I know another pod kit – this is the Freemax Maxpod Kit…
Can Freemax transfer their flavour magic across to a pod?
What To Expect From The Freemax Maxpod Kit…
So following on from the success of their Mesh coils and tanks Freemax have designed a pod to use the same technology.
The device houses an internal 550mAh battery which gives out a constant 3.3V output – roughly 8-11W.
A battery indicator LED changes colour according to the charge remaining.
The body is made from a Steel and Zinc alloy with a colourful IML (in Mould Labelling) which allows for funky designs which are hard wearing.
The pod is refillable with up to 2ml of your own e-liquid.
The other bit of good news is that the coils are replaceable – so you don’t need to discard the whole pod when you need a new coil.
There are two coil options to choose from and you get both in the kit:
- NS Mesh Coil – 1 ohm – blue
- NS Mesh Coil – 1.5ohm – red
Here is a short video from the Freemax Youtube page to give you a closer look.
There are 6 colours to choose from: Red, Yellow, Blue, Black, White and Green.
- Freemax Maxpod device
- Pod with NS Mesh 1ohm coil installed
- NS Mesh 1.5ohm coil
- Lanyard and ring
- USB cable
- User manual
Freemax Maxpod Kit Specs
- Size: 100.8×21.8x14mm
- Output: 8-11W (3.3V constant)
- Battery: 550mAh
- Display: LED indicator
- E-liquid capacity: 2ml
- Pods: Refillable, replaceable coil
- Coil options: NS Mesh 1ohm / 1.5ohm
- Draw activation
The Maxpod kit appears to be a pretty standard pod mod setup – I do hope it bangs out the flavour like the rest of Freemax products!
Let me know your thoughts on the Freemax Maxpod Kit in the comments below!