* Optional Dual 18650 Platform: Maximum Power Downgraded To 220W
* Dimensions: 89.5mm by 61.5mm by 31mm
* Maximum Wattage Output: 320W
* Min Atomizer Resistance: 0.06 ohm
* Temperature Range: 200~600’F
* Supports Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel Heating Elements
* 0.96 Inch Top-Style OLED Display
* Side buttons
* Hinged Battery Cover
* Balanced Charge Protection
* Micro USB Port
* 510 Connection
* Resistance Range: 0.1 -3ohm (VW) / 0.06 -3ohm (TC)
* 1 x Marshal Mod
* 1 x USB Cable
* 1 x User Manual
A vape mod has never been so simple yet full of innovation; this is the latest from Smoktech, namely Smok Marshal g320. It is streamlined with an impressive metal case and an alongside buttons that I find unique. The side buttons just seems to be a little uncomfortable with its size. Well, it is still somehow handy because of its curved shape. When I talk about the innovation of this mod, I also refer to its OLED display. Just a hint though, an OLED uses LED that generates both light and color. Technically speaking, when people refers to LED types of monitor, it just uses LEDs for backlighting. OLED’s awesomeness comes from electroluminescence. It indeed provides a very clear visual effect with its large screen.
This mod offers more than just its classy outlook. It has a distinctive option whether you like it light or strong. You want it light? You can use a 220w set up from two pieces of 18650 batteries. For a stronger vaping experience, have it loaded with three 18650 batteries and there you have it, a 320w of powerful vape.
Moving on the real time vaping experience, you can have it in a complete Kit or just the mod itself.
I was given with a complete set so I was able to have the Smoktech Marshal g320 tried with its TFV8 Big Baby Tank. It worked fine. I tried using it both ways in 220w and 320w with the same 75w remark, and the batteries didn’t seem to affect the vapor it yields.
I also had it partnered with my Limitless RDTA Plus. I have a Sigelei 213 from which I combine with my Limitless RDTA Plus tank and the usual wattage that I apply is 75w only. The same with what I had consumed with my Smok tfv12.
Having it set up with 75w seems to give me a less output than Sigelei 213. I increased it a bit at 78w – 80w and there you go, I was able to reach my usual 75w vape session. Yes, it is a little underpowered.
* OLED Display
* Big Firing Button
* Techy And Handy Design
* Versatility Of battery options
* Screen Positioning
* Underpowered Wattage
* Side Buttons
As an overall review with this box mod, its physical attributes is simply elegant, whilst providing more choices for the user on how you would like to use it, from the batteries to the screen. But regarding to the vapor produced in proportionality with its wattage, it is too promising than it really is, having a need for a higher wattage than the usual compared to other vaporizer.