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Uwell Caliburn KOKO Vape Pod Review

Back once again! I know I’ve published a lot the past couple of days and I ask forgiveness, I was just testing all of the gadgets overtime to see if there were any long term issues I ‘d face. Far so great with all of them. This one here is a performance of a currently existing incredibly star product The Uwell Caliburn has actually been discussed a lot on this subreddit and rightfully so. It is almost a best pod system in my opinion. This new variation of it is very similar with only a couple of distinctions. Obviously I’ll be entering depth on as much as possible. Let’s get going.

Disclaimer for openness: this product was sent to me from Uwell for the purpose of this review however it does not change my opinion on the product.

PACKAGING AND ASSEMBLY

The Caliburn KOKO exists really perfectly in a black and gold box that says “Keep On Keepin On” which is precisely what KOKO represents. It comes with your battery which is an extremely thin square shape made with some sort of alloy. It has a micro usb charger on the bottom and an LED battery indicator on the side. On the front and back of the battery KOKO Caliburn is etched in perfectly. In the rest of the box you get an additional 1.2 ohm pod (another difference from the OG 1.4 pods) a lanyard, your contact and warranty information and a micro usb cable television.

The pod slides into the top of the battery into a hole placed to the side. There is no on and off button on this gadget so once you put the pod in you’re set.

Candid shots of the device:

TOTAL EFFICIENCY

The draw on the pods is a little more open I have actually observed. The Caliburn is a tighter MTL with the possibility of limited lung hits but these KOKO pods are a more loose so restricted lung hits are a breeze.

The battery appears to last me most of the day with moderate usage and the pods are lasting me 2+ weeks. It has all of the exact same great things you hear about the Caliburn simply in a different shape truly. The brand-new shape feels great in the hand but it is a bit strange at.

LAST PROS

– Terrific flavor – Great feeling draw – Additional pods – 2ml capability – Good battery life – Fast charging – Feels great in hand – Pods are cross compatible – Come with a cool lanyard

LAST CONS

– Battery life could be better – No on or off button – Draw activation was a little faulty on my model however I’m sure it will be all right – I feel we ought to be using USB C by now – No button fire

OUTRO

It still tastes truly excellent, draws truly great, battery is the exact same, power and output is the exact same. I ‘d state I ‘d still suggest this pod system to everybody. It is definitely worth the choice up however if you already have a Caliburn this isn’t much of an upgrade!

Would anyone mind if I review some older gadgets ?? Let me understand! Thank you so much to Uwell for sending this out to me, they are the best. I will capture you all in the next one!

In the rest of the box you get an extra 1.2 ohm pod (another difference from the OG 1.4 pods) a lanyard, your contact and service warranty info and a micro usb cable.

The pod slides into the top of the battery into a hole placed to the side. There is no on and off button on this device so as soon as you put the pod in you’re set.

The Caliburn is a tighter MTL with the possibility of limited lung hits but these KOKO pods are a more loose so limited lung hits are a breeze.

The battery appears to last me most of the day with moderate use and the pods are lasting me 2+ weeks.

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