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Smok Nord AIO - Review

Smok Nord AIO

Combining the timeless design of the Pen style with the simplicity of the Nord, Smok introduces the Nord AIO, available in 19 and 22 mm.

What You Get

As is standard with most modern vapes, there’s a USB charging cable, a warranty card, and the instruction book. There’s actually good information in there, so it’s a good idea to read it. You also get a 0.6 ohm mesh coil and a 1.4 ohm standard coil. And of course, the device itself.

The 19 mm tank holds 2 mls of juice, the same as the original Nord, but

has an increased battery of 1300 mah, compared to 1100 mah.

The 22 mm tank holds 3.5 ml of juice and has a 2000 mah battery.

One of the most significant improvements over the original Nord is how you fill it. No more having to remove a pod. With the Nord AIO, simply slide open the top of the tank.

Slide open the top, fill with juice, and close. Elegant and simple.

As I mentioned, the AIO uses the Nord coils, and the kit includes both the 1.4 ohm regular and 0.6 ohm mesh coils. There is also a 0.8 ohm MTL coil, and a 1.4 ohm ceramic coil available, so you have lots of choices.

There are many coils available, so you can find exactly the right hit for you.

To install the coil, simply unscrew the tank… press in the coil… and replace the tank.

Then slide open the top and fill with your favourite juice - careful not to get any in the central airflow hole. Then simply wait 5 minutes for the coil to be saturated with juice, and you’re good to go.

The AIO housing is stainless steel and comes in 6 different colours: Black, Blue, Red, Gold, Silver, and Rainbow, or 7-colour as it’s called.

Nord AIO Charge Indicator

Green: >70% Orange: 30-70% Red: < 30%

The button is an interesting pentagon shape, and there’s a small LED on it that shows battery level when you double-click it.

Note: Always charge your vape with a proper wall-adapter or a computer. Never charge it in your car unless equipped with a proper USB output in the vehicle.

The design is classic - you really can’t go wrong with a stick - and the colours are really vibrant. It has good size and weight and feels good in the hand - not cheap or plastic’y. If you like the stick style, you'll want to check out the Nord AIO.

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