Voopoo has added a flurry of new devices to the market under their new Finic range.
First, there was the Finic 16 AIO and the Finic 20 AIO, now we have the rather oddly named Finic Fish!
Once you set eyes on the device, you can see why they named it the ‘Fish,’ as it does resemble a flat tropical fish. I can’t help but think there could have been a better name to go for, but then again this is ‘Voopoo.’
So what is this little fish all about. Well, it’s a refillable pod system that features an internal 350mAh battery and is capable of outputting between 7-12W.
It’s also the first device to use VooPoo latest chipset, just for small devices, the GENE.Pod chip.
Essentially it’s just a stripped down version of the much-loved GENE chip, that’s capable of controlling the voltage output.
The body of the Finic Fish is symmetrical with a curved split in the middle which houses the LED indicator light, which will show your battery status.
The pods for the Finic Fish have a 1.7ml capacity and can be refilled with the side fill port. They contain a 1.6-ohm coil, but there’s no mention of what heating material is used.
There are several different colors/patterns available for the Finic Fish like; White, Dark Grey, Blue, Footsteps, Quama, Cross.
Voopoo certainly has a knack for unconventional names and designs.
I’m completely undecided as to whether I actually like the design of the Finic Fish Kit. There are some nice patterns, but I’m not sure I want to vape on something that looks like I’m giving CPR to a small fish.
Voopoo has always been consistent with the performance of their devices with the GENE chip, but I feel those benefits are better suited to a large device. I’m not really sure what a decent chipset is going to offer you in a small pod with no power control.
As for the coils, battery life, and flavor production. We will have to get our hands on one to see whether this little Fish is worth keeping or throwing back in the water.