The Uwell Caliburn KOKO seems to use the same aluminum alloy construction for the square-shaped KOKO. The matte finish is fairly scuff resistant in normal day-to-day use
UWell opted for a slightly different pod for the KOKO. Same design, shape, and 2mL capacity – but the coil has been changed to a 1.2 ohm and the airflow is slightly tighter for better MTL vaping. The new pod uses the same cap and fill ports as the OG – they are still a bitch to fill with a glass dropper. As pointed out by a reader, the Koko pod does have 4 wicking holes – 2 large and 2 small – as opposed to just the 2 on the original pod. This probably helps wicking higher mg traditional nic e-liquids in VG heavy mixes. The KOKO pods are easily identified by the red base.
The newer KOKO pods are great. The more restricted draw is much better for MTL hitters. The KOKO renders excellent flavour and decent vapour production ( given there’s less airflow). Airflow-wise – we’re probably talking what “feels” like 3/4 of the airflow as compared to the draw of the original Caliburn.
We tested the KOKO with both 20mg nic salt and 6mg traditional nic with no issue. The large juice hole on the coil ensures you can use a 70/30 ratio traditional nic without worrying about wicking. Pods are cross-compatible with the original Caliburn. Battery life is the same as the Caliburn – as the battery is the same 520 mAh. The major difference is the KOKO is draw-activated only – there is no fire button. The draw activation is smooth and consistent -much as it was with the original Caliburn.
UWell Caliburn KOKO Pod Kit Details:
- 1. Powered by 520mAh built-in battery
- 2. 2ml top-fill cartridge, easy to use
- 3. Pocket-sized for on the go, slim and lightweight
- 4. Compatible with the Caliburn pod