Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0

Innokin itaste MVP 3.0

The iTaste MVP3.0 is Coming!

I just got an e-mail for Innokin announcing that the new iTaste MVP3.0 is now available for wholesale purchases. The iTaste MVP 3.0 is the latest addition in the iTaste MVP line of e-cigarettes. Past devices include the iTaste MVP 2.0 and the iTaste MVP 20w.

The iTaste MVP 3.0 has been redesigned and upgraded based on the feedback from the vaping community. It features a power output of up to 30 watts and can fire atomizers from 0.4ohms to 2.5ohms. This makes it a great device to power the latest sub-ohm tanks.

Along with the ability to adjust the output wattage you can also adjust the voltage output from 3.0 to 9.0 volts in o.1 volt itaste MVP3increments. The iTaste MVP3.0 uses vRMS technology which provides superior performance and accuracy with a power deviation of 0.1 watt. This means you are always going to be vaping at the power output you select, this accurate power output provides a better vaping experience.

Since the iTaste MVP 3.0 can power atomizer as low as 0.4 ohms a large battery is a must and Innokin delivered. The iTaste MVP 3.0 has a built in Li-Ion rechargeable battery with a huge 3800mah capacity for all day vaping. Like the previous MVP’s you can also use this devices battery to recharge other electronics via its USB output port.

The design of the MVP 3.0 is a bit different from previous versions. The first thing I noticed is that they moved the firing switch to the side of the device and changed the position of the OLED screen and two adjustment buttons. The positions are very similar to all the other box mods released recently. The 510 connection is flush like the MVP 20w but it will come with an ego adapter, the spring loaded contact pin is gold plated for improved conductivity.

They didn’t include exact measurements for the MVP 3.0 but I suspect that it’s a bit bigger then the MVP 2.0 or MVP 20w.

You will be able to purchase the iTaste MVP3.0 from authorized Innokin vendors in early February 2015.

Buy a iTaste MVP V3.0 here

iTaste MVP 3.0 Features:

  • Battery: Built-in 3800 mAh polymer Li-Ion rechargeable battery.
  • Atomizer Resistance: 0.4 Ohm – 2.5 ohm
  • Tri-Color Battery Level Indicator
  • Variable Voltage: Voltage can be adjusted from 3.0 â€“ 9.0 volts in .1 volt increments
  • Variable Wattage: Wattage can be adjusted from 6.0 â€“ 30.0 Watts in .5 watts increments
  • Low Voltage Warning
  • Short Circuit/Atomizer Protection
  • The iTaste MVP3.0 features automatic real-time atomizer Ohms detection. If the resistance of the atomizer is lower than 0.4 the Ohms bar will blink and the MVP3 will not power on.
  • ‘Vape while charging’ Technology (pass-through)
  • Micro USB port
  • Remembers last Voltage or Wattage setting
  • Recharge other electronics with the USB output
  • High compatibility 510 connector

Technical Specifications:

  • Operating Voltage:    3.0V-9 V
  • Operating Wattage:   6.0W-.30W
  • Standby current: 100uA max
  • Maximum output Wattage: 30W
  • Maximum output Current:10A
  • Maximum output Voltage: 9V
  • Charging: Micro USB DC5V/1A
  • OUTPUT port ï¼šDC5V /1A



<p>Nathan is the founder of VapingCheap.com and dedicated to finding the best vape deals online. In 2008 he had his first vape on a DSE-901 e-cigarette and has loved them ever since. He created Vaping Cheap to help current vapers save money and to help smokers make the switch to vaping.</p>

12 COMMENTS
  • EvilBeast 01/29/2015

    I really can’t wait to see just how popular this device will become.Especially considering there are other similar options out now (istick,Defender,Cloupor mini30w ect.) The battery life is awesome,it looks pretty darn sexy imo and with its .4ohm limit and 30w it can hold its own with most vaping styles. I just know 2015 is going to be great year for vaping with devices like this coming out. I know this may not be my go-to device with the way I vape but I know I’ll be getting one for a reliable back-up or on-the-go device that I know will get the job done.

    PS: Does anyone know if there’s any truth to the rumors that Innokin is going to be releasing out a MVP with higher wattage and/or temp control..? Or is it for atleast awhile?

  • .... 01/30/2015

    There was an Innokin MVP3 bulletin back in Dec. just before the 20w came out, and just cutting a snippet out, it read,
    There will be more than one edition. One will be at a lower price point that will be at least 30W as well as an advanced edition that will run a customized Evolv chipset with precise higher wattage and feature new advances in technology which take it above and beyond the competition. There may be another very innovative model which will be launched in the future as well.

  • Tash 01/30/2015

    Thanks a lot for doing this review, I’d been impatiently waiting for it to come out. I own an MVP 2.0 & a Sigelei 100W Plus and love them both but I am a little disappointed with this new version since I was really hoping that the MVP 3.0 would be the same size or smaller with 40W-50W cuz I really want something with power and portability.I know about the eleaf’s new products but I’m not so sure about their product reliability. Damn! Now I don’t know what to spend my money on cuz I REALLY want to retire my MVP 2.0 and get something smaller with power.
    BTW I love this site and enjoy receiving the daily mail. Really appreciate the work you guys do. Thanks

    • jayel 01/30/2015

      Just get the Cloupor Mini, it’s selling for $32…or the Smok M65 for $48 if you want a more reliable brand. The price is so cheap, doesn’t really matter.

  • Wolffy's VapeLife 01/30/2015

    Ive been waiting for this for far too long. Id rather get a mvp over an istick just on the durability factor alone. Ive thrown a mvp against a brick wall before. It was beat up but the thing still worked three more months afterward. Great beater mod
    =^>

  • Chris Vhfan 01/30/2015

    I’m with Nathan on this one , what did your MVP do to piss you off to where you had to haul off and whip it against a brick wall ?

    Now i haven’t asked the MVP myself but my guess is if you asked the MVP directly it would concur and say it was not thrilled about being whipped against a brick wall .

    Thats just a guess and i can’t say with certainty that it doesn’t like to be beat on but i feel pretty confident on this one.

    Please try to make peace with your MVP , he’s probably devastated over this and is wondering what he did wrong .

    Just my opinion of course

  • Brandon 01/31/2015

    Sigelei has a mini 30 watt mod just released. It is smaller than the mvp, but doesn’t have a built in battery. Uses an 18650 that you charge via usb and has pass-through vaping. I’ve got one coming in the mail in the next couple days. I own the Istick 30 watt but the quality isn’t that great. Have problems with the fire button either sticking or not firing at all. I also can get it to 3 click to switch between VV/VW. Hence the order for the sigelei mini.

  • Brandon 01/31/2015

    *can’t 3 click

  • wpmember7 02/08/2015

    Would rather have the button on the atty side. Only reason I won’t buy it. The eGrip also has the button on opposite sides and just isn’t very comfortable.

  • logan c 03/27/2015

    I bought, and after about 2 weeks of use, one day my tank wouldn’t be read, it wasn’t connectiing and i can’t vape anymore. Anybody have any advice?

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