Better flavour than T18 - the device for quitting (30 August 2017)
I've been vaping for 6 months or so now and while I love my big mods and sub-ohm tanks, I still use my basic MTL (mouth to lung - the style that most mimics smoking) ecig. My go to MTL was the Innokin T18E.
I bought the T20 because it said it could wick higher VG juices. It does. With ease. Meaning I have far more options of eliquid. This is a huge step forward for these higher resistance MTL devices.
The T20 is a real flavour boost compared to the Innokin T18. The Innokin T18/T22 were good but the Innokin T20 is better.
The T20 doesn't produce as much flavour as, for example, the Aspire Pockex - but the Pockex is still technically a sub-ohm device, and not something I'd recommend for someone straight away. It's a device I'd say to go for about a month after quitting.
In my opinion, when you just come of cigarettes your lungs are so bad and so full of gunk that it's impossible to go straight into sub-ohm vaping without some nasty coughing fits. However, the mouth to lung devices with a 1.5 ohm coil are gentle and you can also use a higher strength nicotine, so you will get your fix without the mega coughs.
As your lungs improve, (the gunk starts to filter out and your lung capacity increases) - you'll find it easier and easier to inhale from a sub-ohm device - this will happen within the first month.
So for me the perfect set up for someone new to vaping would be to get a Innokin T20 (if they can afford to, also pick up an Aspire Pockex at the same time – personally I would always recommend someone get 2 devices when they start – in case one breaks) and with those two you can interchange between flavour and nicotine.
I would recommend the T20 though as a must. It might not be the fanciest of ecigs, it doesn’t blow big clouds, it’s not your SMOK all muscle Schwarzenegger type of device – but it will get you off the fags in a way not many of the other devices can, it’s small, inconspicuous but ruthlessly efficient. Your habit will have a hard time standing up against this thing.
I started smoking at University and continued the habit for the next 14 years - smoking a whooping 30-40 cigarettes a day by the end... the innokin T range - they work. They aren't fancy but they really work.