Kokin Philippines recently introduced the first-ever 9000 puffs and rechargeable vape, the BIG BOY. A ground breaking product that aims to convince traditional cigarette smokers to quit and shift to a healthier alternative, vapes. By introducing quality products through its superbly formulated flavors and value for money proposition makes the Kokin Product line up the talk of the industry.
Available in all flavors allowed by the FDA, Kokin PH offers it in Mango Strawberry, Energy Drink, Angry Cola Soda, Peach Strawberry, Gummy Bear, Cool Mint Sugar, Orange Mango Soda, Grape Blueberry Ice, Double Apple Lemon, Watermelon Ice, Strawberry Watermelon, Kiwi Guava Strawberry, Chocolate Milk, and Chocolate Milk.
Kicking the smoking habit has always been hard. Many smokers say they want to stop. However, quitting remains a very hard challenge. To slow themselves down, people turn to vape as it has less nicotine than the usual cigarettes.
Kokin PH introduces BIG BOY with 9000 puffs!
For many, smoking can relieve tension and stress. So, Kokin Philippines becomes the next big thing for vaping. With the BIG BOY, on the other hand, a replacement mouthpiece can be found for your preference. You can either use a flat mouthpiece or a rounded one. It’s easy to click on and off.
Mini review on the BIG BOY!
The size comes in 30x98mm with a battery life of 600mAh. You can charge it with a type-C connector charger. It also has a resistance of 1.0 ohm of mesh coil. The e-liquid is 25ml with a power of <12w.
The interchangeable mouthpiece allows for adjustable airflow. As a pretty heavy smoker, 3500 puffs would only last me five days. With the Kokin Philippines’ BIG BOY, I used it for exactly thirteen days.
Kokin is also available in 1,500 puffs MINI and 2,600 MAX variants to give more choices to the consumers.
The Kokin Philippines’ BIG BOY is available for WHOLESALE. For inquiries on reservation contact us at KokinPhilippines@gmail.com or call our representatives at (09178445981).
Angela Grace P. Baltan is a Communication graduate from Colegio de San Juan de Letran. She doesn’t hesitate to be opinionated in analyzing movies and television series. As a writer, she uses her articles to advocate for feminism, gender equality, and mental health among others.