Freemax Twister 80W Kit Review
Freemax has been making great strides in their vape ware in the last 12 months with vape tanks such as the Fireluke, the Mesh tank, and the Mesh Pro tank, and now they have released an AIO (all-in-one) kit, the Freemax Twister 80W kit.
Freemax Twister 80W Kit Packing List
This kit contains the new “Twister” mod and the Fireluke 2 sub-ohm mesh tank. The Twister is a simple tube mod with 510 connection on one end and a twist section to change the wattage of the device at the bottom.
It features a micro USB for charging, and an LED illuminated fire button to show you the battery that is left in the device
It also contains the Fireluke 2 tank, which matches the colorway of the Twister mod itself when you buy the kit.
Freemax Twister 80W Kit Specifications
The Twister mod comes in a range of colors such as Black, Blue, Orange, Green, Red and Space Black. They all come with very cool graphics on the body of the mod that spread to the tank to give you a matching pair. This is an 80W tube device, with adjustable wattage from 5W to 80W in easy to select increments, micro USB charging, a built-in 2300 mAh battery and handles resistance from 0.1 ohms to 3.0 ohm.
The Fireluke 2 is a 5 ml, mesh coil, sub-ohm tank with a sliding fill mechanism and bubble glass. This comes with 2 coils, of which the 0.2-ohm coil is installed in the device and the 0.15-ohm coil is in the box as a spare. This uses the same 510 attachment as the Twister mod and has easily adjustable airflow. Wide open this is very airy but can be closed off very quickly.
Freemax Twister 80W Performance
I am not usually a fan of sub-ohm tanks as I prefer to build my own coils, but the mesh coil that comes with the Fireluke 2 is outstanding. I stayed with the 0.2 ohms installed coil and vaped it around 60W for a lovely dense flavorful vape. It has great airflow and a very easy filling mechanism. The way this cotton is filled inside the coil head is an ingenious way to make sure the coil is always saturated, even with thicker e-liquid.
The Twister mod itself is incredibly sturdy and simple to use, with the adjustable wattage moving in satisfying clicks as you twist the base, and the fire button providing tactile clicking when pressing. The button is very easy to locate and click compared to the previously mentioned LED around the button that lets you know how much battery is left.
Charging is simple with the included micros USB cable, and allows you to stand the mod up when charging to avoid any leaking, and also vape pass through while charging.
The two combined results were a smooth, flavorful vape with no dry hits with my 70% VG liquid.
The Twister Kit is a bargain at $60 for the full kit / £37.99 in the UK. Bearing in mind the original Fireluke Tank on its own retailed for $32 / £25 in the UK. So for not much extra, you are getting the matching mod that is designed specifically for the Fireluke 2 tank. Plus an advanced second generation tank, compared to the original Fireluke.
Freemax Twister 80W Pros & Cons
- Variable wattage Mod
- Easy to use
- Good performance
- High-quality paint job
- Tank comes with very good coils
- Very good flavor
- Smooth airflow
- Good vapor production
- Easy top-fill
- Affordable price
- Bubble glass may break if the kit drops.
I am usually one for making my own coils, wicking myself, and using dual 18650 and 20700 mods. I used the Freemax Twister 80W for the last week, I find myself reaching for this over my other mods, due to how easy this is to use. It is small, sleek and fits well in the pocket. Plus it delivers a great vape and a very easy way to charge when needed.
It does not rival my high powered mods with an RDA filled with dual fused Clapton’s, but it does a great job of delivering a good quality vape at a very affordable price!
I have been vaping for over 5 years and have been a keen hobbyist ever since starting. I moved into the review side of things after the success of my @mikethevaper Twitter page and have been striving to provide help and knowledge ever since.