This mod and tank combination is the result of a collaboration between Wotofo and Rig Mod, both big names in the vaping industry in their respective areas. The device has a very unique design, with the full-color OLED display screen located at the top of the front face, just below the tank connection point, and 7-color LEDs built into the body to add more visual flair. It runs on two 18650 batteries.
In terms of power it puts out an impressive 200 W, and it’s pretty unique in that it doesn’t feature a TC mode. This might strike you as a downside (and it certainly is if TC is a make-or-break feature for you), but they’ve really drilled-down on what most vapers are looking for from a device and put some extra care into the VW mode. As well as the standard VW mode, you can also set the device in “Powerful” or “Powerful+” mode, which both give the device an extra punch when you’re vaping in wattage mode. It also uses a firing bar instead of the traditional button for extra comfort when you’re vaping.
The Flux comes with the Flow Pro sub ohm tank as standard, which has two 0.18 ohm “multihole” (i.e. mesh) coils, a 4 ml juice capacity (extended to 5 ml with the bulb glass) and a well-executed top-filling system. This tank is a great performer on its own, but Smok fans will be happy to learn that it’s also compatible with TFV8 Baby coils, which gives you some more options when you’re stocking up on coils.
The Flux kit costs $69.95, coming with the mod, the tank, two coils, a drip tip adapter and the USB charging cable, in addition to a manual and some spare parts.