Box-shaped pod mods are becoming more and more prevalent, and the Snowwolf Wocket is one of the latest ones to come out.
But is it worth it? It has some remarkable features that many people will like, but there are some issues with the flavor that might discourage some people from trying it. This guide will give a run-down on all the specifications, pros, and cons.
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Snowwolf Wocket Vape Pod System Review: How Does It Vape?
The Wocket provides a pretty good vaping experience, overall. The first thing a new user will notice is how quickly it hits. Pressing the firing button vaporizes the nicotine liquid in a fraction of a second. This is the vape of choice for people who like fast-hitting mods.
A big issue is with flavor. It is hard to taste anything when vaping on lower wattages, but when pushing it up to around 15 watts the flavor has a slightly burnt taste. The flavor improves after a couple of refills, but it can be hard to get over those first few hits.
Perhaps the coil was not primed enough, or maybe it was faulty, but going from zero flavor to burnt was very discouraging.
Snowwolf Wocket Pod Vapor Production
Here is a bit more on the vapor production. This vape has adjustable airflow, allowing it to produce tons of vapor when the airflow is wide open. It is not an exaggeration to say that its cloud production is on par with a tank.
This vape comes with all of the typical safety features found in a pod mod, like overheating and overcharging protection. So there should be no problems with the battery related to safety.
Inside the Snowwolf Wocket Kits
The Wocket starter kit comes with:
- One Vape
- One Cartridge
- Two 0.7ohm X-Grid Replacement Coils
- Instructional Manual
- Warranty Card
Design and Internal Build Quality
The exterior design is outstanding. There are several decorative panels available in resin, celluloid, luxury veneer, and frosted.
Additionally, the edges are not too sharp, making it comfortable to hold, and the vape is smaller than a pen and is easy to transport. As for the pods, the plastic is easy to see through, making it effortless to check on the juice levels.
The build quality is pretty solid, but the only problem is when the user wants to take off the Snowwolf Wocket pod. They can be challenging to separate the first few times, but there are some tips for getting them apart which will be discussed later on.
The Wocket uses an adequately sized 1,150 mah battery, which is pretty good considering that the vape only goes up to 25w. If vaping between 10 and 15 watts, the vape should last five to seven hours. That is not outstanding, but it is not bad either.
The screen is easy to read because of the brightly lit lettering and numbering against the black background. There should be no problems with reading it outside in bright sunlight. The battery life bar is on the left side, and the rest of the screen shows the puff counter and wattage indicator.
Getting back to airflow, it is top-adjustable, which is convenient, and it can be switched between mouth-to-lung and direct-to-lung settings. It works very well for every style of vaping because of the airflow and that the coils do a decent job of handling different juices.
The Snowwolf Wocket Pod
Each pod holds 3 ml of liquid and uses plug-and-play coils. They do an excellent job of containing the liquid and preventing leaks. The only problem is that when the product is new, the pod is challenging to get off.
After the first few refills, removing it gets easier, but it is necessary to pry it off with a knife or flathead screwdriver until then.
The danger here is that the plastic could easily break, which will seriously screw over a vaper looking for a nicotine fix. They should make the pods easier to remove.
These liquids are compatible with 70/30 and 50/50 vegetable glycerin to propylene glycol liquids and everything in between. The 50/50 liquids are best used with the airflow settings as tight as can be. Use the high VG liquids with the airflow wide open.
How Long Do Snowwolf Wocket Coils Last?
Coils can last a long time, depending on how they are used. If they are correctly primed, they can last a week or longer.
Also, using coils with highly sweetened liquids will reduce coil life. Be sure to adequately prime the coils before first using them, and be aware of what kind of juice is going into the pod.
How to Use the Snowwolf Wocket Kit
The Wocket is very easy to use, and it comes with everything a vaper needs to get started, including two 0.7 ohm Snowwolf Wocket coils. They are plug-and-play coils, which are the easiest on the market to use.
Before plugging one into the pod, drip some juice onto it and give it time to soak in. Doing this will increase the life of the coils while reducing spitback and dry hits. After five to ten minutes:
- Plug the coil into the pod
- Fill the pod
- Allow five to ten more minutes for that juice to soak in
- Five clicks of the firing button to turn it on/off
- Press and hold the firing button to vape
- Use the button beneath the firing button to change the wattage. The power goes up in one watt increments, and it round robins
- Press the firing and adjustment buttons and hold them for three seconds to reset the puff counter
- Press the firing button three times to lock the wattage
How to Fill the Snowwolf Wocket
Opposite the drip tip, there is a knurled knob that twists off. Removing it exposes the fill port. Add the liquid through the fill port until the pod is at capacity. Then place the cap back on.
How to Charge the Snowwolf Wocket
The Wocket has a micro USB cable, and the battery takes 60 to 80 minutes to fully charge, which is not that bad. To charge, plug the USB cord into the fill port for that amount of time. Once 60 to 80 minutes have elapsed, the vape should be ready to go.
How to Change the Coil Head
The Wocket uses a plug-and-play coil system. To change them:
- Remove the pod and take the old coil out from the bottom
- Take the new coil after priming it and insert it into the hole
- Remove any nicotine juice from the pod, or else it will spill everywhere
Snowwolf Wocket 25w vs. Orion Q Pro
These are both excellent products, but the Wocket is a much better vape for several reasons.
- For one, it has a slightly wider wattage range.
- Secondly, it has a larger battery.
- Also, it has a bigger pod, meaning less time between refills.
- However, the Orion Q Pro comes with three coils, including a low-resistance 0.25 ohm coil that produces higher vapor levels.
- It is a very close call, but the Wocket wins because of its nicotine juice capacity and higher capacity battery.
Snowwolf Wocket 25w vs. GeekVape Frenzy
- The Wocket is also slightly better than the GeekVape Frenzy.
- However, the Frenzy comes with a super high-resistance 1.2 ohm NS coil perfect for 50/50 nicotine liquids and mouth-to-lung vaping.
- But like the Orion Q Pro, the Frenzy is not nearly as good on juice capacity and battery life as the Wocket.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does the Snowwolf Wocket Leak?
All vapes leak, but this one does not leak all that much. Juice and condensation may accumulate around the connection between the coil and vape, but wiping it down once a day should prevent any connectivity issues.
Is the Snowwolf Wocket Good?
The answer comes down to how long you are willing to wait for the coil to break in fully. Each coil takes 10 to 20 hits before the flavor stops tasting burnt. However, afterward, the taste gets significantly better.
The thing is that you will have to go through this every time you use one of their coils. Other than that, it is a good pod mod that produces a lot of flavor and is easy to use.
Snowwolf Wocket Specifications
|Dimensions:||113.3 x 24 x 23 mm|
|Battery Type:||1,150mAh Rechargeable|
|Resistance Range:||0.4 to 3.0 ohms|
|Coil Support:||Kanthal A1|
|Material Construction:||Aluminium Alloy Chassis|
|Display Screen:||0.69 Inch OLED|
|X-Grid Coils:||0.7 ohm|
|Colors:||Silver Stardust, Unicorn Rainbow, Lava Red, Jade Green, Onyx Rose|
- Decent built quality
- Two coils come with the kit
- Good battery life
- High capacity pods
- Easy to use
- The flavor needs improvement
- The pod is hard to remove
- No 1.0 ohm coil in the kit
Closing Thoughts on the Snowwolf Wocket Kit
Despite some of the excellent specifications, there is some room for improvement in the flavor category.
- Each coil takes too long to break in. Something needs to be done about that.
- Another problem is how hard it is to remove the pod when it is brand new.
- It also would have been nice if they had included a 1.0 ohm coil instead of two 0.7 ohm coils.
As for features like airflow and battery life, these are great mods. They are ideal for vapers on a budget who want to blow huge clouds without spending exorbitant sums of money.
Whether these mods are worth it or not is up to the individual to decide, but those willing to endure a few odd-tasting hits will be surprised by what this device can offer.
If you have an opinion on this mod and want to share it with us, feel free to leave a comment below. We appreciate all feedback from our readers.
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One comment on “The Snowwolf Wocket 25w Vape Pod System: Is It Worth It?”
Kimberley MitchelMarch 21, 2022 at 6:09 pm
I bought the Snowwolf Wocket last year but preferred my Caliburn G. I picked the Wocket back up a couple of weeks ago and searched online for replacement pods and coils, to no avail. The accessories appeared to be sold out most everywhere. I think I did find some coils but no pods! I wonder what has happened?