The Innokin SmartBox is the latest vaping device from one of the leading companies in the business. This time around, Innokin is serving up a stealth-vaping device that couldn’t be easier to use. It looks like a great choice for beginners, as well as experienced vapers looking for a secondary box mod for stealth vaping. Here’s a closer look.
[The title of this section was inspired by the classic ’60s comedy Get Smart. The theme song is stuck in my head. May it be stuck in yours too.]
Innokin SmartBox Specs and Features
Here’s the official features and specs list of the Innokin SmartBox.
- Reverse Polarity Protection
- 15 Second Cutoff
- Low Voltage Warning
- Short Circuit/Atomizer Protection
- Battery Capacity Indicator Lights
- Battery: Replaceable 18650 (Not Included)
- Maximum Output Current: 10 amps
- Maximum Output Voltage: 4.2 volts
- Maximum Wattage: 45 watts
- Atomizer Resistance: 0.35-3.5 ohms
For All My Stealth Vaping Ninjas Out There
As you can see from the photos above, the Innokin SmartBox is tiny. It can be easily concealed by the palms of most vapers. For people looking for a discrete and easily-pocketable device, it’s definitely worth a look.
Beyond its diminutive size, the Innokin SmartBox is dead simple to use. After screwing on the atomizer of your choice, the box mod auto-detects the resistance and chooses an appropriate wattage. Vapers that enjoy tinkering and fine-tuning their vaping experience will take umbrage to this approach, but it’s great for people that crave simplicity. You don’t have to go through layers of menus to enjoy this mod. It’s truly plug-and-play. Besides, the LCD screens on most variable-wattage stealth-mods
suck aren’t very good.
Visually, the design of the Innokin SmartBox is only okay to me. Since it’s a blessedly simple box mod, with only a firing button and an LED battery life indicator, I was hoping for a blessedly simple design. The main body is available in a variety of colors, sandwiched by silver caps. There are vent holes for heat dissipation and the battery cap has some knurling. I would have preferred a smoother overall design in one color. Having said all that, it’s a cute little mod.
With its Lilliputian size and great ease-of-use, the Innokin SmartBox addresses two needs nicely. As a stealth-vaping and/or backup device, it’s an interesting option. Its plug-and-play functionality is great for beginners, as well as experienced vapers that want a device that simply lets them vape straight away. What do you think of this tiny box mod? Any of you intrigued enough to pick one up? Please share your thoughts on the Innokin SmartBox in the comments section.