The Freemax Maxpod 3 is Freemax’s newest “Maxpod” device. As the name suggests, it’s the third device in the Maxpod lineup, which itself is just one of their three Pod device lines.
Size: 26.7mm x 18.2mm x 99.5mm
Pod Capacity: 2mL
Coil Resistance: 0.8Ω / 1.2Ω
Battery Capacity: 480mAh
Output Wattage: 9-15W
Output Voltage: 3.3-3.6V
Freemax is known for its FireLuke subohm fuel tanks and box mod kits such as the Maxus Solo kit, Maxus 50W kit and Maxus 200W kit.
The original Maxpod is a small and stylish pod vape that offers great flavor and great MTL appeal. It was followed by the Maxpod Circle, an unusually shaped round pod that also provided good flavor and a good MTL draw along with good vapor quality.
You’ll notice there’s actually no device called the Maxpod 2, but I’m guessing the Maxpod Circle is technically what it is.
The Maxpod 3 is a “normal” shaped pod device that, like its predecessor, works with MTL e-cigarettes. It can fire from 9-15W and comes with a 2ml, 0.8Ω pod. The Maxpod 3 has a 480mAh battery capacity and charges via Type-C charging.
If you’ve been sleeping on Freemax’s pod vapes, it’s time to get up. The Maxpod 3 is a pod vapes, just like the M Pro 2 is a subohm tank – the best of the crop. For MTL vapers, it doesn’t get much better than this device.
The draw of the two pods was almost perfect and the flavor was rich. Add a long pod life to the mix and you have a successful device. Oh, and leaks aren’t my problem with these pods either.