The SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod is a brand new hybrid device that boasts fantastic flavor and effortless cloud production. This is all thanks to its inventive dual airflow system. The Fetch Pro channels in airflow from both sides of the device and then directs it vertically underneath the coil; without any airflow loss. It’s modeled heavily on the very popular FETCH MINI 40W Pod Kit, which was the first rendition released late last year.
SMOK is a well-known vape manufacturer that’s been dominating the pod mod scene recently in 2020. They’re based in China and were established way back in 2010. More than 80 million SMOK products have been sold over its 10 year reign of the vaping market. The back catalog includes the legendary SMOK TFV line and SMOK MAG 225W Box Mod. Keep reading for an in-depth and honest review of the SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod.
The SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod is slightly larger than its previous counterpart. This is because it now houses an external 18650 battery for added power. Measuring in at 93.5mm’s by 46mm’s by 22mm’s, the Fetch Pro is still relatively lightweight and compact. It can now output 80 watts, which is 50% more than the original. This should last a day or so of regular vaping. It also features a handy USB-C port for quick charging.
The exterior resembles the Fetch Mini, but it doesn’t look quite as nice. The beautiful AG Glass panels have been replaced with a standard one-piece zinc-alloy chassis. The shape also feels stretched and as a result makes the cartridge appear inferior. This though isn’t the case as it can hold up to decent 4.3ml of eliquid and features a fully adjustable airflow control ring. The magnetics feel a bit weak but do hold the cartridge in place.
The SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod comes with two different cartridges and plug ‘n’ play coils. This includes a 0.4ohm RPM mesh coil and the new 0.17ohm RGC conical mesh coil rated for 40 to 80 watts! Both perform superbly, but I personally preferred the RGC. It’s also backward compatible with all RPM40 coils and an RBA option can be purchased separately.
The dual airflow system works as intended but does present some handling problems. Thumb firing is fine, but if you finger fire like me, one of the airflow slots can get blocked. I think this was a slight oversight by SMOK. The large side bar does help rectify things by allowing you to fire in a lower position. I also noticed a strange humming noise when firing the device.
The SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod is currently available for pre-order. You can expect to pay $31.99 USD from Vapesourcing or $56.18 AUD from Vaporfi. Make sure to use our exclusive 12% off coupon code ‘WWM12’ at checkout. I think that’s a cracker price and well worth a purchase. I would recommend this product to vapers that missed out on the original and are looking for a compact pod that’s got a lot of power.
The SMOK Fetch Pro 80W Pod Mod comes in a wide range of glossy colors that include black, green, orange, blue, silver, and also red. I’d love to see some different patterns available in the future. The packaging is modern and stylish. On the front face is an aesthetic line drawing of the pod mod. Inside you’ll find your Fetch Pro device, 2 x cartridges, 2 x coils, USB-C charging cable, and also a user manual.
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