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Nevoks Feelin AX Pod Kit Review: I’m Feelin’ This Vape!

Nevoks Feelin AX

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4.0

Excellent

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The bottom line

For being the first pod device that I’ve used by Nevoks, the Feelin AX made a good first impression. Its sleek design, wide range of wattage adjustment, and range of pod resistances make the Feelin AX stand out as a versatile pod vape for freebase ejuices and nic salts, as well as for DL, RDL, and MTL vaping.

I personally think that the Feelin AX works best when used as a RDL vape with the 0.6Ω pod, or when used for loose to medium MTL vaping with the 0.8Ω pod. Luckily, these are the two pods that come included in the package so you can get the best out of the Feelin AX right out of the box.

Direct lung vaping with the 0.4Ω pod is okay but isn’t as flavorful as I would want from a device. For hardcore DL vapers, a pod mod or mod and tank are still going to be your best bet, but for a bit of DL vaping here and there the Feelin AX will work.

MTL vaping with the 1.2Ω pod doesn’t seem to offer anything unique over the 0.8Ω pod, not even a tighter draw. For this reason, it doesn’t seem worth purchasing unless you’re going to be using very high strength nicotine salt ejuices.

I liked using the Feelin AX and I’ll be keeping my eyes open for the next release from Nevoks. For RDL and loose to medium MTL vapers, the Feelin AX is a pod vape worth checking out.

The Feelin AX is the latest pod system by Nevoks and, although relatively new, it has already won numerous awards at MIVAS (Malaysia International Vape Show) and BORVEX. Using the Feelin AX is my first experience with any of the products from the brand but Nevoks makes numerous other pod vapes and even a few disposable vapes too.

Speaking specifically about the Feelin AX that I’m reviewing, the specs are very appealing. It’s a pod device that is compatible with all six of Nevoks 3ml A1 pods. The Feelin AX has adjustable wattage up to 30W, adjustable airflow, and an OLED display. It also has a huge 1500mAh battery and Type-C fast charging.

  • 1 x Feelin AX Device
  • 1 x 0.6Ω A1 Pod (3ml)
  • 1 x 0.8Ω A1 Pod (3ml)
  •  1 x User Manual
  • 1 x Type-C Cable
  • 1 x A1 Platform Card
  • Size: 120mm x 24mm x 16.4mm
  • Pod Capacity: 3ml
  • Button/Draw activated
  • RDL to tight MTL draw
  • Battery Capacity: 1500mAh
  • Wattage Range: 5-30W
  • Adjustable Wattage
  • Adjustable Airflow Slider
  • Charging: 2A Type-C

Design & Build Quality

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Talk about simple but beautiful! The Feelin AX has a really simple design but it’s quite the looker, especially in the more colorful options like Sky Blue, Lavender Violet, or Lake Green. I’ve been using the Sky Blue color and let me just say, the color looks even better in person. The gradient of light blue to a deep, solid turquoise-like blue is really very nice.

It’s not only the color that makes the Feelin AX beautiful. If you look at it from a top-down view, it’s basically an oval shaped device. The sides have a thin, flat portion which holds the airflow switch and Type-C charging port, but it’s still mostly an oval shape and this shape makes it look really sleek.

The Feelin AX also feels great to hold in the hand, even when gripping it tightly. The curved body just fits into my palm perfectly. However, it’s a very slippery device and I’ve had it fall out of my hands a few times now. I guess I should grip it more tightly more often!

The size of the Feelin AX is larger than I expected, mostly due to how tall it is. It’s 120mm tall, 24mm wide and 16.4mm deep; not exactly small. It only weighs 57g though so while it has some weight to it, it doesn’t feel cheap or too heavy.

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Nevoks has implemented the branding on the Feelin AX in a way that keeps with the simple aesthetic. FEELIN AX is printed in medium-sized lettering on the back side, with Nevoks in a similar font on the front. The branding looks classy and doesn’t stand out too much so I don’t mind it at all.

The display is a small, black and white OLED screen that isn’t anything fancy but it’s bright, clear, and high-resolution. The screen shows your wattage, a battery icon with five bars, pod resistance, a puff counter, and lock status.

Just below the screen is a round button used to adjust the wattage, fire the device, or lock/unlock the button. The button feels good but I found it to activate just a little too easily. Thankfully there’s the option to lock the button for when you throw the Feelin AX in your pocket.

The airflow slider consists of a little silver knob and three airflow holes when fully open. When fully closed, the airflow slider has one small hole that appears from the bottom. Adjusting the airflow is precise and works excellently. The slider does not feel loose at all, even after constant use.

This airflow slider, combined with the pods, allows the Feelin AX to be used for RDL vaping (with the 0.6Ω pod) and MTL vaping (with both pods). 


Pods

Nevoks Feelin AX Pods

Just like most of Nevoks other pod vapes, the Feelin AX uses their A1 pod platform. You get two pods included in the box, a 0.6Ω A1 pod and a 0.8Ω A1 pod, but there are also 0.4Ω pods and 1.2Ω pods available. Four of these pods, including the two that come with the Feelin AX, have a 3ml capacity. The other two pods are MTL pods and have a 2ml capacity.

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The pods that come with the Feelin AX are side filled and very easy to get started with. The fill port is located on the side of the pod but it is hidden when the pod is inserted into the device. This means that you have to remove the pods first in order to fill. I had no trouble filling the pods and the 3ml capacity was really nice to have because it meant more time vaping and less time refilling.

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The pods connect magnetically and the connection is strong and secure. The pod moves very little when inserted and stays securely attached.

When inserted, about two-thirds of the pod is hidden inside of the Feelin AX. This makes it very difficult to track where your ejuice level is at without removing the pod. Once removed, the hidden portion of the pod is lightly frosted but it’s easy enough to see into the pod.

I would have liked to see an ejuice viewing window/cutout on the Feelin AX to make tracking ejuice levels easier – removing the pod multiple times a day gets old real fast.


Features

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This section isn’t going to be too long because the Feelin AX doesn’t offer any crazy features. However, it’s not lacking completely in this department.

You can adjust the wattage from 5-30W, although the maximum wattage is dependent on the pod that you are using. The 0.8Ω pod can go up to 18W, while the 0.6Ω pod can go up to 25W. If you want to vape at the maximum wattage of 30W you’ll have to purchase the 0.4Ω pod, which is sold separately.

Pressing the fire button three times unlocks the wattage and allows you to adjust it by pressing or holding the button. 

The Feelin AX allows you to vape with both button activated firing as well as draw-activated firing. However, for those times when you’re putting the device in your pocket, you may want to lock the button activated firing by pressing the button four times. You can also unlock the button in the same way.

The puff counter is a nice feature to have but if you want to clear it, you can do so by turning the device off by pressing the button five times, then pressing the button three times when the device is off.

Like I said, not too many features to be aware of, but the adjustable wattage is a nice feature to have. It makes the Feelin AX better than a lot of other pod vapes that lack this feature simply because you can alter the draw strength to how you like it. 


Battery life & Charging

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The battery capacity of the Feelin AX is certainly worth highlighting as it’s a 1500mAh battery. That’s absolutely huge for a pod vape and nearly doubles what you would get from other pod vapes that come with 800mAh batteries. An 800mAh battery capacity is what I’m used to seeing from pod vapes, maybe sometimes 1000mAh, but 1500mAh is huge.

As a result of the larger battery, the Feelin AX lasted me forever on a single charge. I’m talking about nearly four days of heavy usage, which is crazy for me to get from a pod device. I’m used to killing a battery in two days so the battery life here far exceeded my expectations.

For such a large battery, it doesn’t take long to charge either thanks to the 2A charging speed. Hooked up to a wall charger with a 2A charger and a good Type-C cable, I timed a full charge at 45 minutes. There’s basically no downtime with this device.


Performance

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For this review, I tested out four of the A1 pods that are available for the Feelin AX; the two pods that come with the device (0.6Ω pod and 0.8Ω pod), as well as two that are sold separately (0.4Ω pod and 1.2Ω pod). I used 50/50 nicotine salt ejuices in 35mg strength for the 0.8Ω pod and 1.2Ω pod, and a 70VG freebase nicotine ejuice in 6mg strength for the 0.4Ω and 0.6Ω pods. I’ll do my best to explain how the flavor and draw is from each pod.

0.4Ω Pod

This pod is for direct lung vaping and the recommended wattage range is from 25-30W. This pod defaults to 28W when inserted and that’s where I left it. With a 6mg freebase nicotine ejuice, the clouds are impressive for a pod vape. The flavor is good but I wasn’t wowed by it. There’s a spot of restriction with the airflow wide open but still a direct-lung draw through and through.

0.6Ω Pod

This is a RDL pod and the recommended wattage range is 17-22W, but it can be set as high as 25W. At 22W, I really liked how this pod vaped and the flavor is better than the 0.4Ω pod for sure. The airflow needs to be closed a little in order to get a RDL vape but this enhances the flavor and delivers a really good draw. 

0.8Ω Pod

This is the pod to use if you like a looser MTL draw. The recommended wattage range is 13-16W and for mid-strength nicotine salt ejuices, like the ones I’m using, 16W is perfect. Wide open, the airflow delivers a loose MTL draw but it can be closed down for a tighter MTL vape. The MTL range here is pretty good but fully closed the airflow doesn’t get as tight as some might like. Overall, really good flavor for a MTL vape and a very satisfying draw from my nic salts.

1.2Ω Pod

This pod isn’t too different from the 0.8Ω pod with the draw that it provides, which is disappointing because I thought that it would be a much tighter draw. Fully open, it’s a loose MTL draw and closing it down fully doesn’t make the draw any tighter than the 0.8Ω pod. The vapor is cooler due to the lower wattages (8-12W) and the flavor is not as intense as the 0.8Ω pod. For MTL vaping, I would stick with the 0.8Ω pod that comes included with the Feelin AX.

I didn’t use the 1.2Ω pod nearly as much as the other three, so I can’t speak to its longevity. But the 0.4Ω, 0.6Ω, and 0.8Ω pods have all lasted through around 10 refills each, so 30ml of ejuice. None of them are tasting burnt or weird so I expect that each one can last for at least another 10ml of ejuice.


Verdict

For being the first pod device that I’ve used by Nevoks, the Feelin AX made a good first impression. Its sleek design, wide range of wattage adjustment, and range of pod resistances make the Feelin AX stand out as a versatile pod vape for freebase ejuices and nic salts, as well as for DL, RDL, and MTL vaping.

I personally think that the Feelin AX works best when used as a RDL vape with the 0.6Ω pod, or when used for loose to medium MTL vaping with the 0.8Ω pod. Luckily, these are the two pods that come included in the package so you can get the best out of the Feelin AX right out of the box.

Direct lung vaping with the 0.4Ω pod is okay but isn’t as flavorful as I would want from a device. For hardcore DL vapers, a pod mod or mod and tank are still going to be your best bet, but for a bit of DL vaping here and there the Feelin AX will work.

MTL vaping with the 1.2Ω pod doesn’t seem to offer anything unique over the 0.8Ω pod, not even a tighter draw. For this reason, it doesn’t seem worth purchasing unless you’re going to be using very high strength nicotine salt ejuices.

I liked using the Feelin AX and I’ll be keeping my eyes open for the next release from Nevoks. For RDL and loose to medium MTL vapers, the Feelin AX is a pod vape worth checking out.

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Jamie Gann

Jamie is a Staff Writer for Versed Vaper with nearly 10 years of industry experience. After being a smoker for several years, Jamie discovered vaping when a friend bought him his first setup. Before joining the team, he spent three years as the Manager of a local vape shop, gaining practical experience with everything from pod vapes to rebuildable atomizers. He has also previously worked as a freelance writer for other tech and vaping media websites. Jamie now uses his knowledge and experience to educate others through his reviews. You’ll find Jamie on the weekend, toolkit in hand, surrounded by box mods, wicks, and wires, trying to get the perfect cloud.

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