The SMOK Mag is powered by a dual rechargeable battery that has 225W combined with TFV12 Prince Tank. This kit promises to deliver exceptional vaping performance, suitable for a variety of vapers. And while the actual design may be a bit limiting to its overall popularity in the marketplace, its impressive performance potential should still convert a few new vapers to the brand.
SMOK Mag 225W Kit Background
The SMOK Mag 225W Kit Review is aesthetically designed to trigger-like gun handle. It even has a handgun magazine type battery loading, pretty much guaranteed to upset the anti-gun folks. You can check out my top list of Best Vape Mods this year.
Mag 230W Mod Design
When you look at the device itself, it looks to have some amazing ergonomics. Inside, the electronics allow for a very low resistance capability, the usual full suite of temperature control system. The “guts” of the SMOK Mag is pretty much the same as other 225W/230W SMOK Vaping Devices. If the design is appealing to you, then no doubt you’re going to enjoy vaping with it.
The “trigger-style” fire button and ergonomic “gun handle” design are definitely “out there” for a SMOK product. The Mag Mod uses dual 18650 batteries that are inserted into a bullet magazine for an automatic pistol. There is a side lock button that works much like the “safety” on a handgun, and when pressed, it releases the battery bay much like the release a handgun magazine.
On the large side of the SMOK Mag mod, there is a full-color HD OLED that can be set to six different color schemes including blue, purple, brown, red, silver and green, reminiscent of the SMOK ProColor display.
On that screen, the menu displays vaping data such as wattage, temperature, battery bars, puff time, resistance, voltage, mode and more, all in a High Definition OLED display.
Underneath the display are the two adjustment buttons that are shaped like parallelograms and possess the identical color scheme as the mod itself. The 510-connector at the top will allow for just about any sub-ohm tank or RDA/RDTA. (30mm maximum)
The maximum output is 225 watts, or 9 volts, while the lowest resistance capability is 0.05ohm (temperature modes) or 0.10ohm (power/wattage mode). The temperature control system will work with all heating elements, and include TCR mode for entering custom coil specifications. The SMOK Mag 225W Kit Review has multiple protections and features USB firmware upgrades, should it ever need one.
TFV12 Prince Design
The SMOK TFV12 Prince sports an 8ml juice capacity, plus a new top fill system. The coil heads are said to produce massive vapor output and incredible flavor. We’ll have our shipment of the Prince tank next week and our review shortly after.
This tank holds a massive amount of juice for the actual size of the tank. The 8ml of e-juice capacity is possible because of its bulb-shaped glass tank tube. The top fill system now has a lock button (probably like the Uwell Valyrian), featuring a “snake pattern” Cobra drip tip. Cannot wait to see what these look like and feel it.
Final Verdict SMOK Mag 225W Kit Review
When paired together, this atomizer and box mod combination promises to deliver exceptional vaping performance, suitable for a variety of vapers. And while the actual design may be a bit limiting to its overall popularity in the marketplace, its impressive performance potential should still convert a few new vapers to the brand.
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