SMOK Fit Kit | Review

Another refillable pod mod from Smok, but is it a good fit?

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SMOK Fit Kit Review

SMOK Fit Kit

SMOK has not held back recently with regards to releasing refillable pod mods. We have already seen and reviewed the Rolo Badge and Infinix, now at the same time, we have the Fit Kit.

The Fit Kit shares all the same specs as the Infinix with a 250mAh internal battery and 2ml capacity refillable pods.

So it does beg the question why bother releasing both devices? Are there any real differences and if so which one is best?

In this review, we’ll do our best to break it down and find out.

The Good

Looks sleek and stylish, refillable pods that produce great flavor and it has a decent battery life.

The Bad

The mouthpiece feels a little awkward in the mouth, not the tightest of MTL draws.

The Bottom Line

The Fit is a really effective refillable pod system. It has decent pods, that produce good flavor, have a good lifespan, and are super easy to refill. Nonetheless, the main dilemma is that it’s not quite as good as it’s brother, the Smok Infinix.


Disclosure: This product was sent to us by SMOK for the purpose of this review.


  • Material: Aluminum alloy + PC
  • Size: 107.5 x 18.4 x 8mm
  • Battery Capacity: 250mAh
  • Power Range: 10W-16W
  • Standby Current: <200uA
  • Capacity: 2ml

In the Box

  • 1 × FIT Mod
  • 2 × Pods
  • 1 × USB Cable
  • 1 × User Manual
SMOK Fit Kit

SMOK’s Infinix shared a remarkable resemblance to an already popular closed system pod mod – the Phix.

With the Fit Kit, they have decided to imitate another, and it’s the most successful pod mod on the market, the JUUL. At first glance, you’d even struggle to tell the difference.

There are a few differences though. The Fit does have a little more flare to its side edges, and of course is a refillable pod system.

Smok has done a good job of making the refill port accessible without having to remove the pod and the view window to see remaining juice level is large and clear – especially compared to its brother the Infinix.

I’m still a little confused why they named it the ‘Fit’ though; it doesn’t seem the most ‘fitting’ name for it’s more businessman like appearance.

SMOK Fit Kit


The Fit Kit’s trapezoidal shape is somewhat reminiscent of a USB flash drive. It’s quite a dividing look, although it has proved popular for JUUL.

I much prefer my devices to have some curved edges like the Phix or Infinix. Although the sharp angular corners do not make the Fit uncomfortable to hold, they do make it awkward in the mouth; it just doesn’t feel natural at all.

This is not a bad looking device by any means; it’s just perhaps not as enticing or ergonomically friendly as some other pod mods.

SMOK Fit Kit

Build Quality

The Fit Mod is made from high-quality aluminum alloy and PC. It has an almost sandblasted but smooth finish to it.

The pods connect to the battery, excellently. It does contain magnets, but mainly it is press fit, which is secure and seamless.

For such a cheap device I really can’t fault it for build quality, it is exceptionally good – which is great for SMOK.


The Fit is a little shorter than the Infinix measuring in at 107.5mm x 18.4mm x 8mm and weighing less than 20 grams.

It’s an incredibly portable device, and you really will not notice it in your pocket.


There’s certainly no innovation happening here. We’ve already seen all of these features before in SMOK’s other refillable pod systems.

As for looks, as I mentioned before the design is far too close to the JUUL to call it original. But hey, we kind of expect that a little from SMOK, right?

And as they say, imitation is the highest form of flattery. I just wished they’d tried something a little different with the Fit Kit, especially considering they released the Infinix at the same time.

SMOK Fit Kit

The Fit Kit is powered by a 250mAH internal battery and has a power range between 10 and 16 watts.

As with most pod mods, it requires no fire button and is activated by inhalation or draw. The switch is nice and sensitive and doesn’t require a hard draw to fire. I never had any accidental auto-fires while using the device.

It does have a few safety features; short circuit protection, low voltage protection, and an 8-second cutoff.


The Fit Mod features a micro USB port for charging, which is neatly concealed on the base of the device. It also comes with its own USB cable in the box.

Much like the Infinix, I was getting to a full charge from dead in around 25 minutes, which is due to its small 250mAh battery.

LED LIghts

The Fit has a small square LED light on its front face, which helps to indicate battery charge and the status of the device.

  • X5 white flashes = 8-second cutout reached
  • X4 flashes = short circuit protection activated
  • X15 flashes = battery needs recharging
The Pods8.7
SMOK Fit Kit

The Fit comes with two 2ml capacity empty pods, and needle tip bottle to make refilling them easier.

The pods connect to the battery through a combination of magnets and friction and are held in place very securely.

The coils inside the pods are 1.3ohm, although it’s not stated what materials are used, I would assume Kanthal.

The only thing missing is a rubber cap for the spare pod, so you can transport it without the worry of it leaking, though the rubber plug does seem to hold in place pretty well.

SMOK Fit Kit


I tried a combination of different viscosity juices in the Fit pods, and they wicked perfectly with up to 70VG juice.

Only once did I feel it was struggling a little, but that was when I was stress testing it with constant chain vaping.

SMOK Fit Kit


I notice a small amount of condensation build up on the base of the pods, and a tiny amount of juice.

It wasn’t enough to affect the performs of the firing switch, but it is something to be aware of if you are using the device heavily. I quick wipe with a tissue should prevent any problems though.


Quite surprisingly and just like the Infinix, I was getting to approximately 6 refills of the Fit pods before it was time to move on.

That’s actually really impressive, but remember it will be determined somewhat by the type of juice you are using. I’m sure really sweet juices will not see the pods have the same lifespan.

SMOK Fit Kit


This is where the Fit holds the edge over the Infinix.

You do not need to remove the Fit pods to be able to refill them. The port is actually on the top side of the of the pod, so is easily accessible at all times.

Just simply pull the anchored rubber plug to reveal the fill port. SMOK also include a needle tip bottle to make filling an easier and less messy affair.

The only downside of the position of the fill port is if you get a little bit of excess juice, it will be on the mouthpiece. So you need to make sure you give it a good wipe before vaping on it.

Smok Fit Kit

On the whole, I have to say the performance of the Fit Kit pod system is very impressive.

The firing switch is nice and responsive, and the pods do an admirable job of producing decent flavor and vapor.


The one big difference you will notice between the Fit and the Infinix is with the airflow.

The Fit has a slightly looser draw. It’s still mouth-to-lung, but just not quite as tight as the Infinix.

Personally, I prefer my MTL vapes to be on the tighter side, so would say the Infinix has the better airflow.

Smok Fit Kit


I notice a small amount of condensation build up on the base of the pods, and a tiny amount of juice.

It wasn’t enough to affect the performs of the firing switch, but it is something to be aware of if you are using the device heavily. I quick wipe with a tissue should prevent any problems though.


As with the Infinix, the flavor that the pods produce is very good, and the throat hit nice and defined.

Of course, it’s dependent on what type of juice you are using, but I think you’d be pleasantly surprised with the flavor from this device. It positively competes with some of the top refillable pod systems on the market.

Smok Fit Kit

Battery Life

The battery life also matches up to the Infinix, which is what you’d expect considering they both house the same 250mAh battery.

It’s actually quite an energy efficient device, and the battery life is more than respectable for being such a small pod mod.

It also has the bonus of a fairly quick charge time, and the ability to be charged via micro USB (not a proprietary charger), so it’s easy to top up wherever you are.


  • Affordable
  • Refillable
  • Good build quality
  • Compact and light
  • Sleek design
  • Good flavor
  • Respectable vapor production
  • Easy to use
  • Comes with 2 Pods
  • Decent battery life


  • Awkward shape mouthpiece
  • No protective sleeve for spare pod


The Fit is a really good refillable pod mod system, it as excellent build quality and the pods perform really well.

However, two things prevent me from recommending it over the Infinix and possibly other pod mods on the market – the shape of it and the MTL draw.

Some may prefer the look and design of the Fit, but for me, it leads to it feeling a bit too awkward in the mouth.

As for the airflow and draw, it is actually very good. It’s just not quite as tight as the Infinix or Phix, which is how I prefer it.

So if you like the look of the Fit and prefer a looser MTL draw, then it might be the best choice for you.

The Pods
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Marc has been an avid vaper since 2010. His obsession with new vape gear has led to developing his own overflowing vape room, and starting Vaping Vibe with Danny & Jules to help educate other vapers.