Vaping Diaries #97: Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 Preview

The original Innokin iTaste MVP offered consistent performance and stellar battery life for a relatively low price. The Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 has several improvements over its predecessor, both aesthetically and functionally. Here’s a quick look at Innokin’s latest box mod.

The iTaste MVP 2.0’s most notable improvements are the addition of variable-wattage performance and a resistance checker (ohms). These are two features that vapers were clamoring for and it’s great that Innokin has listened to its customers. The wattage range is 6.0 to 11.0, adjustable in increments of 0.5 watts. Like the original, the voltage range is 3.3 to 5.0 volts, adjustable in 0.1-volt increments. Resistance and battery are displayed by hitting the two buttons on the side panel.

There are a few notable physical improvements with the MVP 2.0 as well. The original had a button that was flush against the unit. The MVP 2.0’s button protrudes for a better feel. The silver metal accents have a matte finished, as opposed to the original’s glossy finish. This cuts down on fingerprints. The original’s threading couldn’t accept eGo-threaded parts, while the new model accepts both 510 and eGo-threaded atomizers. Lastly, some people complained about the original’s beauty ring hanging over the side. The MVP 2.0’s beauty ring doesn’t have that problem.

The iTaste MVP 2.0 comes in a plastic box with a charging cable and your choice of two iClear 16 clearomizers or one iClear 30 clearomizer. The MVP 2.0 can be used to charge external device that have Mini USB, Micro USB, and Apple 32-pin connections. I would have liked to have seen Mini USB dropped in favor of an Apple Lightning connection, so that the MVP 2.0 can charge newer iPhones and iPads. However, I understand why Innokin didn’t opt for that connection (I’ll get into that in my review).

At a glance, the Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 looks like a winner. Last year’s model was a great device and this year’s model has all of the improvements vapers have asked for. I’ll be putting this box mod through its paces before giving it a proper review. Stay tuned!

Author: RPadTV

9 thoughts on “Vaping Diaries #97: Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 Preview”

  1. Wait… “The original’s threading couldn’t accept eGo-threaded parts, while the new model accepts both 510 and eGo-threaded atomizers.” .. whaaa? I mean.. they come w/ iClear16s… My V1 has Ego threading.. Pretty sure, considering how accurate you usually are, that was just an error. Thought you might wanna know tho – to correct or note on review. :) Happy vaping & thanks for all you do! Can’t WAIT to see the VTR. ;)

    1. The original had iClear-specific threading that wasn’t standard eGo threading. It was revised after the initial runs, so I’m guessing you have the MVP 1.5. I’m filming the MVP 2 review later today and will include that in the video just for you. :)

      1. Aaaah, gotcha. I’ve had mine a while now, so until seeing your review video this morning, showing the threading.. had no idea there even WAS a V1.5. Can’t say I’m surprised tho, considering how many versions of the iTasteVV there are. (Ha… a new soap opera, “All My iTastes”) I mean, even the V3.0 has a .5, so to speak (10s) V3.0 is much better tho, imho.. Well, except I do LOVE that damn cap! ~I digress… knew I was able to use Evods on my MVP all the time, so having seen just the beauty ring in your video… Yah, my sincerest apologies. With reviews that have always been so detailed & accurate tho, I shoulda known better (esp. considering your close work & relations w/ Innokin) Duhhh to me.. open mouth, insert foot, Amanda! =P PS: Hoped I’d catch a live glimpse of the VTR in one of your videos.. “accidentally” left among the vape-stuff while filming. But nooooo…. (it’s apparant I need another reminder about your accuracy & attention to detail?!… lol) ;) wink. ~ Vape on, my friend!

      2. No apologies necessary. As always, thanks for watching! It reminds of a story when the original MVP was released. I mentioned that Innokin was going to make a 1.5 model with true eGo threads, but someone on ECF insisted I was making the whole thing up, which seemed strange to me. I told her that Innokin gave me the information and she still insisted that there was no version 1.5. I’m not sure why anyone would make that up. Ha!

      3. Considering…. we’ll just say I’m not surprised. ;) WAY too many suffer from IBS these days (& no, not.. the stomach condition. Internet-Balls-Syndrome lol) & believe the anonymity gives them permission to say some of the stupidest, rudest, most offensive & hurtful stuff I’ve EVER seen; Most unfounded &/or for no other reason than because they can. After shaking my head & picking my jaw up off the floor too many times to count.. I stay far away from the forums these days. You’d think people would at least check before calling someone a liar tho.. ‘eh.. wrong again. LOL :)

  2. My favorite feature of the iTaste MVP 2 is the battery life as well as the new firing button position. I have arthritis and the new button location is much more comfortable to operate the device.

  3. I’m new to the variable voltage and wattage settings? are there any basics to know about what I should set the settings on to receive optimal vape performance? I know each liquid vapes different but there’s gotta be a combination that should normally be on right? i guess what I’m asking is what combination of voltage/wattage settings do you prefer? multiple combinations? ohms is 2.2

  4. It really depends on your personal preferences, as well as the juice — not just the flavor, but the VG/PG ratio. My atomizers are anywhere from 0.2 to 1.2 ohms. For drippers, I stay pretty low and sometimes go as high as 40 watts with high VG juice, but normally in the 20-25 watt range. For tanks, I usually go with high builds and wattages between 17 to 25. Compared to many of my vaping friends, my wattage levels are pretty tame.

    Please let me know how your experimentation goes! I’d love hear what sweet spot you find.

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