#2: Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro 60W Express Kit Review
As a follow through to their 2.0 and 3.0, Innokin released the MVP 3.0 Pro 60W as a further improvement to this already amazing line-up of advanced yet affordable box mods.
Design: Solid, Compact, and Built to LastPrice: $49.95
The design of the MVP 3.0 Pro 60W is nothing too far from its predecessors. When compared to a 2.0, it is slightly taller, with the same solid build and rippled exterior for better grip. The weight of this device guarantees that it is compact and high quality, unlike other mods that feel plasticky and easy to break.
The OLED display is still situated on the side, with the + and – buttons beside it. You can flip the display on the screen—a minor yet significant feature that left-handed users will totally admire.
Innokin moved the fire button to the same side as the OLED display, which we think is more convenient and strategic for easier use when vaping.
Using the Device: An Enjoyable Experience Made Better
Setting up the MVP 3.0 Pro 60W was a breeze from step one to finish. One of the most important improvements to note is the ability to scroll up and down when changing the voltage or wattage settings. At last, Innokin realized that cycling through the whole thing before being able to lower your settings is a downside.
The + and – buttons, together with the fire button, are programmed to accommodate all the commands that you need to regulate and get the device going. Press and hold both buttons and you invert the display on the screen. Click the fire button thrice and you turn on/off the device. A few other combinations allow you to switch from voltage to wattage adjustment. The device also remembers the last setting before turning it off.
Once set, you can start vaping away by holding the fire button as you inhale. The informative screen display enabled us to monitor the device closely.
Another major enhancement you can find in the 3.0 Pro is a wider range of voltage and wattage settings. You can choose to set it anywhere from 3.0v-9.0v. Alternatively, you can select a wattage setting from 6.0-60.0w. The MVP 3.0 Pro used with a 0.2ohm coil and a high-VG e-liquid made clouds of vapor that left us in admiration. There was a distinguishable consistency in the quality of the vapor, which we believe is partly due to the vRMS DC current technology that Innokin integrated into this mod.
Power, Battery Life, and Charging of iTaste MVP 3.0
A 4500mah battery in the MVP 3.0 60W delivers more than enough power to let you vape all day. Charging time takes about 4 hours, but you can still vape
while this happens. There is a pass-through charging feature in this model, which will extend your vaping sessions beyond the capacity of this already-potent juice.
The MVP 3.0 Pro 60W is still a dual purpose device, like the 2.0 and 3.0, which can be used as a mini power bank for charging other devices. Although it will not be enough to give you a fully-charged Android phone, this particular feature is great for quick recharges especially during emergencies and urgent situations. The output port and integrated micro USB cable are located at the base of the body.
Last but not the least among the many developments in the MVP 3.0 Pro is the safety protection features. Since you will be dealing with low resistance coils and relatively high wattage settings when using the device, it is essential to know how you will be protected from unwanted auto-firing, overheating, short circuits, and the like.
We have been witnesses to how these things easily happen to low-end mods and having safety features is a convincing matter that makes the 3.0 Pro an even better option for mod vapers.
One thing we found really helpful was the 15-second shut-off mechanism, which automatically turns off the device in case you accidentally press the power button even when it is not in use.
Our Conclusion: The Innokin MVP 3.0 Pro 60W is a Good (but not the best) Mod for New and Experienced Vapers
The Innokin MVP 3.0 Pro 60W Kit includes the iTaste MVP 3 Pro, one USB charging cable, one eGo threading adapter, and one user manual. Although it lacks the common rounded-edge design and adheres to a more brick-like structure, this mod comes in seven different colors to give you options in terms of aesthetics.Considering the build, performance, power, consistency, and value in the MVP 3.0, we have arrived at a conclusion that this mod is an excellent vape for sub-ohm vapers, coil rebuilders, and even those who are new to low resistant vaping. It has advanced features such as high wattage options for experienced vapers. On the other hand, it has the necessary protection features for newbies.
Considering the build, performance, power, consistency, and value in the MVP 3.0, we have arrived at a conclusion that this mod is an excellent vape for sub-ohm vapers, coil rebuilders, and even those who are new to low resistant vaping. It has advanced features such as high wattage options for experienced vapers. On the other hand, it has the necessary protection features for newbies.
#1 Innokin Coolfire IV-iSub G Starter Kit Review
The Coolfire IV-iSub G starter kit is another great product from Innokin. It is a complete set of highly efficient vaping gear that spells power and resilience all throughout.
Unlike the MVP series, the Coolfire IV has a more stylish design. It has rounded edges on the side of the OLED screen, where the fire and + and – buttons are also located. The Coolfire IV comes in green or gold and has an elegantly brushed aluminum finish. At a glance, this vape mod appears to be highly compact and durable yet lightweight at the same time. The iSub-G Tank has an equally durable build that sits perfectly on the top part of the mod.
Besides the ergonomic design, the Coolfire IV-iSub G Starter Kit practically has everything that you will need to start sub-ohm vaping. It is both variable voltage and variable wattage device, allowing you to choose between 3-7.5V or 6-40W of power. This is made possible with the 2000mah internal battery that, unfortunately, is not replaceable. It is not much when compared to other box mods within the same price range, but it does last some 10 hours or so with continuous vaping. Plus, the Coolfire IV has the passthrough charging feature, so you can continue using the device while it is plugged.
The iSub-G tank that comes with the kit is pre-installed with a 0.5ohm coil, which we paired with a high-VG e-juice. The recommended wattage, according to Innokin’s website, is 20-35W for this particular coil head. We vaped at 30W and were blown away by how huge the clouds of vapor were. Flavor was right on, and the throat hit was awesome.
There was no fuss with the kit, especially with a large tank that can hold up to 4.5ml of e-juice. Changing coils involves no spills and adjusting the airflow was a breeze. It was easy to know whether we still had some battery power left, or if it was almost time to recharge it through the light on the power button. It was also fun to see how much we have vaped through the puff counter, although we think it is not as significant a feature, especially when you are vaping a lot.
Like the MVP 3.0 Pro, the Coolfire IV is packed with many protection features, and that gave us the confidence just to use the device without having to worry about overheating, over discharge, and too low a voltage setting.
We found the flip screen orientation as a bonus, and the manual power switch at the bottom as added security whenever it was time to put the device away.
Overall, the Coolfire IV-iSub G Starter Kit may not be the most powerful among box mods today, but it is definitely a superior kit that delivers in terms of build, quality, performance, and value.
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QSC Rating: 93/100 by Quit Smoking Community