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Innokin iTaste VV starts hitting Japan e cigarette market

June 28, 2012

Innokin iTaste VV is a new variable voltage e cigarette with beautiful design, solid quality and rich features. With more and more Japan vapers showing interests in this innovative device, Innokin iTaste VV starts hitting e cigarette market in Japan.

(PRWEB) June 28, 2012

Innokin iTaste VV is a new variable voltage e cigarette with beautiful design, solid quality and rich features. With more and more Japan vapers showing interests in this innovative device, Innokin iTaste VV starts hitting e cigarette market in Japan. Now Japan vapers can get iTaste VV from vendors like 沼田茶舗.

iTaste VV main features:

Magnetic Atomizer Connection

Beyond the square shape, the connector has to be the hallmark of the uniqueness of this ecig. This connector is purely proprietary. Rather than a threaded connection, the atomizer simply slides on the battery.

Powerful magnets hold everything in place. This feature is sort of a mixed bag. On the plus side, it´s absolutely brilliant. The feature works amazingly well and makes it simple to change out accessories.

The bad news is of course that it´s a proprietary connection. No standard cartomizer is going to fit without an adapter. Fortunately the company offers four different adapters to allow cartomizers using 510 and 808 standards (and a couple less popular ones) to work with the iTaste.

But the adapters which are small metal blocks with the proper thread on one end look a little kludgy on the iTaste. The adapter raises the height of the connector as well-meaning that the iTaste´s pen cap won´t work with a number of cartomizers.

Modular Atomizer

Naturally, the atomizer lacks threads. The bottom of the atomizer does have a male connector, similar to a 510 electronic cigarette, but it just slides into the battery. The atomizer also happens to be a modular setup.

Much like the eGo-C, this atomizer comes in two parts, a body and individual atomizer “heads” that fit into the body and can be replaced when they go bad. Oddly enough, you´ll find threading here. The head has threads on it and it screws into a hole on the bottom of the iTaste´s atomizer body.

It is easier to replace the atomizer heads on the Innokin version than on Joye´s. It´s just much easier to unscrew these atomizer heads from the body.

A nice touch with these heads is that they are engraved not only with the resistance of the head, but also the recommended voltage range.

Atomizer Tanks

Other than the square shape, there´s nothing terribly unusual about the tanks that go on the atomizers. Like Innokin´s other tanks, they are a little low on the capacity side (housing a little under 1ml of e-liquid).

Filling the tank is easy enough, either stick a needle through the small hole in the top designed for the atomizer´s spike and fill. Alternately, users can just remove the cap (which is a soft silicone) and fill directly from the e-liquid bottle.

Variable Voltage

The main attraction here is the voltage adjustment. The Innokin iTaste can range from 3.0 to 5.0v in .1v increments. To adjust the voltage hold one of the two buttons down for a couple of seconds. The puff counter will display for a second and then the set voltage will be shown.

Use the two buttons to adjust the voltage up or down accordingly.

Puff Counter

The first number mentioned above is the display of how many times users have hit the button.

The puff counter will reset each time users turn the device off by clicking the power button 3 times in a row.

Voltage Recommendations

This is another unique feature. Basically, the e-cigarette measures the resistance of the attached atomizer or cartomizer and then recommends a voltage based on the resistance.

To access the feature, press both buttons at the same time. Two numbers appear. The first is the minimum suggestion while the second is the recommended max.

Apparently enough distributors howled at Innokin over a feature that was more of a bug and they relented. The 2nd revision of the iTaste now stays at whatever voltage users set it.

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