Smok Mag Baby Kit Review
Build Quality79%
Vapor Quality86%
Versatility50%
Portability80%
74%Overall Score

Coming from the same DNA of the Smok Mag, Smok’s new Mag Baby is another super ergonomic mod. For me, nothing beats the Mag when it comes to ergonomics. Designed and constructed like a gun handle, holding the Smok Mag feels very natural. The kit also comes with the TFV12 Baby Prince tank, which is the smaller version of the TFV12 Prince, which makes sense since the Mag Baby is smaller in dimensions. If you are tired of the boxy and bulky mods, you will love the Mag Baby mod.

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Product Pros

  • Small and ergonomic
  • 0.96 inch OLED screen display
  • Leak free tank design with a locking mechanism

Product Cons

  • Small 1600 battery capacity
  • Non-removable battery

 

Smok Mag Baby Kit Review: Breakdown

Smok Mag Baby available colors

Quality

Build Quality

Build Quality

Looking at the Smok Mag Baby, you will instantly notice that it really looks like a gun handle. From the shape, the curves and the button placement, the design is truly inspired by a gun. What’s really cool is that the fire button is exactly where the trigger button should be when holding a gun.

The up and down buttons are just below the fire button for easy adjustments and there are holes on the back of the mod for battery venting. The Mag Baby sports a 0.96 inch OLED screen display which can clearly show all the information you need from a mod, from the wattage, voltage, resistance, battery life, you name it.

There is a micro USB port on the back of the mod for battery charging and firmware upgrade. Like all Smok products, the Smok Mag Baby is equipped with multiple protections to ensure your safety while vaping. It has a 10 seconds cut off, short circuit, over-heating and low voltage protection.

It also has an intelligent atomizer recognition that automatically detects the changes in your coil resistance and a puff monitoring system. The included atomizer in the kit is the TFV12 Baby Prince tank. It is just the smaller version of the TFV12 Prince tank and can hold up to 4.5 ml of e liquid instead of 8 ml.

It still features a dual adjustable airflow control but instead of having a cobra 810 drip tip, it uses a cobra 510 drip tip. The Smok Mag Baby is available in 9 different color options and whatever color you choose will also match the color of the TFV12 Baby Prince. The colors available are black, red, silver, prism, gold, purple, green, navy blue and pink.

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Vapor Quality

The Smok Mag Baby kit comes with two TFV8 Baby Beast coil heads. Pre-installed is the V8 Baby Q2 Core which is a 0.6 ohm dual coil rated to use between 20 watts to 50 watts. This coil is perfect for the vapers who want a balanced and rich flavor and vapor production.

The other included coil head is the V8 Baby M2 0.25 ohm dual coil which is perfect for those who want those dense and massive clouds. The Smok Mag Baby has a max output of 50 watts which is more than enough to fire these two coil heads. The TFV12 Baby Prince tank features a dual adjustable airflow control to further personalize your vaping experience.

You can set the airflow control to the minimum to get a tight and restrictive lung hit which is perfect for the new vapers who are still looking for that cigarette type of drag, and you can set it as open as it can be for an airy drag which can also help produce more vapor.

Smok Mag Baby flat display

Design

Versatility

Versatility

The Mag Baby mod is powered by a non-removable battery with a 1600 mah capacity. The battery capacity might be too small for some but if you are just a casual vaper, it will last a whole day for you. The max power output of 50 watts can be a little too low for the advanced vapers but the Mag Baby is actually made as a beginner vape mod and most newbies won’t even vape at more than 50 watts.

The TFV12 Baby Prince has an included cobra 510 drip tip and can only support other 510 drip tips, so for those who want to use 810 drip tips, sadly, you can’t with the TFV12 Baby Prince. The good thing about the TFV12 Baby Prince though is that even though it is a mini version of the original TFV12 Prince, it can still hold a large amount of juice which is 4.5 ml thanks to its bulb shape tank.

It is perfect if you are outside and don’t want to refill the tank every now and then. But even if you need to refill the tank, it is super easy with its top fill design which has a locking mechanism to avoid accidental opening of the top cap and leaking.

Portability

Portability

The Smok Mag with the TFV12 Baby Prince tank is only 115 mm in height, 114 mm in width and 27 mm in thickness. You will have no problems putting it in your pocket or even storing in your bag.

It is a perfect grab and go device for those who want a good looking and ergonomic mod to satisfy their vaping needs during work or parties.

Smok Mag Baby mouth piece detached

Conclusion

The Smok Mag Baby kit is perfect for those who want a very simple to use mod that features a unique look and unbeatable ergonomic design. Even though it can only fire at 50 watts max and has a small 1600 mah battery capacity, this kit is made for the vapers who just want to have a small and portable device that they can bring anywhere. The TFV12 Baby Prince tank, just like its big brother, is still one of the best tank atomizers and the fact that it is included in the kit is automatically a good buy for me.

If you are looking for something a good starter mod style vape check out the SMOK G150 and if you are just looking for the best check out the SMOK Procolor.

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Dan is a writer with a massive vaporizer collection who loves video games, superhero movies, finding new music, comic and regular books and critically deconstructing those things until he wonders why he liked them in the first place. He's also a pragmatic fitness enthusiast who believes that the best actions you can take in your daily life are those that help you reach your goals, and that naps are the most lofty, but also the most noble goal one can have.

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