SMOK has brought out some fantastic little kits recently. We’ve seen them really ramp up pods with advanced features and even the ability to use sub ohm coils and direct to lung.
Two devices which prove particularly popular are the SMOK RPM40 and the SMOK Fetch Mini. In this blog, we are going to compare the two kits, which people often get stuck between and look at the Aspire Mulus. We will tell you the different features and pros and cons to help you decide which kit will be right for you and your needs.
Firstly, let’s dive into the features of each kit.
From these lists, you may spot some obvious differences. Let’s look at them in more detail.
All of the kits have a 2ml pod capacity. This is the limit due to EU regulations. They are refillable, meaning that you can save money and single use plastic by refilling your pod with your favourite E-liquid. You will not be tied to one specific brand like you would be with something like JUUL. You will be able to experience a range of flavours, including high VG, but more on that later.
Both of the pod kits from SMOK and the Mulus from Aspire can be used with sub ohm coils. This means you will enjoy larger clouds, a more intense vape, direct to lung vaping and high VG eliquids. You are also able to use 1ohm coils and above, which allows for high PG ejuice and even CBD eliquid. Make sure you are using the correct coil for the vape juice in your tank to avoid leaks.
The SMOK RPM40 has a larger battery with 1500mAh than the SMOK Fetch Mini which has a built in 1200mAh battery. These are both decent sizes for small kits, however, if you are someone who doesn’t have access to a charger throughout the day, then you may be tempted to opt for the larger battery. The SMOK RPM40 also has fast charging.
However, the Aspire Mulus may come up trumps here as it has an external 18650 battery. This means that you can have two and keep one fully charged at all times, meaning you potentially will never run out of power if you are organised!
The SMOK RPM40 is slightly taller than the Fetch, however, the Fetch is a little wider. Both sit comfortably in the hand and fit easily in the pocket or purse. They are sleek little kits with some power behind them. The Aspire Mulus is also around the same size and shape as the Fetch.
All of the devices have an LED screen, featuring watts, battery and other information which you can alter. Having the screen allows you to make adjustments and really tailor your vape.
The SMOK RPM40 comes in seven colours and the Mulus comes in 4, whereas the Fetch has just black or blue to choose from. If you are someone who likes a jazzy looking device, then you might prefer the look of the RPM.
Both kits from SMOK are pretty decent and powerful, especially when you take into account their size. You will want to consider the battery life of each device and whether that is something that matters to you. You might decide that SMOK Fetch isn’t for you if you like colourful vapes and a larger battery.
The Mulus has higher wattage capacity than both of the SMOK devices, and has the ability to use an external battery.
If you are looking for a device to get started with vaping, or maybe something a little more discreet than a big cloud kit, then all of the devices will be ideal. They are each great kits and fairly similar in their workings. It might be that the way you decide which is for you is by the style of the device and the battery options.