Demon Killer JBox Review
The Demon Killer Jbox Mod is the latest and first AIO pod kit from Demon Killer who’s a pretty popular for their coils and accessories but they haven’t made many vape devices. The JBox features replaceable pods with a 0.7 ml capacity, a 420 mAh battery, and uses 1.8-ohm resistance ceramic pods. It’s available in 2 colors, Black and White.
Demon Killer JBox Specs & Features
- Size: 62 x 42 x 13mm
- Battery Capacity: 420mAh
- Slide-to-push design
- Air-activated switch with no button
- Battery LED indicator
- Automatic pod installation light
Demon Killer JBox Packing List
- Demon Killer JBOX
- USB Cable
- User Manual
Demon Killer JBox Rundown
The Demon Killer JBox is an AIO (all-in-one) Pod Kit that has removable pods but the coil is built into the pod itself like the Innokin EQ or Vaporesso Revonva Zero.
It’s tiny in size and smaller than most pod systems measuring only 62 mm tall, 13.5 mm thick and 42 mm wide. It’s a box style pod kit that has 1 coil option which inexplicably is not included, so you have to make sure to buy coils for it.
Luckily for the review, I was sent 14 pack of the pods. The device has no buttons to turn on or off and uses the simple inhale to fire design like the popular JUUL. It features an LED on the front for battery level with 4 stages but it’s hard to read or see and is only on when vaping.
Demon Killer JBox Rundown Continued
The don’t list a charge rate for the device but I tested it at 0.40 so 0.5 amp max charge rate should be listed making it slower than most pods out there. I wish it had at least 1A charging which would have been fine for the small battery size. Speaking of the battery size, it’s listed at 420 mAh which is already a little on the small side for a pod system with many being 600 or more unless they are really tiny. I couldn’t test for this, however.
The cool design of this and why I like the design is the portability and pocketing. The JBox has a slide up and down feature, which allows the pod to recess into the device when not in use. I really like that design a lot. You slide the top open then slide the slider on the side up to expose the pod and be able to vape. When not vaping, slide it back down and slide the top cover shut. Pretty nice idea there I haven’t seen before so kudos there.
Seeing the juice level is kind of easy. The pods are thankfully clear and there is a juice window on the side slider so you can see it easily only when it’s retracted back into the mod. When you have it out to vape on, you can’t see the level. There is no fire button, its only auto draw.
Replacing the pods is quite easy and you can carry a spare. You just push up the pod out of the box and pull it right out and slap another one in. Super easy to do and the device blinks blue when it’s installed.
The panels of Demon Killer JBox Mod adopts the mirror finish so you will feel very smooth and comfortable when holding it in hand. They also include a lanyard with a rubber ring to attach the ring to the device then attach the lanyard to the rubber ring so you can wear it around your neck which is a nice addition.
Demon Killer JBox Pros & Cons
- Size and weight for portability
- Removable and refillable pods
- Lanyard included
- Cool retractable feature
- Battery meter
- Dust-proof design
- Nice flavor
- Beautiful looks with the mirror finish
- No pods included
- Lack of color options
Demon Killer JBox Video Review
So with all that said, do I recommend the Demon Killer JBox Mod or not? I don’t like to do a hard Yes or No, but this is going to be a Yes. The JBox Mod comes with a compact size and stylish demon pattern, which I really like. Besides, because of its mirror finish, you will feel very smooth and comfortable when you are holding it in hand. Together with its light weight, mini size, and push and pull style cover, Demon Killer JBox Mod will meet your daily vaping need perfectly. I highly recommend it to those who want a simple design vape device like the popular JUUL.
I started vaping in late 2011 to quit chewing tobacco. Over the past few years I got a lot more into the hobby side and buying and collecting a lot of gear. Fed up with the lack of good fair reviews I decided to start doing reviews late 2016 and haven’t looked back. I enjoy providing people with technical reviews that are fair and unbiased and from a place of knowledge to help them spend their money wisely.