Since the design of the Drop has been inverted, the Badge pods are wider and shorter though they hold the same amount of juice. And the pods are dark tinted like the Drop, though not as dark. Still, it’s not always easy to see your juice level unless you’re in a well-lit space.
Refilling the Rolo Badge is the same as the Drop too. There are two refill plugs, both anchored on one side. Filling the Badge is easiest with the included needle-tip bottle or a unicorn bottle, and it’s not necessary to use both sides since the juice flows pretty easily past the center chimney.
Lastly, the pods are magnetic but they don’t click into place. It’s pretty much mush when you insert the pods. I know it’s not that big of a deal, but vapers love a good click!
A SMOK MTL vape sounds like an oxymoron, but this is actually now a thing. The kings of clouds have recently released three refillable MTL pod mods, and each one is like a pre-existing non-SMOK product. The SMOK Fit is somewhat like a refillable JUUL, the SMOK ROLO Badge is basically an upside down Suorin Drop, and…
The Infinix design is clearly copied from the PHIX. It’s got a 250 mAh battery and an automatic MTL draw. It comes in a kit containing two 2 mL refillable pods, along with a needle-tip 15 mL refill bottle. Looking at the Infinix, it’s easy to think you’re seeing MLV’s pod vape (especially the gun metal color), but there are differences that make them distinct from each other — though fans of the PHIX may have a hard time getting past the obvious.
Kit Price: $24.95
Refillable pods price: $10-15 per 3-pack
Colors: gun metal, red, blue
SMOK Infinix Review | A Refillable PHIX Clone?