4 5, 5 clicks on, you see the Smok screen. You see the version of the firmware. Here you see, I’m at 58 watts, normal preheat, there are my battery meters, resistance, voltage and that is my puff counter in seconds.

MENU SYSTEM

Now, in order to enter the menu system, 1 2 3, right now you’re in the mode. You can hold that down and now you can scroll with your left and right buttons between the different modes. You got Wattage, Titanium, Nickel 200, Stainless Steel and back to Wattage mode.

Let’s put it into Stainless Steel for now, hard press that. Once you pick your temperature, you can adjust your wattage in TC mode. Hard press to confirm. You can also adjust your TCR, hard press to confirm and now you can see we are in temperature control mode because there’s a little SS in the corner there.

You want to go back into Wattage mode, 1 2 3. Now you can scroll and go back to Wattage mode. Now, when you go to Wattage mode, it access you if you want Normal, Hard or Soft. I normally stay at Normal, hard press and that’s it. You’re in Wattage mode.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

In order to access the other functions of this screen, 1 2 3, now you can adjust your puffs, hard press. You can do that. Hard press, reset puffs, No, Yes. now we reset the Puffs. 1 2 3, you can also go into your settings mode, hard press. You can go into Stealth. You can adjust the screen brightness, you can rotate the screen there and you can adjust your ohms there. And that’s your download menu and back to Stealth. We just hard press. Hard press, we’re out. 1 2 3, settings and this is where you can power it off. Hard press, hit one of the buttons, now you can power it off. Now it says goodbye. Now in order to turn it back on, of course again, 5 clicks. And now, if you want to lock the mod, you can give it 5 clicks and now the mod is locked. There you go.

That’s all I have for you folks on the down low. Let’s cut back on top. Let’s vape on it and then we’ll talk about the cons and pros of the Smok H Priv 2 Kit. See back on top.

GENERAL THOUGHTS

Alright. We’re back on top with the Smok H Priv 2 Kit. Man, you saw it down low. One gorgeous looking kit. They did a great job matching the tank to the mod. Looks fantastic. I’m really digging it. I’ve been rocking this thing for well over a month now. It’s held up really nice and you guys know that I’m real rough on my mods. Let’s not waste any more time. Let’s cut right into the cons and the pros.

Smok H Priv 2 Kit Review

CONS

First con is going to be that screen, man. That screen is super dim. Smok, what are you doing? Get rid of that dark screen cover. Bad job. It’s useless outside in direct sunlight, I don’t like it.

Next con is going to be, no material on the coils. Smok, you gotta stop with that. We need to know what we’re vaping. You need to imprint the material on the coils.

Other con is going to be, you guys got a decent TC device. It’s been doing ok TC, why didn’t you include a TC coil? Start using stainless steel coils, Smok. we’d like to see that.

Other con is going to be, it only charges at 1 amp. Yes, we recommend you charge externally all the time but for those times that you were in a pinch, we love having 2 amp charging. It’s standard. Smok, you need to make that standard on all your mods, 2 amp charging.

PROS

Let’s get in to the pros because there are a lot of them.

First pro is going to be the tank. That bubble glass 7 ml capacity. They’ll get a pro for that.

Second pro is going to be, the TC on this is actually decent. It’s better than past Smok mods. We’ll give them a pro for that.

Going to give them a pro for accuracy in power mode. I vape it next to my DNA and Yihi Chip and it seems to be hitting all the wattages. It seems to hit the full amount of wattage on this mod. I’m going to give them a pro on that.

Let’s give them a pro on nice flavor and cloud production. They’ll get a pro for that.

Paint quality. I’m going to give them a pro for that. Paint quality on this thing, this anodized look, simply awesome. Great job on that Smok.

I’m going to give them a pro on the looks. Look at this thing, man. It’s a good looking kit. There’s no doubt about it. It’s a looker.

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Let’s give them a pro on the form factor. It’s got a very comfortable form factor and very easy to fire. Love that firing bar. We’ll give them a pro on the firing bar as well and the fact that it’s comfortable to fire.

Let’s give them a pro on firmware upgradeable. That always gets a pro on this channel.

The last pro I’m going to give them is, they did a great job on the battery door. It’s nice and tight. It doesn’t snap open when I put it down. Great job on that, Smok.

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SMOK T-Priv Kit | A Rugged Box

We review the T-Priv kit, from SMOK. This eye-catching mod combines the edges of Wildstyle, angles of Decepticon, and spits them out with a lightshow to boot.

  
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Chinese vape manufacturer SMOK is well known for their imaginative design, and product backstories that are literally out of this world. Their latest offering is the highly anticipated T-Priv, available as a stand-alone mod, or paired with the TFV8 Big Baby tank as a starter kit.

The T-Priv combines a form factor reminiscent of the H-Priv with an aggressive future aesthetic. The outer shell of the mod is a hollowed-out chassis with deeply engraved detailing. Under that layer sits the LED panels – fully customizable – that illuminate when you vape and fire the device.

The specs sheet looks very similar to other recent SMOK offerings: dual 18650 batteries, wattage up to 220 W, TC mode for nickel, stainless and titanium, and firmware upgradable. A quick search online finds the T-Priv selling as a stand-alone from $50 up to $72, and as a starter kit from as low as $57 in some China shops.

Let’s take the T-Priv for a vapetest and see how it performs!

Disclaimer: We received the T-Priv kit from SMOK for the purpose of this review.

SMOK T-Priv Kit Specs and Features

Unboxing

SMOK_T-Priv_Kit

The T-Priv kit ships in the now-standard packaging we have come to expect from SMOK. You get the TFV8 Big Baby tank and two coils, the V8 Baby Q2 and T8, to start you off. The usual spares come with the kit too – o-rings, a spare juice inlet, vape band, and spare tank glass. The T-Priv ships with the 2 mL version of the TFV8 tank in the EU. The user manual is comprehensive, and covers the feature range of the kit.

The only extras you’ll need are some 18650 batteries, and that all-important e-liquid to vape on.

The T-Priv is available as a stand-alone mod, or paired with the TFV8 Big Baby tank. This is a reliable, if somewhat thirsty, sub ohm tank that comes as standard with a range of SMOK products these days. For the rest of this review, we will deal primarily with the T-Priv mod itself. For my thoughts on the Big Baby tank, check my review of the GX2/4 kit, as well as Bill Herbst’s review of the Baby Beast tank.

Build quality

SMOK_T-Priv_Kit

The T-Priv is one solid mod that makes a beastly first impression. There’s no button rattle to speak of. The firing bar has a similar soft, short throw to the recent GX2/4 mod.

The OLED display is situated on the top side of the mod, similar to the G320 and the H-Priv. Although the glass covering the display takes up half the space up top, the display itself is a fraction smaller than we’ve seen on previous SMOK offerings. I measure it is 18 mm from corner to corner, or 0.7 inches. This cramps the menu some in comparison to other SMOK mods. Everything is perfectly legible, but the displays on the G320 and GX2/4 are brighter. The screen sits on a raised bevel a couple of millimeters higher than the rest of the mod. You’ll be able to fit an atomizer or tank up to 25 mm on it without overhang, or interfering with that raised edge. The positive 510 pin is gold-plated and spring-mounted. I’m yet to encounter any connectivity problems with third party atomizers.

Of course, it’s the T-Priv’s deeply engraved outer shell that steals the show here. Sitting somewhere between some 80s wildstyle graffiti and a vengeful Decepticon, the exterior is all aggressive, hard angles and dynamic edges. At present, the T-Priv comes in seven color options, with a further seven on pre-sale. The paint on the mod has a metallic sheen to it, similar to the GX2/4. Our red sample looks great. The “rainbow”, or 7-color, less so. If you’re after a true anodized effect, look elsewhere. As with their OSUB 80W mod, the colors look airbrushed on. But perhaps it’s that auto detailing that has inspired the pre-sale run of new colors.

Sitting beneath that is a layer of white plastic which is lit up by nine LEDs. This lights up while you’re firing the mod. You can change the colors, transition effect, and exactly when they glow in the settings menu.

The battery door is easy to open and close. The battery contacts are gold-plated for conductivity. Both the door flap and the inner terminals are clearly marked with their respective positive and negative positions so you know how to insert your batteries. Although it’s not mentioned on the spec sheet, you can charge the T-Priv via the USB port. The T-Priv offers just under 1 amp internal charging. This offers vapers on the road extra flexibility. However, I would advise to always use an external charger.

For a lot more information on the technical performance of the T-Priv, be sure to check out Daniel DJLSB Vapes’ comprehensive breakdown of the device.

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If you’ve seen one SMOK menu interface, then most of the features on the T-Priv will be familiar to you. SMOK offers users a comprehensive range of options that will be more than enough to satisfy someone looking for a decent box mod starter kit.

  • Turn on the T-Priv with 5 clicks to the fire button. Once it’s on, 5 clicks will lock (and conversely unlock) the device.
  • Three clicks of the firing button take you to the menu. You can then choose from Mode, Puff, Color, Setting, and Power submenus.
  • Mode: switch between VW and TC modes.
  • Under wattage, you can choose from three strength settings – soft, normal, and hard.
  • Under temperature, you first dial in the desired wattage, then select from Ni, Ti, and SS wire types. Finally, you can manually adjust the temperature coefficient resistance of each metal. If you’re unsure about this, it’s best to stick with the default values (the TCR default for SS is 0.00105, suggesting SS304 wire type), but if you want to tweak settings, have a look at Steam Engine’s Wire Wizard calculator, the go-to resource.
  • Puff: count how many times you’ve inhaled, adjust puff settings, as well as a limiter and reset function.
  • Color: select your favorite LED color, whether the colors jump or fade, and choose whether the LED colors are always on, just when you vape on the device, only when the screen is activated, or not at all.
  • Setting: toggle stealth mode and screen timeout (doesn’t turn off the LED panels – only the OLED display), change the screen contrast, rotate the screen orientation 180°, adjust ohm resistance manually, and make firmware updates.
  • Power: turn the T-Priv off.
  • You can also turn the T-Priv off when the screen is locked by long pressing the fire button for 5 seconds.
  • To quickly switch between VW and TC mode, hold down fire and down simultaneously.
  • You can change your draw strength in VW mode, and wattage in TC mode, by pressing fire and up simultaneously.

The OLED screen display is noticeably smaller than on recent offerings such as the G320, Q-Box, or GX2/4. However, the loss of OLED real estate has been compensated by paring down and simplifying what you see on screen.

Wattage can be adjusted in .1 increments from 6 – 100 watts, and 1 watt increments thereafter. In TC mode, you can cycle between Fahrenheit (moves in 10° steps) and Celsius (5° steps). To switch from one to the other, simply cycle up to the top or bottom of either range, and the temperature type will swap over.

Set up

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I used the T-Priv with a variety of atomizers and tanks for this review, including the TFV8 Big Baby tank, the Ammit 25 RTA, and the Nova RDA from BMI. I typically used 70/30 VG/PG blends and like to vape between 65 – 80 watts.

How it performs

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The T-Priv has a very short ramp-up time and felt accurate, for the wattage range I used it with. It’s a sturdy mod that won’t fit every hand comfortably, and feels like it needs to be paired with a suitably imposing tank or atty to really finish off that killer impression the body makes. If you want to go whole-hog you could pair it with the TFV12 (like Austin Lawrence did the other day). That feels like a better match, proportionally, than the TFV8 Big Baby tank.

The firing button is easy to reach and quite responsive. I prefer a clickier button, but this firing bar is a lot more satisfying than the smaller wedge on the GX2/4 at least.

The effect of the LED lights will be lost on most any vaper who uses the T-Priv during the day. It’s somewhat ironic that you can’t see the lightshow you’re creating. Even in a pitch-black room the effect is blocked by the hand that covers half the mod when it’s being fired.

But for what it is, the T-Priv performs in much the same way as other SMOK products. Meaning: it does what it’s supposed to do. One reservation I have is that getting lit with the T-Priv will drain battery life.

Ergonomics and form

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The T-Priv will draw heads and split opinion. But it follows SMOK’s logic of creating eye-catching, interstellar inspired devices to the next level. Simply put, I’ve never seen a mass-market box mod quite like it before.

While aesthetics is totally subjective, form is always form. This isn’t a mod for the easily intimidated, or small of hand. It’s chunky, it’s large, and it’s a bit of a brick in the hand. Firing with the thumb or forefinger works whether you’re left or right handed, so that’s cool.

I understand why you’d position the screen up top, but it limits the size of the atomizer you could fit, which is a shame for such a chunky mod. If you’re using an RTA, or if your sub ohm tank leaks, chances are that e-juice will get on the OLED display.

Long-term, the crevices between the outer shell and the LED panels will collect grime and gunk, and I can imagine the T-Priv being tricky to clean.

Ultimately, the problem with “innovative” is that it dates quickly. The T-Priv may be a standout device right now, but in a year’s time? Will you still be rocking it?

Likes

  • Looks like Wildstyle had a lovechild with Decepticon
  • It’s got LED panels and they light up
  • Menu interface is easy to navigate and offers decent functionality
  • Comes paired with the TFV8 Big Baby tank
  • Big responsive firing bar

Dislikes

  • LED panels will drain battery life
  • Only fits 25 mm attys in spite of general chunkiness
  • OLED display will get spills on it easily
  • Body could be a pain to clean – crevices collect grime
  • Brick form factor

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Uwell ironFist Kit Review – First Vape Mod But A Good Effort?

Introduction: Uwell IronFirst Kit

The Uwell Ironfist is the first mod from a company that is best known for its tanks, specifically for the original Crown tank that put sub ohming on the map for its great flavour, big capacity and its stylish looks (for the time).

Sub Ohm tanks have advanced a lot since then and this kit comes with the new Crown 3 tank  which hopefully is as good or better then its predecessors. The bigger question however is how good is the mod? This is because the IronFist is Uwells first and currently only mod. Ive put both the mod and the tank through its paces and this is what I found.

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In The Box

  • 1 x Ironfist Mod
  • 1 x Crown III Atomizer
  • 1 x Extra Quartz Glass
  • 1 x 0.25Ω Coil (pre-installed)
  • 1 x 0.4Ω Coil
  • 1 x Pack of Replacement O-rings
  • 1 x Micro USB Cable
  • 1 x User’s Manual
  • 1 x Crown Key
  • 1 x Drip Tip Cover (to cover the drip tip when it is not used).

Features

  • Tank Size: 24.5mm(d) x 62.7mm(h)
  • Mod Size: 56.5mm x 28.4mm x 86.5mm
  • Mod Material: Zinc alloy&leather
  • Power Range: 5W-200W
  • Standby Current: <50μA
  • Voltage Range: 0.7V-8.2V.
  • Resistance Range: 0.1Ω-3.0Ω(VW)/0.1Ω-1.0Ω(TC)
  • Temperature Range: 200°F-600°F/100°C-315°C
  • Color: Black, Lemon Yellow, Purple, Green, White, Sapphire Blue, Orange, Red

Design and Build Quality

Crown 3 Tank

Uwell has been in the vaping game awhile and has made some outstanding products. This kit is no exception. Starting with the tank, it has kept the Crown look we come to expect but with subtle improvements.

Every tread and every o-ring on the tank is perfect and works how you would hope. One of the slight changes from the V1 and V2 is the way you install the coils. All the previous coils have been screwed in to the base of the tank where the new coil is pressure fitted.

This way I believe is better for 2 reasons, firstly it is quicker to install and less likely to leak in my experiences. The second benefit is you can change the coil without needing to empty the tank which is a feature missing from many popular tanks on the market today.

The only design flaw I had with the tank comes with the green / rainbow model where the tank doesn’t really match the mod like the other options and the drip tip doesn’t match the tank.

Uwell IronFist Mod

The Uwell IronFist mod build quality is impressive and its easy to forget that this is their first ever mod. The paint finish is very high quality matt and it has real leather for the grip which you don’t see often from china. The device I’ve been sent has no button rattle, no paint defects and the leather is fixed with no signs of possible peeling in the future.

The design is very ergonomic and sits comfortably in both the left and right hand. Its a similar design to the G320 by Smok however this is slightly smaller as it holds 2 x 18650 batteries where the G320 holds 3.

The Uwell IronFist also has a unique design choice I haven’t seen on many vape mods, it has a switch where you can turn off the mod and consume no power. The only small design flaw with this mod is with the battery door, it doesn’t rattle or come off too easy but it could do with being a little tighter.

How Does the Uwell IronFist kit Perform?

Uwell Crown 3

When the original Crown tank came out it was a major hit as it delivered great flavour and big clouds (for the time). The Crown II was a bit of a flop, the coils burnt up very quickly and had little flavour, this shook a few people’s confidence in the company and a lot of people have been weary about the III.

I can safely say this tank is incredible, the flavour is some of the best I have ever had from any sub ohm tank. This along with great big clouds and smooth airflow makes for one fantastic atomizer.

You can also be reassured that it wont leak, with all my tests with both coils it comes with there was no signs of eliquid leaking and this should be the norm but it is surprising how many popular tanks leak.

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Uwell Ironfist Mod

Firstly the menu is very easy to use, a simple 3 clicks of the fire button and your in the menu to select from power, temperature control for Ni, Ti, SS, they also have mech mode which is effectively bypass mode.

You can also flip the screen, lock the device and factory reset the mod. An important point for all vaping devices is how it fits in the hand, this mods design is extremely ergonomic and yes its not the smallest or the lightest but it does feel very natural in the hand.

The easy functionality with detailed display is a pleasure to use and the dual 18650 batteries is enough to last the whole day.

Pros

  • Large capacity tank
  • Ergonomic mod
  • Great looking set up (if you dont go green)
  • Very easy to use
  • Wattage adjusts in 1 point increments + Battery life %
  • Very good build quality

Cons

  • The green kit doesn’t match
  • Max tank size with no overhang on the mod is 25mm
  • On the heavy side of things
  • Not the smallest set up

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FLOWERMATE AURA REVIEW

In succession to the V5.0, Flowermate created the Flowermate AURA. A compact, simple and affordable pen vaporizer. This digital vaporizer works with herbs, wax and oil. In this review we’ll take a closer look at this new product by Chinese manufacturer Smiss.

The box contains

1 Vaporizer

1 Mouthpiece

1 Liquid/Waxy Chamber

1 Medium Stainless Steel Pod

5 Stainless Steel Screens

1 Packing Tool and Dabber

1 Cleaning Brush

1 USB Charging Cable

1 User Manual

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Design

The Flowermate AURA is a pen vaporizer that looks solid and robust. The casing is made out of hard plastic, and has a removable mouthpiece. The version that I’m using in this review is black with red tones. This vaporizer is also available in white or red.

The vaporizer has a small, built in OLED screen, that tells you how full your battery is, what the set temperature is, and whether it has already reached this temperature. Above the screen, you can find the power button and two smaller buttons that enable you to set the desired temperature. A USB port, for charging the battery, is located at the bottom.

This vaporizer looks simple, but is still very stylish. However, I found one disadvantage in the design. It is too big, and doesn’t have the right shape to fit in your pocket. Fortunately, it did fit in my purse (however I wouldn’t recommend to do that as it could accidentally switch on and get very hot).

Ease of use

The Flowermate AURA is quick and easy to use. To turn on the Flowermate AURA, you press the power button five times. Then you can set the temperature, using the two smaller buttons. The LCD screen displays the target temperature, and the current temperature as it is heating up. After you’ve set the temperature, the vaporizer immediately starts to heat up.

Subsequently, you can enjoy your vape, hands free, for five minutes, After that, it automatically switches off. As soon as it’s switched off, you’ll have to wait until the vaporizer has cooled all the way down, before it can be used again. I think this is a big disadvantage as you’re not in control of the duration of your vape session. Personally, I find this quite frustrating at times. I think it has to cool down so often to prevent overheating. The product can reach very high temperatures. The vaporizer itself, however (especially the mouthpiece) can get incredibly hot. This can be somewhat uncomfortable when you vape at a high temperature.

Loading the heating chamber is easy. You can access the heating chamber, simply by removing the mouthpiece. Put one of the (included) screens at the bottom of the compartment, put your herbs in there (when you use the vaporizer for wax or oils, use one of the included pods), pack them with the packing tool, and put the mouthpiece back in place. It’s really as simple as that. If you don’t use a pod, you should bear in mind that the screens can move quite easily. If you keep the vaporizer upright, you can prevent the screens from moving out of place.

The FlowerMate AURA is easy to clean and maintain. The only maintenance it requires is to replace the screens every now and then. The leftover herbs can be removed from the heating chamber by using the included brush. The vaporizer comes with two metal pods. One of them can be used for oil and wax and the other one can be used for pre loading, which is very handy if you want to vape outside of your house. Unfortunately it’s not so easy to clean the wax / oil pod. It contains a lot of very small, fiddly parts which the wax can get stuck to. Soaking in iso-alcohol or a similar cleaning agent is the preferred method to completely clean these pods.

Vapor and taste

The FlowerMate Aura features an isolated air path. Therefore it produces nice, pure vapor. The amount of vapor that comes out isn’t very high. However, the smell and flavour is good and concentrated.

The mouthpiece is also made out of plastic and it can get very hot when the vaporizer reaches a high temperature. This can cause the vapor to taste slightly plastic-like. When you’re taking the first few hits, you will definitely not notice this. But unfortunately, as soon as most of the plant material is evaporated, you will really start to taste the plastic. This is arguably the biggest downside of the AURA, and something that does not occur with other FlowerMate models, as those come with a glass mouthpiece.

When vaporizing at a high temperature, the vapor can get very hot. This can be harsh on your throat, and it can cause a dry throat and coughing.

Efficiency

It’s easy to regulate the temperature of this vaporizer. The FlowerMate AURA heats up really fast (although it works slower when the battery isn’t fully charged). It has a very wide and variable temperature range; it can heat up to 230 Celsius / 446 Fahrenheit.

One of the biggest plusses to this product, is that it’s totally combustion free. Even at the highest temperature. The vapor gets very hot, but you will never taste burnt herbs. When you remove the leftovers of the plant material, you will see that it’s dry and dark brown, but not burnt.

Durability

The casing of this vaporizer is thick and strong, with a solid plastic cover that shields the mechanisms inside. All in all, it’s a very solid and durable vaporizer. Also, it comes with a one year warranty.

The battery is built in, so it’s not replaceable. Still, the battery performs really well. It’s easy to charge by using the USB cable to connect it to your computer or USB wall plug. After three hours of charging, you can use it for two hours. This is exceptionally long and makes this vaporizer great for use on the go.

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Wild Wolves: Wildwolf TC Box Mod from Hcigar

Company Hcigar has released the device Wildwolf. The boxmode received a maximum power of 235 watts, an XT235 board and powered by two 18650 batteries.

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On April 25, Hcigar presented on its website the device Wildwolf. Boxmod performed in a laconic style with rounded corners. The case was made of zinc alloy and plastic. The landing pad with a diameter of 30 mm was supplemented with a decorative ring. On the front side there was a fire button, a color display, three adjustment buttons and a USB port from the bottom. At the bottom, the flip cover of the battery compartment was installed.

The XT235 board accelerates the device to 235 watts. In addition, it supports varivolt, thermal control and curve mode. Power is provided by two 18650 batteries. The color interface provides for each battery a separate charge indicator.

The package includes a decorative ring, a USB cable, a silicone case and instructions.

Main characteristics:

  • Size – 85 by 45 by 30 mm
  • Weight – 100 gr
  • Power – 5 to 235 watts
  • Thermal control – 100 ℃ -300 ℃ / 200 ℉ -600 ℉
  • Food – 2х18650

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