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    Smok cube II 160w TC vaping

    A first look at the new Improved Smok Cube II.
    $2 Extra for temperature control.
    SMOK X CUBE Ⅱ - Vaporizer Mod
    With bluetooth enabled technology.
    Does this mean I need to buy a phone with bluetooth options? lol
    One of the biggest draws for the Smok X Cube II is that it is bluetooth enabled, putting at the cutting edge for vape technology right now. It also has the option to include temperature control technology which enhances its viability on the market tenfold.
    Does this improve the device? They seem to think it does.
    Hopefully it still has manual controls on the mod itself.
    The bluetooth technology that the X Cube II offers is similar to other bluetooth enabled mods, relying on an app to connect the device with the users phones. Through the app, you can fully customize your vaping experience, fitting your specific device with your specific vaping style. To me, that is one of the best features of the X Cube II. Smok is finally coming out with a versatile, viable device that provides the user with a unique function to enhance their vaping experience.
    Perhaps you need to be part of the app generation.
    Until I get to use it, I don't see the appeal.
    Smok X Cube II First Look | Vaping Cheap
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    Ha! Bluetooth technology on a vape machine, very intresting! I think a very useless option but what the hell, why not! Can't wait to read and watch reviews about it...
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    Yeah Im not really too fussed about the bluetooth side of it either. I just love that button

    The first Smok Cube had manual controls so I assume this is the same.

    There is controls on the top and looking at this graphic it seems most of the stuff can also be controlled on the device itself....


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    If it's US$100 it should be AU$135.
    For that you get: a Zinc Alloy and Stainless Steel mod, with separate 18650 batteries, not included.
    Output Power: 6W-160W
    and a Resistance Range: 0.08Ω—3.0Ω
    and what is the standard Temperature Control Range: 200F-600F/ 100C-315C
    Will it allow vapers to use nickel, nichrome, and titanium wire in the TC option?
    The vape cheap reviewer raves about the bluetooth technology, I'd rather pay less and have only manual controls.
    The only option you can get is the TC, and then it's only $2 more for TC, why wouldn't you take it?
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    Will it be the latest addition in Smok's landfill range? I'd definitely be waiting for them to be out for a while before handing over cash for it. With or without the swanky button.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Northerner View Post
    Will it be the latest addition in Smok's landfill range? I'd definitely be waiting for them to be out for a while before handing over cash for it. With or without the swanky button.
    And a Plus +1 from me on that!
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    Yes I have an XPro M65, that won't work above 25watts.
    I think I'll wait to see the reviews, before I believe anything their advertising says.
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    I have an m65 that I use to build and dry burn coils on... Not very reliable for that even.
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    Quote Originally Posted by disley View Post
    If it's US$100 it should be AU$135.
    For that you get: a Zinc Alloy and Stainless Steel mod, with separate 18650 batteries, not included.
    Output Power: 6W-160W
    and a Resistance Range: 0.08Ω3.0Ω
    and what is the standard Temperature Control Range: 200F-600F/ 100C-315C
    Will it allow vapers to use nickel, nichrome, and titanium wire in the TC option?
    The vape cheap reviewer raves about the bluetooth technology, I'd rather pay less and have only manual controls.
    The only option you can get is the TC, and then it's only $2 more for TC, why wouldn't you take it?
    have had my eye on this and came close to pre ordering it.

    changed my mind after watching reviews of previous models.
    Agree that it would be better without blue-tooth, more crap that could break down.
    Unsure why the TC activation doesn't come as standard, assume it's to force users to download an app when activating the TC function.

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    Anyone have one of these yet? Thoughts, comments??
    Trying to decide between this and the IP3 Li
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