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SMOK Pro color Kit

by Smok UK

1 review
£72.99 GBP

Smok Pro Color Kit

Introducing SMOK's latest addition to their vast and ever popular range, the SMOK Pro colour. The Procolor Mod boasts an impressive 220W of Power along with a real stylish design. This lightweight stylish device is perfect for those who like to vape on the go and coupled with the highly rated popular TFV8 Big Baby Tank, and the perfect e-liquid, of course, is sure to become that perfect all day vape we all enjoy.

 Now available with free UK shipping from Vape and Juice.


Key Features
  • 1.3" colour OLED screen
  • 6-225W adjustable output range
  • Dual battery life indicator
  • Customisable LED lighting
  • 2ml capacity EU Big Baby Tank
  • Universal 510 connection
  • Uses 2 18650 Batteries (not included)
  • Compatible with SMOK TFV8 Baby Coils
  • Dimensions: 85 x 46 x 29.5 mm

The Smok Procolor Kit features a top-fill system and adjustable airflow, and uses dual 18650 batteries. Measuring 85mm x 46mm x 29.5mm and weighing 151 grams, this device is perfectly portable and great for vaping while on the go, making refilling a stress free experience. With a 510 spring loaded connector, installing your tank of choice is easy. The brilliant OLED screen displays the battery life, power, temperature, puff time, resistance value, temperature mode, voltage, coil type, drawing effect, memory mode and puff counts, giving you full customisation of the device to tailor your vaping experience just the way you like it. There are three different temperature control modes, and the Procolor Kit can fire up to 0.06ohm and can reach up to 315 degrees. This clever mod has full protection against overheating, low battery levels and overextended puffs.



Smok Pro Color Kit
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Seems good, not as solid as I first thought due to it being made of alot of plastic. Cant go wrong with a dna75 board though.