Smok Alien 220W Review
Smok Alien 220W has been around since this dawn of vaping and it has made many, many excellent products over the years. The company itself, however, is likely most known for its XCube series box mods, the TFV4 tank and the MIGHTY TFV8 sub-ohm tanks which are some of the best in the business.
SMOK has a number of tricks up its sleeve with the SMOK ALIEN 220W TC Box Mod. The first is that it uses SMOK’s own, in-house chipset which means SMOK can factor this into the price.
The second is performance; the SMOK ALIEN 220W TC Box Mod promises SPADES of the stuff. And the third is design; the SMOK ALIEN 220W TC Box Mod is a beauty, to be sure.
The Alien 220W mod is undeniably the spotlight with this set. I can say that this device is probably their best looking one yet. Measuring 30mm in thickness, 44mm in length, and just 85mm tall, the Alien is remarkably compact. Design-wise, SMOK was inspired by other popular mods. Like the P4U IPV 6/6X mods and also the Siegelei 213. But the new flagship from SMOK has quite a lot of unique features that will help it to stand out from the rest of its competitors.
One of these attributes is the firing bar that SMOK has been employing on its mods as a substitute towards the basic power button. It was released on the X-Cube 2, and since then it became the standard design for SMOK. In my past reviews of SMOK devices using the firing bar such as the OSUB 40W, always raised the matter of unintended firing, either keeping it in a decent wallet or when holding the device. Although, simply locking the device might prevent it from occurring, but sometimes we tend to forget it. The firing bar on the Alien 220W requires a firm pressure to activate, so the odds of firing the device by mistake are really low. It might take a while to get used to it, but it does fix the accidental firing issue.
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