Innokin iTaste VTR

Innokin iTaste VTR

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Available for
» $99.99 at VaporAlley
» $94.99 at Madvapes
» $99.99 at VaporDNA

About the Innokin iTaste VTR

The Innokin iTaste VTR is a steampunk/zippo lighter looking device that’s the big brother of the iTaste MVP. But the iTaste VTR offers much more. Its a variable voltage/variable wattage mod that’s similar to the iTaste MVP, but with a removable 18650 battery. It comes in both stainless steel and army green offering two different looks.

But the magic happens when you realize that this mod is capable of sub-ohm vaping. That’s right – this is the ultimate travel mod for sub-ohm lovers. It claims to support sub-ohm vaping down to .7, but I’ve seen reports of people vaping at .5

This is a big deal as most VV/VW regulated mods don’t fire below 1.3 (in many cases higher than that). So the options for vaping can be limited on these devices. Not any more! The VTR brings it!

Personally when I travel, I don’t have the time or patience to fiddle around with mechanical mods. Leaky tanks, fiddly bodies etc are too much to deal with when busy. Up until now I though the ultimate travel mod was the iTaste MVP – not any more. Get an iTaste VTR and join the club – you’ll love this mod!

Where can I find the iTaste VTR?

Available for $99.99 at VaporAlley or $94.99 at Madvapes

Operating Voltage: 3.0V-6.0V
Release Date: 2013-09-25

The iTaste VTR is a solid variable wattage and voltage vaping device with a detailed finish. It features a rotational wheel and a protective casing to hold the tank inside. The voltage and wattage can be adjusted with the rotational wheel; the screen displays voltage or wattage and offers intuitive control over the settings leading to accurate performance.

iTaste VTR specs

Variable Voltage: 3.0 – 6.0 volts
Variable Wattage: 3.0 – 15.0 W
Short Circuit Protection;
RMS (root mean square);
Reverse Battery Protection Circuit;
Resistive Load Detection (Ohms meter);
ON/OFF battery switch;
LED Battery Power Display;
Low Voltage Warning;
Overtime Vaping Warning (10 second switch cutoff);
Battery safety protection (Vent holes);
High compatibility 510/eGo connector:
Built-in 3 digit display (Ohms meter, Volts /Watts, Atomizer voltage output)
Replaceable Battery: iTaste VTR supports 18650 batteries (unprotected)

Where can I get the iTaste VTR

Available for $99.99 at VaporAlley or $94.99 at Madvapes

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  1. Frank says

    I’ve owned my VTR for about 5 months now and am very satisfied. My job doesn’t allow smoking on the property, but vaping is okay at your desk so the incentive to transition was there. What I wanted was a good quality vape that needed little maintenance. I’d seen others constantly having to clean or mess with theirs, and it seemed like too much hassle. After a lot of research, I settled on this.

    The unit is high quality and built to last. It comes in a fancy case that you’ll probably put away and never see again, but hey, that’s cool. The device itself is chrome (the one I got) and I keep it in my pocket. After 5 months of daily use (I converted 100% 2 months ago), the chrome has become scratched on the main portion, but that’s probably because I keep my phone in the same pocket. I may sand the center portion down (I was told it’s brass underneath) which seems like it will give it a good Steampunk look.

    As far as the smoke, it works very well. I had an issue with the fluid turning a brown color and getting thick at first. I thought it was the tank that it came with, so I tried another popular tank but that ended up being a nightmare (leaking/air flow/gurgling). After doing some trial and error, I found that it was the fluid (in the original tank). As a rule, now I keep a coil for each flavor. The coils are $2.50 so it’s not a big deal and they last about 2 weeks with my usage.

    I use mine a good deal through the day, and by the time I’m off to sleep, the LED might be turning yellow (50% charge, 18 hour day). The battery I use is an Efest IMR18650 3.7v and I’m sure you can have different results with a different battery. The only thing I wish it had was a micro-USB connector, although it hasn’t been an issue yet. I keep a mini-charger in my car but haven’t had to use it and the few times I’ve forgotten to charge the unit overnight, it lasts through the next day anyway (never turning it off).

    I’ve seen some complaints about the unit’s weight, but it’s not an issue for me. I see it as a mark of quality but to each their own.

    The maintenance I have to perform is fairly minimal. When I change fluids to a different flavor, I take the tank apart and wash everything in warm water except for the coil. Occasionally I use a bit of paper towel to dry out the tip (inside and out), but it’s not every day.

    Overall, it’s been well worth the $100 and I would recommend it to anyone who’s looking for a good vape without problems.

  2. Sleepy says

    I’ve been using vapes for 3 1/2 yrs. I’ve own around 20+ mods. I love this mod. By far my favorite one. I can use a rebuildable tank or standar. It’s amazing with the extension too fit all any size tank and it’s a great price! This is a must have