Snowwolf EA9000 Disposables

The Snowwolf Easy Smart EA9000 Disposables were sent to me for review from Snowwolf. These devices have a great look, come in lots of flavors, have a smart screen, and even a wattage boost mode.

I don’t know exactly how many puffs these devices are supposed to have but I’m guessing 9000 since that’s usually how these naming conventions work. But I don’t know for sure because it’s not mentioned anywhere on their packaging or the EA9000 Product page on their website. But 9000 puffs sounds reasonable.


  • Screen (shows e-liquid and battery levels)
  • 5% nicotine
  • Wattage boost mode
  • 650mAh battery
  • USB-C, 30-min quick charge
  • 1.0 Ohm mesh coil
  • 19 Flavors


This is nearly the same style as the Pod Pyne device I just reviewed, but it does have some differences. It seems to have the same internals, but the case is a little taller, and it’s not as wide. And the display screen is at the bottom instead of in the middle. But it’s so similar that it seems to be made by the same manufacturer. That shouldn’t impact your decision of buying these though, because the flavors and artwork are completely different.

The artwork is different on each flavor, and it all looks great. It’s all graffiti-style artwork that gives these devices a great look.

The back of the device is a little boring though.

At the top of the device is a lanyard ring, so you can hang this from a lanyard if you have one. Snowwolf didn’t include a lanyard with this device, so that’s a letdown. The lanyard ring is rubbery and moves around easily, so it won’t get in the way when you set the device down.

The mouthpiece is a soft bendable rubber like the lanyard ring. It’s nice and comfortable to use.

Digital Screen

There’s a digital screen on the front of the device that tells you how much charge you have left in the battery and how much liquid is in the device. The battery charge is indicated by a percentage. The liquid levels are shown by the little lines in the raindrop symbol.

On/Off and Boost Button

The button at the top of the device has two functions. If you hold the button for five seconds, the device will turn off and on. This is great because disposables sometimes have issues with auto-firing, so you can turn this device off to prevent that from happening. It hasn’t happened to me while using these, but it’s still a great feature to have.

The other function of this button is to change the output wattage. I don’t know what the exact wattages are, but if you click the button twice, you can turn on boost mode. When the LED light is blue, you’re in normal mode, which is low wattage, and when the light is green, it’s in boost mode, which is high wattage mode.


The airflow is a loose mouth-to-lung draw. I would have liked for the draw to be a little more restricted, but it’s not bad. The hit is good, especially in boost mode.

Blue Cotton Candy

It has a minty taste at first. It has a bit of cotton candy flavor, but it’s more like a blueberry syrup type of flavor. I would have liked more cotton candy flavor here, but it does have a really good candy taste. It’s sweet too. The artwork on this one appears to be graffiti on a brick wall that says “crazy” and “street.” There are some other things in the art, too, but I can’t tell what it is.

Lush Ice

This one is great, like a juicy piece of watermelon bubblegum. The artwork here looks like colorful graffiti. One of the words even says “graffiti,” but I can’t tell what anything else says.

Peach Burst

This tastes like a sweet, gummy peach ring. The artwork on this one is more graffiti, which I can’t read, but there are also some musicians. There’s an older guy rocking out with a guitar, and on the battery, there’s a guy playing an electric keyboard. There also seems to be a screaming jack-o-lantern or something in the corner of the art. Weird art, but looks good.


The battery inside the EA9000 is a 650mAh battery. It’s plenty to get you through a day or two of vaping. It charges using a USB-C cable and charges fully in 30 minutes.


There are 19 flavors currently and they say they plan to add more.

  • Clear
  • White Mystery
  • Pear Apple Pineapple
  • Raspberry Lemon Tea
  • Blue Razz Ice
  • Peach Burst
  • Miyazaki Mango
  • Kipagu
  • Lush Ice
  • Watermelon Kiwi Berry
  • Frozen Mint
  • Cherry Lemon
  • Gummy Bear
  • Strawberry Melon Ice
  • Double Apple
  • Blue Cotton Candy
  • Strawberry Watermelon
  • Strawberry Banana Ice
  • Grape Ice

Final Thoughts

These are some great disposables. They’re small and portable, and they’re really light. I also really like the artwork, even if I can’t really tell what the artwork is on some of these. The boost feature is nice, and I love having a button to turn the device on and off. The screen showing the battery charge and liquid levels is great too, and is really useful. The flavors are also excellent. The only thing I would have liked to be different here would be to have a tighter draw or even an adjustable airflow. Other than that, these are great disposables.

The Snowwolf EA9000s were sent to me for review from Snowwolf.

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