The Devilkin Kit By Smok Previewed
Ooh look – another new release from Smok – blimey they are busy! Meet the Smok Devilkin kit!
I won’t go into too much detail about the TFV12 Prince tank as we have already reviewed that and our Laura-ann loved it.
So let’s have a look at this Devilkin mod. Very strange name for a start! Looking around the internet the word “Devilkin” seems to mean a little devil.
Anyway the mod itself is a 225W output mod which will need 2×18650 batteries and the batteries are not included in the kit.
There is a clear 1.3in screen which seems to use the same display and user interface as the Smok X-Priv – you can set the theme colours.
The front and rear of the mod is described by Smok as having a “blade-shaped design”.
A large fire button takes up the whole side of the mod – which I did like on the X-priv.
You can choose from 6 colours of Devilkin kit: Black/Red, Black/Prism, Black/Prism Gold, Black/Prism Chrome, Black/Prism Blue and Black/Prism Gunmetal.
- Smok Devilkin Mod
- TFV12 Prince tank
- V12 Prince-Q4 coil
- V12 Prince-T10 coil
- Replacement glass tube (not EU Version)
- USB Cable
- User manual
- Spare parts
Smok Devilkin Mod Specs
- Mod size: 86×49.6×34.2mm
- Power output – 1-225W
- Output voltage: 0.5-9V
- Atomizer Resistance Range: 0.1 to 2.5 ohm (VW) / 0.05-2ohm (TC)
- Temperature Control Output 200-600° F /100℃-315℃
- 1.3in OLED display
- Batteries: 2×18650 (not included)
- VW / TC and Memory modes
- 6 colour screen themes
- Firmware upgradeable
TFV12 Prince Tank Specs
- Capacity: 2ml (EU) or 8ml (Outside EU)
- Size: 63×25.5mm (2ml tank), 63x28mm (8ml tank)
- Stainless steel body
- 510 thread
- Optional bubble glass tube
- Bottom adjustable airflow
- Top refill system
Not the most exciting kit I have seen this year but looks to be a good combo with the TFV12 Prince tank.
Will you buy the SMOK Devilkin mod? Let me know in the comments below!