If you are looking for something that is as good as the Smok Alien 220W kit but fits better in your hands, then you should check out the Smok AL85. Dubbed as the ‘mini’ version of the Alien, you may have to compromise the power output and battery life. But other than these two, may it be in functionality, ergonomics, and build quality, the AL85 has it all. Now if you are already giddy excited with this news, check this puppy out at https://nzecigstore.co.nz. If not, let me prove that to you below.
The Smok AL85 kit is stored in the same manner as the Alien and most other Smok products. It comes in a large cardboard box with a photo of the mod and the included tank on front. The back portion bears a short product of description, a list of contents, and a brief overview of the maker. You will find inside the box an AL85 mod, a TFV8 Baby Tank (3mL), a pre-installed V8 Baby-Q2 core 0.4 ohm coil, a V8 Baby-Q2 core (0.6 ohm dual coils), a USB charging cable, and the very helpful user manual.
The AL85 is a stubbier and shorter version of the dual-battery Alien 220W mod. It measures just 71 mm by 48 mm by 27 mm and weighs only 120 grams. The mod has a battery cap on top, sitting right next to its 510 connection. The Alien’s battery door can be found at the bottom part of the device. Other than these, the AL85 can really be called an ‘Alien Baby’.
Just like its larger cousin, the AL85 has the same firing bar. This also needs some pressure to click. This staple Smok design feature is very helpful to prevent accidental firing issues. Although chances are slim, prevention is always better than cure as they say.
Its zinc ally metallic body also feels really solid. I have read complaints that its paint easily chips off. I have been using mine every day for over a year, but the finish is still intact. So I guess how we clean the kit really does matter. I’ve always treated mine like a baby.
Alien’s impressive OLED screen is also present on the AL85, with the plus (+) and minus (-) buttons found just below it. The overflowing information found on the screen may seem overwhelming at first. But believe me, once you’ll get the hang of it, you won’t be bothered at all. Just think of the time and hassle this will save you. Instead of browsing through the settings and sub-menus, the screen offers you everything you need in just one click. Ah, the convenience it gives! You will also find the same carbon-fiber panel that bears the AL85 and Smok logos.
It has a rated power of 85 watts with voltage ranging from 0.35 volts to 8.0 volts. Coil resistance stand between 0.1 ohm and 3.0 ohm when set in wattage mode, and 0.06 ohm to 3.0 ohm in temperature control mode. Speaking of temperature, expect between 200F and 600F for the AL85 kit.
Being called as a ‘baby’ does not mean that the AL85 slouch in terms of producing sustained power to produce thick clouds and delicious taste. Thanks to its TFV8 Baby tank, the AL85 can fairly compete with other bigger mods out there. The stainless steel tank can store up to 3 ml of e-juice. It has an excellent airflow control system and a hinged top-fill system, something that is also installed in all the TFV4, TFV8, and TFV12 sub-ohm.
You can grab the Smok AL85 kit for the cheap price of NZD $84.90 at www.nzecigstore.co.nz only. The mod astoundingly comes in 18 different colors including black/champagne gold, black/gun metal, black/red, and silver. Please note that battery is not included in the kit. The kit is quite in demand so I suggest you secure your own now.
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