The SMOK Species is their replacement for the astoundingly popular Alien vape mod. But thanks to, er legal issues, they have had to change the name, but you can think of this as the Alien V2.
A dual 18650 vape battery mod, 230w powerhouse caters to every vaping taste. And, unlike the alien, the paint finish on the Species is designed to deal with the rigours of vaping life and not chip easily.
Watch the vaping.com SMOK Species Kit Unboxing video
SMOK Species Kit Specifications:
Dimensions: 30.6 x 49 x 136.1mm
Material: Zinc Alloy
Output Mode: VW / VV / VT-Ni / VT-SS / VT-Ti / TCR
Output Wattage: 1 – 230W
Output Voltage: 0.5 – 8.2V
Resistance Range (TC): 0.05 – 2.0 ohm
Temperature Range: 200 – 600°F (100 – 315°C)
Display: 1.45″ TFT
Touch Screen Control
Battery: 2 x 18650 (Not Included)
SMOK Species Kit Contains:
1 x SMOK Species 230W TC Mod
1 x TFV8 Baby V2 Tank
1 x Baby V2 A1 0.17 ohm Vape Coil (Pre-Installed)
1 x Baby V2 A2 0.2 ohm Dual Vape Coil
1 x Glass Tube Replacement Glass
1 x Micro USB Cable
1 x User Manual
1 x Spare Parts
Additional Help & Advice
Vape starter kits can require a significant amount of technical knowledge to function correctly and safely. At vaping.com we recommend you make sure you read all the instructions before firing up your device for the first time.
It’s generally safer to use an external battery charger if you as using a device with 18650 batteries. The reason for this is that you protect against wearing out your micro USB port and most external battery chargers deliver more balanced charge which prolongs the life of the battery and the device. Always ensure that you never use damaged batteries in either your device or separate charger as battery wrapping protects the device. If your device uses dual or triple battery configurations make sure you use the same brand of batteries with the same level of charge.
Make sure if you’re using the temperature control feature on your device that the vape coils your using are compatible. For example nickel, titanium, or stainless steel are safe for TC.
Please be aware that there is always a slight risk when using rechargeable batteries. Make sure batteries are never left charging unattended. Always keep your batteries in a container that is non-conductive to reduced risk. When moving batteries in and out of your device or charger make sure that you always check the batteries for any sign of damage. If they are damaged please don’t reuse them.