Five-Star Rating System
I’m going to give the Smok Fetch Pro a solid 4. I love it. I love the form factor. I love the way it feels in the hand. It just looks great. I would definitely buy this one, just on the looks alone. That color screen makes it pop. They did a good, good job with this device.
Giving the Smok Fetch Pro a solid 4 as well. Let me explain why. I love the conical mesh coil, the one that you saw me vape on. It’s fantastic because unlike a lot of devices in this category, the conical mesh coil takes full advantage of the wattage output of the actual device. Awesome job, Smok. You’re getting a 4 for that. Plus, there are other coils available for it, and there’s an RBA section as well.
Giving the Smok Fetch Pro a solid 3. Little better than average. It’s adjustable and it’s smooth. I like that. it’s a pro. They’re getting a 3 for it.
I’m going to give the Smok Fetch Pro another solid 3. I’ve been seeing anywhere from $30-50. I think $50 is a little on the high side. Definitely shop around. If you can get it for around the $30-35 range, I think it’s well worth the money. So we’ll give it 3 stars.
We’re going to take all these stars and we’re going to add them up, we’re going to total out at 14 stars overall. We’re going to take those 14 stars, we’re going to divide them by four and we’re going to come up with a 3.5-star review rating for the Smok Fetch Pro.
So on my rating system, I set 2.5 as average. So this puts the Smok Fetch Pro a full point over average. I actually like this Smok Fetch Pro kit a lot. I think it’s small, it’s stealthy, and it vapes really well. The bottom line is when I compare this to something like the Vinci X by Voopoo, I actually like this one better, strictly because of the coils that are available.
Let’s get into those pros for the Smok Fetch Pro.
- Single 18650 Battery Mod: I love it.
- 2amp Type-C Charging: All other vape companies need to take note. It’s time to move to type-c charging. Got to evolve.
- The Smok Fetch Pro has a nice Color Display
- It has a nice Juice Capacity
- Love the Form Factor
- The Smok Fetch Pro uses the Same Coils as the RPM Line
- Airflow Cutouts: They’re out of the way, I’m never covering it up by accident. Smok did a nice job where they placed them.
- Nice Flavor & Clouds: I’m getting very nice flavor & clouds for the Smok Fetch Pro. I vaped this on the 0.17 mesh coil at 78W, with a bit of Johnny’s Juice in there. And not bad at all, not bad for this little guy. The flavor is fully saturated, the juice tastes great, the clouds are nice, I got smooth airflow. Just a really, really pleasant experience in a tiny little package.
- Power-to-Size Ratio: Can you believe this little thing does 80W? That’s another pro. I love the power-to-size ratio for the Smok Fetch Pro. If you weren’t able to tell, I actually really like this little device. And I got to give Smok credit. The last couple of devices that I’ve reviewed from them, they’ve really upped their build quality. Definitely, definitely impressed. I wish they would fix the TC now on their chipset, on the bigger stuff, but they’ve really upped their build quality. The G Priv 3 had some nice build quality to it and so does this one. Really, really nice job on this, Smok.
Let’s get into those cons for the Smok Fetch Pro.
- No Mouth-to-Lung Coil & RBA Deck: It’s a damn shame that there’s no mouth-to-lung coil & RBA deck in this nice little Smok Fetch Pro kit that they did so well. It’s a con.
- Color (Orange): I’m not crazy about the color initially sent to me for the Smok Fetch Pro kit. I think the color sucks, it really does. I hate this gold, bronze, rose… whatever you want to call it. It’s putrid. I would have much rather another color. Why would you send the reviewers the ugliest color you have? I just don’t get it. But that’s a subjective con. I like this device so much. I hate the fact that I got it in this color.
What’s up, Insiders! DeucesJack at Vaping Insider. Today, we got something a little different for you. This one kind of shocked me a little bit, not going to lie. We’re going to review the Smok Fetch Pro.
Check out that rose gold color. It’s way too loud for me, but I got to tell you, I’ve been impressed with this Smok Fetch Pro.
What’s In The Box
Check out that funkadelic color for the Smok Fetch Pro. I’m not digging that color. They’re calling it orange, it looks like gold to me. Way, way too flashy for me. I really wish I was sent another color for this Smok Fetch Pro device. As you can see, you get two tanks and you get a type-c charging cable.
From Top to Bottom
Let’s start going over this ridiculously colored Smok Fetch Pro pod mod for the review.
First of all, what’s with all the branding, Smok? How many times you guys got to be told? Listen, if you’re going to put branding, put it in the corner somewhere. I don’t need a mod with big letters in Fetch Pro. It just looks stupid. I don’t want to see that on mods, I just don’t.
Up and down buttons screen right there. There’s your fire bar, kind of raised, nice and clicky. You have to click it from about 60% down to all the way up. You click it the more towards the bottom you go, the more resistance you get. This is where you’re going to get your airflow again. Again, some gaudy Smok Fetch Pro branding. I hate it. I can’t stand it.
On the bottom here, you got your battery door, pop it open. No spring load. Just pop it open like that. It does take a single 18650 battery. Battery door markings are black on black. That’s a bad job, Smok. Down the tube, you can see, it’s got a red plus sign on the bottom with a spring-loaded, gold-plated battery contact. Pop a 18650 battery in the Smok Fetch Pro, just like that. Close the door, kind of got to pull it down and then push it in, just like so.
By the way, handle the Smok Fetch Pro for a few minutes and it’s an absolute crime scene. This Smok Fetch Pro is a fingerprint magnet.
The Smok Fetch Pro comes with two different pods. They may look the same, but they are not. The one with the red plug is the RGC pod, the one with the black is the RPM pod that takes RPM coils. This one takes RGC coils. They both have adjustable airflow on the bottom. As you can see, they both have coils, pre-installed. They’re definitely on the dark side when it comes to seeing your liquid level. I would have liked to have seen them being clear.
This is the 0.17ohm coil good for 40-80W. You can see the minimum level right there. And you can see it says RGC conical mesh coil and you can see the mesh inside. This is the RPM mesh coil, this one is 0.4ohms and it’s good for up to 25W. We’ve all seen this before in the other RPM mods. Both have adjustable airflow that just keeps spinning, no stoppers.
Since we’ve already gone over the RPM coil in other reviews, let’s try the new RGC conical mesh coil for the Smok Fetch Pro kit.
Take your coil. You got the RGC coil, so remember, you want the one with the red stopper. Then you take your RGC coil, you just pop it in there, boom. Just like that. Plug and play style coil. Open up your airflow if you want to. You take your mod and you pop it right in there, just like so. Not bad as far as being able to see your liquid level. I just wish this was a little lighter.
Let’s go over the screen for the Smok Fetch Pro. You got Smok in the corner there. I don’t know why they feel the need to do that. I know it’s a Smok mod, their brand is all over the mod. Battery meter, wattage, lock or unlock, there’s your resistance, there’s your puff counter in seconds, there’s your puff counter, and total amount of puffs. Here’s the up and down button, it scrolls in 1W increments all the way up to the full 80W. It does round-robin. We’re going to start this off at around 60W. If you hit the plus and minus buttons together, your wattage is locked. Hit it again, unlock it. If you hit the minus and the fire button together, it clears your puffs. Hit the plus and fire buttons together, and it changes the color. See that? Blue, pink, white, blue and green, yellow and green, red and green. I like the blue one. We’re going to keep it in the blue. Five clicks shuts it off. Five clicks turns it on. And that’s all she wrote.
Let me give you one last look at the Smok Fetch Pro all put together for this review. Nice and shiny. If you people like your pod mod shiny, you’re going to like this Smok Fetch Pro pod mod.
Continuing on with the review, Smok sent me a more acceptable color, a black one. They also sent me the RPM80 rebuildable kit. So this kit will work on the Smok Fetch Pro. It’ll work on the RPM80, which I’m going to review really soon. Will work on both of them. Here’s how it works.
So let’s open this thing up, you got this little box right here. And inside, you have some cotton, which we’re going to use. You have a phillips head screwdriver, with a bunch of spare deck screws and a couple of spare o-rings.
You have your actual deck section, that I’m going to show you in more detail in a second, and you have this nice piece, which is very well thought-out. This is the piece, the 510 adapter that lets you dry fire the coil. Awesome job on that, Smok. Here’s the deck section right here. It screws off, just like that. Threading on it is actually surprisingly nice.
And there is your deck for the Smok Fetch Pro.
The coil is pre-installed, it’s a simple, round wire coil. You could probably get a simple clapton in there, but for now, we’re just going to use the coil they installed. I want to show you the poster offset. Really, really nice that they pre-built it for you. Now here’s the neat part, this part is kind of ingenious. Look at the bottom there. You don’t see anywhere to put the 510 adapter, right? Wrong. Check this out. 510 adapter screws right into that part. On the inside, there are threads. And now, you can dry fire your coil, and see what it’s ohming out at before you actually wick it.
So let’s do that. Let’s take our trusty 521 Tab Plus, you guys have seen this in my videos before, and let’s give it a quick dry burn. Let’s see what it’s ohming out at. 0.53, we’re going to switch it to fire mode. Give it a quick dry burn. You could see, it’s pulsing from the inside out. It’s a space coil, so we got no issues. But the main thing is now we could see what it’s ohming out at, 0.55.
So now what we’re going to do is we’re going to take that little strip of cotton. And it seems like they folded it in half. And I think they folded it in half so you could cut it in half and get at least two wicks out of it. So what we’re going to do is we’re going to take the cotton right here, we’re going to fold it in half, kind of make like a little loop there, then we’re going to take our scissors and we’re going to cut it in half, just like that. So now we get two wicks out of it, at least. Get rid of one, take the other, twirl it between our fingers. Make sure we get it nice and tight because this is a small, simple wire build. Get those extra fuzzies out of there. See how that’s nice and tight? And now we’re going to take it and we’re going to put it right through.
Now, when you wick this thing, see your wicking ports right there? I would say, cut your wicks right above that o-ring. So that’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to measure it out and we’re going to run our scissors right along that o-ring. We’re going to do the same thing on the other side. We’re going to run right along that o-ring and cut.
Now you take your vape tool, I like to use a dental pick, especially on dainty stuff like this, and just tuck your wicks in, nice and gently. See how nice and loose that is? That’s how you want it. Nice and loose. Turn it around, do the same thing on the other side. And now you can see your cotton right over there.
Now it’s time for juice. The juice we’re going to be using today are juices by the Batman. This is the guava flaky pastry. So now what you want to do is you want to take some of that juice and you just want to lay it right on there.
Just get that cotton nice and saturated, get it started. And at this point in time, if you want, you can give it a test fire. Make sure you got vape. So now we take our juiced up section off the stand, we remove the 510 adapter, which is, by the way, is ingenious. Now you want to take your barrel section. Make sure you try not to get any cotton cord in the threads and just thread it on nice and easy, nice and smooth. And your section should look something like that.
Remember, I showed you the two tanks. You want to use the tank with the red fill port. The other one will not work. Only use the tank with the red fill port. Now you take your rebuildable section, line it up, and pop it in. Once your coils all popped in, you can see, you still have adjustable airflow, now it’s time to fill it up.
Now you take your open fill port, stick your juice bottle in there, just give it a nice squeeze until it’s all filled up. Might not be a bad idea to let it sit for a minute or two. Let it kind of wick up a little bit. There you go, filled up to the top. Now we take our plug, pop it right in there. After you’re all done, take the mod, pop it in there. And you can see, we’re ohming out at 0.63, and now you can adjust the wattage and vape.
Let’s go over some of the specs on the Smok Fetch Pro.
- Dimensions: 93 x 46 x 22mm.
- Battery: Single 18650 mod
- Wattage: 80W maximum
- Charging: Type-C at 2amp
- Screen Display: 0.96-inch color display
- Juice Capacity: 4.3mls
- Colors: Black, Green, Orange, Blue, Silver, and Red
- Coils: 0.5ohm RPM mesh coil + 0.17ohm RGC mesh coil (included in Smok Fetch Pro kit)
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And that’s it for this Smok Fetch Pro kit review, Insiders. That’s all I got for you today. You keep living that vape life. We’re out of here. Deuces.
- Single 18650 Battery Mod
- 2amp Type-C Charging
- Color Display
- Juice Capacity
- Form Factor
- Same Coils as the RPM Line
- Airflow Cutouts
- Nice Flavor & Clouds
- Power-to-Size Ratio
- Build Quality
- No Mouth-to-Lung Coil & RBA Deck
- Color (Orange)