In a seemingly endless routine of new items, SMOK has come to the batting place once again with the SMOK Devilkin 225W TC kit with the TFV12 Prince tank.
SMOK has been consistently releasing new products at a steady pace since the popularity of their Alien kit which took off over a year ago. Vaping communities across the internet are posting photos of their Smok gear at record rates. So lets dig into what can be expected from the SMOK Devilkin.
SMOK Devilkin 225W TC Kit Specs
- Size: 86 x 49.6 x 34.2mm
- Wattage Range: 1-225W
- Voltage Range: 0.5-9V
- Standby Current: ＜500uA
- Batteries: 2 x 18650 batteries (not included)
- Resistance: 0.1-2.5ohm(VW)/0.05-2ohm(TC)
- Temperature Range: 200℉-600℉/100℃-315℃
- Thread: 510
SMOK Devilkin 225W TC Kit Packing List
- Devilkin MOD
- TFV12 PRINCE Tank (8ml)
- V12 PRINCE Q4 0.4ohm Quadruple Core (pre-installed)
- V12 PRINCE T10 0.12ohm Decuple Core
- USB Cable
- Replacement Glass Tube
- User Manual
- Spare Parts
SMOK Devilkin 225W TC Kit First Impressions
Looking at the SMOK Devilkin for the first time it draws attention to its design. The overall look of the device seems strikingly similar to previous Smok devices and perhaps this is just a design overhaul from previous hardware. The front and back of the device features a “blade” like design which falls in line with the theme of the SMOK Devilkin. The device seems to be a tad more robust and round in shape than the typical sharp edge box mods we have seen in the past but appears to still be hand friendly.
As with most SMOK products, there are a wide variety of colors to choose from ensuring that each consumer is able to pin down the one that suits their fashion style. See below for color options.
One feature that is notable about these SMOK devices is the firing bar located on the side of the device. Perhaps SMOK can be credited for the start of firing bars and alternative firing buttons. The firing bar makes for a comfortable and easy method to get your vape on when you need it.
To power the Devilkin requires two 18650 batteries. Carried over from the Mag, the Devilkin has a slide out cartridge that comes out of the bottom of the device. Once the batteries are correctly loaded simply insert the cartridge back into the device and power on.
It’s no secret that SMOK designs hardware for maximum vapor production and at 220W of power, the SMOK Devilkin will do just that. Paired with the TFV12 Prince tank the combination of power and potential will leave users satisfied for both flavor and vapor production. The Price tank comes with two coils, Q4 for better flavor production and the T10 coil for massive cloud production.
SMOK Devilkin 225W TC Kit Frist Look Video
SMOK Devilkin 225W TC Kit Final Thoughts
Overall the SMOK Devilkin looks like a functional device aiming to keep the train rolling on the SMOK hype. The design is nice but not fantastic. We have seen this badge design before on other devices in the market and I think that SMOK could have put a bit more effort into overall aesthetic features. Users who recognize the SMOK name and are fans of the brand will undoubtedly pick this device up and all things considered it is a great kit they have put together. The high power of the device and the versatility of the Prince tank is also very nice.
I am John Pietersma, a 30-year-old husband and father of three children who lives in Nova Scotia, Canada. Having vaped and built coils for four years, I am very passionate about vaping and writing product reviews for everyone to read.