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Full Review of the SMOK Mag Baby Kit

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6.4 Final Score
SMOK Mag Baby Kit Review Bottom Line

A tiny miniature version of the original Mag Kit might sound like a great idea for many, but with only 1600mAh of built-in battery with a limited wattage of up to 50W this mod is not for everyone. It comes with the TFV12 Baby Prince tank which performs really well, holding 4.5ml of juice. The battery life isn't great, but if you're looking for a mod to stick in your pocket on a night out, then this mod might just do and does the job well. If you're looking for a mod to use all day, then for the regular vaper, stick to the original Mag!

Smok Mag Baby Kit

In-depth Review of the SMOK Baby Mag Kit

SMOK are never too long until they release a new mod or upgrade an existing design, this time they have taken their popular and now original SMOK Mag kit and miniaturized it! Introducing the SMOK Mag Baby Kit. A tiny mod kit with the newest TFV12 Baby Prince tank. Let’s take this box mod kit for a test to see how good it is.

Design of the Smok Mag Baby Kit


Well, obviously this is exactly the same design as the original SMOK Mag only smaller, a lot smaller in fact. Measuring at just over 114mm tall with the tank, that’s an incredible 40mm smaller!

The design that looks like the handle of a gun has been well-liked in the vaping community as kind of bad looking, but the tiny version gives acuteness to the design! They are releasing this mod kit with the choice of 9 colors, which is always nice, and knowing SMOK more will come in the future.



As this mod is small, things have to change and the biggest being the battery. Instead of running from 2 external 18650 batteries the Mag Baby kit has a built-in 1600mAh battery and therefore only capable of running up to 50W in comparison to the original that runs all the way up to 220W. This basically means it’s not going to win any awards for best vape mod but it does suit some.

This tells you one thing straight out the gate, it’s meant for casual vapers or those who need a small device to carry around with them when out on the town, or heading to the office! It can also be used for those who are looking for an e cig to quit smoking with although in our opinion there are better models out there.

It does utilize one of the latest SMOK tanks, the Baby Prince Tank, which has all the same features as the original Prince tank only, yes you’ve guessed it, it’s smaller! It still holds an impressing 4.5ml of juice, mainly thanks to the bubble-like design.
Colors of the SMOK Mag Baby Kit

Specification and features of the Baby Mag Kit


  • Size: 61mm (114mm with the tank) x 46 x 27mm
  • Output Wattage: 1-50W
  • Output Voltage: 5-9.0V
  • Resistance Range: 0.1-2.5Ω (VW) or 0.05-2Ω (in Temp Control)
  • Temperature Range: 200-600℉/100-315℃


The Kit

  • 1 x Mag Baby Mod Box
  • 1 x Baby TFV12 (Baby Prince) Tank
  • 2 Coils (1x V8 Baby-Q2 0.6Ω and 1x V8 Baby-M2 0.25Ω)
  • 1 x Replacement Glass Tube, USB Cable, User Manual, spare parts


Size of the Smok Mag Baby Kit


The Mag Baby Kit performs actually quite well considering the size but let’s be honest, that’s mainly thanks to the TFV12 baby tank, which seem to appear on all of the best e-cigs these days, well those made by SMOK of course. With those coils, it works well. But this mod certainly responds pretty well. A nice vape at around 30-40W that’s full of flavor and high in cloud volume!

The only real drawback for us is the internal battery, which is pretty obvious. Being vapers who usually vape at around 40-70W depending on the coil, this mod kit is pretty limited. But it wasn’t designed for everyone.

Vaping at the maximum wattage soon draws the power out of the battery and as it gets older the recharging will be more and more frequent.


To Conclude

If you’re looking for a small vape kit to stick in your pocket and forget it’s there, yet still want a good draw whenever you fancy the urge to vape then we’re sure you will love the Mag Baby kit. The tiny design looks good and performs really well.

The small internal battery makes this mod pretty limited if you’re looking for a vape mod that you’re going to use regularly, and try different tanks and builds on. Your better sticking with the original Mag kit for that.

Overall, not too bad for the right type of casual vaper. Make sure to check out our vape deals area, as this mod kit and others often pop up in the sales!

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Nicholas King
Nicholas King

Hi! I’m Nicholas King, the founder, and Chief Editor at SmokeTastic. As an ex-smoker and now vaping enthusiast for over 13 years myself, I understand the transition between smoking and vaping. My aim is to share useful information about all the different vape and e-cig products on the market, self-help tips, and detailed reviews.

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