The Innokin Endura T18 II Starter Kit is for beginners looking to get into vaping. It features a built-in 1300mAh battery that can be charged via micro USB, as well as a one-button operation, LED battery life indicator and three firing modes.
The kit includes the T18 Prism Tank, featuring a 2ml eliquid capacity. With adjustable airflow and 1.5 Ohm coils, this kit has been designed for increased flavour.
For Endura T18E replacement coils, click HERE.
Three variable wattage output settings
1.8ml top fill prism tank
Magnetic hygiene cover
2x 1.5ohm coils (T18E) 100% Japanese organic cotton
Integrated PCB safety and charging protection
Recharged by Micro USB
Micro USB Cable included
1x Innokin Endura T18ii Battery
1x Innokin Endura T18ii Tank
2x Innokin T18E Prism 1.5ohm coils
1x Magnetic drip tip cover
1x Spare drip tip (mouthpiece)
1x Micro USB charger
1x Spare O-ring pack
1x User Manual
1x Scratch authenticity code - check against official Innokin website
Height: tbc mm
Innokin T18E Prism tank coils (E coil version only) 1.5 ohm or 2.0 ohm
Eliquid PG50% VG50% and PG40% VG60%
New to vaping? Innokin Endura T18ii Vape Pen Quick Tips
Do not press the power button without liquid in the tank - this will damage the coil resulting in a burnt taste
Always allow the coil sufficient time to absorb the liquid - at least 10 minutes with this set up
Three quick clicks to switch on three quick clicks switch off
Check the power button back-light is green when pressed - if orange or red its time to charge
To use and produce vapour press and hold the button in 1-2 second bursts
Getting warm, getting hot? Use only in 1-2 second bursts - the device will heat with prolonged use and this is time to give it a rest and cool down before continuing to vape.
Make sure the battery is fully charged - it can take up to 4 hours to charge. Charge cycle is complete when the green light goes out.
Prism tank - when attaching the tank to the battery do not screw on overly tight. This is the same for any ecig, the top tank part only has to be screwed on only so much so it is in place and secure. If it is over tight it will cause connection issues (green light flashing or remains on). As with any item if the thread is screwed in at an angle it may make it difficult to remove, take care to keep it straight.
Avoid a leaky tank - make sure the coil is inserted straight and the top part forms a seal under the mouthpiece. Remove the mouthpiece and look down into the tank to make sure the top of the coil is centered, straight in line.
If it does not fire up and the green light remains on - this is a connectivity issue. 1. Check no liquid is on the battery connector pin head and it is clean. 2. Do not screw tank on overly tight.
If you experience a burnt taste:
a) the coil has been fired with no liquid
b) the wicking material inside the coil head has not been given sufficient time to absorb the liquid
c) quite simply use the provided spare coil.
A spare coil head is provided to get you started and as a back up replacement. If unfortunately you experience a burnt taste this does not mean the device is faulty it is simply time to replace the coil. Coils have a limited life span and should be replaced approximately every 5 - 14 days depending on how often it is used. Its not unusual for one coil to not function as well as another. This is something you will learn through experience whilst being common knowledge with every vaper. It is part of the nature of coils and vape products.