Video Transcript: SMOK X-Priv Baby 80W Vape Kit with TFV12 Big Baby Prince Sub Ohm Tank / Review by Zophie Vapes
For you today, the SMOK X-Priv Baby Kits. I've asked. I've asked them. They've given me both responses. At first they told me smoke, then they told me SMOK. I don't know. It's SMOK. It's spelled SMOK. It's gonna be SMOK, and that's what it's gonna be on this channel. So if you don't like it, there's other reviewers out there. Anyways, so X-Priv Baby Kit, on the side you have to scratch off. I'm still angry. On the side, you have this scratch-off authenticity code. Well, it's right here, actually. And here's the back, gives you some information about this kit and what's included inside. So inside of the box, there's this user manual. Feel free to pause the video. Here are the specs on the Mod and the tank. There's a USB cable for charging and firmware updates.
So here's the tank, the TFV12 Big Baby B's Tank with the bubble glass. It holds six millimeters and then a little bit less with this extra piece of glass. It has adjustable air flow on the stopper. At the top there's this Cobra, what they call a Cobra-style Drip Tip. It is removable, but it's not Goon style. Size 810, but not a Goon style. And there's also this little spare parts bag for the tank, with extra seals, o-rings and an additional coil and the colors do vary depending on what kit you got. So the one I'm using is blue. This comes with two coils, one is already inside of the tank. They are identical. They're both 0.4 ohms. They can be vaped between 40 and 80 watts, but the manufacturer says they're best between 55 and 65.
And here is the X-Priv Baby Mod. Over here is the fire button, but it's not the whole thing. It's from about here to here, so like half of it and there is two different ways to press this. There's a light press, and you don't hear a click, but if you press all the way you can hear a click, and I'll show you why that matters laters.
So yeah it's got this protective film. That's pretty much coming off on this one, but some of them, it's kinda hard to tell. So don't forget to take that off. At the top is a 510 spring-loaded connection, and over here is a big 2-inch high-definition screen, plus and minus buttons, and on the bottom a little bit of battery ventilation and the USB port. One, two, three, four, five clicks turns it on.
So just for a size comparison, here is the original X-Priv. So inside of this one are two 18650s, and in here is that rechargeable battery, 2300 milliamp-hour. So once this is locked, I can turn this off by just holding down the fire button for approximately five seconds. The other way is through the menu: One, two, three clicks gets me there. Click, click, click. Alright, so here, I got to go to this part. Long press. Just lightly press and then it turns off, because if you just click it will bring you back here.
So right now I am in memory mode. So there are different pre-sets already in here, from 10 watts all the way to 80, and 80 is maximum. So over here you can see resistance. Voltage, you can see when I'm vaping, firing. This is the puff timer and a puff counter. This little symbol is a battery life indicator and it's also displayed in percentages. In the center it says normal. That is vape strength, and it can be changed. One, two, three clicks gets me into the menu. Currently I am in memory mode, but there's also wattage. So in here, if I light press, I can adjust my wattage, which I can do on the main screen as well. If I light press again, here I can change the vape strength. This provides a little pre-heat or boost. There's also temperature control. Titanium, nickel, stainless steel. So here, if I light press, I can adjust my wattage in temperature control mode, all the way up to the full 80 watts. If I light press again, now I can adjust the TCR, temperature coefficient of resistance.
Finally, there's a memory mode. There's already some pre-sets in here, but you can go in and change these. So if I long press on Memory 2, for example, I can go ahead and change this to something else. One, two, three clicks, back in to the menu. Here, if I just click, brings me to the screen. So there's a puff setting. You can set a maximum amount of puffs, or just put it on never, which is infinite. Long press, I can clear the puff counter. Click, click. So next click, over here I can pick a different color for parts of the screen anyways. If I long press from here, I can adjust the screen time. So this is how long before it goes into a standby mode, as low as 15 seconds and as high as 240.
If I long press again, I can have the Mod auto-lock. Click, click, and here is the option to turn off the Mod. And you have to long press, like lightly press. And that is with the AC on. Thermostat is literally six feet away from me, and I just don't wanna get up. I'm pretty comfy right here. So there you have it, the SMOK X-Priv Baby. Pretty much the same thing in a smaller package. So yeah, it's just like the miniature version of the X-Priv. It's smaller than the original and not as powerful, but other than that, it's pretty much the same thing. Same exact menu system as the original X-Priv. So it's just the fire button, navigating through there, there's long presses, there's clicking.
It's actually pretty user-friendly once you go through it a couple of times. To turn it off, it's not five clicks on and off. It's five clicks, on, but then to turn it off, you either have to go through that entire menu system or you can lock it. One, two, three, four, five, locks the mod or I think before you used to be able to to hold down the plus and minus buttons, but that doesn't appear to be working. I don't know if it did on the original X-Priv. So here they are again, side by side. Let me see if that actually works. Yeah, if you click them together you can unlock and lock. If I click on these, nothing happens. So one con for that; it looks like they got rid of that feature. I guess it's six clicks to turn it off. One, two, three, four, five, locks it, and then number six, hold it down and it turns off. Five short clicks and one really long one.
Another thing I don't like about it when I go to turn it on, I just want it to turn on, I don't need to see all this stuff in the beginning. But it's still a really cute, little compact neat-looking mod. I really do like the look of it, but one thing that bothers me the USB port is on the bottom. I like to be able to set my mod down and then charge it that way. But I think they did that for aesthetic reasons, to keep it really clean-looking, and it does have a pass-through charging, so you can keep vaping while it's charging, as long as the battery isn't completely drained.
Which brings on the question of battery life, how long does it last? Well, for someone like me, I do have to charge it at least once during the day. So, it really depends how much you vape, and also at what settings. Right now, I do have this at 62 watts. I think about five hits on here were between 70 and 80 watts, and then 17 hits at 62 watts. My battery's at 71% and that was almost a full charge. I had it at 95%. And I really do like how the battery life indicator is also in percentages.
I'm really surprised that this time, I didn't have any issues with the coils or with the threading and really, when they're working right they are wonderful, flavourful, cloud chucking little coils, but when you get a dud it's such a big disappointment. So, I'm just hoping, I'm really hoping that this time they did improve the coils, but I'm not positive. Definitely go watch other reviews on this.
So yeah, I think that's pretty much all I wanted to say about it, it is gonna come in a bunch of different colors, like seven different ones and I absolutely love the drip tips that come with this. So yeah, really, really cute mod, decide for yourselves if this is something you want or not.
Prices are kind of all over the place. I think right now everything is pretty much on pre-order or stores are gonna be getting it soon. For the whole kit, it's between like $55 to all the way up to $108 if you go directly through SMOK. So, yeah, that's it, no more give-aways here, they're gonna be on Facebook and Instagram, just go over there, there's usually something going on and I'll talk to you guys later. So yeah, you can find me at Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, my other weird channel, called Just Sophie and another place I can't mention, it starts with a V. I gotta go, bye.