What Can We Expect From The SMOK Fetch Pro Kit?

There’s a significant increase in the height of the Fetch Pro kit over its younger sibling, something to be expected given that it houses a single 18650 battery.

SMOK is renowned for releasing a multitude of coil variations, very often confusion reigns free, and they’re stacking up with their pod systems too.

The Smok Fetch Pro Kit is considerably taller than its Mini Me!


As far as I can make out the coils of the RPM40, RPM80 and RPM80 Pro are compatible with the pods of the Fetch Pro so there are a few to choose from.

It looks like there are currently seven from the RPM range and two for the RGC pod, and for budding builders there’s also the option of an RBA section for both.

As I said, confusion reigns free when it comes to the wonderful world of SMOK coils lol.

We can expect this upgrade to be heavier than the Fetch Mini thanks to the external battery requirement. All dimensions have been widened but nothing as noticeable as that of the height.

The included coils are a bit more powerful than those found in your standard pod system.

I expect the 0.17 ohm coil to offer a fully blown direct lung vape while the 0.4 ohm to provide a semi restrictive one.

As for Mouth To Lung? Doesn’t that seem to be a thing of the past with AIO pod systems?

Anyway! I’m supposed to be answering questions, not asking them

Please note this review is based upon the experiences I have encountered with the SMOK Fetch Pro Kit, and they may differ from your own should you decide to take a leap of faith.