As I’ve mentioned previously, Innokin is a highly respected manufacturer. They excel at providing vapers with quality, performance-driven vaporisers. In terms of the EQ Pod System, it’s a good device suitable for lighter smokers looking to quit.
Overview - Suitability
Given that Pod systems have improved significantly over the past year or so, they’re no longer considered to be an entry- level only device. There’s a place for these for all vapers, at the very least as an emergency back up.
This Pod system has an 800 mAh internal battery, a 2 ml pod (tank) capacity, and offers two power levels – 13.5 watt standard, and 15.5 watts in boost mode. The coils are a 0.5 ohm mesh design and after much testing, offer longer life than the majority of other pod system coils I’ve tried. Flavour and vapour production are surprisingly good given it’s a Pod system.
Instead of replacing the actual coils, the EQ offers replacement pods, and many feel it’s an easier solution.
You Tube Reviews
This review is from Matt at the suck my mod channel. There are numerous other insights available on YouTube so check them out if you wish –
Features & Specs - Kit Contents
- Size: 90 x 35 x 15mm
- Capacity: 2ml
- Battery: 800mAh
- Standby current: 50uA max
- Maximum current: 9.5A
- Charging current: 5V / 0.5A (estimated full charge time: 2 hours)
- Plexus EQ coil for MTL vape
- Adjustable regular/boost mode
- Ultra-compact design
- Superior flavor and lifespan
- The first mesh type MTL coil
- 1 x Innokin EQ Device
- 1 x USB Charging Cable
- 1 x User Manual
- 1 x Warranty Card
Excellent Build Quality
Rubber-like soft finish
Great Vapour Production
Simple To Use
Mimics Smoking Very Well
No justifiable issues after all day use for over two months.
Average Device & Pod Costs
There’s little doubt that Innokin’s EQ is an nice Pod system, however, Aspire’s Nautilus AIO, is still my number one recommendations for those seeking to transition to vaping.
UPDATE: May 2019 – The newer Nord by Smok looks to have taken the crown, more on this soon.