The Innokin Endura T20S Starter Kit is a compact pen-style vape device intended for beginner users or for more experienced vapers in search of a backup sub ohm kit. Featuring a 1500mAh built-in battery, it comes with the Innokin Prism-S tank featuring adjustable airflow and a threaded top fill system.
Constructed with a sleek, steel finish, this device is perfect for vaping on the go with its pocket-friendly design. A single button operation serves to activate, lock and unlock the device for a simple operation.
An LED light indicator displays battery clear clearly, when out of charge simply plug the cable into the USB port located at the rear of the kit.
The chipset also offers multiple protections including against Low Resistance, Short Circuit and Low Voltage, securing your device for a longer lifespan.
The Innokin Prism T20-S Sub-Ohm Tank has a 2ml capacity and is ideal for sub ohm vaping. To refill, simply unscrew the threaded top fill cap and fill with an eliquid of your choice before screwing back in.
A dual adjustable airflow allows the user to customise their inhale, for an open or more restricted inhale. Due to the wattage output, this sub ohm device provides a MTL (Mouth To Lung) draw, similar to that of a cigarette.
Featuring a 0.8 Ohm Prism S coil pre-installed, we recommend using this with high PG eliquids of 50% and above for best performance.
If you're after a sub ohm device in a pocket-friendly, MTL format then the Endura is for you.
Endura Mod Features:
Prism T20-S Sub-Ohm Tank Features:
Important Information About Sub Ohm Vaping:
This device is (partially) designed for sub-ohm vaping. It requires more vaping experience to use safely, and extra care should be taken when using a sub ohm tank. Sub Ohm coils will only work on a mod capable of firing sub ohm atomisers, and Ni200 coils will only work on devices capable of Temperature Control. Please ensure that your batteries can handle the extra power requirements and that your mod can handle the amps.
We also advise not to use any e-liquid with more than 6mg of nicotine for sub ohming, as your vapour may taste harsh. Sub ohm vaping produces a bigger throat hit than standard coils, and extra care should be taken.
By MAJA from London
Bought as replacement for my Pocket X and wanted to keep a pen vape (I find Mods too bulky). The Endura came recommended as a quality product.
Although somewhat easy to use (coil replacement) and a decent battery time (1 day without issue) it is also incredibly leaky.
Found myself having to carry it in a glasses pouch to avoid ruining shirts, trousers etc. Worse; the coil wouldn't last 4-5 refill. Sure I vape a fair amount but wasn't worth the cost.
I also found the metal inside the tank lost its plating after 1-2 months use. Do not recommend.
By Heb from England
This kit leaks, the coils are difficult to replace properly and most importantly coils do not last more than 2-3 days with all e-liquids. Even tried 50VG/50PG e-liquids for a week with the .8 Ohm Prism S coils that this site kindly enough offered because of my dissatisfaction, however they refused to replace this unworthy product, since it was not faulty. This is seriously bad and should not be sold anywhere. Stay as far away as possible from it.
By GiPPO from Hungary
This is my first vape kit. I have switched to vaping from smoking and so far I am very satisfied. The battery lifetime is enough for me and although I charge it every day, I have never managed to got it on low even if I haven't charged it for 2 days. Build quality is nice as well, although I have managed to get a little scratch on it (black color), because I wasn't paying attention and put it next to my keys.
I had some leaking problem, but it was because I wasn't assembling the tank together correctly. FYI: always screw the bottom ring on without the drip tip screwed in, THEN screw the drip tip in Also make sure that the coil is inserted correctly. Otherwise it may leak from the air holes.
One con though: the replacement coil I got with it was defective in a way that I couldn't fit into the tank The last part of the coil got a bit larger than it supposed to be and basically it cannot be inserted into the tank. Good thing I got a 5-pack coil kit as well, although I'm not even sure I was supposed to change the coil, but I did anyway, because I have been using if for more than 2 weeks (no distinct burnt taste, still good vape generation - I was very hesitant) because I was changing from menthol liquid to sweeter ones.
By Caz from North Wales
I've been smoking for a good 30 years hand rolling tobacco around 30-40 a day sometimes more, my friend gave up smoking a few months ago after 20 years around 50-60 a day sometimes more he was a heavy smoker. He came home with a Eleaf iStick TC40W he tells me to write, from that day he just stopped smoking which honestly amazed me because he has tried before over the years with gum, spray etc with no success. At first I did think give it two weeks he'll be back on the fags which never happened, so I asked him to get me a vape kit to try. He showed me the T20-S Starter kit & asked me to pick a colour as he said it would be ideal for me as I could always upgrade at a later date, I love it it's very easy to use also turn on & off I am very grateful to him as I haven't smoked since I started using it. I also love the taste of the vape which again he helped me pick, a fruity 50%VG 50%PG as he is teaching me about different VG PG ratio's. Plus a excellent service from VapeClub, the order came quick & well packed. I would definitely recommend the Innokin T20-S Starter Kit to anyone wanting to quit smoking, but remember to look after it. I've been lucky to have someone to help me but otherwise look online YouTube, how to clean your tank & change coils.
By OscarV from Holland
I have no idea why this kit is receiving good reviews. Having used it for almost 2 weeks, not only would I not recommend this to anybody. It was so bad that I bought a different mod that is now on it's way to me by post.
The kit leaks. A lot. Be prepared to lose a lot of e-liquid due to simply having to clean it from the air holes. And that isn't even the biggest problem: since the coil can not be securely fastened the juice finds some way to get into the drip tip. Which means that over half the time when using the T20S, you will be swallowing drops of e-liquid.
With the 3rd new coil it started out better but after a day it went back to gurgling the e-juice to the drip tip (and into your mouth)
I have tried 2 different juices, 3 new coils, I tried following the advice given online. Nothing works. This is simply a horrible kit, unless you like the taste of e-liquid I would stay way from the Endura T20-S.
By Sal from UK
This is by far the best MTL kit out now.
I had the T18 and several different brand devices since I gave up smoking last January.
Some were better than others but this is seriously fantastic.
The T20S surpasses all other MTL tank devices when it comes to flavour and throat hit.
I haven't had better thus far and would recommend this to anyone quitting smoking or anybody who likes a punchy throat hit and excellent flavour.
By Kingerax from London, UK
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.