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That is the case with the Kroma A-75W, which comes with an Zenith Tank or iSub B Tank depending on where you order it from.
This review covers the good and the bad qualities of the Kroma A-75W. More importantly, it highlights the main reasons why this vape kit is an absolute steal at its price and what to expect when you buy it.
- 1 Kroma-A 75W TC Box Mod
- 1 Zenith MTL Tank
- 1 1.6ohm Zenith Coil
- 1 0.5ohm Zenith Z Coil
- 1 Extra Drip Tip
- 1 Micro USB
- 1 Spare O-Rings
- 1 Spare Glass Tube
- 1 Innokin Vape Band
- 1 Quick Start Guide
Design & Build
It fits perfectly in hand and is very unlikely to slip and fall even when wet.
The 510 drip tip adapter is a common feature in many high-end mods, and Innokin hasn’t disappointed on that score. Compatibility with a wide range of atomizers is always an admirable quality for a vape mod to have.
The Kroma-A will take anything with a diameter of up to 24mm. Although 25mm attachments fit too, they do so with a slight overhang that might compromise ergonomics.
The mod arrives with a tapered Delrin drip tip already hooked up to the atomizer. The 510 drip tip adapter is provided as a spare.
On the downside, the display comes fitted with a dark screen protector that greatly compromises its legibility, especially in bright light. You will have a hard time trying to read the display under direct sunlight.
Vapor production is decent, but it’s nothing to write home about. The Kroma-A produces rich enough flavors, and for a mod this size, that’s an absolute plus. The 2ml Axiom M21 tank isn’t really what you want if you’re looking for tons of vapor. Consider getting the 4ml Crios tank if vapor production is essential to you.
The mod takes 2 to 3 hours to charge up and will last a whole day with moderate use. If you find the Kanthal coil is too flat, try switching it out with the stainless steel spare coil, which has much better flavor and slightly more vapor production. However, it also drains the tiny tank much faster.
Pros and Cons
- Good ergonomic design
- Rotatable OLED screen
- Variable temperature and wattage modes
- 510 adapter
- Pass-through charging
- Dry hit prevention mechanism
- Small tank capacity
- Juice-guzzling coils
- Dark OLED display
A good battery life, modest Zenith Tank, and ergonomic build make it the perfect starter kit for beginners, and a nice low-profile spare mod for experienced vapers. It is compatible with 510 threaded drip tips, which opens up your options, and performs well enough in temperature control and variable wattage mode.