SMOK Nfix Pod Vape Kit Review + Setup Instructions

Last updated on August 28th, 2023

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The Nfix is a Lightweight Refillable Pod Vape That Lets You Adjust the Wattage From 1-25watts.

UPDATE! You can still buy replacement pods for the Nfix, but the kit is no longer available. I RECOMMEND THE SMOK PX80 80W Starter Kit THAT FITS IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND! WITH ALL THE POWER OF THE ORIGINAL SMOK NFIX.


Main Features of the SMOK Nfix Kit in a Nutshell:

Smok Nfix features-b&w graphic

Smok Nfix Features

1- The Nfix is a portable pod vape, yet this innovative device includes a 0.69-inch OLED screen where you can view important data and adjust the wattage of your vape from 1-25watts.  

2- The SMOK Nfix has a fast, Type-C charging system which is in a class of its own.

3- There’s a powerful built-in 700mAh battery, yet this Pod Vape weighs only 32 grams.

4- The Kit comes with two 0.8ohm Pods designed for MTL (mouth-to-lung) vaping. The pods can hold a whopping 3ml of e-juice.

Here’s What You Get in the Nfix Kit

SMOK Nfix kit Box and contents

SMOK Nfix Kit Box and Contents

My Nfix Kit came in a shrink-wrapped padded box which included the 700mAh battery, two 3mL 0.8ohm pods, the Type C charging cable, a user manual and a warranty card.

The dual mesh coils are built right into the pod. Although the specifications say the resistance range is 0.6 to 3.0ohm, to date, SMOK does not sell Nfix pods with resistance other than .08ohm, so that’s what you get.

Set Up Instructions For the SMOK Nfix Pod Vape Kit

When you receive your Nfix, the battery comes charged, so you can start vaping pretty quickly. Here’s how to set it up properly for optimum enjoyment.

1 – Filling the Pod With the Best Type of E-Liquid

The first thing you’ll want to do is fill the pod with e-juice. Any type will work, but you’ll get bigger clouds and more intense flavor using a high VG e-liquid. That’s because the pre-installed coils are .08ohm, and sub ohm coils always work best with high VG e-juice. 

Regular 50/50 e-liquids or nicotine salts will work fine, but vapor production will be slightly less efficient.

Learn more about how PG and VG can affect your vaping experience.

After removing the pod from the battery, open the silicone stopper on the side of the pod.

I was happy to see that the fill hole is a good size, so it’s unlikely to spill any liquid. After filling the pod, close the stopper and wait 2-3 minutes to allow the e-liquid to fully saturate the coil’s cotton. If you don’t wait, you’ll get a nasty burnt taste and ruin the coil (along with the pod).

Once you’ve filled and closed the pod, pop it onto the battery, which connects it securely and magnetically.

It was interesting to learn that the pod is made with the tough plastic resin PCTG which makes your e-liquid amount easy to read. This type of plastic is also a safe option. It can withstand various chemicals and cleaning agents, as well as high temperatures. It does not contain harmful BPAs. 

2 – Activating the SMOK Nfix

Woman's hand holding SMOK Nfix showing display

The SMOK Nfix has a detailed OLED display

Turn on the Nfix with 5 clicks of the power button. The OLED window shows you the wattage display, resistance display, voltage output, the amount of remaining charge and puff count display. NOTE: the resistance display won’t show the ohms until you take a puff.

3 – Setting the Wattage

When you see the display screen, press the power button 3 times. 

The screen with flash and you can increase the wattage by pressing the button. When you’ve reached your preferred wattage, just stop, and in 3 seconds the wattage shown will lock in place.

I recommend vaping at about 17-20 watts, but you can set it anywhere between 1-25 watts.

Is 25 Watts Enough for Big Clouds and Flavor?

Absolutely! Most vapers don’t even need that much to enjoy the Nfix. If you can keep the power under 20 watts, your battery will last longer.  

4 – Reading and Resetting the Puff Counter

Puff Counter shows you how many puffs you have taken. The counter will reset each time you turn off the device or take out the pod (even with the device on). Yes, it would be nice if you could remove the pod without resetting the counter, but that’s not an option.

When you take a puff, look at the display, and it will show your puff amount on the lower right of the screen.

5 – About the Recharge Indicator 

The display will always show the amount of charge left in your battery. The Recharge Indicator appears when you have 36% left in your charge. This is a great feature, assuring you won’t get any “low battery” warning.

With a powerful 700mAh rechargeable battery, and a Type-C interface charging system, you can expect the Nfix to recharge very quickly, especially if you recharge it before it depletes completely! How long will the battery hold a charge? That’s a trick question. Like all vapes, it really depends on your vaping style and how often you vape. 

That said, if you fully deplete the battery while using the vape, you’ll need to recharge it for 60 minutes to get a full charge.

Intelligent Atomizer Recognition?

As mentioned, the Nfix has a clear display screen which shows the watts, ohms, volts, battery charge and puff counter. Here are some details about the ohms.

SMOK has what they call an “intelligent atomizer recognition” feature. This means the Nfix will recognize whether the atomizer head is one that SMOK supports.

Remember, you have to take a puff before the Nfix gains intelligence and displays the .08ohm reading.

Other Features of the Nfix

Like all SMOK vaping devices the Nfix includes those important built-in safety features. There’s an 8-second cut off (so it will never overheat), short circuit protection and a low battery warning.

How Does it Vape?

Once your Nfix is turned on and set up, vaping is easy. You don’t have to push any buttons, since the auto-draw feature activates when you take a puff.

Some vapers may find the draw a bit too loose. This is due to the air holes in the battery. If you prefer a tighter draw, just hold your finger(s) over one or both air holes. You can also use tape which is know to be an easy work-around.

I tested the Nfix with one of Vaporfi’s High VG Custom Blend e-liquids.

I wanted a fruity vape, so I chose equal parts of Watermelon Wave, Blueberry Blast, and Berry Bash. The flavor and vapor was awesome (even better when I covered up one of the air holes 😉

I kept my wattage at 15watts and vaped my Nfix on and off throughout the day. The e-liquid lasted for at least 2.5 days.


SMOK’s all-in one pod vape – the Nfix will probably wind up as my go-to refillable vape. It’s lightweight and feels great in your hand. The pod holds a big 3ml of e-liquid, so I can go days without having to refill it. 

Battery life is great too thanks to the Type-C charger.

Lightweight and portable, this pod vape features an OLED window that has lots of options. Not only can you set your wattage from 1-25watts, it displays a handy puff counter, an ohm reader and a battery charge indicator.

Charging the device was very fast using the Type-C charger. 

Both flavor and vapor production were excellent, but you may find that the draw is a bit loose. That’s due to the battery’s air holes. Of course, you can tape over one or both of the battery air holes, but that’s like fixing a broken glasses frame with tape. Why ruin the design? It’s just as easy to cover the hole with your finger. I personally prefer a looser draw, even on a MTL vape.

The SMOK Nfix currently comes in 6 colors:

Smok Nfix colors

SMOK Nfix Colors

Black, Gunmetal, Red, Rainbow, Blue/Purple, Silver

The vape weighs only 32g and its thickness is a slim 13mm. The Nfix measures 110.5mm in height and 21.5 width.

Smok Nfix U.S. Edition Kit parts


Since the SMOK NFix is no longer available, check out a similar device, the Smok Thiner



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    • Karrina on April 11, 2022 at 3:46 pm
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    I have this one a long time now and I’m really happy with it but I don’t know what happened as today start giving me just clear air on first puff and never happened this before,even if I changed the pod nd is fully charged.does anyone know how I can fix it or I should just buy a new one?

    1. Hi Karrina,

      I would contact the person, website, or shop where you made your purchase. If the battery is fully charged, your Nfix should give you vapor when you puff on it. I believe your Nfix is defective. Best of luck!

    • Michael Hader on March 9, 2022 at 1:27 pm
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    I have three smok Nfix and I’m having a hard time changing the ohms and voltage don’t know how to tried several times on all of them sometimes when I take a hit it goes up but they’re all on one ohm and no voltage what am I doing wrong

    1. Hi Michael,

      You can’t change the ohms on the NFIX. The device only uses 0.80 ohms. You should see 0.80 ohms when you take your first puff.

      Don’t worry about voltage, as the NFIX handles that when you change wattage. You can change the wattage, but the best setting depends on which type of pod you are using. There are three pods – the Nfix DC 0.8ohm MTL POD, which has a recommended power of 15-25Watts; Nfix Meshed 0.8ohm Pod, which has a recommended power of 10-15Watts, and Nfix SC 1.0ohm MTL Pod which has a recommended power of 15-25Watts. Remember to always use Nfix pods. I recommend using the 1.0 ohm SC MTL Pod.

      You set the wattage by turning on the device and pressing the power button 3 times. Then, you can increase the wattage by pressing the button again.

      Hope this helps you!

    • Meg on January 26, 2022 at 11:16 am
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    When I take a puff off my nfix vape it continues to puff even when I’ve took my mouth off. It also keeps saying ‘time over’

    1. The “time over” warning means you are puffing after the 8-second cutoff. I’m not sure what you mean by “it continues to puff even when I’ve took my mouth off.”

    • Marc Herschberg on January 26, 2022 at 1:07 am
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    After the time over message on my nfix screen, the device is not working but the screen works it’s showing 100%. I can also increase or decrease wattage but I cannot seem to shut it off to restart it. Being it said time over has the planned obsolescence kicked in, if there is such a thing like that.

    1. Hi Marc,
      Sorry you are having issues with your SMOK Nfix. Your problem may be due to several reasons, one being, you may have stored it incorrectly (and the device got too hot), the coil may be defective, or you are hitting your vape too frequently. The “time over” warning means you are puffing after the 8-second cutoff. Since it is no longer working, I suggest you call the company from which you purchased your Nfix, and ask for help.

    • Marc Herschberg on January 26, 2022 at 1:00 am
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    Hi I noticed a message on my n fix that said ‘time over’ and the device stopped working. Is there a planned lifespan and I’ve met or exceeded it?

    • Ronnie Griffin on November 27, 2021 at 5:33 pm
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    Just bought an nfix and the screen doesn’t light up. It works other than that. Should I rake it back?

    1. Hi Ronnie,
      I’m sorry you are having an issue with your Nfix. The device should turn on with 5 clicks and the screen should light up. If it doesn’t, it could be that you need a charge. Put it on the charger for an hour. That’s how long you need to charge it when the battery is fully depleted. If you are sure the device is charged, I would contact the seller for a replacement or a refund. I hope this helps!

    • Tracie on October 12, 2021 at 2:58 pm
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    So I refilled my pod but it is not working? I puff and puff and nothing

    1. Hi Tracie

      I’m assuming the Nfix has been turned on using 5 clicks, and you can view the display screen, which shows the wattage and the battery level. Your problem could be simply that you need a charge.

      Since the atomizer coil doesn’t last forever, and it’s built into the pod, it could mean it has burnt out. Did you get a burnt taste last time you used it? You can try getting a pack of Nfix replacement pods.

      If you have no luck, and there are no error messages on the screen, I would first contact the company from which you made your purchase. You can also call SMOK directly. Hope this helps!

        • Tracie on October 12, 2021 at 4:00 pm
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        Yes turned on the pod has been replaced still not working. I will try to replace it

    • Jessica Wooten on August 3, 2021 at 2:29 am
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    I can’t get my device to change the wattage all of a sudden. I’ve done the the clicks but the screen doesn’t flash and I’ve still gone ahead and tried to do the one more click to start adjusting the wattage but nothing happens. What am I doing wrong, can you help me please?

    1. Hi Jessica,

      The NFIX should let you change the wattage once it is activated, and you click the power button 3 times. You should be able to change the wattage using the same button. Settings can go from 1-25 watts.

      I’m assuming you are using the original NFIX DC 0.8 oHm MTL Pod, or a new one. If so, the device’s “intelligent atomizer recognition” will check and confirm that you are using an atomizer that is supported by SMOK. You should use a high VG e-liquid too, as the device uses a sub-om coil.

      If you can confirm all the above, and you are still getting the same wattage setting problem, there’s a problem with the pod or the device. Contact your seller and you may be able to get a replacement.

      Best of luck!

    • Mary Glick on April 27, 2021 at 9:35 am
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    Hi, is there anything I can do so I don’t get the (like splashes) of vape juice in my mouth? Thanks, Mary

    1. Hi Mary,

      Sorry you are getting e-juice spit back with your Nfix vape. Here are a few solutions that can correct this.

      1- Make sure the pod is firmly attached to the battery. It does have a magnetic connection, but you still have to give the pod the final push into the battery.

      2- Make sure your pod is not filled beyond the fill line. If it is, the cotton will over-saturate and cause spit back.

      3- Don’t let the pod sit for a long time after you refill it. The cotton can absorb too much liquid which can cause spit back. Try turning the device upside down and shake the device.

      4- The Nfix is made to take regular e-liquid or Nic salt e-liquids. I’ve found it works best with 50/50 PGg/VG blends or high VG blends. A high PG e-liquid will cause spit back due to the Nfix’s sub oHm coils.

      5- The coil may be dead. This shouldn’t happen with a new Nfix or a new pod, but it can occur after a month of vaping.

      Hope these tips help!

    • Trish on April 18, 2021 at 3:58 am
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    Hi I have just received 3 more Nfix but when I try to set up I am having no joy

    Have connected to the power which then say battery 100% 0mins then disconnect power and nothing having tried the 5 clicks still nothing tried the the three clicks

    Surly not all three are duds hopefully you can tell me what I am doing wrong

    Have two already and setup was easy

    1. Hi Trish,
      Sorry you have trouble with your Nfix.

      A new NFix should come charged and should turn on with 5 clicks of the activation button. The screen will go dark if you don’t use it, but ONE click will display the settings. Try giving it 1 click.

      5 clicks also turns it off. The display screen says “goodbye” as it turns off. If you are sure it is fully turned off, and won’t turn on with another 5 clicks, then something is wrong, and you need to contact your seller.

      Just a note…it is recommended that you give it a full charge soon after you start using it. It should recharge quickly if the charge hasn’t been depleted. If it has, you’ll need to charge it for 60 minutes.

      Hope this helps!

    • Ann Ryder on December 18, 2020 at 12:46 am
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    I got the screen pods and can not fill them! The juice just will not go in through the screen, it leaks all over! What am I doing wrong? HELP

    1. Hi Ann,
      I’m not sure what you mean by “screen pods”. The Nfix had a pod that you can fill by opening the rubber stopper on the side of the pod. It’s a pretty big openning so you shouldn’t have trouble adding your eliquid.

        • Elryssa on December 19, 2020 at 3:13 pm
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        Same problem for me. Misplaced my Novo X (which was GREAT) but my local vape store don’t sell them any more and picked up an NFix instead on their recommendation. So far I’ve found it terrible (using 50/50 Salt Nic). The pod is a NIGHTMARE – the smokey gray plastic makes it hard to see liquid filling unless you have a very well lit background to check against, the opening is not a good size compared to the Novo X and there’s a little seal, that once you push down against at an angle as per the instructions still does not give a decent space for liquid to flow in. I get e-juice all over the pod – about half in and half outside.

        By far the worst thing for me is the pull resistance on the MTL pod I tried is way too much – the airflow being so slow makes it get too warm. The MTL pods on the Novo X (and before that the Novo) were wonderfully smooth to pull through on a new pod.

        Think I’ll go back to the store and see if I can exchange as they recommended it the same as the Novo X – even the battery they said was the same (got home to be disappointed as it’s 100mAh less than the X).

        It’s a big thumbs-down from me I’m afraid.

        1. Hi Elryssa,

          Sorry you are having issues with your Nfix. You mentioned you once enjoyed the Novo X but had trouble finding one. They are available on-line, and I recommend buying one from Vaporfi. Good luck!

    • Ruth on December 14, 2020 at 1:40 pm
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    I can’t get the device to start even after the five clicks. What am I not doing?

    1. Hi Ruth,
      Sorry you are having trouble with you Nfix turning on. Five clicks should do it, but first make sure your battery is charged. If it is charged and you sill cannot activate the device, I would contact the manufacturer or the company where you made your purchase. Best of luck!

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