Vaping Diaries #126: Innokin iTaste VTR Preview

Arguably the most-wanted Innokin product of 2013, the iTaste VTR is a box mod positioned as a premium product. Out of the box, I was surprised by its heft. The iTaste VTR is a weighty vaping device that looks bolder and feels more luxurious than its sister product, the iTaste MVP 2. My initial impression is that a strong argument can be made that this is the best product Innokin has released, but some vapers will be put off by its weight. However, I definitely need to spend more time with the iTaste VTR before passing judgement.

The iTaste VTR comes in a decorative box, just like the iTaste 134. The kit includes the mod, an Innokin iClear 30s clearomizer, and an adapter tube. The unit was made with the iClear 30 and iClear 30s in mind. However, it can hold any clearomizer with similar dimensions (diameter less than 19mm, height around 78mm). For atomizers that won’t fit into the clearomizer cutout, the include adapter ensures that any 510-threaded part will work with the iTaste VTR.

Using the iTaste VTR is relatively easy. While it’s not quite as simple as using the iTaste MVP 2’s various functions, it’s still relatively straightforward. There’s a power button, a function button, and a scroll wheel. The power button turns the device on or off and fires the device. The function button pulls up atomizer resistance, voltage, wattage, and battery life. Voltage and wattage are adjusted using the scroll wheel. The voltage range is 3.0 to 6.0 volts adjustable in 0.1-volt increments, while the wattage range is 3.0 to 15.0 volts adjustable in 0.5-watt increments

So far I’ve used the iTaste VTR with an iClear 30 clearomizer and a Vapage dripping atomizer. The output has been consistent, but I haven’t tried many different settings yet. Most of the Innokin devices I’ve used have consistent output and I expect the same from the iTaste VTR.

Check out the video preview above to see different looks of the iTaste VTR, the iClear 30s, and the optional holster accessory. I’m going to use the device for at least 10 days before reviewing it. Stay tuned for the full review in the near future.

Innokin iTaste VTR Preview

Author: RPadTV

4 thoughts on “Vaping Diaries #126: Innokin iTaste VTR Preview”

  1. VERY nice…. thanks for sharing! :) If only it had the MVP-type, internal battery.. aaaah, it would be nearly perfect (well, for me. lol) The one other thing most of the VW devices have, that I don’t really care for…. is they adjust watts in .5 increments only. Not being able to find that perfect sweet-spot, usually takes me back to VV… or to using my Evic (bleh.. would MUCH rather use any Innokin product! lol) that adjusts by .1 in watts too. Btw.. gotta say how much I get a kick out of watching how your juice stash seems to grow little by little.. in each new video. (yep, I notice those stupid little details) You must be watering them well! :) LOL Vape on & thanks for the “live” VTR preview! f

    1. Yeah, my juice stash expands and contracts. After I’ve reviewed a batch of juices, I usually give it to friends at local vape shops, unless I really, really like it. Then it’s mine! Ha!

  2. I just entered the world of vaping, as I went out and bought one of these today. Actually, I think I got the cheaper version, as my box simply says “Innokin itaste”….Seeing your reviews was part of the reason I went out and got one, so thanks for doing your part in pushing me to quit smoking. I hope it works :/

Comments are closed.