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[Review] Freemax Twister 30W AIO Kit https://ift.tt/2Jfr4Mk

FREEMAX TWISTER 30 KIT

Intro:

Freemax sent me this kit for review. They've had a solid year for 2020 IMO. I'm not the biggest pod pan around but, their Maxpod and Autopod50 were both pretty nice to use. The Maxus 100W & 200W kits were more my speed.. One thing always seems consistent with Freemax products, they know how to make some great coils. I really mean that.

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The Twister 30W AIO KIT is a small tube mod, with a 22mm tank on top, made for both RDL and MTL vaping. It's smaller and less powerful than its predecessor the Twister 80W kit. The tube still has a dial on it towards the bottom like the first version. Both have built in batteries of course.

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Photo of available colors

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What's included:

  • 1 x Freemax Twister 30W Mod

  • 1 x Freemax Fireluke 22 Tank

  • 1 x 510 DTL Drip Tip (Pre-installed)

  • 1 x DTL Mesh Coil 0.5ohm

  • 1 x MTL Mesh Coil 1.5ohm

  • 1 x 510 MTL Drip tip

  • 1 x Extra Glass Tube 2ml

  • 1 x Pack of Extra O-Rings

  • 1 x USB Cable

  • 1 xWarning Card

  • 1 x Warranty Card

  • 1 x User Manual

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The package is pretty standard. Freemax uses a blue box but a white outside sleeve type thing.

Here's the front of the box.

Here's mine upon opening.

In the bottom is an extras box.

The items within the extras box.

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The Twister 30W Mod:

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I got the black colored version. It has some Twister logo etching but it's not very noticeable. It has Freemax written on one side as well. The fire button has a LED inside of it the lights up while you press it. It also lights up during charging. I couldn't find anything in the manual about the different colors. I've noticed it blue when in use and red while charging.

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The charging port uses Micro USB. At the bottom of the tube it has a stainless steel ring with a little window cut out of it. The way to adjust wattage is by twisting the ring until the window aligns with your target wattage. It goes from 7.5W up to 30W. 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30W are all marked numerically. You can go one click below 10W, but also in between each number I listed above. Those are not marked numerically but by little line dashes. Those clicks would be 7.5, 12.5, 17.5, 22.5, and 27.5W.

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It comes with an internal 1400mAh battery. At the wattage levels used to operate this kit, battery life has not been a problem.

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Fireluke 22 tank:

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The tank is 22mm at the base obviously and comes with a strait, and bubble glass. It has a locking top cap like the Aspire Nepho or Smok TFV9. There's a little red dot like most of Freemax's newer tanks have. It marks where you slide it open. You have to lift up on the top cap ring and slide it away from the red dot. When closed, you can trust it won't come open in your pockets.

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The coils load in without threads. They're "plug and play" styled or whatever people call them. When you pull the coil out, the juice ports will close. It's a spring loaded mechanism that works automatically. I know there are people who put a lot of stock in that feature. You can take a coil out with a full tank and it won't leak.

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The tank is directed at people who want a restrictive direct lung draw or a MTL styled draw. The airflow ring has one side that accommodates MTL, and the other side for RDL. On the MTL side it has one hole. The other just has an elongated opening. The inside of those openings is where it gets interesting. I took a picture of what I'm talking about.

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The openings in there can be fine tuned with the outer ring for what you're after. Wide open is like using a pod kit like the Luxe PM40 with its more open coil. So it's restricted direct lung basically. When using it as a MTL tank, you can get a true MTL draw. I forgot to mention, airflow only comes through on one side. You can use one of the tiniest of holes on this or even half of that.

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Size comparison vs Luxe PM40.

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The coils:

This kit comes with two coils. Ones for RDL and the other for MTL. Both use SS904L and cotton & tea fiber wicking. The RDL coil is wider and has green o rings. The MTL coil is shaped kind of like the old Kanger evod coils and has red o rings. There's another one that's 1.0Ω mesh for MTL I haven't tried yet.


.5Ω SS904L Mesh coil (Best:15-30W)

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I used regular 70/30 liquid with this coil and 3mg. I started at 15W but it felt like it wanted more power. I ended up working my way up to 25W, and liked the airflow on the tank wide open. The flavor is outstanding for the juice I used. It's called Ruthless EZ Duz It which is supposed to be Strawberry Watermelon. I've been using it for a while but got a little sick of it in a 55W subohm tank. At 25W, I think it's the best it's ever tasted and I'm not joking.

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I said it before that Freemax knows what they're doing with coils. Still, I wasn't expecting to like these coils as much as I do. This is the best 25W coil I've probably ever used. I know people love pods, but I prefer glass and steel not plastic. The flavor is always better it seems like. The airflow doesn't have to run along plastic or go through the device. It just comes in clean from the outside. It makes a big difference for me.

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I normally vape subohm coils designed for 40-60W. This one runs at about half that power and is still very enjoyable. Hitting it at 25W does not drain the tank very fast either. Your liquid lasts a long time. I could take long-ish drags with this coil and it blows decent little clouds.

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1.5Ω SS904L Mesh coil (Best: 8-12W)

This one wide open is similar to what most pod devices have. I assume they use a 2mm ID coil inside but the airflow can be adjusted precisely to what you want. The wattage however can't be dialed in as efficiently. 10W or 12.5W for me was fine. I don't do MTL that often so I only tried this one out for a while. I used 35mg salt liquid called Propaganda Blue Frost.

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The flavor was good with this coil. It provided a decent MTL hit. I'd go a bit lower in nic next time because it hit me hard. I'm just not used to salts. I think people who enjoy low powered pods could also enjoy these coils.

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Specs:

Freemax Twister 30W

  • Height: 78.3mm, Diameter: 22mm

  • 1400mAh Battery

  • 30W Maximum Wattage Output

  • Adjustable Wattage

Fireluke 22 Tank

  • 22mm Base Diameter

  • 3.5ml Capacity

  • 510 Drip Tip

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Conclusion:

I wasn't a big fan of the Twister 80W kit. My mod wasn't the greatest and my tank leaked from sliding open unintentionaly. This little Twister 30W kit is a winner though. The mod powers these coils efficiently, and the tank stays closed. I view this AIO kit as a more solidly built "pod mod" kit. It has adjustable wattage to a degree but no screen. It performs way better though. Like I said, I don't think I've had a better 25W vape than this. If that's the power you like vaping at, you might want to look into one of these. If the tank is sold separately, it's a decent little 22mm combination tank.

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For MTL purposes, I'm not sure how people will like this form factor. A Caliburn for instance, is a lot lighter and more slender. The battery in this tube will last longer though. The coils vape pretty nice though. It's just not my style so Im not in tune with it.

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I forgot to mention this kit comes with two drip tips. They're both resin 510 drip tips. The more open one has a Recurve styled shape that I enjoy a lot. The MTL one is shaped a bit like a piece from the boardgame Sorry. Both are smooth and really comfortable.

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I'd like to thank Freemax for sending this my way. I didn't expect to like it as much as I did. Thanks for reading if you did. If you have any questions, I'll do my best to answer.

FREEMAX TWISTER 30 KITIntro:Freemax sent me this kit for review. They’ve had a solid year for 2020 IMO. I’m not the biggest pod pan around but, their Maxpod and Autopod50 were both pretty nice to use. The Maxus 100W & 200W kits were more my speed.. One thing always seems consistent with Freemax products, they know how to make some great coils. I really mean that..The Twister 30W AIO KIT is a small tube mod, with a 22mm tank on top, made for both RDL and MTL vaping. It’s smaller and less powerful than its predecessor the Twister 80W kit. The tube still has a dial on it towards the bottom like the first version. Both have built in batteries of course..Photo of available colors..What’s included:1 x Freemax Twister 30W Mod1 x Freemax Fireluke 22 Tank1 x 510 DTL Drip Tip (Pre-installed)1 x DTL Mesh Coil 0.5ohm1 x MTL Mesh Coil 1.5ohm1 x 510 MTL Drip tip1 x Extra Glass Tube 2ml1 x Pack of Extra O-Rings1 x USB Cable1 xWarning Card1 x Warranty Card1 x User Manual.The package is pretty standard. Freemax uses a blue box but a white outside sleeve type thing.Here’s the front of the box.Here’s mine upon opening.In the bottom is an extras box.The items within the extras box…The Twister 30W Mod:.I got the black colored version. It has some Twister logo etching but it’s not very noticeable. It has Freemax written on one side as well. The fire button has a LED inside of it the lights up while you press it. It also lights up during charging. I couldn’t find anything in the manual about the different colors. I’ve noticed it blue when in use and red while charging..The charging port uses Micro USB. At the bottom of the tube it has a stainless steel ring with a little window cut out of it. The way to adjust wattage is by twisting the ring until the window aligns with your target wattage. It goes from 7.5W up to 30W. 10, 15, 20, 25, and 30W are all marked numerically. You can go one click below 10W, but also in between each number I listed above. Those are not marked numerically but by little line dashes. Those clicks would be 7.5, 12.5, 17.5, 22.5, and 27.5W..It comes with an internal 1400mAh battery. At the wattage levels used to operate this kit, battery life has not been a problem…Fireluke 22 tank:.The tank is 22mm at the base obviously and comes with a strait, and bubble glass. It has a locking top cap like the Aspire Nepho or Smok TFV9. There’s a little red dot like most of Freemax’s newer tanks have. It marks where you slide it open. You have to lift up on the top cap ring and slide it away from the red dot. When closed, you can trust it won’t come open in your pockets..The coils load in without threads. They’re “plug and play” styled or whatever people call them. When you pull the coil out, the juice ports will close. It’s a spring loaded mechanism that works automatically. I know there are people who put a lot of stock in that feature. You can take a coil out with a full tank and it won’t leak..The tank is directed at people who want a restrictive direct lung draw or a MTL styled draw. The airflow ring has one side that accommodates MTL, and the other side for RDL. On the MTL side it has one hole. The other just has an elongated opening. The inside of those openings is where it gets interesting. I took a picture of what I’m talking about..The openings in there can be fine tuned with the outer ring for what you’re after. Wide open is like using a pod kit like the Luxe PM40 with its more open coil. So it’s restricted direct lung basically. When using it as a MTL tank, you can get a true MTL draw. I forgot to mention, airflow only comes through on one side. You can use one of the tiniest of holes on this or even half of that..Size comparison vs Luxe PM40…The coils:This kit comes with two coils. Ones for RDL and the other for MTL. Both use SS904L and cotton & tea fiber wicking. The RDL coil is wider and has green o rings. The MTL coil is shaped kind of like the old Kanger evod coils and has red o rings. There’s another one that’s 1.0Ω mesh for MTL I haven’t tried yet..5Ω SS904L Mesh coil (Best:15-30W).I used regular 70/30 liquid with this coil and 3mg. I started at 15W but it felt like it wanted more power. I ended up working my way up to 25W, and liked the airflow on the tank wide open. The flavor is outstanding for the juice I used. It’s called Ruthless EZ Duz It which is supposed to be Strawberry Watermelon. I’ve been using it for a while but got a little sick of it in a 55W subohm tank. At 25W, I think it’s the best it’s ever tasted and I’m not joking..I said it before that Freemax knows what they’re doing with coils. Still, I wasn’t expecting to like these coils as much as I do. This is the best 25W coil I’ve probably ever used. I know people love pods, but I prefer glass and steel not plastic. The flavor is always better it seems like. The airflow doesn’t have to run along plastic or go through the device. It just comes in clean from the outside. It makes a big difference for me..I normally vape subohm coils designed for 40-60W. This one runs at about half that power and is still very enjoyable. Hitting it at 25W does not drain the tank very fast either. Your liquid lasts a long time. I could take long-ish drags with this coil and it blows decent little clouds…1.5Ω SS904L Mesh coil (Best: 8-12W)This one wide open is similar to what most pod devices have. I assume they use a 2mm ID coil inside but the airflow can be adjusted precisely to what you want. The wattage however can’t be dialed in as efficiently. 10W or 12.5W for me was fine. I don’t do MTL that often so I only tried this one out for a while. I used 35mg salt liquid called Propaganda Blue Frost..The flavor was good with this coil. It provided a decent MTL hit. I’d go a bit lower in nic next time because it hit me hard. I’m just not used to salts. I think people who enjoy low powered pods could also enjoy these coils…Specs:Freemax Twister 30WHeight: 78.3mm, Diameter: 22mm1400mAh Battery30W Maximum Wattage OutputAdjustable WattageFireluke 22 Tank22mm Base Diameter3.5ml Capacity510 Drip Tip..Conclusion:I wasn’t a big fan of the Twister 80W kit. My mod wasn’t the greatest and my tank leaked from sliding open unintentionaly. This little Twister 30W kit is a winner though. The mod powers these coils efficiently, and the tank stays closed. I view this AIO kit as a more solidly built “pod mod” kit. It has adjustable wattage to a degree but no screen. It performs way better though. Like I said, I don’t think I’ve had a better 25W vape than this. If that’s the power you like vaping at, you might want to look into one of these. If the tank is sold separately, it’s a decent little 22mm combination tank..For MTL purposes, I’m not sure how people will like this form factor. A Caliburn for instance, is a lot lighter and more slender. The battery in this tube will last longer though. The coils vape pretty nice though. It’s just not my style so Im not in tune with it..I forgot to mention this kit comes with two drip tips. They’re both resin 510 drip tips. The more open one has a Recurve styled shape that I enjoy a lot. The MTL one is shaped a bit like a piece from the boardgame Sorry. Both are smooth and really comfortable..I’d like to thank Freemax for sending this my way. I didn’t expect to like it as much as I did. Thanks for reading if you did. If you have any questions, I’ll do my best to answer.

Submitted December 24, 2020 at 02:44AM by St1llFrank
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