An in-depth look at the SMOK Mag Kit (Baby). We look at the product specifications, the pros, and cons, as well as comparable products. The Mag provides an amazing vaping experience packaged in a unique design that takes inspiration from modern firearms.
What is the SMOK Mag Kit (Baby)
The SMOK MAG Baby kit is more compact and portable than the original SMOK MAG kit. The MAG Baby now features a built-in 1600mAh internal battery that can fire up to 50 watts, and also includes a clear a high quality easy to read 0.96" OLED screen. The TFV12 Baby Prince Sub-Ohm Tank is an upgraded model of the original TFV8 Baby Beast. The new TFV12 utilizes improved TFV8 Baby Beast atomizer heads which improve the flavor and vapor output using similar wattage. The TFV12 has an improved 4.5 ml tank. Included with the kit you get a Baby Q2 coil as well as a Baby M2 coil. The SMOK Q2 Coil has a dual coil and is rated at 0.6 ohms. It has a usage range of 20-50w and is recommend to be best between 30 and 40w. Learn how to take care of your coils with this article.
How to use the SMOK Mag Kit (Baby)
Similar to the SMOK Mag Kit the SMOK Mag Baby is a very simple device to use. Starting up the device is as simple as pressing the fire button five times resulting in the OLED screen activating. Once the screen activates a menu will pop up showing essential vaping information such as the wattage, coil resistance, voltage, vaping timer, and voltage. Three additional clicks of the firing button let you access the menu.
Steps to use the device
- Open the Box and Locate the User manual. If at any point you are confused, reference the manual and that will clear up all confusion.
- Use the Micro USB Port and connect it to an outlet. Allow your device to have a full charge before using it.
- The first thing you want to do with the TFV12 Baby Prince atomizer is prime it. To do so you first hold the tank with one of your hands use the other one to press the top cap and move it in the direction that says open.
- Then add the e-liquid through the slot make sure it doesn't enter the center airflow tube as it will damage the device.
- Close the cap carefully and firmly. Then let it stand for several minutes to get the organic cotton completely saturated.
- Press the fire button 5 times then the SMOK logo should pop up then the menu will show up. Pressing 5 times again will lock and unlock the device once it is on.
- Pressing the fire button three times will open the menu setting.
- Once the setting is chosen hold the fire button to go down to the wattage section of the device to change the output of the device.
- In this menu, you also have other settings to try out including the TC mode.
- To turn the device off you first lock the device then hold down the fire button until the screen flashes and the device shuts down.
- Another way to shut down the device would be to press the fire button three times to open the menu then click the fire button three more times to cycle into the power options and click the power off option.
Specifications of the SMOK Mag Kit (Baby)
The SMOK Mag Baby’s is a compact version of the SMOK Mag kit that takes inspiration from the grips and triggers of modern pistols for its design. With a max height of 115mm and a total weight of 200grams, the SMOK Mag Baby is extremely portable and comfortable to carry. Unfortunately, the major weakness of the kit is the rather weak internal battery rated at a mere 1600mAh. So don't expect to use the device all day without having to recharge. One of the staples of the SMOK variable wattage mods is their incredible OLED screens. The SMOK Mag Baby continues this with its inclusion of a 0.96 inch OLED screen which is crisp and vibrant.
Aside from the standard variable wattage or power mode, the SMOK Mag Baby kit also supports temperature control which is compatible across the entire line of TC metals coils. Just like the SMOK mag kit the 10-second cutoff, short circuit protection, overheating protection, and low-voltage protections are included to ensure a safe vaping experience even for the absolute beginners to vaping.
The TFV12 Baby Prince's dual coil design results in flavors coming through strong and clean. As a result of only going up to 50w the vapor production is not as high as the original SMOK Mag Kit. The tank is affixed to the mod with a spring-loaded 510 connection which ensures gap-less and flush connectivity. The glass tank also has a maximum e-liquid capacity of 4.5ml which is plenty considering the dimensions of the Smok Mag Baby, so there will be less need to refill often.
While a lot of the specifications can be considered pros lets take a look at a list of the most impressive features of the SMOK Mag Baby Kit.
- Easy to Use
- 4.5 ml tank capacity
- Easy to Carry
- Can Use your favorite e-liquid
- Short circuit, overheat and low-voltage protection
- Nice sleek design
- Adjustable Airflow System
- Great for beginners
- Can be used with or without nicotine
- Screen easy to read
- Menus easy to navigate
- The tank is well made
Now a review wouldn't be right if we didn't include all of the cons we could dig up on the SMOK Mag Baby Kit. Now there aren't many but here is what we came up with.
- 1600 mah battery – poor battery life
- Temperature control performance is not the strongest.
- The device is more for left-handed individuals. (screen faces palm in the right hand).
- Design can be hit or miss.
- Poor coil life
The SMOK Mag Kit (Baby) is an ergonomic and affordable Kit for any level of vaping. It has some of the best features found in the top vaping mods and comes from the ultra-reliable SMOK company. This device can be compared to the SMOK Mag Kit and Devilkin. Both of these kits are also box mods with unique designs and have many of the same features found in this product.
ProVapor gives this device a 7.5/10 rating for its great design and ergonomics. It has all the latest features and constant firmware updates keeping the device up to date. However, the short battery life keeps it from getting a higher rating.