Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 Review

Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 Review

If you are completely new to the marvelous vaping world, an eGO style battery will probably suit the majority of your needs. However, our needs always tend to grow, and this is also true when it comes to a nice, relaxing vape.

This is where Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 could probably come in. As the name suggests, it is an updated version of its predecessor, the MVP 1.0, and, despite the quite similar looks, it gives us more things to play with and to make our daily vape even more enjoyable.

Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 Review

Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0

Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0
8.625

Performance

80/10

    Design

    75/10

      Build Quality

      95/10

        Price

        95/10

          Pros

          • - Great battery life
          • - Can be used to charge other devices
          • - Very reliable and durable
          • - Pass-through functionality
          • - Great for beginners

          Cons

          • - Quite unintuitive function buttons
          • - Ohm counter may not be precise
          • - Only gives out 11 watts of power

          Looks & Design

          The iTaste MVP 2.0 is a rectangular-shaped variable voltage and variable wattage (VV/VW) mod with a 510 connector and a display on its side. Unlike the red-colored (and probably not-so-easy-on-the-eye) display of the MVP 1.0, this one lights the digits in blue; there are two setting buttons on the side of it. There is also a built-in ohm meter which displays the resistance of the currently mounted atomizer, and a “puff counter”, allowing you to control your daily nicotine intake.

          The MVP 2.0 has a nice firing button which also indicates the battery levels using green, yellow and red LEDs. It is placed quite ergonomically, so adaption from eGO type devices should not be a concern. At the same time, the two setting buttons at the side of the display may seem not very convenient and straightforward. They are designated as “P” and U” – “P” is used for adjusting the wattage, “U” – for the voltage, but pressing them both at the same time gives the ohm reading.

          Functionality & Performance

          Battery wise, the iTaste MVP 2.0 has a built-in 2600 mAh polymer Li-Ion battery which is rechargeable using USB. And, quite surprisingly, this mod also works as a portable power source for your electronic devices – it has a USB port, and after a flip of a switch (ON/OFF) you can charge, say, your phone. Safe to say – it is a quite handy feature when you are on the go; besides, the MVP 2.0 also comes with a cable which has some of the most used mobile device connectors.

          The iTaste MVP 2.0 performs just great. Seems like it never fails to provide its owner with a steady, warm vape, and its respectable appearance embodies the high durability and reliability of the device. The voltage/wattage range is high enough for the majority of clearomizers available in the market, and the rectangular shaped mod definitely loves being coupled with Innokin products like iClear 16, iClear 30 and iClear 30s.

          Final thoughts

          In 2015, there are a whole lot of electronic cigarette mods available on the market, and for an inexperienced e-cig user it may seem hard to find a truly great and suitable product. However, the reliability, simplicity and competitive price of the Innokin’s iTaste MVP 2.0 gives it quite a lot of advantages over other similar products, therefore it is a great device both for beginners and advanced users.


           Features & Specification

          • Variable voltage from 3.3 – 5V in increments of 0.1W
          • Variable vattage from 6 – 11W in increments of 0.5W
          • Built-in 2600 mAh polymer Li-Ion battery
          • Puff counter, Ohm meter
          • Built-in 3 digit display
          • High compatibility 510 connector
          • Passthrough technology
          • Remaining battery level indicator
          • On/Off function with 10 seconds cutoff
          • Powerbank function
          • Overcharge protection
          • Short circuit protection
          • Overheating protection
          • Memory of the last voltage and wattage settings

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          Martins Svarcs

          8 year smoker-turned-vaper. Co-creator of Ecigclopedia, Product Designer & Internet Marketer. Has a passion for painting, collecting speeding tickets, and coconut flavored e-juice.
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          1. January 21, 2017

            […] If you own an MVP 2.0 and have some tips on how to protect it from all the elements, please leave a comment below! Or, if you’re just planning to get one, check out our Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 review! […]

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