We received the Feelin X Pod kit direct from Nevoks to carry out our review and I have to say when we were first contacted by Nevoks we were a little hesitant and unsure what to expect. We hadn’t heard of them before and thought it would be one of the many pods hitting the market that use integrated coils, don’t have airflow and have a fixed wattage output….you know the ones we mean.
How wrong we were!
After our initial unpacking and having a little look and fiddle with what was in front of us, we take back everything we first thought. The Nevoks Feelin X Pod is a cracking little pod kit and first impressions were very good, not to mention it comes across as a quality made product and yes, it has it all and more.
Nevoks have only been going for a couple of years, founded in March 2019, but already have in their product range quite a few different kits to choose from. If it performs as good as it looks then I’m sure we will be hearing a lot more of Nevoks in the future.
Anyway, on to our review of the Nevoks Feelin X. We understand that the Feelin X is an upgraded version of their original Feelin pod but as we didn’t have the pleasure of trying it, we can’t comment on the differences between the two. As we go through its specification, functionality and performance, you can make up your own mind and see if it’s something you would like to use and own.
The Nevoks Feelin X is a Mouth-To-Lung (MTL) and Restricted-Direct-To-Lung (RDL) pod device, powered by an internal 1600mAh battery with a variable power level of 5W to 40W. Different vaping styles are achieved by the adjustable airflow control on the side casing and selecting either of the two included replaceable 0.3 ohm or 0.6 ohm mesh coils.
Nevoks also have an additional range of SPL-10 Mesh coils that fit the Feelin X giving you even greater choice.
Charging the Feelin X is carried out using the supplied charging cable and connecting into the side of the Feelin X’s Type-C USB charging port, specified as 5V/2A. Charging time is pretty quick taking approximately 50 minutes to fully charge the battery.
A 0.49 inch LED single color display screen identifies the battery and power levels, coil resistance, puff counter and vaping time. It also shows when the Feelin X is in lock mode to stop inadvertently firing or changing the wattage. This display is fairly small but then again it’s a small device. At least it HAS a display.
The top fitted pod is magnetically secured to the Feelin X body, with an e-liquid capacity of 5ml (2ml for us EU folk). It’s re-fillable once the pod is removed from the body via a side fill port and accepts the push fit SPL-10 range of coils. Its mouthpiece is a duck bill style and made out of TPE (Thermoplastic Elastomer) which is a semi-rigid matte black finish.
Variable power levels of 5W-40W is controlled by the + and – control buttons located just below the display screen and the Feelin X will also auto-detect the coil that’s fitted and select the optimum wattage for that coil.
Two methods of firing the device are available; either auto draw or using the fire button which is located above the display on the front of the device.
There are 7 different colors in the Feelin X range; Grey, Red, Rose Pink, Green, Ocean Blue, Blue and Black. The Ocean Blue and Rose Pink variants use a two-tone color fading surface color finish while the remaining color variants are a solid fixed color.
The color variants we received to review were the Ocean Blue and Rose Pink models which you will see in the photos throughout this review. I’m quite liking the pink one!
Its design and shape is a standard rectangular device with a smooth surface finish which doesn’t show any finger marks. The visible part of the pod below the mouthpiece is completely transparent so the e-liquid levels are clearly visible.
The overall weight of the Feelin X Kit is 61.5 grams making this very lightweight but this doesn’t distract from the robustness and quality feel of the device.
Carry on reading to see what our thoughts were, explore the finer details and look into the workings and performance of the Feelin X Pod kit.
I would like to thank Chloe at Nevoks for sending me the two Feelin X pod kits and the range of SPL-10 coils to review. As always this review is completely unbiased and is my honest opinion of my findings on 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 X Pod Kit Review
- Features and Specifications
- Nevoks Feelin X Body Design and Appearance
- Nevoks Feelin X Pod Design and Appearance
- Nevoks Feelin X Functionality
- Nevoks Feelin X Performance
- Nevoks Feelin X Battery Performance
- How do I Fill the Feelin X Pod?
- How do I Change the Coil in the Feelin X Pod?
- How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin X?
- Nevoks Feelin X Kit Verdict
- Nevoks Feelin X Kit Summary
Features and Specifications
- Construction: PC + ABS and PCTG / TPE
- Dimensions: 109mm (H) x 30.6mm (W) x 20mm (D)
- Weight: 61.5 grams
- Charging: Type-C USB 5V/2A
- Resistance Range: Not Specified (Note 1)
- Output Wattage: 5W to 40W
- Voltage Range: 3.3V – 4.2V
- Output Mode: Wattage / RBA
- Battery Specification: Internal 1600mAh Battery
- Display: 0.49 inch LED Screen
- E-Liquid Capacity: 5ml (2ml TPD)
- Filling Method: Concealed Side Fill
- Firing Method: Push Button and Draw Activation
- Coils: Replaceable Push Fit 0.3 and 0.6 ohm Mesh Coils
- Drip Tip: Integrated Duckbill Mouthpiece
- Airflow: Adjustable Slide Lever
- Pod Connection: Magnetic
Note 1: There is no lower or upper resistance limit specified but all the SPL-10 coils ranging from 0.3 ohms to 1.0 ohm work in the Feelin X.
What’s in the box?
- Nevoks Feelin X 1600mAh Battery/Body
- Feelin X Empty Pod
- 0.3 ohm SPL-10 Mesh Coil
- 0.6 ohm SPL-10 Mesh Coil
- Type-C USB Charging Cable
- User Manual
- Warranty Card
The Pod doesn’t come pre-installed with a coil but both the coils are included in pre-sealed cartons. Also the printed user manual is pretty descriptive and covers the majority of the functions and settings.
In addition to the Feelin X, Nevoks kindly sent me their range of SPL-10 coils; 0.3 ohm, 0.4 ohm, 0.6 ohm, 0.8 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils to try so will include these in this review. Excuse the photo of the damaged boxes, it wasn’t me, the postman is to blame.
Nevoks Feelin X Battery/Body Design and Appearance
The Nevoks Feelin X battery/body has an internal 1600mAh capacity battery providing variable wattage control from 5W to 40W, adjustable in 1W increments by using the + and – control buttons. Holding either of the + or – buttons will cycle through the wattage range quicker until it reaches the min or max limit.
Mouth to Lung and Restricted Direct to Lung (even direct to lung) styles of vaping can be simulated using the supplied 0.3 ohm and 0.6 ohm mesh coils and adjusting the airflow control slider, positioned on the side casing.
Made out of Polycarbonate (PC) and ABS, they are available in 7 different color finishes. The overall dimensions of the Nevoks Feelin X are 109mm tall (84mm excluding the pod) by 30.6mm wide and 20mm thick with a total weight of 61.5 grams. It’s a rectangular design with contoured edges on each side and bottom with a flat surface on the bottom to stand the Feelin X body upright.
Firing the Feelin X is operated by pressing the slightly concave circular fire button or alternatively it has auto-draw activation as well. The response and feel of this button and both the smaller + / – buttons are very positive with a small click and don’t have any button rattle.
A 0.49 inch LED single color display screen is located on the front of the device, in-between the fire button and + / – control buttons which are housed in a slightly indented rectangular black oval insert.
This display is small so all of the information is a little cluttered and at times I did need to put my glasses on to read what it was displaying (old age setting in I think). Again reading this in sunlight was a challenge.
The included information on the display is as follows:
- Battery level indicator
- Wattage levels
- RBA function
- Lock / Unlock
- Coil resistance reading
- Puff counter
- Vaping time reading
- A little Bar Graph
Charging the Feelin X is carried out via the side located Type-C USB port, specified as 5V/2A, using the supplied Type-C charging cable. Full charge takes approximately 50 minutes but does have pass-through so you can vape while it’s being charged.
The scrolling battery bar icon remains illuminated during the charging cycle and extinguishes once charging has been completed.
A single oval shaped airflow control slider lever is positioned on the side casing, adjacent to the fire button. Restricting the airflow is carried out by moving the slider upwards towards the top of the Feelin X, opening the airflow by moving the slider downwards.
The movement of this slider is very restrictive so won’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.
At the top of the Feelin X is the pod recess and housing. It’s oval shaped and symmetrical so the pod can be fitted either way round.
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.
The airflow opening can also be seen on the right hand oval side of this recess next to the airflow slider. When its open you can see the airflow path into the recess.
Nevoks branding is fairly discrete and kept to a minimum, with their name “Nevoks” screen printed on the lower section of the body just below the + / – control buttons and “Feelin X” screen printed on the other side. The usual CE markings and the “1600mAh” battery capacity is printed on the flat base of the Feelin X body.
With regards to safety features, the on-board chip provides the following levels of protection:
- Overtime:- 10 seconds cut-off
- No Load:- No coil detected
- Overcharge:- Cuts off at 100% charge
- Over Discharge:- Device will shut down
- Over Temperature: >65oC
- Short-Circuit: S/C or Low resistance detected
- Low Voltage:- Below 3.3V
Overall, the Nevoks Feelin X feels solid, robust and well built. It’s pretty compact, lightweight and feels comfortable to hold. All of the buttons feel positive; the airflow slider works really well, a decent capacity internal battery with fast charging and variable wattage. My only gripe is the small display but give due where it’s due, the display does show everything you need to know.
Nevoks Feelin X Pod Design and Appearance
The Nevoks Feelin X pod has a 2ml (TPD) or 5ml (standard) e-liquid capacity and is constructed out of clear transparent PCTG material. Its dimensions are 34mm tall (25mm when fitted) by 30mm wide by 20mm deep. The mouthpiece is a duck bill shape design and integrated into the pod casing although it’s made out of TPE giving it a matte semi-rugged appearance.
At its tip, the mouthpiece is 16mm wide by 8mm deep tapering down to a 4.5mm oval opening that leads down to an internal circular chimney and onto the top of the coil.
It’s a concealed side fill design so the pod has to be removed from the Feelin X body in order to fill. When removed, there is 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 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 6mm so is big enough to accept short stubby e-liquid tip bottles.
On the bottom of the pod that fits into the Feelin X body are 4 small circular magnets that secure the pod and the circular coil opening where the push fit 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 snug fit into the pod and do a great job of ensuring no e-liquid will seep from the pod.
Inserting the pod is straight-forward enough, simply offer the bottom of the pod into the top recess of the Feelin X body and it will slide into the recess and be locked and snap into place by the four magnets. Removing the pod is carried out by grasping the pod sides and lifting away from the Feelin X body.
Overall it’s a pretty standard design that you see on most pods of this type with the difference being the PCTG material is totally clear so your e-liquid is always visible. The duck bill style mouthpiece, being made of TPE is also different and does have a slight rubbery taste although this did disappear after it was used a few times.
Nevoks Feelin X Functionality
The Nevoks Feelin X is a variable wattage (5W-40W) pod with a 0.49 inch LED single color display which shows all of the set parameters. Changes to these are carried out by sequential presses of the fire button and the + and – buttons as follows:
- Fire button pressed 5 times in 2 seconds turns the device on or off
- Fire button pressed 3 times in 2 seconds will Lock/Unlock the Fire button
- + button will increment the wattage in 1W steps
- – button will decrease the wattage in 1W steps
- Fire button and + button will switch between Wattage and RBA
- Fire button and – button will reset the Puff counter
- + and – buttons together will Lock/Unlock the wattage adjustment
Holding either the + or – button down will increment the wattage adjustment faster. There is no round robin on the buttons so once it reaches its minimum or maximum the display will remain at that level.
Surprisingly once you reach the maximum wattage and release the + button, if you press the +button again, the wattage starts off at 5W. Equally if your holding down the – button till it reaches 5W then press the – button again it will jump to 40W. So it’s sort of a round robin but not quite.
Inactivity of any button presses after a period of 20 seconds will put the display screen into standby mode (blank).
Included on the 0.49 inch display is all of the read-out information as follows:
- Battery level indicator
- Wattage levels
- RBA mode
- Lock / Unlock
- Coil resistance reading
- Puff counter
- Vaping time reading
- A little Bar Graph
This little bar graph sits just below the numerical wattage reading and will spin around when the fire button is pressed. It doesn’t really depict anything other than vape time duration but it does look good. It also spins when you draw on the pod.
Also the safety read-outs for the protection of the Feelin X are:
- NO ATOMIZER:- No coil detected
- TIME OUT:- Exceeds the vape time cut-off
- SHORTED:- Short circuit or low resistance detected
- LOW VOLT:- When the battery voltage falls below 3.3V
- TOO HOT:- Temperature >65oC or up to 85oC when firing
- 100%:- Fully charged
Automatic Coil Recognition:
Depending on the resistance of coil you fit, the Feelin X automatically detects the type of coil fitted in the pod and selects the optimum wattage for that coil. Adjustment of the wattage above or below this optimum value is still possible by the + / – buttons if you want to fine tune your wattage.
When the pod is inserted in the Feelin X body, the display will indicate “Measure” with the resistance value of the coil underneath.
The Feelin X incorporates adjustable airflow control via a single slider lever on the side of the Feelin X body. Moving the airflow lever upwards will decrease the airflow, sliding it downwards will increase the airflow. There is about 6 mm of travel on this slider from open to closed so anywhere between these two limits will further fine tune your draw.
RBA / Wattage Mode:
The Feelin X can be switched between wattage and RBA mode by pressing the fire button and + button together. When RBA is selected a small “R” will show next to the numerical wattage value and just above the “W” symbol.
I’ve come across the RBA term on other pods of this type which I find confusing because for me RBA stands for Re-Buildable Atomizer where you build your own coil on a build deck instead of using the stock coils.
There is no description to be found anywhere on what its function here is other than it’s an additional setting for DIY’ers. Don’t panic, I fiddled and found out what it does!
After playing around, I found the RBA mode is basically the standard wattage mode. Irrespective of the resistance coil you’ve fitted, you can reduce or increase the wattage between the minimum (5W) and maximum (40W) power level that the Feelin X can provide.
When RBA mode is switched off i.e. you’re in “Wattage” mode only, the Feelin X detects the coil resistance and sets the optimum power level for that particular coil. Each coil has a recommended min and max power level. The Feelin X maximum power level reduces and wont go higher than the maximum power level specified for that coil.
- RBA Mode:- Any coil any wattage between 5W-40W
- Wattage Mode:- 0.3ohm coil = 5W-40W
- Wattage Mode:- 0.4ohm coil = 5W-35W
- Wattage Mode:- 0.6ohm coil = 5W-25W
- Wattage Mode:- 0.8ohm coil = 5W-18W
- Wattage Mode:- 1.0ohm coil = 5W-13W
Nevoks Feelin X Performance
Two replaceable coils are supplied with the Feelin X Pod kit; a 0.3 ohm Kanthal mesh coil and a 0.6 ohm Kanthal mesh coil. In addition to these, the SPL-10 range of coils will fit and work with the Feelin X.
Nevoks kindly sent me their additional 0.4 ohm, 0.8 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils for me to try and I have included the description and performance of these in this section.
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. Take a few draws with the wattage set to low and slowly increment the wattage up, each time taking a few more draws until you reach your desired wattage setting.
While the auto coil detection is a handy feature, I do always prefer to slowly bed my new coil in starting at a wattage level below the minimum recommended. If you’ve primed the coil first and once filled left it to soak into the wick for 10-15 minutes, it won’t hurt the coil if you prefer to use the recommended settings straight away. I’m a creature of habit and have always done this to help prolong the usable life of my coils.
0.3 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 30W-40W. Auto coil detection will set the optimum wattage to 38W when the coil is first fitted. Maximum wattage that the Feelin X will go to when using this coil is 40W.
I initially set the wattage to 10W and took a few draws. The coil need a little more power so increased the wattage in 2W increments to 16W. The flavor started to come through and the vapor was ok but a bit limited.
Increasing the wattage to 20W improved the flavor profile of my e-liquid and the vapor at this wattage is pretty good. Taking the wattage to the optimum wattage of 38W produced great results but if I’m honest was a little too intense for my preferred vaping style. A 1 second quick draw at this wattage produced very dense vapor clouds.
I used my own e-liquid mix of 50PG/50VG with fairly low flavor strength and was pleased how well the coil picked out the flavors. The flavor was pretty good and the vapor was really impressive even well below the minimum specified wattage level.
Switching my e-liquid to a 70VG pre-bought shortfill also worked really well, while the flavor and vapor increased slightly, the wicking ports on the coil kept up effortless.
I found my ideal wattage for this coil was 22W, well below the minimum specified, which gave me a decent draw with the right amount of flavor and vapor coming through.
0.6 ohm Mesh Coil (included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 18W-25W. Auto coil detection will set the optimum wattage to 22W when the coil is first fitted. Maximum wattage that the Feelin X will go to when using this coil is 25W.
I initially set the wattage to 8W and the flavor was a little muted but the vapor was pretty good. Increasing the wattage to 12W improved the flavor profile. Setting to 16W produced very nice flavor and the vapor was much more than I expected, very dense. Using the optimum wattage of 22W gave an intense vape and was very impressive.
Using the same e-liquids and same airflow, the flavor was good and the vapor was very dense from the 0.6 ohm coil which was on par with the 0.3 ohm coil. The overall performance wasn’t quite as intense but still very good.
My ideal wattage level on this coil was 14W.
0.4 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 25W-35W. Auto coil detection will set the optimum wattage to 30W when the coil is first fitted. Maximum wattage that the Feelin X will go to when using this coil is 35W.
Using the same principles and e-liquid as the previous coils, I again found that this coil started to produce good flavor with decent vapor at around 16W. Taking the power level to the minimum recommended of 25W produced great results.
My ideal wattage level on this coil was 18W.
0.8 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 13W-18W. Auto coil detection will set the optimum wattage to 16W when the coil is first fitted. Maximum wattage that the Feelin X will go to when using this coil is 18W.
I again found that this coil started to produce good flavor with decent vapor at around 9W. Taking the power level to the minimum recommended of 13W produced great results. The draw was quite restrictive and found I was opening the airflow slightly more the previous coils.
My ideal wattage level on this coil was 12W.
1.0 ohm Mesh Coil (not included in the kit)
Nevoks specify the wattage range for this coil is 10W-13W. Auto coil detection will set the optimum wattage to 12W when the coil is first fitted. Maximum wattage that the Feelin X will go to when using this coil is 13W.
This coil started to produce good flavor with decent vapor from the lowest wattage setting of 5W. Slowly incrementing the wattage in 1W steps till I reached the minimum recommended wattage of 10W produced great results.
With the airflow slightly open it produced a really nice tight MTL draw. I mainly vape RDL or DTL but have to say the tightness of draw using this coil was pretty good.
My ideal wattage level on this coil was 10W.
Throughout my time using the Feelin X pod kit with both the included 0.6 ohm and 0.8 ohm coils, there was no evidence of any leaks. Equally when using the other coils no leaks were seen. The bottom of the coils and the contact pins in the pod recess remained dry with just a slight sign of condensation visible when it was time to re-fill the pod.
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 worked with no problems, tweaking to alter the vaping style between a tight MTL and RDL was achievable. I would even say with the airflow wide open, the vaping style was an airy Direct To Lung (DTL). Shutting the airflow completely off provided a very tight draw, in some cases too tight so my preference was to have the airflow just slightly open.
Vaping with the airflow restricted at higher wattages did increase the warmth of the e-liquid/draw but this is usual and something you would expect from any device.
What I really liked was the very positive resistive feel of the airflow slider. Once set in the position your happy with, it definitely won’t move on its own.
When the airflow is closed, the auto draw was responsive and only required the slightest of draws to activate. Opening the airflow did require more force on the draw intake to get it to activate but again this is expected.
When using the 0.3/0.4 ohm coils I did find that a forceful draw was needed and definitely gave a DTL draw. For me I preferred using the fire button on these coils which gave me a more relaxed RDL style vape.
Auto Coil Detection
I will point out that while auto coil detection worked, it only detects and sets the optimum wattage the first time the coil is fitted. If you adjust the wattage away from this level, remove the pod and re-insert it, the wattage doesn’t auto change, it remembers the value that you set.
It’s fair to say that switching between the different coils auto detected and set the optimum wattage every time.
RBA / Wattage Mode
While the RBA / Wattage mode is a handy feature, especially for new(ish) vapers, I would always use the Feelin X in RBA mode because I wish to have complete control over the wattage levels I want to vape at.
In wattage mode, the maximum power level is restricted to the maximum recommended wattage level for that particular coil. A very good feature to stop too high a wattage level being applied to the coil.
Both the included 0.3 ohm and 0.6 ohm coils were impressive and equally the additional 0.4 ohm, 0.8 ohm and 1.0 ohm coils 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 and equally well with my 50/50 e-liquid.
The optimum wattage for each coil produced very good results but for me I preferred vaping below this power level, sometimes below the minimum specified, for a slower less intense vape.
I can’t comment yet on the longevity of the coils as I’ve only been using the Feelin X for a couple of weeks and during this time I’ve been switching between the 5 different types of coils. What I can say is they are all still performing just as good as the first time they were used.
The draw was smooth and fairly quiet and the hit from both coils 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.
Fire button firing is always my preferred method of vaping because I enjoy a long slow draw which doesn’t really suit auto draw but nevertheless it was very effective.
I will say that the performance of all the SPL-10 coils exceeded my expectations and are amongst some of the best ones available to date.
Nevoks Feelin X Battery Performance
The Feelin X pod’s 1600mAh internal battery is a good decent sized capacity battery and on average was giving me a good 12 hours vaping time on a single charge. My puff counter reading on average was indicating around 250-300 puffs/draws for each charge.
My Puff count and vaping time was gauged using the 0.6 ohm coil. These times reduced with the 0.3/0.4 ohm coils but increased with the other 0.8/1.0 ohm coils as you would expect.
Battery performance is always subjective and depends on the power you vape at, the resistance of coil you’re using and the length of your draw.
The Feelin X displays a sliding battery bar icon in its top left hand corner. Full charge is depicted by a full white bar and this bar will slowly reduce as the device is being used. When the battery reaches its low battery cut-off voltage (3.3V), the “LOW VOLT” prompt will illuminate.
Once the Low Volt prompt appears, you have approximately 3 further draws left before the Feelin X will shut down and will require recharging.
Because the Type-C charge port is 5V/2A, a pretty quick charge cycle of approximately 50 minutes is achieved. For those of you who can’t wait for that long the Feeling X does benefit from having pass-through vaping so won’t stop you vaping while it’s being charged.
How do I Fill the Nevoks Feelin X Pod?
The design of the pod, being a concealed side fill, means you will have to remove it from the Feelin X 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.
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.
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 (6mm) so will accept short stubby tip e-liquid bottles.
Re-insert the pod into the Feelin X body ensuring it snaps into position and is held securely by the magnets.
Do ensure you don’t let the e-liquid level run down too low before you top up the pod. Because the pod is clear, it’s easy to see the level of e-liquid remaining in the pod by tilting it to one side. 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 after fitting a new coil, 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 Feelin X 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 X indicates “SHORTED”, then it’s time to change your coil.
Pull the pod upwards and away from the Feelin X body. It’s held in place with magnets so a little force is needed to free the pod.
The coils are of a push fit type, therefore 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 and is simply pushed 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 so the e-liquid fully saturates the wick. See our guide on Prolonging the Life of your Coil.
Also it is advisable with a new coil to take a few draws at a low wattage to slowly bed the coil in and increase the wattage in steps till you reach your desired power level.
How do I Charge the Nevoks Feelin X?
Because the Nevoks Feelin X has an internal battery, charging is carried out using the supplied USB to Type-C charging cable. Simply connect the cable into the Type-C port on the side of the Feelin X body and the other end into a suitable USB power source. The specified charging circuit of the Feelin X Mod is 5V/2A.
When the Feelin X is first placed on charge, the main display will illuminate and the small battery icon will start scrolling. After approximately 10 seconds the display will switch to a larger scrolling battery icon with 5 incremental white bars counting upwards which will remain illuminated throughout the charging cycle.
Once the battery becomes fully charged the display turns static with the 5 bars illuminated and then the screen will go blank so you know the charge cycle has been completed.
Charge time from discharged to full charge will take approximately 50 minutes from a 2A source. If you’re charging it from a 1A source then the charge time will take longer. I measured the charge cycle to be 55 minutes from my 2.4A source.
As the Feelin X has pass-through, you can vape while it’s on charge.
Always observe safe charging practices i.e. always charge on a non-flammable surface and NEVER leave your device unattended whilst charging.
Nevoks Feelin X Pod Kit Price
The Feelin X looks sleek, it’s well built and the quality feels good. Performance from the two included coils is impressive and the variable wattage and airflow make this kit well worth the money.
Nevoks Feelin X Pod Kit Verdict
- Good build quality
- Good design and functionality
- Does have a display (see Cons)
- Type-C USB 2A charge port
- Very good variable airflow
- Replaceable coils
- Very good vapor and flavor
- Pod is see-through
- RBA/Wattage modes
- Coil life is good
- Pass-through vaping
- Good auto draw
- SPL-10 coils are very good
- Mouthpiece takes getting used to
- Display screen is quite small
Nevoks Feelin X Pod Kit Summary
The Feelin X looks and feels good. It’s well built, lightweight and the quality shines through. Performance from the two included coils is impressive and the variable wattage and airflow make this kit a pleasure to use. The range of SPL-10 coils is a great addition making it very versatile.
Its 1600mAh internal battery capacity is pretty big for the size of the device and lasts a good day between charges. A 50 minute charging time is very quick with the added bonus of having pass-through so you can charge and vape at the same time.
Having replaceable coils and being re-fillable makes the Feelin X a great choice for new and experienced vapers alike. The 0.49 inch LED screen is on the one hand great that you can monitor everything but on the other hand it is small and difficult to see without the aid of a magnifier (you younger folk may not have a problem).
The choice of coil recognition, RBA/Wattage modes and fire button or auto draw activation is a plus, all of which worked really well. Of all the SPL-10 coils we tried, the flavor was clean and crisp with plenty of vapor.
Being the first Nevoks device we’ve reviewed and used for that matter, we feel they really are very good value for money and perform very well. The design and appearance are good, the performance is good, the functionality is good and even the included manual of instructions, for a change, is good.
I’m very glad we’ve been introduced to Nevoks and really liked and enjoyed using the Feelin X pod kit. I will definitely be keeping my eye out for more of their products.
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