Welcome to our second Nevoks product review. This time we are looking at their Feelin A1 Pod Kit; a 1000mAh rechargeable pod with 3 power level adjustments, airflow control and a choice of vaping styles provided by their range of refillable pods.
We reviewed the Nevoks Feeling X Pod Kit back in 2022 and at the time we hadn’t heard of Nevoks before. After completing that review, we were so impressed with the overall performance and quality of that device that we knew it wouldn’t be long before Nevoks would become one of the major players in the vaping market.
When Nevoks contacted us again to see if we wanted to review their Feelin A1 Pod Kit, we were only too pleased to do so. Again, after using if for a couple of weeks while generating this review, we still came to the same conclusion; Nevoks certainly put a lot of thought into their designs with excellent performance to match.
The Nevoks Feelin A1 is a Mouth-To-Lung (MTL) and Direct-To-Lung (DTL) pod device, powered by an internal 1000mAh rechargeable battery with 3 selectable preset power levels operating up to 30W. Different vaping styles are achieved by the adjustable airflow control on the reverse side of the casing or selecting either of the two included 0.4 ohm or 0.6 ohm mesh coil refillable pods.
Nevoks also have an additional range of Feeling A1 pods, not included in the kit, which include a 0.8 ohm and a 1.2 ohm pod. All their pods are an open pod system, meaning they are refillable but have integrated coils so are not replaceable.
Charging the Feelin A1 is carried out using the supplied charging cable and connecting into the side of the Feelin A1’s Type-C USB charging port, specified as 5V/1A. Charging time is pretty quick, taking approximately only 60 minutes to fully charge the battery.
The top fitted pods have a duck bill style mouthpiece and are magnetically secured to the Feelin A1 body. They are made out of semi-opaque tinted PCTG material and come in two e-liquid capacities; a 3ml side filled version and a 2ml top filled version.
Two methods of firing the device are available; either auto draw or using the circular fire button. The 3 preset power levels are adjusted using the fire button and a small multi-color changing LED just above the fire button indicates the power level that’s been selected. This LED also provides a visible status of the remaining battery charge.
There are 7 different colors in the Feelin A1 range; Grey, Red, Pink, Blue, Gold, Purple and Black. We received two colors; Purple and Gold which you will see in the photos throughout this review.
Its design and shape is a tall slim rectangular (pen style) device with a smooth semi-matte surface finish. The overall height of the Feelin A1 is 120mm with a weight of 45 grams, making this very lightweight and very portable.
That gives you an overview of the Feelin A1 but do carry on reading where we explore the finer detail and look into the workings and performance of the Feelin A1 Pod kit.
I would like to thank Julie at Nevoks for sending me the two Feelin A1 Pod Kits together with their range of different resistance pods and a lanyard to review. As always this review is completely unbiased and is my honest opinion of my findings while reviewing the 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 A1 Pod Kit Review
- Overview of the Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit
- Features and Specifications
- What’s in the Box?
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Design and Appearance
- – Feelin A1 Battery/Body
- – Feelin A1 Pods
- – Feelin A1 Lanyard/Pouch
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Functionality
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Performance
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Battery Performance
- How do I Fill the Feelin A1 Pod?
- When and How do I Change the Feelin A1 Pod?
- How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin A1?
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Price
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Verdict
- Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Summary
Features and Specifications
- Construction: Aluminum Alloy and PCTG
- Dimensions: 120.1mm (H) x 21mm (W) x 13.4mm (D)
- Weight: 45 grams
- Charging: Type-C USB 5V/1A
- Charging Time: Approx. 60 Minutes
- Resistance Range: 0.25 ohms to 3.5 ohms
- Output Wattage: 10W to 30W (Pod Specific) (Note 1)
- Voltage Range: 3.3V – 4.2V
- Battery Specification: Internal 1000mAh Battery
- Display: Multi-Color LED
- Pod Type: Re-Fillable with Integrated Coil
- E-Liquid Capacity: 3ml (2ml TPD)
- Filling Method: Concealed Side Fill or Top Fill
- Firing Method: Push Button and Draw Activation
- Coils: Non-Replaceable 0.4, 0.6, 0.8 and 1.2 ohm Mesh Coils
- Airflow: Adjustable Slide Lever
- Pod Connection: Magnetic
- Mouthpiece: Duck Bill Style
- 7 Protection Modes
Note 1: The output wattage is dependent on the resistance of the fitted pod. The Feelin A1 will auto detect the resistance of the pod and the fire button allows you to select between Low, Medium and High output power levels.
What’s in the box?
- Nevoks Feelin A1 1000mAh Battery/Body
- Nevoks A1 Pod 0.4 ohms
- Nevoks A1 Pod 0.6 ohms
- Type-C USB Charging Cable
- User Manual
Interestingly the user manual is only printed in English, which is pretty descriptive and covers the majority of the functions and settings. A plus 1 for Nevoks as usually there is very little detail in some of the manuals that accompany some kits.
In addition to the two Feelin A1 pod kits, Nevoks kindly sent us their range of Feelin A1 pods which included the 0.8 ohm and 1.2 ohm pods in both side fill and top fill variations, so we will include those in our review. We also received a faux leather pouch and lanyard so will show how that fits and looks too.
Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Design and Appearance
Feelin A1 Body/Battery
The Feelin A1 delivers a 3 preset selectable power output of between 10W to 30W from its large 1000mAh capacity internal rechargeable battery and is a dual activation device; being both auto draw and fire button activated.
A small multi-colored LED positioned just above the fire button 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. This LED also illuminates during each draw to display the current charge left in the battery and shows the multiple levels of protection (more on this in the Functionality section).
There is also a variable airflow control slider lever on the reverse side of the body which is only very slightly raised above the surface of the panel and controls the Mouth To Lung (MTL), Restricted Direct To Lung (RDL) and Direct To Lung (DTL) vaping styles depending on the type of pod you’re using.
Restricting the airflow is carried out by moving the slider upwards towards the top of the Feelin A1 and opening the airflow by moving the slider downwards. The movement of this slider is quite restrictive so it shouldn’t inadvertently move on its own and has a very positive feel to it. This slider movement from fully open to fully closed covers approximately 6mm of travel.
The Feelin A1 is constructed out of Aluminium Alloy and measures just 99.6mm tall (120.1mm including the pod) by 21mm wide and 13.4mm thick. This is a reasonably tall but compact and very lightweight device, weighing in at only 34 grams (45 grams including the pod). Considering it has a pretty large internal battery and a pod with a 3ml capacity, you would hardly know you had it in your pocket.
It’s an elongated rectangular flattened tube design with concave edges to each side and the bottom is flat so will stand upright when placed on a surface. The whole surface area is smooth with the exception of the fire button and LED which are positioned within a vertically ribbed oval panel.
Above the fire button and within the pod recess area are two fairly large cut-outs that allow a visible window to the e-liquid level in the pod when it’s fitted.
It’s a great idea but in reality, because the pod is tinted and the cut-outs are only on one side of the body, light won’t pass through this window, therefore it’s quite hard to see the e-liquid level in the window. The easier option is to tilt the Feelin A1 on its side and you’ll see the e-liquid in the mouthpiece.
Firing the Feelin A1 is operated by either pressing the fire button or alternatively because it has auto-draw activation, draw on the pod mouthpiece. The response and feel of the fire button is very positive with no button rattle and the auto draw is very responsive.
Charging the Feelin A1 is carried out via the side located Type-C USB port, specified as 5V/1A, using the supplied Type-C charging cable. Full charge takes approximately 60 minutes and does have pass-through so you can vape while it’s being charged.
At the top of the Feelin A1 is the very deep (20mm) pod recess and housing. It’s oval shaped so the pod can be fitted either way round. In the pod recess are 2 small rectangular 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 the pod recess (next to the auto draw sensor) is an airflow channel that leads down in to 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 fire button and “Feelin A1” screen printed on the other side. The usual CE markings and the “1000mAh” battery capacity is printed on the flat base of the Feelin A1 body.
With regards to safety features, the on-board 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 Discharge:- Device will shut down
- Over Temperature: >85oC
- Short-Circuit: S/C or Low resistance detected (<0.25 ohms)
- Low Voltage:- Below 3.3V
The entire aluminium alloy frame is colored with a semi-matte finish and there are 7 different body colors available in the Feelin A1 range, these being:
Overall, the Nevoks Feelin A1 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, has a decent capacity internal battery with fast charging and 3 preset selectable power levels.
My only negative is the position of the airflow control lever. If your finger or hand covers the slider it WILL restrict the airflow. My usual position of holding the Feelin A1 is to place my thumb on the fire button and rest my forefinger against the airflow slider. Once I realized it would restrict the airflow I moved my forefinger and all was good.
Feelin A1 Pods
The Nevoks Feelin A1 pods have a 2ml (TPD) or 3ml (standard) e-liquid capacity and are constructed out of semi-opaque tinted PCTG material. The 2ml version is a top fill which is concealed under the removable mouthpiece. The 3ml version is a side-fill with a fixed mouthpiece.
Apart from this, they are identical. The ones I received in the kit were the 3ml side-fill variant, but Nevoks did send the 2ml top fill variants so I will show the differences between the two variants.
Its dimensions are 40mm tall (20mm when fitted) by 21.2mm wide by 13.4mm deep. The mouthpiece is a duck bill shape design and integrated into the pod casing on the 3ml variant and removable on the 2ml variant.
At its tip, the mouthpiece is 16mm wide by 6.5mm deep, tapering down to a 6mm oval opening that leads down to an internal circular chimney and onto the top of the coil.
Even though you have to remove the 3ml side-fill pod to fill, I would suggest doing the same on the 2ml top-fill pod so as not to put undue pressure on the pod recess of the Feelin A1 when trying to remove the mouthpiece.
The fill ports on both variants are concealed by a black silicone rubber flap. This silicone rubber flap has an arrow indented into it 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 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 5.3mm so is big enough to accept short stubby e-liquid tip bottles.
On the 2ml top fill version, the black silicone rubber mat has an exposed center hole which is the coil chimney opening, DO NOT put e-liquid down this hole when filling. Always put the e-liquid into the outer hole.
On the bottom of the pod are 2 small rectangular magnets that secure the pod and two circular coil contact plates that align with the corresponding connections in the Feelin A1 pod recess. There are also 4 open holes that provide the air intake.
As we mentioned earlier, the coil is integrated into the pod and is NOT replaceable. Once the coil has degraded and become unusable, the pod is disposed of and a new one fitted.
Inserting the pod is straightforward enough, simply offer the bottom of the pod into the top recess of the Feelin A1 body and it will slide into the recess and be locked into place by the two bar magnets. When the pod is inserted the small LED will flash white once to indicate the pod has made contact. Removing the pod is carried out by grasping the pod body and lifting away from the Feelin A1 body.
Identification on the pod is the “Nevoks A1” branding on one side together with the coil/pod resistance. On both sides of the pod is a “Min” e-liquid level marker. When the pod is fitted, the “Min” marker is visible through the cut-outs on the Feelin A1 body but as I mentioned earlier, seeing the e-liquid level through this window is difficult.
The wicking ports on the coil are pretty small so I would recommend using a 50PG/50VG ratio e-liquid, although I have used a 30PG/70VG e-liquid through the pod with no problems.
Feelin A1 Lanyard/Pouch
Although the lanyard/pouch isn’t included in the kit, Nevoks sent us one that can be purchased separately. I’m not a lover of lanyards as I don’t like the idea of the loose mod/pod swaying and hanging around my neck. I wasn’t going to bother trying it but was curios when I saw what was in the packaging.
I have to say I was very impressed that it fits in a faux leather pouch and is protected from the elements. Not only that, it’s a lovely snug fit and there are cut-outs in the pouch for the fire button, the e-liquid viewing window and the airflow slider lever.
The pouch is secured to the lanyard by a removable swivel catch and the neck tie is a twisted type rope which feels very sturdy.
Credit where credits due, it’s only a lanyard BUT it’s a really good one!
Nevoks Feeling A1 Functionality
The Feelin A1 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 that indicates the different power levels, the status of the battery and will display all of the safety prompts.
Operation of the Feelin A1 is carried out using a sequence of clicks of the firing 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. Switching off the device will cause the LED to 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 levels will vary depending on the pod type that’s fitted:
|Red Light =||Low Power:||0.4 ohm = 25W, 0.6 ohm = 17W|
|Blue Light =||Medium Power:||0.4 ohm = 29W, 0.6 ohm = 19W|
|Green Light =||Maximum Power:||0.4 ohm = 30W, 0.6 ohm = 22W|
The Feelin A1 LED 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% – 70% of charge
Green LED cycles at 70% – 90% of charge
Green LED illuminated between 90% – 100% of charge
LED extinguished 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 5 times in the color of the battery level
- Open Circuit Protection: White LED flashes for 15 seconds
- Over Voltage Protection: Input Voltage 30V
- PCB High Temp: White LED flashes 3 times
- Pod Inserted: White LED flashes once
- Pod Removed: No indication
The Feelin A1 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.
On the reverse side of the Feelin A1 battery/body is an adjustable slider lever to control the airflow between DTL and MTL. Opening the airflow (slider positioned downwards) will give a DTL vape style draw while closing the airflow (slider positioned upwards) will restrict the airflow to a MTL draw.
There is about 6mm of travel on this slider from open to closed so anywhere between these two limits will further fine tune your draw.
Nevoks Feelin A1 Performance
Two pods are supplied with the Feelin A1 Pod kit; a 0.4 ohm mesh coil and a 0.6 ohm mesh coil. Nevoks kindly sent us their additional 0.8 ohm and 1.2 ohm pods and I have included these in this section.
We were also sent the side fill and top fill variants of the pods but apart from the different filling methods, the performance was identical.
Normally in this section I would go into detail about the wattage settings and at what point the flavor kicked in for each coil or pod. But I have to say the flavor and vapor was very good and very similar across all of the different pods.
Power wise I stayed on the lowest setting (red) as I found this gave me more than adequate results. To this end I will just detail the range of wattage each pod works at.
As always, when filling the pod for the first time, leave to stand for 10-15 minutes before you use it. I would also set the wattage to the lowest setting (Red) and use it for a while on this setting before you increase the power level.
0.4 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 25W-30W.
Depending on the different power levels you’ve selected, the wattage produced from these settings are:
- Red = 25W
- Blue = 29W
- Green = 30W
0.6 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 17W-22W.
Depending on the different power levels you’ve selected, the wattage produced from these settings are:
- Red = 17W
- Blue = 19W
- Green = 22W
0.8 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 13W-16W.
We don’t have specific wattage levels for this pod that the red, blue and green operate at but it’s fair to say the red will be 13W, the green will be 16W and the blue setting will be somewhere between the two.
Both the side fill and top fill 0.8 ohm pods gave me exactly the same results in terms of flavor and performance.
1.2 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 8W-11W.
We don’t have specific wattage levels for this pod that the red, blue and green operate at but it’s fair to say the red will be 8W, the green will be 11W and the blue setting will be somewhere between the two.
Both the side fill and top fill 1.2 ohm pods gave me exactly the same results in terms of flavor and performance.
Throughout my time using the Feelin A1 pod kit with all of the different resistance pods, there was no evidence of any leaks. The bottom of the pod coil contact pins occasionally had slight condensation visible when it was time to refill the pod but this is quite normal.
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.
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 airflow is amazing. Open (slider uppermost) produces a true DTL vape while closing the airflow restricts the airflow to the point of not being able to draw on the pod.
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 half way 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 will need to use the fire button.
Power Level Settings
The Feelin A1 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 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.
Both the included 0.4 ohm and 0.6 ohm pods were impressive and equally the additional 0.8 ohm and 1.2 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 can’t comment yet on the longevity of the pods as I’ve only been using the Feelin A1 for a few weeks and during this time I’ve been switching between the different pods we received. Once I sampled each of the different pods, I concentrated on the 0.4 ohm pod and so far I’ve been vaping that one for just under two weeks and it’s still performing really well.
The draw was smooth and fairly quiet and the hit from the pods was pretty good. Auto draw worked every time and was very responsive. I found the intensity of the draw was the same, irrespective of whether I used auto draw or the fire button.
Airflow wise I was really surprised. Irrespective of the pod resistance I was using, the airflow could be controlled across the whole spectrum of vaping styles.
Nevoks Feelin A1 Battery Performance
The Feelin A1 is powered by an internal 1000mAh rechargeable battery. This is a pretty decent sized capacity battery considering the size and weight of the device. Charging time will take approximately 60 minutes to fully charge via the on board Type-C USB port with the supplied cable.
On average I was achieving around 8 hours vaping, when using the 0.4 ohm pod, from a fully charged battery. This time will vary depending on the resistance of the pod you’re using and your vaping style i.e. duration and frequency of your draw.
During vaping (when you draw on the device), the small LED will illuminate in the color, green, blue or red, which denotes the status of the remaining battery 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 will know that once the LED is showing red when you vape, the battery level remaining is below 30% of its charge. I found that I was getting around 45 minutes to 1 hour of usage left before the battery cut out and started flashing 15 times.
Once the LED flashes red 15 times, you will no longer be able to vape and will have to recharge the battery. The Feelin A1 does have “pass-through” so you are 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 – 4 hours
- Blue – Red – 3 hours
- Red – Flashing (discharged) – 1 hour
These times were monitored using the 0.4 ohm pod. I didn’t gauge the times for the other resistance pods but because of the lower power levels, these times should increase.
How do I Fill the Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod?
Depending on the kit you buy (TPD or Non-TPD regions), the pods will be either 2ml capacity top fill (TPD) or 3ml capacity side fill (Non-TPD).
We were fortunate enough to have received both types of Feelin A1 pods from Nevoks so will cover both these variants in detail. The 3ml side fill pod will have to be removed from the Feelin A1 body in order to fill the pod but I would suggest that you also remove the 2ml top fill pod to fill so it doesn’t place undue stress on the Feelin A1 body.
3ml Side Fill Pod
Once the pod is removed, the black silicone rubber flap will be visible on one of the flat sides of the pod. This rubber flap sits slightly recessed 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.
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 by a small rubber tag so it won’t get misplaced. You can swivel the flap around to give easier access to the fill port 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 (5.3mm) so will accept short stubby tip e-liquid bottles.
Reinsert the pod into the Feelin A1 body ensuring it snaps into position and is held securely by the magnets. The small LED on the Feelin A1 will briefly illuminate “White” for 1 second when the pod is fitted.
2ml Top Fill Pod
As I mentioned earlier, I would recommend removing the pod first before trying to remove the mouthpiece. Due to the design of the pod, although being a top fill, you will have to remove the duck bill style mouthpiece to gain access to the filling port. Do note the mouthpiece is a secure snap fit so does take quite a bit of pressure to pull the mouthpiece away from the top of the pod.
With the mouthpiece removed, the top of the pod is covered by a black silicone rubber mat that has a single center hole, an indented pin hole to one side and a small indented arrow at the other end. This center hole is the chimney leading down onto the top of the coil; DO NOT use this hole for filling.
From the indented arrow end, gently lift this end up so the rubber bung comes out of the filling port hole. The rubber mat will swivel round to give greater access to the fill port and remain attached by the small tag. The fill port hole is approximately 4.3mm in diameter so is slightly smaller than the fill port on the 3ml version.
Fill the pod up with your e-liquid and resecure the black silicone bung into the fill hole. Replace the black mouthpiece ensuring it snaps into position.
Reinsert the pod into the Feelin A1 body ensuring it snaps into position and is held securely by the magnets. The small LED on the Feelin A1 will briefly illuminate “White” for 1 second when the pod is fitted.
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 which aligns with the wicking ports of the integrated coil. When the pod is fitted, there are two cut-outs on one side of the Feelin A1 body that are a window so you can see the e-liquid level through.
To be honest, because the pod is tinted, it’s very difficult to see the e-liquid level through this window. If the cut-outs were on both sides of the Feelin A1 body you would be able to put it up to the light to see the level of e-liquid remaining.
It’s far easier to either take the pod out or tilt the Feelin A1 to one side so you can see the e-liquid in the pod. The main thing to keep an eye on is NOT letting the e-liquid level fall below the wicking ports on the coil.
Quick Tip: If you are filling the pod for the first time, 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.
When and How do I Change the Feelin A1 Pod?
Because the Feelin A1 pods have non-replaceable coils, when the coil starts to degrade after a couple of weeks use, the pod will need to be discarded and a new pod fitted.
An indication of the coil degrading will show by either a loss of flavor or a lack of vapor or in worst case a severe nasty burnt taste. It is possible too that the coil could fail completely indicating a short circuit or open circuit prompt. Either way, discard the pod and fit a new one.
Pull the pod up and away from the Feelin A1 body pod recess. Unfortunately if you still have e-liquid in the pod, this will have to be discarded as well.
When fitting a new pod, follow the procedure for How Do I Fill The Pod, written earlier on in this review. As you insert the pod into the Feelin A1 body, the multi-colored LED will briefly illuminate in “White” once to identify the pod has been fitted.
How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin A1?
When you first receive your Feelin A1 Pod Kit it does come with a nominal charge. We do recommend to fully charging the device before you first use it.
During use, once the multi-colored LED starts flashing red 15 times, highlighting that the battery has reached its low battery cut-off, you will need to place the Feelin A1 on charge.
Using the supplied charging cable, plug the cable into the Type-C USB port on the side edge of the Feelin A1 body. Connect the other end into a suitable power source (typically 5V/1A).
When the Feelin A1 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 time further increases, once it reaches 70% of its full capacity, the LED will glow and cycle green in color.
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:
- Flashing Red for 9 minutes
- Flashing Blue for a further 34 minutes
- Flashing Green for a further 11 minutes
- Static Green for a further 5 minutes
Charging time takes approximately 60 minutes to fully charge the battery using the supplied charging cable via an appropriate charging source. Do note the Feelin A1 does have a ‘pass-through’ facility meaning you will be able to charge and vape at the same time.
I did observe that while the Feelin A1 was on charge, the case was warm to the touch. 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 A1 Pod Kit Price
The Feelin A1 looks sleek, it’s well built and the quality feels good. Performance from the two included pods, including the other pods in the Feelin A1 range, are impressive. It has a decent capacity battery, the small multi-colored LED gives accurate readings and the airflow control is brilliant. What’s not to like!
It’s currently retailing around the $30 figure so all in all this is well worth the cost.
Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Verdict
- Good build quality
- Good design and functionality
- Very lightweight
- Type-C USB 1A charge port
- Fantastic variable airflow range
- Good vapor and flavor
- Accurate and realistic multi-color LED
- Pod life is good
- Pass-through vaping
- Fire button and auto draw
- Responsive auto draw
- Suits all vaping styles
- Lanyard/pouch is really good
- Airflow slider position
- E-liquid through window cut-out hard to see
Nevoks Feelin A1 Pod Kit Summary
The Feelin A1 looks and feels good. It’s well built, very lightweight and the quality shines through. Performance from the two included pods was very good and the airflow control is wide enough to suit any vaping styles. The additional range of Feelin A1 pods (0.8 ohm and 1.2 ohm) further enhances the choice making it a very versatile kit.
Its 1000mAh internal battery capacity is pretty big for the size of the device and lasts a good 8-10 hours between charges. A 60 minute charging time is 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 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.
The small multi-color LED, 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 A1 lasts for a good 45 minutes before this happens.
I will mention the airflow control again because this really was a pleasure to use. Dare I say about the lanyard/pouch! Why not, it is GOOD.
All in all the Feeling A1 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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