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Nevoks Feelin AX Kit

Stephen checks out the Nevoks Feelin AX pod kit to see what it has to offer

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Vape Club very kindly sent the Nevoks Feelin AX pod system over for us to try out.

Yay!  A device! After a few e-liquid reviews, it’s good to be back to what I’m used to. This is the Nevoks Feelin AX pod system. It has a 1500mAh internal battery, a button and auto fire, and it goes up to a max of 30W. It takes the Nevoks A1 pods which are obviously 2ml here in the UK, and it has a decent airflow system so you can use their different pods to adjust and vape how you like.  

A handy insert in the packaging lets you see what pods are available for the kit, and there is a good range going from 0.4ohms, 0.6ohms, 08ohms, to 1.2ohms, so all types of vapers are covered as long as you don’t want to go over the 30W limit of the system. And the packaging is nice. I normally never comment on it, but the box opens like a book and snaps shut with a satisfying click when you close it. There must be a magnet in the lining, and it's great for fiddly people like me.

Unboxing and Contents

In the box you get the device itself, a charging cable, the aforementioned insert for coils, another insert to give you their social details, and the included 0.6ohm pod, along with an instruction manual. It is a shame that they’ve only included one pod in the retail kit, but looking online, it’s not too expensive to buy more, and you get three in a pack for £7.99. Vape Club are one step ahead though, and you can buy the device for only £15.99 bundled with a pack of two pods, which makes it a nice cheap kit.

Who are Nevoks though? I’ve never heard of them personally, apart from maybe seeing reviews on this page. If you go on their webpage, the about section tells you they were established in 2019 to focus on mid-range and high end markets. Well, no-one is going to admit to catering to the low end of things, are they? They also seem to care about making people healthier through their products, which is admirable in the cash grab world of vaping these days. There’s also a timeline with thirteen pod kits on display, running from 2020 until now, so they have been busy in the world market as well.  

There’s also a focus on being innovative and fashionable within the vaping world, and you can see from the design of the Feelin AX that they have thought about this. I’ve personally never thought about being fashionable while holding a vape, and I’m not sure a lot of people here in the UK do, but I know it’s a big thing in other markets and it’s nice to see a well thought out kit, which the AX is. The battery section is nicely rounded with soft edges and it feels pretty nice to hold, whilst the pod section clicks in nicely and is held by magnets which are strong enough to withstand it being dropped on the floor. 

Then there are the other design considerations. First of all, there’s the airflow slider on one side. It has three holes when fully down and that gives you a smooth RDL, verging on DTL draw. You can close that to two holes for more RDL, and then when the slider is fully up, It’s one hole, which gives a reasonably tight MTL draw. You can always cover that as well so that you can get it even tighter. I don’t know how that would affect the coil though as it does give a slightly warm vape fully covered. On the other side, there’s a USB Type-C charging port that states it works at 5V and charges at 2 amps. It’s nice to see it on the side, rather than the bottom. As I say, they’ve thought about the design here. On the front, there’s a small OLED screen which gives you the wattage, ohms of the pod, battery indicator, and a puff count, plus a little padlock symbol to tell you if it’s locked or not. The branding is not overly intrusive, as there is Nevoks printed on the front and Feelin AX on the back at the bottom.  

Nevoks have kept it simple here with one button to do everything, it fires, it changes the wattage, and it locks the device. To lock the device, you just click the button four times and to adjust the wattage, you click it three times then click until you get to the wattage you want. You can’t turn the wattage down, however, you can just click through until it round robins back to 5W and then go up again. One thing I do quite like is that the device measures the pod every time it’s put into the battery section, as if it’s checking to see if you’ve put the right kind of pod in.  

Performance

To use, the Nevoks Feelin AX is also simple. You just fill up the pod via a side fill port, then turn on with five clicks of the singular button. Adjust the wattage, and off you go. I would have preferred to be able to adjust the wattage up and down, but once you get used to that, it’s not a problem. I put some 10mg nic salts in the 0.6ohm pod and pulled a nice, big, slightly restricted draw at the 22W limit for the pod. Then I coughed…a lot. It was my own fault as I’d put in a 50/50 ratio liquid and put it at the highest setting for the coil. I popped it down to a more manageable 18W and went for a smaller draw. That was a lot better for me, and the mesh coil gave me a very good flavour out of it. I wouldn’t say it’s a great kit for DTL personally as I DTL at much higher wattages than the 30W limit this kit gives you, and with much airier tanks, but for RDL, it’s really, really good. The flavour comes through well on 50/50 liquids and equally as well on 70/30 liquids (I changed it soon after recovering from my first coughing fit). The battery lasts well, and it’s a very good kit for taking out and about with you.

Conclusion

Overall, I was impressed with the Nevoks Feelin AX. The flavour is good, the device easy to use, and everything is placed in a good spot on the battery section. It has an adjustable airflow to accommodate the different pod options, a nice big battery (anyone else sick of constant 1000mah batteries in pods?), and it feels nice to hold.

Thanks again to Vape Club for sending the Nevoks Feelin AX kit over. As already noted, it’s £15.99 for the bundle with a pack of two pods, and extra A1 pods are £7.99 for a pack of three.

Pros
  • Cheap, well-made kit
  • Comfortable to hold
  • Great blast of vapour on the 0.6ohm pod
  • Good flavour from the coil in the pods
Cons
  • Could have been better with a wattage down function rather than the round robin system
  • Only one pod included in the kit
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Stephen Gitsham

Reviewer at POTV
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I was a very militant smoker for many years…why would I stop doing the only thing I had left that I liked doing?  Then I fell into vaping in 2017.  My wife bought a cheap kit off from Amazon that stopped working and I took it to a local vape shop to see what they could do with it.  An hour later and full of new knowledge about watts, ohms, and juice strength, I headed home with a new nautilus mini tank for her and raved to her about the helpful guy in the shop. I must have bored her with all my new found information.  I tried her vape that night, and a week later bought my own kit. Then I found POTV and the amazingly helpful and generous people on it. A month later I was making my own (disgusting) vape juice, and a month after that I was winding coils for my new RDA.  Six years on and I'm much better at making juice, and I now have no money but lots of shiny mods and tanks

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