All iTaste MVP series lovers, rejoice. The iTaste MVP 3.0 pro has been released. Aside from looking like the previous iteration, the iTaste MVP 3.0 comes with top-of-the-line advanced features, including a nice golden mod.
Who doesn’t like gold? We sure do. Imagine the MVP 3.0 pro in a gold, premium finish. Simply wow! But enough with the bragging, we were fortunate enough to receive demo units and we got results. Keep reading!
A quick overview
The almighty Innokin iTaste MVP3.0 pro is a dedicated mid-wattage box mod designed with durability and power in mind. Indeed, the previous models lacked a mid-range device in their line. Namely, the iTaste MVP had a maximum output of 20 Watts, whereas the MVP 4.0 had an output of 100W.
The MVP 3 pro is a perfect missing link and we’re glad we got it as it has amazing configurable features and exclusive safety add-ons. With users in mind, the MVP3 pro was revamped to 0.2 ohms to preserve compatibility with other sub ohm tanks such as Aspire, Kanger, and Joyetech.
Aside from having a gold finish, the Innokin iTaste MVP3.0 pro features some quality of life improvements, yet there’s no real reason to compare it to the iTaste MVP4 as nothing new was introduced, except for a higher wattage level. The series is known for offering great mid-wattage vapor sessions, so comparing them would be a waste of time.
Instead, let’s talk about the package, or rather, the minimal package. Inside the box, you get the Innokin box mod, a 510 to eGo adapter (which is a good inclusion), USB cable and an iTaste MVP 3.0 pro manual. Not much, but to be honest, you don’t really need anything else.
As you unpack the MVP 3 pro kit, you’ll notice that the increased performance did not impact the size. Just like the Innokin MVP 3.0, the pro model has a pretty nice 4500 mAh battery. However, iPhone users will still need an extra USB output cable to charge their phones.
MVP 3.0 Pro: Vaping experience
To avoid any confusions, we’d like to admit that the box mod is an essential device for great vaping, although, the general vaping process greatly depends on the tank you have. For our two vaping sessions with the MVP3 Pro, we opted for Aspire Triton 2 tank, a 0.5 ohm Clapton Coil atomizer.
Suffice it to say, even on low voltage levels, the clouds were so large as if it was raining. To test the throat hit, we switched the wattage, and the device delivered a great experience. We found the LED screen to be somewhat small as the extra effort was needed to recognize the tiny digits.
On the flip side, the device is slim and easy to hold, so we think that a small display is not a big problem after all. You can definitely live with it.
The next thing we tested was, of course, the 35W mode, and straight from the get-go, we got smooth and effortless draws that were full of flavor. Enabling this mode makes you look like a vape god as the puffs are tremendous, to say the least.
Daily driver test of the MVP 3.0 Pro
Straight from the box, you’ll notice that there is no need to deal with 18650 batteries. This completely eliminates long charge sessions, as well as extra expenses on battery chargers. Due to a huge battery, the iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro works for 2 days on a single charge (phone charging excluded).
The device is amazing for what it is. It’s a good fit for both, boys and girls as it doesn’t require extra maintenance. The build quality is superb as it evokes a feeling that this thing will survive a nuclear strike. Yes, it’s basically indestructible. Lastly, the 510 connector does the job fine, which is always a good thing to have in a vape.
Also, inside the package, you’ll be greeted by a bunch of safety brochures, which made us think that the company is being overprotective. Why would one need a safety cut off if you plan on vaping like a dragon? This is an odd move from Innokin as having options is always better.
When the device switches into safe cut off mode, the only way to make it work as intended is to plug it to an external power source. Looks like the company failed to address this issue despite it being reported back when the Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 was a thing.
A good choice
Although the device might have its fair share of issues, the Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro is a nice product. It has a rechargeable battery that can charge your phone and a 510 connector. Oh, and let’s not forget about the build quality. We mentioned it throughout the review, but hear us out, it’s good.
Also, you get variable voltage and wattage modes that are really easy to switch on the fly. This is a neat package and aside from the gold finish, there are many different color choices.
Innokin iTaste MVP 3.0 Pro
Vape Rating: 81/100 by VapeHabitat.com