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SMOK Procolor Kit Review

If you loved the SMOK Alien and have been waiting for an updated version, you'll be happy to know that the wait is over. It may not be called the Alien 2, but, in my opinion, the new SMOK Procolor is basically the successor of the popular Alien 220W mod. It has the same general design, same 510 connection. almost the exact same size and width, and a very similar firing bar. But this is a newer device so it does come with some extras - a whole new menu interface...

SMOK T-Priv 220W Kit Review

The SMOK T-Priv is a dual-battery mod reminiscent of one of the Chinese manufacturer's most popular devices ever, the X Cube 2. It features the same style of firing bar and customizable LED sideshow only in a slightly more compact package, which makes it easier to hold and use even for users with small hands, like myself. The T-Priv also has a higher power output than the X Cube 2 - 220W compared to 180W - and much more impressive design, which appears to have been inspired by The Transformers.

3_5 stars

SMOK TFV12 Tank Review

Following the massive success of its TFV4 and TFV8 sub-ohm tanks, SMOK decided to go even bigger and this year launched the mother of all cloud-chasing tanks, the SMOK TFV12 Cloud Beast King. I think the name pretty much says it all, but if this is you're unfamiliar with the TFV family of tanks, they are all about big clouds of vapor so dense that you can cut them with a knife. In this review, I'll basically try to find out what SMOK could have possibly done to make this better than the stellar TFV8.

4 stars

SMOK QBOX Kit Review

If you thought SMOK couldn't go any smaller than the AL85 and still be able to incorporate that gorgeous 0.96 inch display, you were wrong. The new SMOK QBOX is not only a lot smaller than anything the Chinese company has ever put out, but also than pretty much any other advanced mod I've ever used. This thing is so tiny and light that you can easily slide it into your small jeans pocket and forget all about it. But what really surprised me was that despite its limited size, the QBOX has all the features of its older brothers, the SMOK Alien...

SMOK GX2/4 Kit Review

The SMOK GX2/4 is a modular vaping device that allows you to switch from a dual-battery setup to a quad-battery one with the simple press of a button. Forget having to buy two different devices to toggle between an elegant and stealthy design with limited battery life, to a massive four-battery mod that will last you several days without needing a recharge, now you can have the best of both worlds for the price of a single kit. This all sounds too good to be true, but after using the GX2/4 for about two weeks, I can assure you it's...

SMOK AL85 Kit Review

The SMOK Alien 220W, my favorite all-time dual 18650 battery mod, apparently fell in love with the iStick PICO 75W, and the two had a baby together. It's called the SMOK AL85 and it's basically a smaller version of the Alien which borrows a couple of design elements from Eleaf's popular mini mod. In terms of ergonomics, functionality and build quality, the Alien 220W is still the best dual-battery mod money can buy, in my humble opinion, but if you're looking for something just as good that fits in the hand even better and are willing to...

SMOK OSUB Baby Kit Review

I was a big fan of the SMOK OSUB Plus 80W, and I always believed that it didn't really get the attention it deserved from the vaping community. It was ergonomic, easy to use, had plenty of power under the hood and a built-in battery, features which made it a very versatile vaping device. It's still in my rotation of mods and performing as well as the day I took it out of the box. So I was glad that SMOK didn't just abandon the concept and instead came up with...

SMOK Spirals Plus Tank Review

After blowing our minds with vapor-producing monsters like the TFV4, TFV8 and Skyhook RDTA tanks, SMOK is now showing mouth-to-lung (MTL) vapers some love with the new Spirals family of tanks. Its newest member, the SMOK Spirals Plus is a sub-ohm tank that promises amazing flavor and...

SMOK Skyhook RDTA Box Review

What do you get if you combine the popular SMOK Alien mod and the new Skyhook RDTA? That would be the SMOK Skyhook RDTA Box, a new all-in-one device that features a maximum power output of 220W, a rebuildable atomizer and a built-in e-liquid reservoir with a capacity of 9 ml. It's essentially the same concept we've already seen on the iJoy RDTA Box, so in this review we're going to take a look at what the SMOK brings to the table to convince buyers to choose their device over iJoy's impressive flagship.

4_5 stars

SMOK Guardian 40W Pipe Review

If you want to be vaping like a 'Sir', there's no better way to do it than with a stylish e-pipe. Luckily there are plenty such devices to choose from these days, and the newest one is the Guardian 40W from SMOK. This 'Poker' style e-pipe not only looks good, but also comes packed with a variety of features, like variable wattage, temperature control and upgradable firmware. But should you get it over the older Guardians and e-pipes made by other manufacturers? Lets find out:

4 stars