Anthony Vapes: Acrohm Fush Nano Pod Kit Review

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  1. Anthony_Vapes

    Anthony_Vapes Staff Member Moderator 3 year member reviewer Weekly Referral Winner

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    Hi All, Anthony Vapes back here with my review of the Acrohm Fush Nano Pod Kit, please see the bottom for disclaimers and links. Note this is marked as a sample version.

    Introduction:
    The Acrohm Fush Nano Pod kit is the latest Pod Kit from new vape manufacturer Acrohm. They started out in late 2018 releasing their fush mod which was a direct output mech styled mod with a light up LED tube. It worked great and looked nice and was nicely built and got some popularity. This is only their 2nd product now a year later using the same design of that but in a mini pod system so we’ll see if it’s as good as the fush was. The Fush Nano is a simple tube styled AIO Pod with refillable pods and a built in 550mah battery and inhale or push button to fire. It’s available in 5 colors Black, SS,Sapphire Blue, Marrs Green, and Pinkish Purple. Looking around online I see it available for around 25-30 for the kit only for pre-order out of China currently. But good price point.

    Manufacturer's Specs:
    • Size: 100.619.319.3mm
    • Colors: Black, Silver, Marrs Green, Pinkish Purple, Sapphire Blue
    • Built-in 550mAh Battery
    • Power: Airflow Control 7W / Button Switch 10W
    • Charging Current: 1A
    • Micro USB Port For Charging
    • Over Time Protection
    • Overload Protection
    • Short-Circuit Protection
    • Reverse Protection
    • High-Temperature Protection
    • Low Voltage Protection
    • Convenient Top E-Juice Refill Design
    • The Extra Pod With Structure Like RTA
    Coil Options
    • 1.5ML pod with Built-in 1.4ohm Coil
    Included in box:
    • 1 x Acrohm Fush Nano Pod Kit
    • 1 x Acrohm Fush Nano Pod
    • 1 x USB Cable
    • 1 x Lanyard
    • 1 x Quick User Manual Card
    • 1 x User Manual
    • 1 x Warranty Card
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    Fush Nano Battery Rundown
    The fush nano is a tube style AIO (all in one) Pod kit, meaning there isn’t a separate mod or tank that can be used with anything else. It does have replaceable pods so you can carry spares, and the coils are built right into it like a caliburn or renova zero and non replaceable. Design wise it’s very similar to the acrohm fush but shrunken down. There is pretty much no adjustable air which isn’t a big deal as most pods don’t have any, but it’s a cool feature when they add it. They claim you can twist the pod for more air but really it just unscrews the top part to let more air in that can never go anywhere near the coil itself and kind of useless. It’s a loose MTL draw. It has a small capacity of 1.5ml, most pods are at least 2ml. The battery is listed at 550mah and it’s a semi-adjustable output device. If you use the inhale to fire it outputs 7 watts, if you use the fire button it outputs 10 watts. It features built in USB charging (USB C) with a listed rate of 1A. I couldn’t test the battery capacity (those who have read my reviews know why before I get to that part lol) but I did test the charge rate which charged at a max of .47A so their 1A charging is overrated. Should have been listed at .5A. There is a small pinhole LED by the USB port that will turn off when the device is full. It also has passthrough vaping as well (does not pause charging) so you can vape it while charging. No Drip tip, the mouthpiece is part of the pod itself.

    The Fush nano is very nicely built and feels really solid and surprisingly lightweight as well. Paint wise I got the SS and black (1 each) and they both look nice. I didn’t get enough use out of them though to be able say if it’ll chip or not. My black one arrived DOA and wouldn’t turn on or charge or anything. The SS one worked fine though. Like the Fush, the Fush nano has a LED tube that you can program and is really nice and bright. You can click fire 3 times to turn the light on or off. When it’s on you can shake it twice to change the mode between breathing or solid on. Shake it once to change color. When you have the LED set how you want, click fire twice to lock it. Click fire 4 times to put the LED in loop mode to cycle the colors. Good job with the LED there. The device will also turn off after not being used for 30 minutes so no worry about forgetting about it and the LED draining the battery.

    The pods attach to the battery via a magnet system. They fit nice in the battery. You don’t replace coils either, you just replace the whole pod. The filling is pretty basic. Just a simple rubber plug which is under the top cap of the pod. You just unscrew it off to expose the rubber plug and it can be done without removing the pod so well done there. Then you just pop open the rubber plug and fill. Fill hole is a good size so no complaints there

    Usage is pretty easy. There is a fire button on the bottom which is also used to turn the device on and off (5 clicks) or to program the LED (as stated above already) it also has inhale to fire. If you use the inhale it’s 7 watts, if you use the fire button it’s 10 watts. Oddly there is no battery meter at all on this device which I don’t get. The only semblance of a battery meter is if the battery is dead (3.3V) the tube will blink yellow 3 times. Not good at all, they should have had a real battery meter which they could have used the pinhole LED by the USB port as one. The pod is fully exposed so no juice window is needed, however the pod is tinted very dark. Companies really need to stop with the super dark tinted pods. It makes it too hard to see the juice level so i’ll ding them for that as well. Clear pods would have been better.

    Coil Performance and details
    The Fush Nano Pod Kit comes with 2 Pods which is great. All kits should always include 2 coils/pods. They also sent me 2 extra packs of coils so I got 8 in total 2 with each device and 2 2 packs. There is 1 coil options for this kit in total which is a 1.4 ohm round wire coil. I used all 50/50 nic salt juices 20 mg nicotine. Here is where it all really goes downhill. So the 1st pod was just nasty, that was the one included in the black kit. I didn’t even get through a full pod. The 2nd pod I pulled from one of the coil packs. It was DOA and wouldn’t fire with a short protection kicking in. The 3rd pod I pulled from the SS kit and it was gross like the one in the black kit. After going 0 for 3 with the coils there wasn’t anything left to do as that’s not acceptable at all.

    Pros:
    • color options (5 total)
    • Good build quality on battery
    • good size for easy portability
    • pods are easy to remove and replace
    • easy to fill
    • comes with 2 pods
    • Passthrough Vaping
    • 2 output options
    • both inhale to fire and button fire worked as expected
    • great looking device and nice LED with plenty of options
    Cons:
    • no battery meter
    • Pods are tinted too dark
    • low 1.5ml capacity
    • overstated charge rate (listed at 1A when it’s really .5A)
    • Coils were awful
    Conclusion
    So with all that said, do I recommend this POD kit or not? I don’t like to do a hard yes or no, but this one leans towards the no pretty easily. I have some minor gripes about it like the lack of a battery meter, overstated charge rate, and the hard to see juice level but those aren’t deal breakers. The big deal breaker is that the coils are awful, and it didn’t help that 1 of my 2 devices arrived DOA either. They need to make better coils if they want to get into pod systems. I won’t be adding this to my spreadsheet of recs which is linked below, feel free to check that out if you are in the market for anything.

    This is Anthony Vapes just keeping it honest, hopefully you all can say the same and I'll catch you on my next review.

    Product Disclaimer
    This product was sent to me from Acrohm

    Review Disclaimer
    Due to possible QC difference your experience may vary.

    Reviewer Disclaimer
    I’ve been doing vape reviews since late 2016 and have done over 400 reviews to date. I enjoy helping vapers on forums as well and helping contribute to the great vape community. I’m not an “out of the box” reviewer. I do my best to be thorough at all times and have enough experience with many products to tell what’s good and what’s not. All mods get tested with an oscilloscope and stress tested and results are posted in my reviews.

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    Best of 2017 list here
     
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    Whiskey The TCIC Staff Member Moderator 3 year member reviewer

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    Great review, Ant!!!! :emoji_relaxed::emoji_thumbsup::emoji_thumbsup:
     
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