Smok Morph 219 TF Mesh SubOhm Vape Starter Kit [Review]

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Smok Morph 219 TF Mesh SubOhm Vape Starter Kit [Review]

Smok has released what we think will be the new standard bearer vape starter kit for the Smok brand: the smok morph 2019 dual 18650 mod with TF Sub Ohm tank.

The flagship tank that will surely be seen on all the Smok kits going forward is the new TF sub ohm tank. It has the same basic look as the older but very popular TFV8 (Baby Beast) and TFV12 sub ohm tanks.

Filling the tank is straight forward, press the button at the top and the top swings open to reveal the fill port. Hold the tank at an angle to fill up for proper venting.

One of the frequent complaints about older Smok tanks was the weird, proprietary drip tip size. For the TF, Smok went back to the smaller but standard 510 drip tip instead of the larger 810 and an adapter.

Smok includes a 2ml straight glass as the replacement tank and ships the tank installed with the huge 6ml capacity convex glass.

A large silicone sleeve is in the package to protect the vulnerable bubble glass. The sleeve is effective at protecting the glass but is difficult to put in place and obscures the juice level.

The biggest change over previous Smok tank incarnations is the new pluggable coil system. Unscrew the bottom and just plug the BF-Mesh coils right in place, couldn't be easier.

Smok lists the starter kit as coming with one 0.25ohm mesh coil and one .35 ohm coil but the kit reviewed had two 0.25 mesh coils. Looking at the mesh inside the coil, it appears more like the net or honeycomb style mesh than the traditional screen style mesh.


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