The safest distance between you and an alien is via Smok’s Alien 220W Kit, a unit that is unique in its wattage and large OLED display. The design and button placement allow for an ergonomic feeling better than ever before.
- The zinc alloy body isn’t exactly a space-age metal but is non-ferrous (like aluminum and copper), which makes it lightweight and fairly durable, especially against corrosion.
- The lateral fire button combined with the button placement allows for easy operation for the most efficient vaping with no hassle.
- ECarbon fiber inlays accent the Alien kit to give it an edgy feel while also speaking to the power, aesthetics and innovative nature of the unit.
Lucky enough to be traveling abroad soon? You can take the Smoke Alien Kit with you if you know how.
Can I take my Smok Alien Kit on a plane?
Most airlines allow e-cigarettes to be taken on-board in your carry-on luggage, but it’s best to check with the airline before you travel. EasyJet allows an e-cigarette with a maximum of two spare batteries to be taken on-board. That means the Alien 220W, with its two 18650 batteries, can come along with you. It shouldn’t be a problem to take 100 ml bottles of e-liquid aboard, just make sure you don’t over-do things and that you bag the e-liquid in a clear sandwich sack or something similar. The bottom line, however, is that exact regulations vary from airline to airline, so it is worth checking their specific regulations before heading to the airport.
Can I put my Smok Alien Kit in checked luggage?
Vaporizer batteries are now banned worldwide in checked luggage, so your Smok batteries must now be placed in hand luggage. When you land, just place the batteries back into the body of the Alien through the battery compartment hatch at the base of the unit. If you have large bottles of e-liquid you should put them in your hold luggage.
Can I charge my Smok Alien Kit in the aircraft?
At one time, yet, but you are no longer allowed to charge vaporizer devices on any commercial aircraft.
Can I vape with my Smoke Alien Kit on a plane?
Nope! While vaping does not typically fire alarms, it has happened; vaping on a plane is not something we would ever recommend.