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Innokin Gozee Kit

Innokin are going for the knockout with the Gozee Kit, the new featherweight champion of the world!

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In this modern era of “pod mods” and “disposables”, it’s refreshing to see Innokin, long time advocates of decent yet affordable starter kits, come out with a traditional “mod and tank” setup aimed squarely at the starter market. Innokin declare their latest Gozee kit to be a “featherweight champion” so let’s dive down and see if it’s really a technical knockout.


  • 35.7 x 27 x 75mm
  • 73.7 grams (Without Tank)
  • Lightweight PC & ABS construction
  • 2100mah internal battery / 2amp USB-C charging
  • Output 6~60 watts / 1.0~7.5 volts
  • Resistance range 0.2Ω~3.5Ω
  • Z-tank included (Z+ tank in non-TPD markets)
  • Compatible with Z-Coils

Innokin Gozee Kit boxed

The Innokin Gozee is available in six vibrant colours and comes in their environmentally friendly cardboard packaging which is 100% recyclable. I was sent the blue and black versions to test.

Innokin Gozee Kit and contents

Inside the box you’ll find the Gozee mod with the Z tank (Z+ tank in non-TPD regions), a spare Z-coil (one is preinstalled in the tank), a useful quick start guide, and a USB-C charge cable.

Innokin are particularly proud of the lightness and compact size of the Gozee mod along with the double injection moulding process used in its polycarbonate and ABS plastic construction. First impressions out of the box were that they have every right to be!

Innokin Gozee Kit up close

This really is tiny in the hand and is super lightweight at just 73.7grams. For reference I weighed a couple of different 21700 batteries which came in at 67 and 72 grams respectively! The double injection moulding process gives you a clear outer shell with a softly rounded pebble like finish and a coloured layer underneath sporting three dimensional Gozee and Innokin logos on either side of the mod. This works best on the blue version (and presumably the other coloured variants) but gets a little lost on the black one which just ends up looking like a bland black block unless you catch it in just the right light.

The buttons all have a slightly concave curve making them easy to locate with your fingertips with zero button rattle, and I love the matching colour buttons on the face plate as this really makes them stand out.

The Gozee sports a simplified chipset ideal for beginners to use, with wattage only adjustable from 6 to 60 watts in 0.5 watt increments. Innokin have always used a slightly non-standard control scheme:

  • Three clicks will turn the device on or off
  • To adjust the wattage, you first have to hold either the up or down button for a couple of seconds until the wattage begins to blink before you can make any adjustments.
  • Pressing power and up will show a second screen showing your current battery voltage, coil resistance, puff counter and reset puff counter.
  • Pressing power and down will lock the up and down buttons.
  • Pressing up and down will bring up a sub menu allowing you to adjust the maximum puff time and the screen timeout.

That might seem like a lot, but in reality you’re only really going to need to remember three clicks to turn it on/off and to hold the up or down button for a couple of seconds to adjust the wattage, so this is about as simple as it gets without handing someone a dumb bypass only mod. The information on screen is well laid out and is easy to read, although it can be a bit difficult to see in direct sunlight.

Innokin Gozee Kit top and bottom

Up top is a standard spring loaded 510 platform which is raised just a hair above the outer shell to avoid scratches, and there’s just about enough room here for most “24mm” atomisers, I was able to fit one with a 23.8mm diameter with no overhang but that’s the limit.

The Gozee has a built in 2100mAh battery with 2Amp charging capability via the USB-C port on the front. In my test, this actually peaked at 1.37 amps but spent most of its time just below the 1 amp mark with a final reported usable capacity of 1952mAh, the relatively slow charge rate meant a very long charge time of 2 hours and 29 minutes as well. (NOTE: this arrived literally the day I was going on holiday so I had to bring an older test kit with me to do this so I might repeat this once I get home to see if the results are the same.)

**Now that I’m back home I was able to do an updated charge test with a more modern piece of kit and the results were much better:

Charging peaked at 1.87 amps and stayed well above 1 amp for the bulk of the time, only dipping below this after 1900mAh. A Full charge took 1hr 38 minutes with a final recorded capacity of 2104mAh.**

Innokin Gozee Kit Z tank

The Gozee kit includes the Z tank which uses the tried and tested Innokin Z-coil system (previous called the Zenith coil system). This comprises of a 2ml PCTG top fill tank section that the coils slot into from the bottom with an adjustable airflow ring that screws onto the base.

The good news here if you’re nickel sensitive is that the full Z-coil range is Kanthal which means they should be suitable for everybody, and they range from a super tight MTL up to a restricted direct lung. Two coils are included, a 0.8ohm and a 1.6ohm, both of these come under the MTL category, but I was actually able to get a very restricted direct lung hit off the 0.8ohm coil. With this direct lung hit, the flavour was superb but I’d probably need to up the nic content to 6mg from my usual 3mg to keep me satisfied. As for the direct lung coils in the range, I suspect that the airflow on the Z tank would be too restrictive for the 0.3ohm coil, but you might have better luck with the 1.0ohm coil.


  • Compact lightweight design
  • Easy to use
  • Good battery capacity
  • Compatible with z-coils


  • Slow charging


The Gozee mod still manages to feel solid despite its lightweight PC and ABS construction and is a perfect mod to throw in a pocket, it’s been a perfect travel companion for me on holiday. I do like the effect of the clear outer shell over the coloured interior, but I’d avoid the black and go for one of the more brightly coloured options if you want this to really stand out. Innokin claim this has a durable finish but that goes a little beyond the scope of this review so only time will tell how that clear outer shell holds up to scratches and the like over time.

The Z tank is a perfect match for the Gozee mod, the coils are all Kanthal and are largely aimed at MTL use, plus they are readily available as well which is a bonus.

Overall then the Innokin Gozee kit is something I would happily recommend to a new vaper as a great starting off point. It makes a perfect travel mod as well thanks to its lightweight design and good battery capacity.

Many thanks to Innokin for sending the Gozee kit out for review.

Innokin Gozee Kit handcheck

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Antony Lord

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I was a twenty a day smoker for 25 years and like most smokers I was always going to quit "next week". Having hit my mid forties and having the usual smokers cough and difficulty with anything more than moderate exercise it was obviously time to give up the cancer sticks. I bought my first e-cigarette in 2013 when they were expensive, difficult to find and quite frankly... crap. I used it for about a week then went back to the roll ups, mark up another failed quit attempt. The fact that I had just changed jobs and was under quite a lot of stress probably didn't help. Move on to 2016 and whilst I was browsing eBay I noticed that one of the suggested items that would occasionally pop up was for a cheap e-cigarette. It looked similar to the one I'd bought 3 years earlier but it was only £5 (about 8 times cheaper than before) so I decided to give it another go on a whim. Once the kit arrived I managed to gradually replace the cigarettes with my new kit over a two month period and got into watching YouTube reviews for newer kit. My cheap and cheerful kit was replaced by a more upmarket affair, and being a noob I made a mistake once it arrived... I put in the supplied direct lung coil, this was of course a complete revelation and I haven't touched a cigarette since. Oh and I no longer spend the first five minutes of every day having a coughing fit either.

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