Smok Novo 4 Pod kit is stuffed with an amazing number of features into their newest pod release-Featuring replaceable coil heads, an LED display, adjustable airflow, and USB-C passthrough charging. Smok Novo 4 Pod Kit 25W with draw-Activated Firing Mechanism.
The Smok Novo 4 is essentially a more lightweight and portable version of the Nord 4. It’s clearly geared towards MTL vapers. The pods hold 2 mL and take LP1 coils, which are different from the Nord coils. It also features an 800 mAh battery capacity and an air inlet ring for fine-tuning your draw.
The 0.49-inch screen on the Novo 4 is very impressive-nice and bright. . The pods on the Novo 4 hold 2 mL and are dark tinted, but you can see what’s going on when you hold them up to the light.
Now that you don’t have to replace the pods and can just replace the coil, the Novo 4 Kit comes bundled with the LP1 Meshed 0.8Ω coil
More Coil options:
SMOK LP1 DC 0.8Ω MTL Coil: less vapor that the Meshed coil but provides a more intense flavor. Best at 12-25W (Not Included)
SMOK LP1 DC 1.0Ω MTL Coil: Stronger throat-hit and excellent MTL flavors. Best at 10-15W (Not Included)
Find them here!
The airflow on the Novo 4 wide open is still a bit more restrictive than the Nord, and you can dial it down from there. Running it with the 0.8-ohm mesh MTL coil that it comes with, will last on average use for nearly two weeks. That is a significant improvement over the original Novo pods, and the flavor is significantly better. They also don’t have that weird plastic taste and there’s no break-in time. Smok Suggests keeping it at 10 watts, but the 0.8-ohm MTL dual-coil in the kit can be taken up to 25 watts. If you’re running them at 25 watts all day, you’ll be charging and filling more often.
When you plug the Novo 4 into the charger, it gives you an estimated charge time and shows you your current battery life percentage. This kind of stuff is a game-changer for many vapers. It’s nice to have an idea as to how long you will need to keep it on the charger. The Novo charges at 0.74 amps and takes about 90 minutes for a full charging cycle.