Welcome to our latest Nevoks product review and one we’ve been looking forward to getting our hands on. This time we’re looking at their Feelin 2 Pod Kit; an 1100mAh capacity rechargeable pod device with 3 power level settings, airflow control and a choice of vaping styles provided by their range of SPL-10 replaceable coils in their refillable 2ml/3ml pod.
Sadly we didn’t have the opportunity to review the original Feelin pod kit that came out at the latter end of 2020. What we can say though, we reviewed their Feelin X back in 2022 and their Feelin A1 in April 2023 and were blown away at just how good they were.
Nevoks are a relatively newish company, founded in 2019, and have come on leaps and bounds in such a short time. Having been using the Feelin X and Feelin A1 pod kits since we reviewed them, we’re very pleased to see that the new Feelin 2 continues using their SPL-10 range of mesh coils.
These coils are compatible across all the “Feelin” range of products that accept replaceable coils, including their Pagee devices.
Anyway, onto the matter at hand…
Overview of the Feelin 2
The Nevoks Feelin 2 is a Mouth-To-Lung (MTL) and Restricted Direct-To-Lung (RDL) pod device, powered by an internal 1100mAh capacity rechargeable battery with 3 selectable preset power levels operating up to 30W. Variable airflow control on the side of the Feelin 2 casing and the two replaceable 0.6 ohm or 0.8 ohm SPL-10 mesh coils (included in the kit) allow for different vaping styles.
Nevoks also have an additional range of SPL-10 mesh coils that are compatible with the Feelin 2 which we will cover later on in this review.
There are two methods of firing the Feelin 2; either auto draw or using the circular fire/control button. The 3 preset power levels are adjusted using the fire/control button and an elongated multi-color changing LED light bar directly below the fire/control button indicates the power level that’s been selected, together with the remaining battery charge status.
It’s a tall slim rectangular (pen style) device with a smooth semi-matte metallic surface finish. The overall height of the Feelin 2 is 105mm with a weight of 45 grams, making this very lightweight and very portable.
Charging the Feelin 2 is carried out using the supplied charging cable and connecting into the side of the Feelin 2’s Type-C USB charging port, specified as 5V/2A. Charging time is pretty quick taking approximately 50 minutes to fully charge the battery. It also has pass-through so you can charge and vape at the same time.
The clear top fitted duck bill style pod is magnetically secured to the Feelin 2 body with an e-liquid capacity of 3ml (2ml for TPD regions). It’s refillable through a concealed side fill port and accepts the push fit SPL-10 range of coils.
There are a total of 6 different colors in the Feelin 2 range; Ice Green, Midnight Black, Royal Purple, Misty Grey, Punch Pink and Crimson Red. We received two colors from Nevoks; Royal Purple and Crimson Red which you’ll see in the photos throughout this review.
I would like to thank Rachel at Nevoks for sending me the two Feelin 2 pod kits together with their range of SPL-10 mesh coils to review. As always this review is completely unbiased and my honest opinion of my findings while reviewing this supplied kit. If you click on any of the buy buttons, we may receive a small affiliate commission but at no extra cost to you.
Feelin 2 Pod Kit Review
- Features and Specifications
- What’s in the Box?
- Feelin 2 Pod Kit Design and Appearance
- – Feelin 2 Battery/Body
- – Feelin 2 Pod
- Feelin 2 Functionality
- Feelin 2 Performance
- Feelin 2 Battery Performance
- How do I Fill the Feelin 2 Pod?
- How do I Change the Coil in the Feelin 2 Pod?
- How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin 2?
- Nevoks Feelin 2 Kit Price
- Nevoks Feelin 2 Kit Verdict
- Nevoks Feelin 2 Kit Summary
Features and Specifications
- Construction: Aluminium Alloy and PCTG
- Dimensions: 105mm (H) x 25mm (W) x 15mm (D)
- Weight: 45 grams
- Charging: Type-C USB 5V/2A
- Charging Time: Approx. 50 Minutes
- Resistance Range: 0.25 ohms – 3.5 ohms
- Output Wattage: 8W to 30W (Coil Specific) (Note 1)
- Voltage Range: 3.3V – 4.2V
- Battery Specification: Internal 1100mAh Battery
- Display: Multi-Color LED Bar Light
- Pod Type: Refillable
- E-Liquid Capacity: 3ml (2ml TPD)
- Filling Method: Concealed Side Fill
- Firing Method: Push Button and Draw Activation
- Coils: Replaceable 0.6 ohm / 0.8 ohm Mesh Coils
- Airflow: Adjustable Slide Lever
- Pod Connection: Magnetic
- Mouthpiece: Duck Bill Style
- 8 Protection Modes
- Auto Standby Mode
- 6 Different Colors
Note 1: The output wattage is dependent on the resistance of the fitted coil. The Feelin 2 will auto-detect the resistance of the coil and the fire/control button allows you to select between low, medium and high output power levels.
What’s in the Box?
- Nevoks Feelin 2 1100mAh Battery/Body
- Nevoks Feelin 2 Empty Pod (2ml/3ml)
- SPL-10 Mesh Coil 0.6 ohms
- SPL-10 Mesh Coil 0.8 ohms
- Type-C USB Charging Cable
- User Manual
- Warranty Card
Interestingly the user manual is only printed in English and is also pretty descriptive, covering the majority of the functions and settings.
Curiously, even though the Feelin 2 pod comes attached to the Feelin 2 body, it doesn’t come pre-installed with a coil. You’ll have to fit one of the two included 0.6 ohm or 0.8 ohm coils that come in sealed cartons.
The packaging is an outer black colored cardboard sleeve with a slide out white cardboard box measuring 125mm by 70mm by 40mm. Its outer sleeve details the description of the included device together with its contents as follows:
On the front of the sleeve is an embossed color photo showing the Feelin 2 device that’s inside. The wording on the front includes “Nevoks”, “Feelin 2” and 4 small rosette type icons that detail; “Best Vape Brand MVIA 2022”, “Best Vape Device BORVES 2022”, “Best Vape Pod Open System MVIA 2022” and “Best Open Pod System MIVAS 2020/2022”.
The left side of the sleeve has 5 icons covering the main design points; “30W Max Power”, “1100mAh Battery”, “3-Level Voltage”, “Adjustable Airflow” and “Type-C Charging”. The right side of the sleeve just shows in large lettering “FEELIN 2”
On the reverse side of the sleeve are the manufacturer’s details, a list of the included contents, a scratch and check authentication sticker and a bar code that includes the color of the device.
Inside the slide out cardboard box is a white cardboard wallet that contains the user manual and a “Coil/Airflow” information card. Underneath this wallet is a plastic tray that houses the Feelin 2 device and underneath that is another box that contains the two SPL-10 coils, charging cable and a lanyard.
In addition to the Feelin 2, Nevoks kindly sent us their range of SPL-10 coils; 0.4 ohm, 0.6 ohm, 0.8 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils to try, so we’ll include these in the review.
Nevoks Feelin 2 Pod Kit Design and Appearance
Feelin 2 Body/Battery
The Feelin 2 is constructed out of Aluminum Alloy and measures 84mm tall (105mm including the pod) by 25mm wide and 15mm thick. It’s a rectangular flattened tube design with contoured edges to each side and bottom and it weighs in at only 45 grams.
Output power ranges between 8W to 30W, depending on the type of coil fitted and is adjustable in 3 preset selectable power levels of low, medium or high. These can be selected using the fire/control button (more on this in the Functionality section of this review).
An internal 1100mAh capacity rechargeable battery fully charges the Feelin 2 in approximately 50 minutes via the Type-C charging port and supplied charging cable, specified as 5V/2A. The charge port is located on the side edge of the Feelin 2 body. It also has pass-through so you can vape and charge at the same time.
It’s a dual activation device; being both auto-draw and fire button activated. Mouth-To Lung (MTL) and Restricted Direct-To Lung (RDL) vaping styles are available by selecting the appropriate resistance coil and altering the variable airflow control lever on the other side edge of the Feelin 2 body. Moving the lever up opens the airflow and down closes the airflow.
Just below the 10mm diameter circular convex fire/control button, a long thin multi-colored LED light bar provides the visual indication of the 3 different selectable power levels, displaying either red, blue or green for the low, medium and high power settings. The lower half of the LED light bar indicates the selected power levels.
This LED light bar also illuminates during each draw to display the current charge left in the battery and shows the multiple levels of protection. The upper half of the LED light bar displays the battery status (more on this in the Functionality section).
Restricting the airflow to alter the type of draw is carried out by moving the slider upwards towards the top of the Feelin 2 and opening the airflow by moving the slider downwards. The movement of this slider and the small size of this lever mean it’s quite restrictive so it shouldn’t inadvertently move on its own. This slider movement from fully open to fully closed covers approximately 4.5mm of travel.
Switching the Feelin 2 on/off is carried out by pressing the fire/control button 5 times in quick succession. Pressing it 3 times in quick succession also switches between the 3 preset power levels. The response and feel of the fire/control button is very positive with no button rattle.
At the top of the Feelin 2 is the 11mm deep pod recess and housing. It’s oval shaped so the pod can be fitted either way around. In the pod recess are 4 small circular magnets that locate with the pod when it’s fitted, 2 gold plated spring loaded coil contact pins and an auto-draw control sensor.
On one side in this pod recess (next to the auto-draw sensor) you can see the airflow slot that opens/closes depending on the position of the airflow slider lever.
Nevoks branding is fairly discrete and kept to a minimum, with their name “Nevoks” screen printed on the lower section of the body below the LED light bar and “Feelin 2” screen printed on the other side. The Type-C USB port has 5V/2A screen printed in small lettering above the port and inside the pod recess “1100mAh”, “3.74V” and “4.07Wh”.
The usual CE markings and “Made in China” are printed on the flat base of the Feelin 2 body. This flat base is slightly recessed as there are two star (Torx) screws that I’m guessing are securing the control board and battery to the casing.
With regards to safety features, the onboard chip provides the following levels of protection:
- Overtime:- 10 seconds cut-off
- No Load (o/c):- No coil detected (>3.5 ohms)
- Overcharge:- Cuts off at 100% charge
- Over Voltage Protection: >30V
- Over Discharge:- Device will shut down
- Over Temperature: >85oC
- Short-Circuit: S/C or Low resistance detected (<0.25 ohms)
- Low Voltage:- Below 3.3V
In addition to the usual safety protection features, the Feelin 2 has an “Auto Standby” feature that disables the fire button from working after 1 minute of inactivity. This is perfect if you’re carrying the Feelin 2 in your pocket or handbag as it stops it from firing.
When it enters the standby mode, auto draw still works as normal. After the first draw on the mouthpiece the fire button will then function again as normal until it enters into the standby mode again.
The aluminum alloy frame is colored with a semi-matte metallic finish and there are 6 different body colors available in the Feelin 2 range:
- Ice Green
- Midnight Black
- Royal Purple*
- Misty Grey
- Punch Pink
- Crimson Red*
* The two colors we received for the purpose of this review were Royal Purple and Crimson Red.
Overall, the Nevoks Feelin 2 feels solid, robust and well built. It’s pretty compact despite being quite long, very lightweight and feels comfortable to hold. The button feels positive; the airflow slider works really well, it has a decent 1100mAh capacity internal battery with fast (2A) charging and 3 preset selectable power levels! What more could you ask for!
Feelin 2 Pod
The Nevoks Feelin 2 pod has a 2ml (TPD) or 3ml (standard) e-liquid capacity and is constructed out of clear transparent PCTG material. Its dimensions are 32mm tall (21mm when fitted) by 25mm wide by 15mm deep. The mouthpiece is a duck bill shape design and integrated into the pod casing.
At its tip, the mouthpiece is 12mm wide by 6mm deep tapering down to a 7.5mm oval opening that leads down to an internal circular chimney and onto the top of the coil. The duck-bill style mouthpiece is made out of TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) which is a semi-rigid matte black finish, something we first saw when reviewing their Feelin X.
It’s a concealed side fill design so the pod has to be removed from the Feelin 2 body in order to fill. When removed, there’s a black silicone rubber flap that sits flush against one edge of the oval outer casing of the pod.
This silicone rubber flap has an arrow showing which end has to be lifted away to release the rubber bung that seals the filling port. The other end of the rubber flap has a little circle indent which shows this is the end that remains attached to the pod by a small rubber spike so it won’t get misplaced.
Once the rubber filling port flap is opened, the e-liquid fill port is a pretty decent size semi-oval opening measuring 5mm, so it’s certainly big enough to accept short stubby e-liquid tip bottles. The rubber flap can be swiveled away from the fill port opening if required giving you that little extra free room.
Branding on the pod has “Feelin 2” written on one side of the pod on the frosted bottom edge that sits below the pod recess when it’s fitted into the Feelin 2. There is also a small “Min” e-liquid line so ensure your e-liquid doesn’t fall below this line.
On the bottom of the pod are 4 small circular magnets that secure the pod and the circular coil opening where the push fit SPL-10 coil is placed.
The pod accepts the Nevoks SPL-10 range of push fit replaceable coils. Two O-rings on the top of the coil provide an airtight seal into the circular chimney in the pod and a further O-ring towards the base of the coil provides the seal into the base of the pod.
These coils are pretty small but do provide a nice tight fit and do a great job of ensuring no e-liquid will seep from the pod. When fitting the coil, make sure you push the coil fully into the pod opening so the base of the coil sits flush with the the bottom of the pod.
Inserting the pod is straightforward enough, simply offer the bottom of the pod into the top recess of the Feelin 2 body and it will slide into the recess and be locked and snapped into place by the four magnets. Removing the pod is carried out by applying pressure to the pod body and lifting away from the Feelin 2 body.
When the pod is inserted into the Feelin 2 pod recess, the multi-colored LED light bar will illuminate and flash white in color indicating that the pod has made electrical contact with the coil contact pins.
Feelin 2 Lanyard
Included in the Feelin 2 kit is a lanyard and I have to say it’s pretty good. I don’t usually bother with lanyards as I’m not overly keen with having one hanging around my neck, but as it comes with one I thought why not give it a try.
The lanyard is very lightweight and comes in black with the “Nevoks” branding and “Nevoks Always By Your Side” printed along its length. At the end is a black rubber ring that stretches around the top of the Feelin 2 and really does grip it well.
I used it for a couple of days and have to say it worked really well and didn’t slip at all during the time I was wearing it. Credit where credits due, it’s only a lanyard BUT it looks nice and does a good job.
Nevoks Feeling 2 Functionality
The Feelin 2 is a 3 preset power level device operating up to 30W and includes variable airflow control. It does have limited control over its parameters and as such doesn’t have a dedicated menu button.
Instead it utilizes the fire button to switch between the set output power levels with a multi-color changing LED light that indicates the different power levels, the status of the battery and all of the safety prompts.
The LED bar is quite long and although it’s a continuous light, it has two functions. The top half of the light indicates the current status of the remaining battery charge and the bottom half of the light highlights the selected power levels.
Operation of the Feelin 2 is carried out using a sequence of clicks of the fire/control button as follows:
- Fire button pressed 5 times turns the device on or off
- Fire button pressed 3 times will switch between the wattage in 3 step increments
When switching on the device, the LED will flash from red to blue and then to green. When switching off the device the LED will flash from green to blue and then to red.
Selecting the 3 set levels of variable wattage is carried out by pressing the fire button 3 times and observing the color of the LED indicator. The 3 set wattage will vary depending on the coil type that’s fitted:
|Red Light:||Low power||0.6 ohm = 18W||0.8 ohm = 14W|
|Blue Light:||Medium power||0.6 ohm = 19W||0.8 ohm = 15W|
|Green Light:||Maximum power||0.6 ohm = 20W||0.8 ohm = 16W|
As we were sent the additional 0.4 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils to try we’ve included the wattage levels for these coils too:
|Red Light:||Low power||0.4 ohm = 25W||1.0 ohm = 11W|
|Blue Light:||Medium power||0.4 ohm = 27W||1.0 ohm = 12W|
|Green Light:||Maximum power||0.4 ohm = 29W||1.0 ohm = 13W|
The Feelin 2 LED light bar will display different colors and sequences to highlight individual functions and the safety parameters as follows:
|While Charging:||Red LED cycles at 0% – 30% of charge|
|Blue LED cycles at 30% – 60% of charge|
|Green LED cycles at 60% – 90% of charge|
|Green LED illuminated between 90% – 100% of charge|
|No LED indicates Full Charge|
|While Vaping:||LED will illuminate (color determines battery level)|
|Red = 0% – 30%|
|Blue = 30% – 60%|
|Green = 60% – 100%|
|Low Voltage Protection:||Red LED flashes 15 times|
|Short Circuit Protection:||White LED illuminated for 5 seconds|
|Over-Time Protection:||LED flashes white 5 times|
|Open Circuit Protection:||White LED flashes for 15 seconds|
|Over Voltage Protection:||Input Voltage 30V|
|PCB High Temp:||White LED flashes 3 times every second|
|Pod Inserted:||White LED flashes once|
|Pod Removed:||No indication|
The Feelin 2 also incorporates overcharge and over-discharge protection. Short circuit protection is activated if the coil falls below 0.25 ohms. Open circuit protection is activated if the coil exceeds 3.5 ohms.
Auto STANDBY protection, which disables the fire button from working, will operate after 1 minute of not using the Feelin 2. If you don’t draw on the mouthpiece or use fire button firing, the fire button will become inactive but you can still draw on the mouthpiece.
As soon as you draw on the mouthpiece, the fire button becomes operational again until inactivity of 1 minute occurs again. Just remember, if you don’t use your Feelin 2 for over 1 minute, you will have to draw on the mouthpiece to wake it up out of standby mode first for it to work.
On the side of the Feelin 2 battery/body is an adjustable slider lever to control the airflow between RDL and MTL. Opening the airflow (slider positioned downwards) will give a RDL vape style draw while closing the airflow (slider positioned upwards) will restrict the airflow to a tight MTL draw.
I will mention that the airflow adjustment really is incredible, the control of airflow when closed restricts the airflow to virtually zero. When it’s fully open there is so much air intake that it definitely simulates a Direct-To-Lung (DTL) vape style draw, irrespective of the coil type you’re using.
There is about 4.5mm of travel on this slider from open to closed so anywhere between these two limits will further fine tune your draw.
Nevoks Feelin 2 Performance
Two coils are supplied with the Feelin 2 Pod kit; a 0.6 ohm Kanthal mesh coil and a 0.8 ohm Kanthal mesh coil. Nevoks kindly sent us their additional 0.4 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils and I have included these in this section.
Do note that Nevoks also do a 0.3 ohm SPL-10 coil but this is NOT compatible with the Feelin 2 as the output power of the coil exceeds that of the Feelin 2.
As always, prime your coils before using them which will help prolong their life. Drip a few drops of e-liquid into the wicking ports of the coil and then fill the pod and leave to stand for 10-15 minutes before using. Take a few draws with the wattage set to the lowest power level (red) first. Increase the wattage to the next level if required.
0.6 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil on their website is 18W-25W which is also written on the coil itself but on the side of the replacement coil package it’s specified as 18W-30W. The recommend nicotine strength for this coil is ≤20mg. The 3 O-rings on the coil are colored red.
Depending on the different power levels you’ve selected, the wattage produced from these settings are:
- Red = 18W
- Blue = 19W
- Green = 20W
0.8 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 13W-18W and the recommend nicotine strength for this coil is ≤35mg. The 3 O-rings on the coil are colored blue.
Depending on the different power levels you’ve selected, the wattage produced from these settings are:
- Red = 14W
- Blue = 15W
- Green = 16W
0.4 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 25W-35W and the recommend nicotine strength for this coil is ≤12mg. The 3 O-rings on the coil are colored blue.
Depending on the different power levels you’ve selected, the wattage produced from these settings are:
- Red = 25W
- Blue = 27W
- Green = 29W
1.0 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 10W-13W and the recommend strength for this coil is 10mg-50mg. The 3 O-rings on the coil are colored red.
- Red = 11W
- Blue = 12W
- Green = 13W
Throughout my time using the Feelin 2 pod kit with all of the different resistance coils, there was no evidence of any leaks. The bottom of the pod recess and the base of the coil showed no signs of condensation either.
Obviously as the coils get older or if the pod is left to stand without being used leaking can start to occur. If this happens, just dab the pod recess and the bottom of the pod/coil with a paper towel to remove any e-liquid.
New users, even experienced users need to be aware that with ANY pod device, if it’s left standing unused with e-liquid left in the pod for longer than a couple of days there is a high risk that the e-liquid will start to seep out and will leak into the pod recess resulting in damage to the device.
Airflow adjustment is excellent. The slider has a positive feel to it and is fairly restrictive so shouldn’t move on its own. The control range of the airflow is amazing. Airflow open (slider downwards) produces a true DTL vape while closing the airflow restricts the airflow to the point of not being able to draw on the pod.
Even though these SPL-10 coils are labelled as MTL or RDL, the control of the airflow lever is such that with all the coil types a very airy DTL vape style is possible.
I would suggest NOT shutting the airflow off completely as this may put undue strain on the coil. My preferred airflow setting was mostly around the center mark.
Auto-draw is very responsive and I found most of the time with the airflow set to halfway I didn’t use the fire button. When the airflow is opened beyond half way you will need to increase your draw to activate. Too much airflow will make the auto-draw less effective and you’ll need to use the fire button.
Power Level Settings
The Feelin 2 has 3 preset power levels; red (low), blue (medium) and green (high). I will be honest and say that even though I switched between these 3 levels, I didn’t really notice that much of a change between them. More often I stayed using the low power setting (red) in the hopes of conserving battery power.
Taking into account the min and max recommended power levels for each of the coil types, there is a small operating window so it wasn’t surprising it’s not easily detected.
Standby mode worked fine and while it can be a little annoying at times, it IS a great safety feature if you’re carrying it in a pocket of bag and don’t want to keep switching it off every time.
Even when the fire button has entered standby mode, in addition to drawing on the mouthpiece, you can remove/insert the pod or alter the power levels (3 presses) and the fire button will then function.
Flavor and Vapor
Both the included 0.6 ohm and 0.8 ohm pods were impressive and equally the additional 0.4 ohm and 1.0 ohm pods we received performed just as well. Flavor was good and the vapor really was much more than I expected from a pretty small coil. The wicking ports kept up with a higher VG juice but I did mostly use my 50/50 e-liquid.
I’ve been using both the two Feelin 2 pod kits for a few weeks now, one with the 0.6 ohm coil and the other with the 0.8 ohm coil. I’ve been alternating between the two kits and so far both are still performing really well. I also used the 0.4 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils with equally impressive performance.
I have used these SPL-10 coils in the Feelin X pod that I’ve been using on and off over the last year and can say that on average I’ve been getting well over 5 weeks out of each coil before I notice a drop-off in flavor.
The draw was smooth and fairly quiet and the hit from the coils/pod was pretty good. I mainly used a 6mg strength nicotine e-liquid so using higher strength nic salts will give a greater hit.
Auto-draw worked every time and was very responsive. I found the intensity of the draw was the same irrespective if I used auto-draw or the fire button.
Airflow wise I was really surprised. Irrespective of the coil resistance I was using, the airflow could be controlled across the whole spectrum of vaping styles.
Nevoks Feelin 2 Battery Performance
The Feelin 2 is powered by an internal 1100mAh capacity rechargeable battery. This is a decent sized capacity battery considering the size and weight of the device. Charging time will take approximately 50 minutes to fully charge via the onboard Type-C USB port with the supplied cable.
On average I was achieving around 10 hours of vaping time, when using the 0.8 ohm coil, from a fully charged battery. The time will vary depending on the resistance of the coil you’re using, the power level you set the device to and your vaping style i.e. duration and frequency of your draw.
When you draw on the device, the long LED bar light will illuminate in the color, green, blue or red, which donates the status of the remaining battery charge level:
- Green – 60%- – Full charge
- Blue – 30% – 60% of charge
- Red – 0% – 30% of charge
- Flashing Red – Low voltage cut-off
The battery level indications on the multi-color LED are very accurate so you’ll know that once the LED is showing red, the battery level remaining is below 30% of its charge. I found that I was getting around 2 hours of usage before the battery cut out and started flashing red 15 times. This is really good and gives you ample vaping time left before needing a charge.
Once the LED flashes red 15 times, very shortly afterwards the LED light bar will flash green, blue and red before shutting down. At this point you’ll no longer be able to vape and will have to recharge the battery. The Feelin 2 does have “pass-through” though so you’re able to vape while it’s being charged.
I did an experiment to gauge the length of time the multi-colored LED took to change to each color level during normal vaping. The times before switching to each color were fairly repeatable and I have listed these approximate times below:
- Green – Blue – 3.5 hours
- Blue – Red – 3.75 hours
- Red – Flashing (discharged) – 2.15 hours
- Total Vape Time – 9.5 hours
These times were monitored while using the 0.8 ohm coil with the power level set to red. The vaping time between charges will increase/decrease depending on the power level you use and the resistance of the coil you use.
How do I Fill the Nevoks Feelin 2 Pod?
The design of the pod means you’ll have to remove it from the Feelin 2 body to fill with e-liquid.
Once the pod is removed the black silicone rubber flap will be visible on one of the curved round edges of the pod. This rubber flap sits flush against the pod casing and has a small arrow indented into the rubber to indicate which end of the flap needs to be lifted up and away.
As you can see from the photos, the end of the rubber flap that lifts away from the e-liquid fill port opening also has a longer tag making it easier to see which end opens.
Gently pull this end of the flap upwards so the bung comes away to reveal the semi-oval fill port. The other end of the rubber seal is secured to the pod so it won’t get misplaced. It can be swiveled around to give greater access to the fill port opening if required.
Turn the pod on its side, fill the pod up with your e-liquid and replace the black silicone rubber seal ensuring the bung is securely fitted in the fill port opening. The semi-oval fill port is a reasonable size (5mm) so it’ll accept short stubby tip e-liquid bottles.
Reinsert the pod into the Feelin 2 body ensuring it snaps into position and is held securely by the magnets. The LED light bar will illuminate as the pod makes contact with the coil pins in the pod recess.
Do ensure you don’t let the e-liquid level run down too low before you top up the pod. There is a minimum e-liquid mark on the flat sides of the pod but this is hidden when the pod is fitted.
Because the pod is clear, it’s easy to see the level of e-liquid remaining in the pod by tilting the Feelin 2 to one side. The main thing is to keep an eye on the e-liquid level ensuring it doesn’t fall below the wicking ports on the coil.
Quick Tip: If you are filling the pod for the first time after fitting a new coil, do ensure you prime the coil first by dripping a few drops of e-liquid into the wicking ports. Once filled, leave to stand for approx. 10-15 minutes before you start to vape. This will help saturate the wick fully in e-liquid and help prolong the life of the coil in the pod.
How do I Change the Coil in the Nevoks Feeling 2 Pod?
If the coil in your pod is showing signs of failing with a loss of flavor or vapor, or worst case either the e-liquid tastes burnt or the Feelin 2 indicates short or open circuit, then it’s time to change your coil.
Pull the pod upwards and away from the Feelin 2 body. It’s held in place with magnets so a little force is needed to free the pod.
The SPL-10 coils are a push fit type, so simply pull the coil out from the bottom of the pod. These coils do fit securely so a little pressure is needed. If you have e-liquid in the pod, turn the pod upside down and place your thumb over the mouthpiece. This will keep e-liquid spillages to a minimum.
Fitting a new coil is straightforward. Simply push the coil into the opening in the base of the pod. Do ensure that your new coil is primed and when filled, left to stand for 15 minutes before you use it to ensure e-liquid fully saturates the wick. See our guide on Prolonging the Life of your Coil.
When fitting a new pod, follow the procedure for How Do I Fill The Pod, written earlier on in this review.
How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin 2?
When you first receive your Feelin 2 Pod Kit it does come with a nominal charge. We do recommend fully charging the device before you first use it.
During use, once the multi-colored LED starts flashing red 15 times, you will need to place the Feelin 2 on charge.
Using the supplied charging cable, plug the cable into the Type-C USB port on the side edge of the Feelin 2 body. Connect the other end into a suitable power source (typically 5V/1A or higher).
When the Feelin 2 is first placed on charge the LED will flash red, blue then green after which it will glow and cycle red in color. As the charge increases beyond 30% of its full capacity, the LED will glow and cycle blue in color. As the charge further increases, the LED will glow and cycle green in color once it reaches 60% of its full capacity,
Once the green LED turns static (90% of its charge), it will remain illuminated for approximately 5 minutes after which it will extinguish, indicating the charge cycle has been completed. At this point, remove the power source and you’re ready to vape again.
For reference, we timed the length of time it took for the cycling LED to change color at each stage of charging. Because the Feelin 2 has a 5V/2A charging port I used my 2.1A charging source for these times.
- Cycling red for 8 minutes
- Cycling blue for a further 12 minutes
- Cycling green for a further 18 minutes
- Static green for a further 5 minutes
- Total charge time 43 minutes
Charging time takes approximately 50 minutes to fully charge the battery using the supplied charging cable via an appropriate charging source. Do note the Feelin 2 does have a “pass-through” facility therefore you’ll be able to charge and vape at the same time.
One word of caution! While the Feelin 2 was being charged using a 2.1A power source, the case did get HOT to the touch. Using a 1A power source was fine as the case only remained slightly warm during the charging cycle.
Irrespective of your power source, I strongly advise to always charge this, and any other device for that matter, on a non-flammable surface. As always, NEVER leave your vape device unattended while on charge.
Nevoks Feelin 2 Pod Kit Price
The Feelin 2 looks good, it’s well built, compact and lightweight. Performance from the two included coils, including the other coils in the SPL-10 range, are impressive. It has a decent battery capacity and the long LED light bar gives accurate readings. I also loved the variable airflow control!
It’s currently just been released into the market so do keep an eye out to check the availability and current price. As always, do shop around for a good bargain. We’ve seen it being offered for around £25 although some of the overseas sellers are cheaper.
Nevoks Feelin 2 Pod Kit Verdict
- Good build quality
- Good design and functionality
- Very lightweight
- Type-C USB 2A charge port
- Fantastic variable airflow range
- Very good vapor and flavor
- Accurate and stylish LED light bar display
- Coil life is good
- Pass-through vaping
- Fire button and auto-draw
- Responsive auto-draw
- Suits all vaping styles
- Auto Standby
- Lanyard worked well
- Preset wattage levels could be wider
- Feelin 2 gets HOT when using a 2A source
Nevoks Feelin 2 Pod Kit Summary
The Feelin 2 looks and feels good. It’s well built, very lightweight and works very well. Performance from the two included coils was very good and the airflow control is wide enough to suit any vaping styles. The additional range of SPL-10 coils (0.4 ohm and 1.0 ohm) further enhances the choice making it a very versatile kit.
Its 1100mAh internal battery is pretty big considering the size of the device and it lasts a good 9-10 hours between charges. A 50 minute charge time is also very quick with the added bonus of having pass-through so you can charge and vape at the same time.
Being both auto-draw and fire button controlled is very handy and both worked very well. The 3 preset power levels give you that little bit of choice over the power level you want to vape at. I didn’t notice a great deal of difference between the power levels, but nevertheless they are there if you want to use them.
The multi-color LED light bar, in terms of remaining battery charge status, was a real plus point for me. Far too often when a pod device reaches its low battery warning (red LED) you only have a few draws before the battery cuts out. The Feelin 2 lasts for a good 2 hours before this happens.
Auto Standby is a great function and gives you that little extra piece of mind when it’s being carried in your pocket or bag.
I will mention the airflow control again because this really was a pleasure to use. Dare I mention the lanyard! Why not, it was GOOD.
All in all the Feelin 2 pod kit was very enjoyable to use and I will definitely still be using it for a long time to come. I would gladly recommend this to any vaper.
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