Please check box to confirm your age.
By checking this box I confirm that I am at least 21 years old or older and of legal age to buy tobacco products in my jurisdiction. All orders are age verified through our third party system at checkout, as is required by law.
Please check box to confirm.
By checking this box I confirm that I use these products at my own risk.
Due to state legislation we are not currently shipping any products to the following states: NY and UT.
Go to Cart
Free Shipping on Qualifying $100+ USA Orders.

Smok Micro One Starter Kit Review

Smok Micro One Starter Kit

Smok's Micro One Starter Kit pairs the all-new R80 TC Box Mod with a redesigned version of the TFV4 Tank, recently the winner of Guide To Vaping's Best Tank of 2015 award. While technically classified as a "starter kit," this setup is anything but basic and contains gear that would be at home in any seasoned vaper's arsenal.


The new TFV4 Micro tank comes in two configurations - an ultra-compact 2.5 ml version and a larger 3.5 ml offering. A convenient feature is that you get two tanks in one, just switch out the included extra tank glass and install the included extension tube to convert from micro to mini-sized. Either way, the shorter tank height allows a more direct path from the coil to your mouth, allowing for a warmer (if you so choose), tastier vape. A new top-fill system makes adding vape juice (which you'll be doing rather frequently, for all its great performance this tank is admittedly a vape juice hog) easier than on any other tank we've seen - just slide the hinged top cap to the side and drip through a convenient fill port. An industry-standard 22 mm width means the TFV4 Micro tank will pair just as well with other mods as it will the R80 TC Box Mod.


Speaking of that R80 TC Box Mod, it's a newly revamped version of Smok's popular M80 mod. Smok brings a new, more accurate temperature control system refined in their popular X Cube mods and pairs it with a built-in 4000 mAh battery to last all day, even vaping at maximum power. The box supports temperature-limited vaping between 200 and 600 degrees Fahrenheit with Ni200 or titanium coils with resistance as low as 0.06 ohm, and can power your Kanthal builds with a resistance 0.1 ohm and above with up to 80 watts of power.


The Micro One Starter Ki comes in two configurations - the Sub-Ohm Edition comes with a 0.3 ohm micro fused Clapton coil build and a 0.25 ohm stainless steel replacement coil for high-powered direct lung vaping, while the Flavor Edition has 1.8 and 1.2 ohm coils designed for mouth-to-lung hits preferred by many vapers, including recent former smokers. There's also an optional RBA head available for purchase separately to allow for even more customization on what's already the most option-heavy tank on the market.


With its compact size, powerful output, and software that's capable of receiving the latest updates from Smok as they're released, the Micro One Starter Ki should be a solid choice for beginners and advanced vapers alike for a long time to come.