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SMOK XPro M22 22 Watt Box Mod (Authentic) – $35.33

Authentic SMOK XPro M22 22 Watt Box Mod

Hot on the heels of the Smok XPro M65, we have the SMOK XPro M22 which is a 22 watt device. These two box mods are essentially the same except for power output and the built in 2200mah battery on the SMOK XPro M22. The M22 will fire down to 0.2ohms and as high as 2.0ohms. You’re able to keep those atomizers sitting flush with the adjustable 510 pin. This is a pretty small device and is sure to fit nicely in the hand.

I understand that a lot of people are going to prefer the M65 but let’s not forget that there are plenty of people that don’t vape any higher than the 22 watts that the SMOK XPro M22 provides and with that comes a cheaper price tag. There’s also a 45 watt version available so it seems that SMOK wanted to have everyone covered with these three devices.


  • 0.8 inch OLED display screen show wattage, voltage, resistant and battery level
  • Variable wattage: Can be adjusted from 6.0W to 22W (in 0.1W increment)
  • Standard resistant: 0.2-2ohm (Wattage Mode), >0.3ohm (Mech Mode), tolerance +/-0.1ohm
  • Standby current: <100uA
  • Smoking current: <10A (when the coil resistance is 0.2ohm, biggest allowed current >13V)
  • Mechanic mode output function: When in Mech mode, you can get a whole wattage output, the biggest vapor
  • Over-temperature protection function
  • Power automatic reduction function: The power will reduce 5W automatically when the battery can not stand the high power output
  • 12s time limited protection
  • Low-voltage warning (lower than 3.4V)
  • Short circuit and low resistance protection
  • Fast increase and reduce power by long press “+””-” button, the speed in proportion to the press time
  • Press power button 5 times in two seconds can lock or unlock the screen
  • 510 threading connection
  • Brass center pin, adjustable
  • Micro-USB charging port

Authentic SMOK XPro M22 22 Watt Box Mod


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45 Watt Version


Here’s a review of the SMOK XPro M65 65 Watt (originally M50) Box Mod by Martyn Parker:

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