Smok X-Priv Kit Review

When the lovely Tom over at Vapesourcing.com decided to partner with Ceekays Vape Shack for a second month, he sent me out the Smok Xpriv kit to feast my beady eyes upon! Thank you Tom ;)

Smok X-Priv Kit Specs

X-Priv MOD
Size: 88 x 46.5 x 30.4mm
Wattage Range: 6-225W
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℃

TFV12 Prince
Size: 63 x 28mm
Capacity: 8ml
Coil: Compatible with Q4/X6/T10 Core
Material: Stainless steel and pyrex glass
Thread: 510

Smok X-Priv – In the box

1 x X-PRIV Mod
1 x TFV12 Prince Tank
1 x V12 Prince-Q4 0.4Ω Quadruple Coils (Pre-installed)
1 x V12 Prince-T10 0.12Ω Decuple Coils
1 x Replacement Glass Tube
1 x USB Cable
1 x User Manual
Spare Parts

Initial Thoughts

Now Smok, most people either love their gear or hate it. For the record I have never hated Smok products, but I’ve never loved them either (I know, I’m contradicting my own statement there) but there are some people that are m’eh towards Smok products. That was me. I’ve owned them, I’ve used them, but there was nothing particularly special about Smok products. They are decent mods, and for me they have worked as they should. But, nothing has ever made them stand out as superb.

So the X-Priv arrived in a smart black box, as most of their products do, with the typical outer sleeve. Pretty sturdy packaging which is great as this kit had a long journey. On opening the box I was actually in awe at the X-Priv. Gone is Smoks ultra crappy paint job! In it’s place is one of the most amazing rainbow mods that I have actually seen!  :love2: The X-Priv looks like it’s anodised! The colours are vibrant and shiny! Not a hint of paint waiting to chip can be seen anywhere!

 

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