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Freemax Autopod50 Pod Mod Kit

                                   


Freemax Autopod50 Kit is apparently the first double mesh coil pod kit.

The device consists of the battery component and the removable and refillable pod component.

Looking at the battery part of the kit – this houses a 2000mAh battery which has a 2A charging rate via the USB type C port. Freemax state this will charge in around 80 mins at 2A.

Autopod50  Kit Specs

Material FeCrAl/PCTG/SS904L/Tea Fiber Cotton

Size L43.5 * W24.5 * H94mm

Pod Capacity 4ml

Coil Resistance 0.25ohm/0.5ohm

Battery Capacity 2000mAh

Output Voltage 0.7-7.5V

Output Wattage 5-50W

Color Gunmetal, Coral, Blue, Green, Black Red, Blue Yellow

Price: $29.99 use code AT50

The pod is refilled via the bottom fill port and at the base of the coil is the airflow adjustment ring.

There are 2 different coil options and both come in the kit – the new Coiltech4.0 AX2 dual mesh – 0.25ohm and the AX2 dual mesh – 0.5ohm.

Both coils have tea fibre cotton wicking and SS904l (stainless steel) mesh elements. Apparently these coils are designed to give a good coil life at 30-40 refills.


Pros

Gorgeous well made kit

Airflow adjustment is a great addition

Pod is easy to remove without being loose when in the device

0.25ohm coil gives the flavour and vapour of a huge sub-ohm tank and box mod running at 60+W!

USB Type C quick charging

Surprisingly economical on e-liquid – I did have the 4ml standard size pod – so I might have found it thirstier with a 2ml pod and filling more often.

Coil change is really easy

No leaks or malfunctions – worked straight away


Cons

The fill port plug is a bit flimsy and annoying to try and hold out of the way when refilling.

The pod tint is dark – not as bad as some I have seen but you do have to hold it up to the light to get a good view of the e-liquid level.

I didn’t get the silicone protective case (probably because mine is an early review release) so I did cover the whole thing in fingerprints and it can feel slippy in the hand at times.

Instructions are omitting a few details and the writing is extremely small – would be hard for some to read.

Having to remove the pod to adjust the airflow isn’t the best design – but it does work and I am pleased it does have the option.

When you remove the pod even for filling the device reverts back to the default wattage setting.

The front panel on mine does creak a bit.

I think the screen display is a bit crowded and the battery icon is small.

Airflow is slightly more restrictive than you would find on a full size sub-ohm tank. I found it perfect but might not suit everyone.


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