The Nevoks Feelin A1 was sent to me for review from Nevoks. This is a direct-to-lung, stick-style pod vape with adjustable wattage, excellent pods, and airflow control.
In the Box
- Nevoks Feelin A1 device
- USB-C charging cable
- Two pods (0.4 Ohm and 0.6 Ohm side-fill pods)
- 10-30 watt max output
- Adjustable wattage settings
- Adjustable airflow
- 1000 mAh battery
- Size: 21mm x 13.4mm x 120mm
- 45g weight
- Aluminum alloy body
- Colors: Grey, Red, Blue, Pink, Gold, Purple, Black
- $29.99 from Nevoks.com
The Feelin A1 has a sleek metal frame. It has a matte glittery finish on the main panels of the body, and glossy, shiny edges on the sides.
The cutouts of the e-liquid windows are shaped in a neat, cool-looking pattern. And the little windows are nice because they look like they fit naturally with the design of the device, and they’re also big enough to clearly see how much liquid you have left in the pod.
On the same panel, there’s an oval design that sections off the firing button. The design isn’t anything intricate or flashy but it really prevents the device from looking plain and boring, like a lot of pod devices tend to be. The button is nice and clicky and feels good to push. And above the button is a tiny LED light.
There’s a little branding on the device. The company name, Nevoks, is on the front, and on the back is the device name, Feelin A1. Also on the back is the airflow control slider.
And the last thing regarding design is the USB-C port on the side.
Features and Functions
To turn the device off and on, press the firing button five times fast. When you turn it on, the LED light cycles through the colors and ends on green. When you turn it off, it cycles through colors again and ends on red.
The Feelin A1 has both button-fire and auto-draw, and both are on at all times so you can use whichever mode you want at any time. Both work great but I’ve had some suction issues with auto-draw when the airflow is wide-open, so when I’m vaping like that, I use the button.
The firing speed is super fast. As soon as you click the button, it fires immediately. And one of the stats that Nevoks points out with the Feelin A1 is that its 30-watt max output makes it the most powerful pod device on the market. I don’t know if it’s THE most powerful, but I would definitely agree that it’s up there. I can’t think of any more powerful DTL pod devices. And that power probably contributes to how well it performs and how fast it fires.
The Feelin A1 also has three wattage settings, which I love.
* The red and blue colors are mixed up on the image above. Nevoks confirmed that blue is 3.4v and red is 3.2v.
Green = 3.6 volts
- 30 watts on the 0.4 Ohm coil
- 22 watts on the 0.6 Ohm coil
- 16 watts on the 0.8 Ohm coil
- 11 watts on the 1.2 Ohm coil
Blue = 3.4 volts
- 29 watts on the 0.4 Ohm coil
- 19 watts on the 0.6 Ohm coil
- 14 watts on the 0.8 Ohm coil
- 10 watts on the 1.2 Ohm coil
Red = 3.2 volts
- 25 watts on the 0.4 Ohm coil
- 17 watts on the 0.6 Ohm coil
- 13 watts on the 0.8 Ohm coil
- 9 watts on the 1.2 Ohm coil
Nevoks don’t provide any specs on the wattage ranges for the 0.8 or 1.2 Ohm coil but I used an Ohm’s law calculator to figure that out.
The airflow is extremely sensitive, which is great because even tiny movements have noticeable changes in the airflow. And that gives you a ton of control to fine-tune the airflow to what you like.
Before I get into the airflow settings, I want to point out that Nevoks says that it’s normal for autodraw not to work as well when the airflow is too open. They include a little tip sheet in the package that provides suggestions on the best airflow for each pod.
With the airflow closed all the way down, it’s nearly shut off completely. You can get a small hit, but you’re probably going to get some flooding if you keep vaping it like that. So I like to open it a little more and get a very restricted hit. It’s a great tight draw. I have noticed a little whistling around this setting, but you can make a tiny adjustment to stop it.
With the airflow in the middle, you’ll get a looser Mouth-to-Lung hit, but it’s still decently restricted. In this setting, I start getting some misfires when I’m using autodraw. There’s not enough suction for the device to always hit consistently, so you’ll probably prefer the button fire at this point.
With the airflow wide open, it’s quite airy. You can get some shorter MTL hits if you hit it hard enough, but at this airflow setting, you’ll be more likely to use lung hits. You’ll get a restricted lung draw that I think is really satisfying. You can’t get big wide-open lung hits here, but from super tight draw to restricted lung draw, you have a lot of options.
The airflow settings are great.
Each pod has different airflow too. With the airflow slider closed down, the 1.2 Ohm coil is very restricted, the 0.8 opens a little more, and so on. It changes only very incrementally, but it’s noticeable enough when you compare them against each other. When you set the airflow wide-open, the differences are much more noticeable. The 1.2 Ohm pod is still a MTL hit, but the 0.8 Ohm is right on the edge of both MTL and restricted direct lung, and the 0.6 and 0.4 Ohm are direct lung hits.
There are six different pods currently available for the Feelin A1. There are four side-fill pods and two top-fill pods. I’ve tested all of them, and they all work great.
There are four different coils available in these pods, all made with mesh:
- 0.4 Ohm
- 0.6 Ohm
- 0.8 Ohm
- 1.2 Ohm
You can get the 0.8 Ohm and 1.2 Ohm pods in either top-fill or side-fill. They perform exactly the same, and the only difference is that the top-fill pods hold 2ml of liquid vs. the 3ml in the side-fill pods. So choosing between those pods is really just a matter of preferences in liquid capacity and how you prefer to fill your pods. The nice thing about top-fill is that you can just pop that cap off and fill it up without pulling it out of the device.
0.4 Ohm – This coil resistance only comes in the side-fill pod. The power range for this pod is 25-30 watts, so you’ll get the max power of the Feelin A1 out of this one.
0.6 Ohm – This is also only available in the side-fill pod. The power range for this pod is 17-22 watts.
0.8 Ohm– Nevoks sent me the top-fill version of this pod. The power range for this coil is 13-16 watts.
1.2 Ohm – I also got the top-fill version of this pod. The power range for this coil is 8-11 watts.
These coils are supposed to be leakproof, but I’ve actually had some leaking on these, so I recommend checking them and cleaning them often or storing them on their sides or upside down when they’re not in the device.
As far as performance goes, the flavor output is the same in all of them. And the flavor is great. So no matter which pod you choose, you’ll get the same flavor. So it’s really just about your airflow and wattage preferences that determine which ones you choose.
Battery and Charging
The internal battery inside the Feelin A1 is a 1000 mAh battery, which I think is quite a big battery for a stick-style pod device. That’s plenty of capacity to get through the day and probably even longer for most people. I really like the battery capacity here.
It charges using a USB-C cable.
You can also buy a case separately for the Feelin A1. It’s a nice faux-leather case with cutouts for the buttons, e-liquid windows, and the airflow slider. It’s a really high-quality case too. The Feelin A1 fits in real snug, so you don’t need to worry about it slipping out. And the lanyard on the case is made of a strong thick rope.
The Feelin A1 has a lot of great things going for it. It looks nice, it fires extremely fast, it has auto-draw and button fire, it has wattage settings, It has adjustable airflow, which works great, and the flavor from the pods is excellent. The only drawbacks I had were that the pods leak a little, which is common for pod systems, and the auto-draw system doesn’t always work well when the airflow is more open. But overall, it’s a great kit.
The Feelin A1 was sent to me for review from Nevoks, and you can get it from them for $29.99.