For many cloud chasing enthusiasts, SMOK’s TFV8 atomizer completely changed the game. And with only a handful of vape manufacturers focused primarily on the non-rebuildable market, SMOK has successfully held onto its lead in this area.
Adding to this series, the TFV8 Big Baby Light is the updated version of its namesake and quite literally “lights up” at the base.
Yes, I know what you’re thinking… “Um, really is that all?” Expecting a bit more myself, I couldn’t help but wonder, is this really all that has changed? This is what I uncovered…
Retail Price: $30.8 in https://vapesourcing.com/smok-tfv8-big-baby-light-edition.html
Colors: Black, Stainless Steel, Rainbow
The resulting hype over the TFV8’s initial release has since died down but the series is no less popular with vapers worldwide. Now adding to this collection, the Big Baby Light promises the same top performance that we have come to expect from all of the tanks in the series. But since the coils haven’t changed in the slightest, there is no real surprise here.
Additional elements that we have seen before include the quality, stainless steel construction – able to withstand high temperatures and heavy use – as well as a hinged, top- filling, ejuice compartment that truly is the epitome of convenience.
A flashy and colorful remake of the TFV8 Big Baby Tank.
With this model, SMOK introduces a new, “bulb-shaped” glass that extends the tank capacity from 5 mL to 7 mL. This comes as an add-on to the existing design and seems more an afterthought that a specific design change.
SMOK has also released a range of colorful, snake skin drip tips, which can be purchased separately. So, in essence you are simply getting the same tank with a few extra choices for customization. No big deal but nice to have nonetheless.
Sadly, when all is said and done, the LED light at the base of the tank really does appear to be the only distinctive feature of this model. Colored o-rings glow when the fire button is pressed, creating a partially customizable setup that is dependent on the color chosen. But aside from the obvious pros of looking cool and being handy for monitoring ejuice levels in the dark, there is no other real upside to this feature that I can tell.
All things considered, the TFV8 Big Baby Light is really just a “hipper” and possibly more attractive version of the TFV8 Big Baby. And even this is subjective. Don’t get me wrong, it is still a great tank. It just isn’t worth upgrading to this model for the sake of a few lights in my opinion. What are your thoughts on this “upgrade”?