A Smok Novo Review – Hotter Smoker Or Colder Smoker?
The Smok Novo is a revolutionary evolution of the original SMOK Novo, which quickly won fans over because of its cool fit and powerful vapour performance. With the SMOK Novo, you obtain a simple, yet effective vaporizer that is in a position to deliver top performance the whole day and all night long. The body of this little wonder is manufactured out of lightweight metal, which makes it convenient to carry even on a sweaty night at the club or a flight to your favorite destination. Aesthetically speaking, your body is manufactured out of a red color, which matches the original Smok Novo and Smoktech vaporators.
The brand new model of the SMOK Novo also features a built in battery. Putting it simple, the original vaporizer did not have a built in battery. This was a concern for several users since they did not desire to leave their vaporisers up for grabs, but instead had to take it using them wherever they went. This was not a problem with the Smok Novo because it has a built in battery capacity. It may not be as large as the original novo vaporizer, nonetheless it is still impressive.
For people who plan on using the Smok Novo as a desktop vaporizer, there are a few differences between the original and the new model. In terms of power, the new Smok Novo can only just hold a higher wattage compared to the original novo vaporizer. It is also heavier than the original as a result of weight of the body. Smoktech however claims that it’s lighter due to larger battery. Besides that, Juul Compatible Pods both have the same heating system so there is really nothing different aside from how big is the batteries.
Another difference may be the wattage of the heaters. The novo x10 is powered by a triple A battery and the Smok Novo uses a rather large 500 watt heater. The newer units also have an adjustable wattage control, but this feature appears to have been taken out of the Smok Novo package in favor of the newer pod models. Although you can find fewer choices in wattage, the heaters do have different ways in which they are able to heat the liquids. Smoktech seems to have removed the need for the adjust-wattage control on these units.
The other thing that’s noticeable in the design of Smok Novo units is they are designed to be positioned on top of one’s desk or table. This allows one to keep your hand free for other things, although it may be difficult to type while taking a stand. Smoktech still recommends that you use the included stands for the only real reason that it will allow the unit to be put through to a surface. This is very important to two reasons. To start with, if you were to try to use the heater while standing on the ground or on a rug or carpeting, it would be impossible to hold the vaporizer upright. Second of all, with the heating elements being along with the desk or table, the warmth will be more consistent, and you will have a longer-lasting experience.
Speaking of lasting, there is another change from the nova heatset. The Smok Novo now uses a disposable vapor cartridge. The power to this is that it eliminates the need for storing a fresh unit. You merely empty out the old cartridge and pop it into the recycling box. If you were to use a disposable, then you would have to go through lots of disposal processes to create room for the brand new one.
Really the only disadvantage of the Smok Novo is that it’s now limited to working with propane only. If you intend to use your portable stovetop vaporizer having an autocrat device, then you will have to make sure that your stove is compatible with the pod design. Or even, the device only will not work. Smok representatives tell me they are working on a new pod design that may allow visitors to use both forms of devices at the same time.
At the end of the day, I believe the Smok Novo does indeed provide a top quality stovetop vaporizer, with great benefits. I also think it’s priced well. However, I’d caution anyone from getting the Smok Novo without reading the owner’s manual first. There exists a lot of information within which could potentially confuse consumers. My advice? Read it anyway!