What's New of SMOK Stick 80W
SMOK released its latest pen-style vape kit, the Stick 80W. Like the predecessors, SMOK Stick 80W didn’t change a lot of the general design. You may not find much difference from the SMOK Stick V9s, SMOK Stick Prince and the classic SMOK Stick V8. Let’s review the specifics of all the major SMOK Stick products.
However, the stick 80w does have its own identity.
ADJUSTABLE WATTAGE VALUES
The power range of Stick 80W goes from 5 to 80W, which can be adjusted by rotating the dial at the bottom of the device. It goes in 5 watts increments. This old school technology reminds us of the Vision spinner batteries, and of course, the Freemax Twister. Compares with them, SMOK stick 80w did a great job on the battery capacity.
BUILT-IN 2800MAH BATTERY
Stick 80W employs a built-in 2800mAh battery to provide ample power to heat the SMOK TF Tank, bringing you powerful and durable vaping experiences. What's more, it will bring you massive clouds of vapor. You can charge the device via the included USB cable. When it is fully charged the indicator will be off.
UNIQUE SQUARE POWER BUTTON
Stick 80W adopts a single square power button with an LED indicator showing the battery level and device status. It can give you a better hand-feel when pressing and is quite easy to operate.
IMPRESSIVE SMOK TF TANK
The SMOK TF Tank features a higher tank base, which provides more space for upcoming airflow. In addition, the TF Tank is compatible with SMOK Stick Mesh Coils. The creative stick mesh coil is custom made for Stick Series batteries. The best range of the 0.15ohm TF stick mesh coil is 60-70w, with the power of stick battery, it can give big clouds, intense flavor, and longer lifespan.
It is harder and harder to impress vapors in the technology part. However, we can see SMOK still tries to improve the vaping experience from every possible aspect. As an all in one pen style vape kit, the SMOK Stick 80W Kit includes everything you need. If you are a cloud chaser, the stick 80w should have a seat on your list.
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