Hellvape Fat Rabbit Sub Ohm Tank Review

The Hellvape Fat Rabbit sub ohm tank is yet another collaboration with hugely popular US YouTube vape reviewer Billy, aka Heathen – he’s dropped the Vapin’ tag.

It has an hard act to follow given the success of the Dead Rabbit range of RDA’s and the RTA – and I shall be reviewing the new Dead Rabbit RDA V2 very soon.

Hellvape fat rabbit review

I reviewed the original Dead Rabbit dripper and bloody loved it – I use the SQ RDA pretty much daily as a squonker and Simone gave the Dead Rabbit RTA a decent score.

BTW we might seem a little late to the party with this one – however I’ve heard the original release had a few minor issues ironed out in this batch.

Incidentally the name Dead Rabbits comes from a New York street-gang from back in the day – remember the film Gangs of New York?

What Can We Expect From the Hellvape Fat Rabbit Sub Ohm Tank?

Fat flavour and clouds bro!

At least that’s what I’m hoping for.

I’m also keen to look at the airflow on this one.

It features both top and bottom, both of which can be adjusted to suit your vaping style.

bubble glass

It goes without saying I’m hoping it’s leak proof and the coils whilst cloudy and flavoursome – also last a while.

OK enough preamble – lets see if indeed this one has made me a happy vaping bunny.

For the record this was sent to me free of charge for the purpose of this review – thank you – and as always my thoughts and opinions are unswayed by freebies.

Inside the Box

Kit box

  • 1 x FAT RABBIT Sub-Ohm Tank
  • 1 x 0.15ohm Quad OCC Coil
  • 1 x 0.2ohm Single Mesh Coil
  • 1 x Hellvape Sticker
  • 1 x Accessories Bag
  • 1 x Spare Bubble Glass
  • 1 x Instruction Manual

Kit contents

Fat Rabbit Specs

  • Size: 25x46mm
  • Capacity: 5ml (Standard) / 2ml (TPD)
  • Top and bottom adjustable airflow
  • Coils: H7-03 Quad OCC Coil 0.15ohm, H7-02 Single Mesh Coil 0.2ohm – also compatible with Smok Baby Beast Coils and equivalents
  • 810 antibacterial drip tip – 510 adaptor included
  • Screw top refill

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Key Features

It’s the top and bottom airflow that catches the eye on the Hellvape Fat Rabbit tank.

I can’t think of many – if any – sub ohm tanks with dual airflow – correct me in comments of the ones I’ve missed.

Both airflow slots are long but not very wide and are cyclops style and slightly angled downwards.

fat rabbit components

Each can be closed off letting you choose between top or bottom airflow and of course one or the other can be left open and adjusted.

As well as that, Hellvape says this airflow system adds a ‘cooling system’ which is a little strange given the coils included are rated at up to just 80w – more on that in a moment.

As for the coils, there’s x2 in the box – a single 0.2ohm mesh and the 0.15ohm quad OCC – and as to how they perform we shall of course be looking at in more detail in a wee while.

The name ‘Fat Rabbit’ gives the game away as to its size coming out at 25mm wide and 46mm from the base to drip tip.

There’s a choice of a 5ml stubby glass or the 2ml straight glass which as I’m sure regular sub ohm vapers know will mean lots and lots of refills whilst vaping.

Incidentally the low profile bubble glass adds around 3mm to the overall width coming out at 28mm.

hellvape fat rabbit top fill

Filling is as easy as it gets with two large fill ports underneath the top cap and there are x2 drip tips included with the antibacterial 810 added straight out of the box with a regular one added – there’s also 510 adaptor.

I understand the Hellvape Dead Rabbit sub ohm tank is also compatible with other coils including the Smok’s TFV8 Baby Beast coils – the Eleaf HW and the Aero from Geekvape – check around for others that may fit.

Design and Build Quality

As you can see from the photos, I received the stainless steel version and very clean and smart it looks too.

The body is made from good quality stainless steel and the machining is pretty much spot on – this is a solidly built piece of kit let’s put it that way.

All the moving parts unscrewed easily enough and even fresh out the box and dry, the airflow rings moved nicely with little if any scrunching.

straight glass

There’s good resistance to them too, with barely any movement when set to your preferred setting, and the knurling whilst also looking good gives a great grip.

The straight glass at 2ml does make the tank look thinner – obviously lol – whilst the 5ml is low profile but does jut out somehow – I actually prefer it with the bubble glass and not just because of the constant need to keep refilling the smaller one.

Overall the Hellvape Fat Rabbit tank is a bloody good looker and the 2 logos etched into the small ‘cage’ look good too.

There’s a choice of colours: stainless steel – rainbow – gun metal – black and matte black with the latter looking very nice indeed.

So bad-ass design – good build quality so the zillion dollar question is how does it vape?

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How Does the Hellvape Fat Rabbit Sub Ohm Tank Perform?

As we can see the tank comes with x2 coils so let’s see how each one performs. I shall touch on the airflow combos in a moment.

For the taste and vape test I ran through x2 fills of Papio from the Twelve Monkeys Origins range – a 65/35 PG/VG – a juice I know extremely well – and was using the bubble glass.

sub ohm tank on mod

Fat Rabbit 0.15ohm Quad OCC Coil

Hellvape is calling this coil the H7-03 and it’s rated at 80w.

I primed this one hard given the size of it – there’s a lot of cotton in there.

hellvape fat rabbit quad coil

I started at 70w with both airflow ports wide open – as I said, I’ll cover the airflow options shortly.

The vape was airy-ish and the flavour, whilst not as good as a rebuildable, was decent enough – a little on the cool side, but with good vapour production.

Shutting off the top airflow, and bumping the wattage up to the max of 80w, the vape was pleasantly warm with an obvious increase in vapour.

The flavour popped a little – but not enough to write home about.

Shutting off the top airflow and opening up the bottom fully, I found the flavour much better and touch of restriction – but not much!

I found a happy medium at 80w with the top airflow barely open and the bottom open fully – this gave me a warm and pretty decent flavoured vape and was my preferred setting using this coil.

Fat Rabbit Single Mesh Coil 0.2 Ohm

This is the Hellvape H7-02 and again rated at a max of 80w.

After once again priming this one and letting it sit for 10 minutes, I again began at 70w.

hellvape fat rabbit mesh coil

From the first puff I knew this was the better of the two coils with great flavour and denser vapour.

I bumped it up to 80w immediately and yup – the flavour really popped.

Not in the same league as some rebuildables, but a very flavoursome vape.

With both airflow ports wide open the flavour held its own, but came to life with the top a tiny bit open and the bottom fully closed.

That’s my preferred setting, obviously yours might be different and you do have plenty of options!

The Fat Rabbit Airflow

As you can see I managed to find my optimum setting and the beauty of this sub ohm tank is the amount of choices you have.

With both wide open and on a scale of 1:10 with 10 being the airest I’d give it an easy 8 maybe even a tad higher.

Top closed and bottom wide open it’s still an airy one at around 7 to 7.5.

bottom airflow

Bottom closed and top wide open things get a little restricted at around 6 to 6.5 – a bit too tight for me.

hellvape fat rabbit sub ohm tank top airflow

So to recap – I found the top open slightly and the bottom wide open gave me the best flavoured vape – but hey it’s all down to personal taste.

I will say this is not the warmest of vapes – that’s I guess down to the ‘cooling system’.

I did bump both coils up to 90w and whilst things did obviously get warmer and the flavour upped a notch, I felt after half a dozen pulls the coil was struggling a little.

Both coils wicked very well indeed with not the slightest hint of a dry hit and I have had zero leaks.


  • Good build quality
  • Awesome design
  • Choice of drip tips
  • 510 adaptor
  • Superb airflow options
  • Choice of coils
  • Full of flavour
  • Great vapour
  • Zero leaks
  • Decent price


  • Thirsty – this one drinks!
  • 2ml tank needs filling every 15 minutes – thanks TPD!
  • Not the ‘warmest’ of vapes

Final Review Verdict

As you can see my pros way outweighed the cons on the Hellvape Fat Rabbit sub-ohm tank – it’s a bloody good one.

It’s been a while since I used a stock coil tank and this one has impressed me for sure.

I absolutely love the design and it feels solidly made.

The quad coil is the weaker of the two IMHO with the mesh coil giving a pretty decent flavour.

It’s obviously not in the same league of some of the rebuildables out there, but for stock coils that mesh is really very good indeed.

The 2ml tank is a complete waste of time – with the need to fill literally every 15 minutes – you can thank the TPD limit for that.

Saying that the 5ml bubble glass is also a thirsty bugger – especially with the quad coil – but that is what it is I guess.

As to coil longevity – I’ve had both on the go for 10 days with little or no flavour drop yet – and I’ve used them both every afternoon.

Incidentally I have seen – in more than a few places I might add – this is merely a cash grab.

I have to disagree given not everyone uses or can use a rebuildable, if anything it was a natural next step.

Whilst I no longer use stock coil sub ohm tanks very much, if at all, I’ve really enjoyed using the Hell Vape Fat Rabbit sub-ohm tank and would highly recommend it.

So yeah, I am a happy vaping bunny

So…have you used the Hellvape Fat Rabbit sub ohm tank or thinking of buying it? And if you have any questions please let us know in the comments below!

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Vaporesso PodStick Review

The Vaporesso PodStick is a pod vape with some tricks up its sleeve. It comes in the shape of a stick (hence the name), it has three power options courtesy of the Omni Board Mini, and its pods come in two options; one for restricted DL and the other for MTL vaping. Because of that, Vaporesso brands it as “the best of both worlds”.

It’s not the first time a pod vape aims to satisfy both ends of the market, but most have fallen short till now. Keep reading to find out if the PodStick accomplishes that goal.

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Build quality and design

At around 43 grams with a full pod, the PodStick is a lightweight vape. That’s mainly due to its aluminum construction and the plastic that the pods are made out of. And while not super-compact, the PodStick’s narrow shape is great for throwing it inside your pocket.

I had no complaints in the build quality department. It feels sturdy, there’s no button rattle whatsoever, and while lightweight, it doesn’t feel (or look) cheap. The paintjob is solid and while time will tell, I am pretty confident that it’s not going to chip anytime soon. In a way, the PodStick gives a Vaporesso vibe right out of the box, if that makes sense.

The only thing I am not a big fan of is the bronze accent of the branding and button. That’s Vaporesso’s new “thing” (they introduced it with the GEN mod) and it’s certainly up to taste, but I’d prefer it if both of those were black. Other than that, there’s nothing to fault the PodStick for from a build quality and design perspective.

Getting started

The PodStick comes with two pods in the box, one pre-installed containing an MTL 1.3-ohm ceramic CCELL coil and a spare one with a 0.6-ohm mesh coil (called “MESHED” by Vaporesso). Digging deeper, you’ll find a micro USB cable as well as the manual and all the usual paperwork.

To get started, push the top of the pod from the flat side, which will reveal the push-to-fill mechanism—if you’ve been using Vaporesso pods or the Aspire AVP you’re probably familiar with that design. Then use a thin nozzle bottle to fill the pod up, by pushing the tip of the bottle at the filling hole. If your bottle’s tip doesn’t fit, you can transfer your juice to the 12 mL plastic bottle that’s included in the box. Leave the pod aside for a good 10’, then press the button five times to turn the device on.

Note that the power level will be set depending on the pod you’re using, but you can change between the three settings (which are different for each pod) by pressing the fire button three times. The LED will light up green, blue or red depending on the power level.

There’s no way to adjust the airflow on this device but, as you will read in the performance section, the amount of airflow between the two pods is noticeably different.

Vaporesso PodStick pods

The pods are made out of plastic and come with a non-removable drip tip. At first, I thought that the bore diameter was the same for both pods, but it turns out the MTL one comes with an extra layer of plastic, making its bore slightly thinner. The resistance of the pods is etched on their side and it is a bit hard to see, but that’s unimportant to be honest.

The push-to-fill mechanism is probably there for child protection, but with air not escaping easily filling may get messy at times. Chubby Gorilla style bottles worked fine, but it gave me a hard time with thicker nozzle bottles and transferring my juice to the included bottle was too much of a fuss for me. I am not sure why, but I found the recessed mechanism of the AVP to work better.

The 0.6-ohm coil wicked 70VG easily, but I wouldn’t chain vape anything over 50/50 on the 1.3-ohm ceramic coil; if you like vaping on high VG juices you’ll probably need to stick to the airier draw of the 0.6 ohm pod. Good thing is that both coils seem to last for long—outside of a bum coil which I am going to discuss in the performance section. I’ve refilled the mesh coil around 6-7 times, and the CCELL one a good 5 times till now, and I haven’t noticed any drop in performance whatsoever.

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The device houses Vaporesso’s mini edition of the Omni board but outside of its rapid firing and the variety of protections, there’s not much that’s evident from a performance perspective.

The 0.6-ohm pod is a flavorful pod that’s great for airy MTL or a very restricted DL vaping, especially if you are not a fan of really hot vapes. With the power at the highest level it is not as warm as some other button activated devices like the SMOK Nord, but it’s warmer than your average draw-activated pod system. And while vapor production is not going to win you any competitions, it’s more than sufficient for a device this size.

I experienced a bit of leaking through the mouthpiece at times but that was mostly when I left it at its side overnight. Even then, it wasn’t enough to deter me from using, but more of a minor inconvenience. As a note, you should make sure you check e-liquid levels often and refill it before it completely empties; the wick holes are not at the base of the pod and you may risk a dry hit. With no way to remove e-liquid from the pod, this design may also be a problem if you want to change juice without mixing flavors.

Now for the CCELL pod. I am generally not a fan of ceramic coils for various reasons, but this one is a good vape for what it is. The draw is a satisfying MTL with a fair amount of restriction. It’s tighter than the AVP and the SMOK Novo, making it a great option for stealth vaping and MTL in general. That was a big surprise, as most pod vapes that claim to be versatile fall short in the MTL side of things. Vapor is even cooler on this pod (which slightly impacts flavor) but I found it ideal for mid to high nic strength salts.

As with the other pod, the difference between the power levels is subtle, but it performed great with 30 mg salts in mid and high. I’d use the lowest level with anything over that. I’ll also note that the first ceramic pod I tried gave me dry hit after dry hit, but after checking a second pod I was convinced I just got a bum. That was unfortunate and it may put some people of, but I trust that Vaporesso’s QC will take care of that in the future. The second pod performed great without any dry hits with 50/50 juices.

To sum it up, the PodStick performs fine all across the board, but it’s not for vapers who enjoy a very warm vape. With that in mind, the 0.6 coil is the more flavorful of the two, but the ceramic coil is great for MTLing salts and high nic juices in general.

Battery life and charging

The PodStick houses a 900 mAh battery, which is not bad at all for a device that lightweight. On both pods, I managed to go through almost two full fills on their default settings (green for the CCELL, blue for the mesh). For the DL pod that’s not much, but it will probably last you for at least a day when used with the MTL pod.

The micro USB port is placed at the bottom of the device so you can only charge it laying at its side. It needs just under an hour (55’) to fully charge and supports pass-thru charging.

The only problem I faced with the battery was that the LED lights were acting a bit weird. The five lights are supposed to show battery level (at 100%-80%-60%-40%-20%) but the device kept going from three lights to out of charge pretty fast. This may be an issue of the preproduction/sample units, but if it turns out it is not, be prepared to charge not long after your PodStick goes to three lights.

Pros / Cons

  • Lightweight and conveniently shaped
  • Paintjob feels solid
  • Well-constructed
  • Very easy to use
  • Powered by the Omni mini board
  • Includes thin nozzle bottle
  • Pods wick great (CCELL is better with 50/50 juice)
  • Good flavor on the mesh pod
  • Ceramic pod is great for nic salts
  • Caters to MTL and restricted DL vaping
  • Good battery life and supports pass-thru
  • Push-to-fill (PTF) may get messy with thicker nozzle bottles
  • Can’t remove e-liquid from pods
  • Wick holes of the 0.6-ohm pod are high (may cause dry hits)
  • Vapor not that warm (especially on the ceramic coil)
  • One of two ceramic coils I received was bad
  • Some issues with battery indication


A pod system that can satisfy both the MTL and DL crowds is kind of a rare breed. And the Vaporesso PodStick does exactly that. It didn’t blow me away with its performance and it sure has some shortcomings, but it is a great device for beginners—and even experienced vapers who like to occasionally switch between MTL and restricted DL. It is a practical, easy to use and well-built pod vape that ticks all the pod vape boxes.

What do you think of the Vaporesso PodStick? Let me know in the comments.

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Rincoe Mechman 228W Mesh Kit Review

We continue to surf the assortment space of relative newcomers – the Rincoe company. I remember their extreme novelty I liked exactly in terms of quality of performance. Therefore, here I expect absolutely the same level – proceed.

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Dimensions: 90 x 56 x 30 mm
Weight: 177 g Case
material: zinc alloy + plastic
Power: 2 x 18650
Output power: 1 – 228 W
Voltage range: up to 8.0
V Peak current: 50 A
Operating mode: POWER, TC (NI200, SS, TI), TCR, BYPASS
Temperature range: 200 ℉ – 600 ℉ / 100 ℃ – 315 ℃
Supported resistance:0.08 – 5.0Ω / TC 0.05 – 3.5Ω
Protection: against low / high resistance, against overheating, against short circuit, against reverse polarity, against overcharging / overdischarge
Connector type: steel 510, pin gold-plated, spring loaded
Screen / diagonal: yes
Micro- USB port / charging: yes, charging current 1.85A
Color: see photo below
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– Mechman 228W mod
– Mechman mesh tank
– replaceable evaporators 2pcs 0.2 / 0.25Ω (one preinstalled)
– spare origins
– spare glass
– USB cable
– user manual
– Warranty card
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We have already discussed the complete tankso I won’t stop there. It can only be said that he is the most ordinary, and for the whale the option is quite normal.
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Boxing design is a fashion for an amateur, and would even say a big amateur, but I will not say. For example, I’m not a fan of this kind of decoration at all, but even to me this “war paint” seemed normal and not even too “decorated”. Yes, it resembles a spaceship made of cheap fiction, and if it weren’t for the American banner on the back, I would even have praised the design. And I will praise, because I know something – about this below.
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By the way, the developers proposed just a bunch of design options, and not only the print, but also the “skeleton” is changing, which is much more interesting. By the way, you can replace this print with your own absolutely painlessly – instructions on this subject are available on the official website. Cool – you can stick a photo of your beloved or scan your passport)))
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Just a few words about ergonomics. It was not surprising for me, but it is excellent for an instance that is mutilated by various convexities and bulges.

The landing pad is steel, furrows from sticking are available. By the way, it’s about stability here – thanks to the special bottom design, it’s not the best – it’s better not to keep it on “soft” surfaces.
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The stock on landing is as if at 24mm, however, the 25mm specimens sit here quite aesthetically. I must admit, the vast majority of atomizers look at boxing fashion quite organically – and this with such a design.
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The control panel is well-cut. The buttons are plastic, but the plastic is tactilely nice. The fire is made in the form of a certain trigger, which adds a point to the piggy bank of already good ergonomics. The button move is small, smoothly elastic, the click is barely audible, but clear – these are just five points. Other control keys are a little louder. The display is medium brightness, the information is not overloaded and easy to read. For the street it is a little dull. At the very base of the connector for charging the battery, the declared current is almost observed.
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The battery cover is massive, but magnets securely fix it. A groove for convenient prying is available. Naturally, it is a little loose, but only with good compulsory tilting.
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The contact group is gilded, the upper contacts are tightly spring-loaded. Not to say that they are sharp, but it is better to be more careful with them – they can damage the braid of the batteries. A ribbon for comfortable removal of the latter is provided.
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In the work, the mod showed itself, perhaps, as a middle peasant. From the spot in the quarry, he does not vomit – accelerates not particularly smartly. The resistance reads correctly, as it displays the battery charge. But in terms of power, according to my subjective sensations, he is a little cheating – the actual value is behind the stated on the display. Another joint is the incorrect operation of the bypass at high resistance. At low it behaves better, however, in view of the overstatement of actual power, soaring on it becomes uncomfortable – it does not finish off in general.
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It may seem to you that this is such an option – they say that the design is an amateur and the board has its own jambs. However, I suppose you will change your mind after you recognize the price tag. It’s not enough to say acceptable – it’s excellent, and competitors for the same, as a rule, offer cheap plastic boxing, and then a heavy piece of metal that does not go away in defense after 5 puffs on the subwoofer. 
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I will name the most obvious competitive advantages of our hero – excellent build quality and materials used, original design and naturally price tag. 

I will recommend it at least as a particularly budget option. 

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Why buy

  1. Price, what a whale, what a mod
  2. Number of suggested design options
  3. Original design
  4. Ergonomics (despite the size and weight)
  5. Workmanship and materials

Why you should think

  1. Battery Cover Backlash
  2. Control chipset underestimates power output
  3. Incorrect operation in BYPASS mode

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Smok Mag P3 Kit Preview – Lock And Load?

The Smok Mag P3 Kit is the newest release in the Mag range!mag p3 poster

We have had the amazing Mag Grip, The Mag and the Mag Baby so far!

So what is different about the Mag P3 kit? Hmm quite a lot actually!mag p3 kit components

Let’s have a look at the tank first. Which tank you get in the kit will depend on which kit you buy:

  • TFV16 Tank – Included in all standard kits – for sale outside of TPD regulated areastfv16 poster
  • TFV-Mini V2 Tank – This is for kits for sale in TPD regulated areas to comply with the 2ml maximum capacity.tfv-mini v2

The TFV16 tank has been released for a while but a new coil has just been created. The TFV16 Conical Mesh 0.2ohm coil.tfv16 coils

This apparently uses the Conical Mesh from the OFRF nexMesh coils – I am not sure as yet if it is compatible with the OFRF nexMesh Sub Ohm Tank but it seems to be a similar design.

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tfv16 conical mesh coil

You will only get the conical mesh coil in the standard and US edition kits.

If you get the TFV-Mini V2 tank this appears to use the same wonderful coils as used in the TFV8 Baby V2 Tank – found in the Mag Grip Kit and the Stick V9 Max Kit.

Finally moving on to the mod – this looks a right beast – powered by 2×18650 batteries (not included) it will output up to 230W. Sadly no “magazine” style pop in battery compartment.mag p3 battery

There are Variable Wattage, Temperature Control and TCR user modes.mag p3 user modes

To operate the device there is a 1.9in HD touch screen with a keyboard input for entering a passcode to lock the device.mag p3 screen

Oh and having the “Mag” name you can expect the trigger style fire button! Plus it is IP67 Waterproof, Shockproof and Dustproof.mag p3 waterproof

There are 5 colours to choose from: Black / Red, Green / Black, Gray / Black, Red / Black and Blue / Black.
mag p3 colours

Kit Includes

There are two main kit versions. For the EU TPD areas there will be the TPD Kit – for outside the TPD regulated areas there is the standard kit.


  • Smok Mag P3 Mod
  • TFV-Mini V2 Tank
  • Mini V2 S1 0.15ohm single mesh coil (installed)
  • Mini V2 S2 0.15ohm quad coil
  • Spare parts
  • USB cable
  • User manual

mag p3 tpd version contents

Standard Kit

  • Smok Mag P3 Mod
  • TFV16 Tank
  • Bulb glass protective silicone sleeve
  • TFV16 0.17ohm Mesh Coil (installed) (EU Standard Kit Only)
  • TFV16 Conical Mesh Coil 0.2ohm (installed) (Non EU Standard Kit)
  • TFV16 Dual Mesh 0.12ohm Coil
  • Spare glass
  • USB cable
  • Spare parts
  • User manual

mag p3 standard editions contents

Smok Mag P3 Mod Specs

  • Size: 91.6×72.3x36mm
  • Output: 1-230W (VW) / 10-230W (TC)
  • User modes: VW, Taste Modes (Soft, Norm, Hard), TC (Ti, Ni, SS), TCR
  • Battery: 2×18650 (not included)
  • Display: 1.9inch colour HD touch screen
  • Resistance range: 0.1-2.5ohm (VW) / 0.05-2ohm (TC)
  • Temperature range: 200-600°F / 100-315°C
  • Waterproof (IP67), dustproof, shockproof
  • IQ-M Chipset – 0.001 second fire speed
  • Keyboard input for password protection

mag p3 mod specsSmok TFV16 / Mini V2 Tank Specs

  • Size: 32×64.5mm (standard) / 25.4x54mm (Mini V2)
  • E-liquid capacity: 9ml (standard) / 2ml (Mini V2)
  • Coil: TFV16 Coils (standard) / Mini V2 (Mini V2)
  • Adjustable bottom airflow
  • Locking swing top cap
  • Conical Mesh coil 0.2ohm uses OFRF nexMESH technology (TFV16 only)

mag p3 kit tank specsEven though this kit might be carrying the “Mag” name – thankfully there have been quite a few changes!

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