The Uwell Crown refillable pods have been designed for use with the Crown pod vape kit. These pods can be paired with your favourite e-liquid, thanks to the two coil options - one for mouth to lung vaping and the other for direct to lung vaping.
Simple to refill, removing the mouthpiece of the pod will reveal two juice pots that will fit most e-liquid bottle nibs, reducing leaking and spills. Each pod is also fitted with an adjustable airflow valve to help you better control vapour flow to suit your vaping style.
The 1.0 Ohm Crown pod will produce a discreet amount of vapour and works best for mouth to lung vaping. If you're looking to experience greater vapour production, we recommend using the 0.6 Ohm Crown pod which supports direct to lung vaping.
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By Blind Vaper from Scotland
Easy enough to fill, reasonable flavour.
By Oatkakes from Staffordshire
This is a review for the 1.0 crown pod. I was hoping to be pleased with these pods but pod life is awful and after a few refills the top cap filling system ends with the cap breaking. This happened with the included pod with the crown system and the two replacement pods purchased.
I'll stick with the caliburn and koko
Moved from the Caliburn to this Crown Pod and until recently, been top notch. User error is not an issue here, nor just bad luck or a bad batch - just google these problems. Some design change or materials change now means the clips on the mouthpiece on even brand new pods snap when removing to fill, and I mean straight out the pack! If the tip wont clip it's useless. As well as the clips snapping, most of the time now the pod iteself wants to pop out the mod! It just pops back up when it used to clip in. I had been starting to use a piece of paper to add some extra friction so the pod stayed in, but after one pod emptying into the mod and 2 brand new (expensive) pod tips snapping straight out the pack, I think I'm through with this. I have 2 of these and the problem is the pod. Such a shame because for 6 months it was the best pod out there.
Moved from the Caliburn to this Crown Pod and until recently, been top notch. User error is not an issue here, nor just bad luck or a bad batch - just google these problems. Some design change or materials change now means the clips on even brand new pods snap either when removing to fill, and I mean straight out the pack! If the tip wont clip it's useless. Most of the time now the pod wants to pop out the mod, I had been starting to use a piece of paper to add some extra friction so the pod stayed in, but after one pod emptying into the mod and 2 brand new (expensive) pod tips snapping straight out the pack, I think I'm through with this. I have 2 of these and the problem is the pod. Such a shame because for 6 months it was the best pod out there.
By Mr C from Nottingham
After moving from a Caliburn to a Crown Pod I have to say I'm disappointed with the build quality of these. When it works it works well. The problem is the mouthpiece is held tight by two little plastic lugs inside. When you remove the mouthpiece to refill, these lugs seem to weaken and eventually one will break off meaning the mouthpiece can no longer be secured. This causes the pod to leak and means you then have to steal a mouthpiece off another pod. Eventually you will end up with spare pods with no mouthpiece! I've found a little workaround for this but its not perfect. If you put a small strip of paper up the side where the lug has broken it does hold it tight once more. If you could buy spare mouthpieces without the pods for a cheap price this wouldn't be much of an issue but as it is, it has put me off recommending the Crown Pod.
There have been some problems regarding the pods to burning out. This happens when you charge the device up to 80 or 90 percent. So I recommend charging the device until the light is blue and DO NOT fully charge it. The product is good if you follow these instructions. Cheers
By Efm from Lichfield
I’ve had this pod system for a nearly a month now. The first pod I had lasted a good 2 weeks but all pods after this have not lasted as long. I’ve found they burnt out in no time at all. Even when taking every measure to ensure they don’t burn they still ended up burnt.
These work well for one day and then after this point the flavour is extremely muted. Out of 4 pods I have not managed longer than 3 days on each one.
Its a shame as the flavour and adjustable airflow is great but at £8 for 2 pods, you would expect them to last longer. I prefer the caliburn over this.
By lg from hull
only used the 1.0 pod as it is just a great vape and no need to use the 0.6 right now i like MTL so this is more to my liking but i have had no dry hits not spitting no reduction in flavor after 3 days which is a nice change really easy to fill just snap back and off at a slight angle to refill i tend to leave the pod in the device to refill works best for me i love the fact i can adjust airflow to my liking even in a pod im happy with the quality very good
By S from London
Disclaimer: I’ve only used the 1.0 pod for three days (since i got the kit). So far, it’s been superb. Haven’t gotten any spitback. No gurgle. The pod is super easy to fill. Flavour is great. With the airflow all the way closed, you can (imo) do a legitimate MTL. If you like the caliburn and the koko then you will love this!