Here are cheap deals to buy either the Smok Stick R22 or Stick N18 Kit. With essentially the same design, the Stick R22 features a 2000mAh integrated battery, 4.5mL juice capacity, and 40 watts of maximum power while the N18 is built with a 1300mAh battery, 3mL juice capacity, and 30 watts of power. Both kits have an incredible appearance, adjustable airflow control, a power regulator, incredible hand feel, a 0.6ohm mesh coil, and a 1.4ohm regular coil.
Stick N18 Vs. Stick R22 Kit
Design-wise, both the N18 and R22 look pretty much the same and are for sale in the same colors: matte black, matte red, matte blue, matte gold, stainless steel, matte green, and 7-color. But, the R22 is slightly bigger due to its larger battery and bigger juice capacity. Both versions of this kit embody symmetry and balance and the integrated color scheme utilizes exquisite patterns on a durable stainless steel chassis. This produces both a smooth hand feeling and a subtle glow.
Other differences are the battery, wattage capability, and juice capacity. You see, the Smok Stick R22 can operate in the range of 10 to 40 watts, has a powerful 2000mAh battery, and a 4.5mL juice capacity. Meanwhile, the Smok Stick N18 works from 9 to 30 watts, is designed with a 1300mAh battery, and can hold 3mL.
Recharging the battery is the same on both devices and uses a Type-C USB port that is reversible to make it an effortless process. You may track the charge level of the cell by way of an integrated LED on the fire/power button. A green light means the battery’s voltage is above 70 percent, an orange LED 30 to 70 percent and a red light indicates it is time to plug either device into a USB outlet with the included cable.
As already mentioned, both setups permit operation at various power levels that you may set via a rotating power regulator at the bottom. For the N18, there are 5 levels: 9W, 15W, 20W, 25W, and 30W, while the R22 has 7 power settings: 10W, 15W, 20W, 30W, 35W, and 40W. To change the setting, simply turn the ring at the bottom of the mod.
Finally, for safety, there are also essential safety protections such as integrated low voltage, lithium battery, and short circuit protection. Plus, the mod will intelligently identify the atomizer and stop operating after 8 seconds to prevent burnt puffs or accidental firing.
Compatible With Nord or RPM Coils
Both the Smok Stick N18 and Smok Stick R22 include an almost identical atomizer, but the N18 holds 3mL of vape juice while the R22 stores up to 4.5mL. Refills are effortless thanks to a top cap that easily unscrews to expose two decent filling ports. To add e-liquid, hold the tank in one hand, unscrew the top cap, add e-liquid (without accidentally dripping juice into the airflow tube) and replace the cap. Let the atomizer stand for a few minutes to get the cotton to fully saturate.
The N18 works with any of the Nord coils in the vape marketplace, while the R22 uses RPM coils. In the package of the N18, you will find a 0.6ohm Nord mesh coil that is perfect for standard e-juices and sub-ohm vaping with up to 25 watts of power. Or, install the Nord regular 1.4ohm coil that is ideal for mouth-to-lung vaping with a maximum power of 12 watts. On the other hand, the R22 comes with a 0.8ohm MTL RPM coil that has a large heating area, excellent wicking, huge vapor, and quality flavor at a 16W setting and a 0.4ohm RPM coil for best flavor and fast heating at 25 watts. You may see all compatible coils here.
Airflow on each atomizer can also be finely tuned by rotating the ring located directly under the tank. Inside the slot, there are eight small intake holes that open/close to ensure you may achieve the desired puff style.