After SMOK and VOOPOO released their 40W pod mods with a built-in battery, 3 months later, Vaporesso launched an 80W pod mod device called Target PM80 in December 2019. And once again, when SMOK and VOOPOO released their single battery version of the pod mods, another 3 months passed, Vaporesso launched the single battery version Target PM80 SE. Apparently there is no wattage update this time, let's check it out what's haven't been changed and of course, the difference between the Target PM80 and the Target PM80 SE:
- Chip: AXON
- Device function: Pulse mode+Smart VW
- Wattage Range: 5-80W
- Liquid Capacity: 4ml / 2ml for TPD
- Compatible Coils: GTX Coils
- Charging Current: 2A, micro-USB
- Refilling and Replace Coils: Bottom of the cartridge
|Device||Target PM80 SE||Target PM80|
|Battery||Single 18650||Built-in 2000mah|
|Display||0.91" OLED screen||0.96" TFT screen|
|Airflow||Adjust by two silicone plugs||Not adjustable|
|Coils Included||GTX 0.2ohm+0.6ohm||GTX 0.2ohm+0.3ohm|
|Color||6 Colors||10 Colors|
The new Target PM80 SE added adjustable airflow to make it possible for a restricted DTL vaping, and it also added a 0.6ohm coil into the package. So we can put it in a simple way, the differences are the new Target PM80 SE is taller in height, with a single battery, suitable for both DTL and restricted DTL. It's hard to say there is a big update, but it is good news for Target PM80 fans who want to try the single battery version with the same performance.
So what do you think about the new Target PM80 SE? Do you have any questions about it? Let us know in the comments below...