Your New Pal, The Artery PAL 3!


Back in the early days of pod devices, one device reigned supreme as the grand-daddy of pod devices; the PAL! There was the PAL AIO, the PAL 2, the PAL 2 Pro, and soon, we will have the latest in the line, The Artery Pal 3!

The PAL 3 has been modified from the PAL 2, and redesigned in every way imaginable; from the controls, to the size, to how the pod is installed. The body is smaller, and the PAL 3 comes in a bunch of great colors, as a polymer coating:


I used to know a "Matt Black" in high school. …Guy was a jerk.


For those of you familiar with the PAL 2, you'll notice that the PAL 3 is a redesign that manages to change almost everything, while staying true to the previous look. It has a slightly slimmer profile and width, but maintains the same height as its predecessor.


We all have that one fat friend, though, don't we? ProTip: If you don't; it's you.


As you can see, the edges are a little rounder, and the whole thing has an overall "softer" shape. The device is made of zinc alloy, (which is more and more common on devices these days,) and the control panel now includes a display, along with a stylish plate for both the display and the control buttons. The control buttons are a large firing button, and a second, smaller button for settings and adjustments.

The three-milliliter Pal 3 pod is ergonomically shaped, and made of transparent PCTG; which—as everyone knows—stands for "Poly-Cyclohexylenedimethylene Terephthalate Glycol," or "clear plastic-y stuff." It's transparent, durable, and fills from the bottom. You simply remove the silicon plug from the bottom, and fill it like so:


Sure, "Easy Bottom Filling" sounds dirty, but really, it's what everybody is looking for from a pod.

This device uses an upgraded HP core, allowing for better, longer-lasting flavor. It comes with an HP 0.7ohm mesh core, and an HP 1.2ohm mesh core, which are optimized for freebase and nic salt. There's also an adjustment ring at the base, giving you control over the airflow and draw strength. BEHOLD!

They're like those twins from The Shining, aren't they?
...But with slightly less creepy ghost magic.

The device also has a type-C charger, and is protected from all the possible hazards electricity can cause:

  • Overcharge Protection
  • Short-Circuit Protection
  • Overheat Protection
  • Cut-Off at 8 Seconds
  • Balance Charging

The photo below has the exact same phrases on it, but also a picture of the charger! Enjoy:

The only electricity hazard it doesn't protect from is "getting electric-based super powers, and fighting Spider-Man."


And, as usual, I'm sure you're all shouting, "GET TO THE SPECS!" ...So, here they are, you savages!

Artery PAL 3 Kit Specs:

  • Size: 83x38x16mm
  • Output: 5-25W
  • Battery: 1000mAh (internal)
  • Display: Screen
  • E-liquid capacity: 3ml (standard) / 2ml (TPD)
  • Resistance range: 0.5-2ohm
  • USB Type C Charging – 1A charge rate
  • Pods: Refillable, replaceable coil
  • Coils: HP Core range
  • Adjustable airflow – base of coil adjuster
  • Bottom fill port

The kit itself is fairly standard fare, but covers pretty much all you need:

  • Artery PAL 3 device
  • PAL 3 pod
  • HP 0.7ohm Mesh coil
  • HP 1.2ohm Mesh coil
  • 2x O-rings
  • Type-C charging cord
  • User manual


So, if you find a PAL 3 in the wild, don't be shy. Catch one for yourself!

Until next time, Vapers!

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