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New, stylish, modern and less harmful MOK 2 is now available

As the brand introduces two new products, MOK continues to increase the heat-not-burn experience of adult smokers searching for a safer alternative to conventional cigarettes.

The MOK 2.0 and the MOK mini Plus were launched via a virtual launch. Both devices have enhanced features and designs that blend well into the lifestyle of their consumers, constantly breaking barriers to innovation.

During its launch, MOK 2.0 was unveiled as a futuristic, contemporary piece of art. As the latest MOK portfolio flagship unit, MOK 2.0 flaunts sophisticated angles and a metallic finish that exudes dominance and elegance.

MOK 2.0 also highlights next-gen OLED panels on the pocket charger thanks to advanced heat-not-burn technology, and even quicker pre-heating cycles of 12 seconds and charging times of 2 minutes 30 seconds for the holder and 1 hour 30 minutes for the pocket charger.

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“This is the most premium MOK device that’s out in the market. The new MOK 2.0 boasts of defined, angular shapes that’s distinct and a truly metallic finish furthers MOK’s signature of sophistication,” said Cax Mayuga, MOK Philippines’ Marketing Director during its recent virtual launch.

On the other hand, the MOK mini Plus is also ultra-compact and ultra-lightweight. For a minimalistic, sleek look, the unit now comes in a matte metallic finish. The quick 12-second pre-heating cycle is also available for MOK mini Plus and can be used up to 12 consecutive times in a single full charge.

COO, particularly designed for MOK, is also involved in the introduction of a fresh flavor. Oriental Hue is also released for those looking for a full-bodied, solid tobacco-flavored vapor, aside from the initial three versions. For an authentic tobacco experience, all four varieties use real tobacco leaves.

All of these launched items are already available at MOK’s official stores in Shopee, Lazada, and select GrabExpress hubs, as well as at MOK Specialty Kiosks in Eastwood Mall, SM City North EDSA, SM City Sta. Mesa, Manila’s SM City, and METL! VE.


Tito Raffy

is the founder of Tech Patrol, a technology blog established in 2010. When he's not blogging, he dabbles in crypto chart reading and operates his e-Commerce business as a side hustle. You can reach him through his social media profiles below.

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