Looking for help with your Alien Mod or just need guidance on how to operate it, then check out this complete and detailed guide to the SMOK Alien Mod. The Alien Mod has become one of the most popular mods of 2016, taking home 1st place in the Best Regulated Mod category on GuideToVaping’s Best of 2016 event. The reason why this particular mod has gained so much success is because of its appealing design, its large vertically stacked OLED display, its perfectly placed and very clicky fire button, its small stature, its dual battery configuration, its 200 watts of power, and who could forget the other features like temperature control and its optional output modes.
There’s no doubt that the Alien Vape Mod is a beast of a device, but not everyone who purchases this device knows how to operate it correctly. In fact, if you’re like a lot of us men, you’ve already tossed the instruction manual in the trash immediately after you ripped into its packaging. We don’t want you to worry though, because we’re going to list how to operate this mod, its features, and its specifications so that you know everything about it! If this guide has helped you in any way, please share it with your friends online — we’ll appreciate it!
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About The SMOK Alien Mod
The Alien Mod manufactured by SMOK (Shenzhen IVPS Technology Co., Ltd) is constructed out of a premium Zinc Alloy. It offers an incredibly detailed design that boasts high appeal and a comfortable feel. Everything on the device is perfectly placed, such as the ergonomically placed adjustment buttons, its stealth firing mechanism, and its hinged battery cap that completely seals the 2-bay battery compartment.
Though it holds two 18650 batteries, the device leaves a rather small footprint, being only 85mm tall, 44mm wide, and just 30mm in depth. Even with its small stature, this feature packed beauty delivers a wattage output range between 6 and 220 watts. Along with high power, it also incorporates temperature control (TC) — a mode that has become standard into today’s vape mods. This TC feature allows a user to range from 200 to 600 degrees and supports a handful of different coil materials, such as Ni200 Nickel, Titanium, and Stainless Steel. In addition, using the TC feature will allow you to fire coils as low as 0.06Ω, eliminating any potential limitations due to resistance levels.
One of the most fantastic parts to the highly popular Alien Mod is its OLED display screen. The display is vertically stacked and offers more detailed vaping data than nearly any other device on the vaping market. The screen is clear and precise, and offers an entirely new operation interface. With this screen, expect to see the current wattage, voltage, a display of what mode you’re in (WATT), its working effect, dual battery life indicators, resistance value, working current, working temperature (the temperature of the device itself), and your current puff count while in its variable wattage mode. However, the screen changes just a bit when you’re in its temp control mode. When in this TC mode, expect the screen to show the working temperature (ranges from 200-600 degrees), the working voltage, what mode you’re in (TEMP), the coil type (Ni, Ti, SS), dual battery life indicators, the resistance value, working current, working wattage (wattage you’re at in TC mode), and your current puff count.
The last thing you need to know about the Alien Mod by SMOK is that it has a series connection, a micro-USB port that is used for future firmware upgrades plus charging, and that the device is available in several different color options, including Silver, Gunmetal, Champagne Gold, Orange, Blue, Red, Purple, Green, White Red, Acid Blue, and Superman (Blue/Red).