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Freemax Marvos 60W Kit by Delores

Freemax sent me the Marvos 60W kit for the purpose of this review.

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The Marvos 60W is a small-ish pod mod device that combines the convenience of Freemax coils and an internal battery with the durability of a rubberized coating and covered charge port, plus enough of a menu to customize your vape to suit your style.

In the box you get:

  • 1x Freemax Marvos 60W Mod
  • 1x Marvos DTL Pod
  • 1x MS Mesh Coil 0.25ohm
  • 1x MS Mesh Coil 0.35ohm
  • 1x Type C Charging Cable
  • 1x Warning Card
  • 1x Warranty Card
  • 1x User Manual

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The Marvos DTL pod comes with all the devices in the Marvos line, and it’s really convenient if you have more than one of these devices as they can be swapped from one to another for charging or a change of flavor. The pod sits securely on this mod and I have had no issues with it not making contact. It holds 4.5mls of liquid and fills easily through a port in the bottom, even with a larger bottle or one with a rounded tip.

Some mod specs:

  • Size 123.6 x 32.6 x 30.6mm
  • Battery Capacity 2000mAh
  • Coil Resistance 0.15, 0.25, 0.35, and 0.5ohm
  • Output Voltage 0.7 – 4.2V
  • Output Wattage 5 – 60W
  • Weight 129g

The menu is pretty basic, and easy to use. Click the fire button 5 time to turn on and off, 3 times to change the mode from Wattage to Smart to Bypass. Fire plus Up brings up clear the puff counter, click Up for yes, Down for no. Up plus Down locks the up and down buttons, but the mod will still fire. Down plus Fire changes the screen color and your choices are blue, yellow, green, red, and white.

So what is the Smart mode? When you put a pod on the mod in Smart, the wattage adjusts to the lower recommended setting, and it will not allow the wattage to be adjusted higher than the highest recommended setting. If you have set the wattage lower – and let’s say, you take the pod off to fill it, and put it back on the mod – the wattage will remain where you left it.

It also has a bunch of protections, which will display on the screen as what they are, meaning it’ll say Battery Low or 10s protection. No decoder ring needed.

The airflow has a joystick-like slider, which I love. Nice and firm, no accidental adjusting. And it opens up nice and wide with two large oval holes.

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The body is kind of a rounded off square, and with the rubberized coating, it’s comfy and easy to grip, and the only place you’ll have to wipe fingerprints off of it is the screen. The downside of the body is it’s a little big for a pocket carry, a little too grippy with the coating. The battery is a little shy of what I would want for running erands, but it’s rugged enough for most of my chores. And the grippyness – is that a word? – keeps it securely in the kangaroo pocket of my hoodie. This time of year, that’s a thing for me. There’s a silicon cover over the charge port that helps the mod resist water, and also keeps fuzzies and stuff out of the port.

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It’s a nice looking device. I got the black one, and it also comes in blue, red, and gunmetal.

No complaints on this one. It does what it says, fiddle-free, very reliable, and quite affordable.

Thanks, Freemax, for the opportunity to review the Marvos 60W kit!


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