Innokin revisits the iconic Endura series to impressive effect.
The Innokin Endura T22 Pro has landed! The next generation of the Endura T22, the Pro maintains many of the same qualities as previous starter kits in the range, but with some new additions. Read on to find out more about this new release!
Before we start, lets take a look at the specs:
Innokin Endura T22 Pro Specifications
- Tank capacity – 2ml
- Coil resistance – 1.7ohm
- Output wattage – 9.5W / 11W / 12.5W / 13.5W
- Battery capacity – 3000mAh
- Dimensions – 134mm x 34.8mm x 25.8mm
- 1 x Innokin Endura T22 Pro
- 1 x T18E Pro tank
- 2 x T18E coils
- 1 x USB-C charging cable
- 1 x User manual
The Endura T22 Pro is available in Brushed Silver, Matte Black, Rose Gold, Royal Blue, Ruby Red and Steel Grey. Innokin has really thought about the looks on this kit, making sure the overall device looks sleek and stylish. With the Prism T18E Pro tank available in 3 colours, they have included some detailing to the top of the battery to make sure the tank doesn’t look out of place at the top of the mod.
With the larger size comes more power. The Endura T22 Pro is powered by a 3000mAh integrated battery. This is a major improvement on the original T22 kit which used a 2000mAh. Another upgrade from the original, this version uses USB-C charging meaning even though the battery is larger it will now charge even quicker.
There is no doubt about it, this kit is a looker. While some might find it rather plain or simple looking, It’s right up my alley.
Unlike the previous Endura T18 and T20 models, the T22 is not a vape pen but more of a box mod design.
To turn on the Endura T22 Pro rather than the usual clicking the fire button 5 times, there is a on/off switch at the base of the kit.
The Endura T22 Pro comes with the Prism T18E Pro tank. This is an updated version of the T18E Prism tank that is found on the Endura T18E kit. Some of the updates include a plastic 510 drip tip which many of the leading vape brands have started to feature on their MTL tanks. The previous prism tank used a non-standard drip tip so this new addition makes the T18E Pro tank compatible with a wide range of mouthpieces.
Some would see the lack of adjustable airflow as a negative but for a MTL vaper the airflow from this vape kit would be ideal.
The device is compatible with Prism T18E coils, however the kit comes with 2 new Pro coils both with a 1.7ohm resistance which perform best when vaping between 11-13.5W.
Being a fan of the T18E coils, I couldn’t wait to try out the new options to see how it performed. Using some Riot S:ALT nic salts, I found the Pro coil performed really well. It’s no cloud chaser, but then again it isn’t meant to be, and delivered a pleasing MTL experience.
Ease Of Use
Another difference to the T18E Prism tank is the filling system, Innokin has somehow managed to make the ‘easy top fill system’ from the previous T18E Prism tank even easier to use.
Rather than a screw off top, the T18E pro tank has a sliding top. At first it doesn’t seem like a major improvement but when filling the previous T18E tank you would be left with the top of the tank, which would either need to be put down somewhere or balanced in your hand while you try to fill it.
The sliding mechanism means that the top of the tank remains attached to the kit while filling, so you just have the kit in one hand and a bottle of e-liquid in the other for an even easier vape juice top-up.
Adjusting the output wattage is also much easier with the 4 LED lights that feature below the fire button. These indicate what power setting is being vaped from a choice 9.5W, 11W, 12.5W and 13.5W.
From either perspective, the T22 Pro is a breeze to set up and use. I would be surprised if there were many people who had a problem setting up and using this device.
Does the Innokin Endura T22 warrant £28.89 price? For what is offered, yes.
When compared to the rest of the Endura range, for what the T22 Pro offers it justifies paying slightly more. Costing just £28.89 on our website (compared to the original RRP price of £33.99) the Endura T22 Pro offers a quality vaping experience at a fair price.
It might not be as cheap as other kits, but it should still fit within many vapers budgets, and with the pedigree Innokin commands, you can be confident that it will last.
It’s clear to see that the Innokin Endura T22 Pro has been targeted towards MTL vapers. Cloud chasers who prefer an e-cig with customisable settings will not find what they are looking for here.
Vapers who currently use pen style devices like many in the Endura range will see this kit as a stepping stone to using more advanced kits as they become accustomed to carrying around larger mods.
While advanced vapers might turn their nose up at something like the T22 Pro, for a MTL or new vaper, it’s undeniably an attractive option.
Innokin has managed to improve on what was already a great MTL vape kit in the original T22.
As previously mentioned, the tank provides an easy-to-use sliding top fill system making e-liquid top ups hassle free. The battery features a 510 connection so vapers already set on a tank could use their own. However, a major positive of the Endura T22 Pro is the tank so I would recommend sticking with it. If anything, the Prism T18E Pro tank would be great MTL option with a range of other mods as well.
The coils performed admirably well, and I was really pleased to see Innokin finally add something new here, and it really helps this kit feel like something new.
Although not as small as comparable MTL kits out there, the T22 Pro does benefit from a larger battery capacity meaning less time charging, so it just depends whether you value battery life over a more compact vape kit.
In short, this would be a great option for an MTL vaper looking for an all-day-vape that will rarely need charging. The 1.7ohm T18E pro coils work particularly well with nic salts too, which only adds to this kits appeal.
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