Smok Nfix Replacement Pods 3pcs Pack
The SMOK Nfix Replacement Pods are designed for the SMOK Nfix Pod System. Each pod features a 3ml salt nicotine e-liquid capacity and can be refilled through a side fill port. The SMOK Nfix Replacement Pod is rated at 0.8 ohms and is offered in either an MTL DC version or Mesh version. The pod also features a 3ml e-liquid capacity incorporating a side fill system with a silicone stopper. The replacement pod uses a gold-plated proprietary connection with direct air slots at the pod’s base, producing excellent flavor.
Nfix Replacement Pod
Side Fill System
0.8-ohm Atomizer Resistance
Available in an MTL and Mesh Version
Plug and Play Connection
Gold Plated Proprietary Connection
One Pack of Three (3) Nfix Replacement Pods
SMOK NFIX REPLACEMENT PODS| Design
The SMOK Nfix Replacement Pods are refillable and disposable, so you use them until the coil and wick burn out and throw them away. The coils are fixed in each pod, so you need to replace the whole pod when the coil burns out. The earlier SMOK Nord (and plenty of other pod systems on the market) allow you to replace the actual coil within the pod. Nfix pod cuts down on waste and would have been a nice feature on the Nfix. However, at the time of writing, there are only two coil/pod options for the Nfix – 0.8ohm DC MTL or 0.8ohm Mesh. Both pod options have the same Design and 3ml e-juice capacity but have different recommended wattage ranges.
The Nfix Kit I received came with two 0.8ohm DC MTL pods, one installed and one spare. The pods are made from clear plastic (PCTG), and the mouthpiece is integrated/fixed, forming the top part of the pod. Because the pods are clear, you can easily see how much e-juice you have remaining. You can see about halfway down the pod without removing it, which is pretty handy. There’s also a ‘minimum’ fill line etched on the side of each pod, so you know when it’s time to refill – I’ll show you how to do this a bit further down. On the underside of the pod are two small magnets to hold it in place. As I mentioned, small ‘ridges’ are also built into the side of the pod to keep it secure. Overall, I’m impressed with the Design of the Nfix pods. They’re easy to use and replace, well built, and snug-fitting.
SMOK NFIX REPLACEMENT PODS | Performance
Ok, so first things first. The airflow on the SMOK Nfix Replacement Pods provides a fairly tight, restrictive MTL draw. It’s almost perfect for me – not too tight, not too loose, but just right. Remember that the airflow isn’t adjustable, so if you prefer a super tight (or loose!) draw, the SMOK Nfix might not be right for you. The flavor and vapor from the 0.8ohm DC MTL pods are spotted! Thick, warm vapor and decent flavor! The recommended wattage range for these pods is 15 – 25w, but even at 10w, I was getting more than enough flavor and vapor. Crank it up to 20w, and the plumes of vapor are impressive – not to mention the flavor pops!
The throat hit is also decent and almost perfectly mimics the throat hit you get from a cigarette. I know e-juice can play a big role in throat hits, but I ran a bunch of different juices through the pods, and they all gave a satisfying throat hit. Pod life is excellent and far better than I expected. I use 50/50 PG/VG e-juice, and higher VG might reduce the lifespan slightly, but I got around 3 weeks of heavy vaping out of each pod before needing to replace it.