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Innokin Klypse Pro Kit

Innokin have release an upgrade to one of their classics, and Stephen got to try it out. Here's what he thought of the new Innokin Klypse Pro kit

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I was sent several Klypse Pro Pod Kits from Innokin directly. Thanks very much to them for letting me try them out. There are eight colour to choose from that you can see on the Innokin site.

Innokin are kind of the daddies of starter kits. I’ve bought quite a few of them over the years for other people simply because I trust them, they just work and last very well. Pod kits aren’t the only string to their bow either, you have the Kroma mods that go so well with the Zenith coil range for MTL vaping, the classic Coolfire mods, and they have also dipped into RDL capable mods and tanks as well, so I was excited to try out their latest pod entry.

The Klypse Pro is an upgrade on the original Klypse Kit that was released a while ago. It now has a 1000mAh internal battery so it’ll last longer, it has a small, discrete screen, and there is adjustable wattage so that you can use a variety of the pods and tune it to what you prefer. There’s also an added airflow system so you can dial in the perfect draw for you. Kept from the original design is the top cap, that will stop you getting gunk in your mouthpiece, and the top of the cap has magnets in it so you can pop it on the bottom of the device to stop it from going walkies like a lot of top caps tend to do. The magnets are strong too, and the cap makes a nice loud snapping sound when you fiddle with it. I really like that.

Design wise, I like that it’s quite understated with nice clean lines. There’s Innokin branding on it that lights up when you take a draw and that gives it a bit of class in my opinion. It’s not a bright light, just a nice addition to give the kit a bit of style.

In the box you get:

  • 1 Klypse Pro Device 
  • 1 Klypse Pod 0.6ohm (2ml)
  • 1 Klypse Pod 0.8ohm (2ml)
  • 1 USB Type C Charging Cable
  • 1 Quick Guide
  • 1 Warning Booklet

I was also sent some of the 1.2ohm pods to test out so I have the range of pods, and they are good pods, all designed for MTL vaping styles. The 0.6ohm will take 70/30 juice easily, and you can even get a restricted RDL draw on it without the coil burning. The 0.8ohm pod is a good blast of MTL vapour and you can still use your higher ratio juice in it if you stick to MTL. The 1.2ohm pod is perfect for 50/50 ratio juice, and the flavour really comes out on bar salt type juices, as well as your normal favourite 50/50 liquid. 

I started on the 0.6ohm pod with some home-made lime and strawberry juice, and it brings out the flavour well. You get a good plume of vapour, and the draw is satisfying with either MTL or RDL draws. The airflow fully open gives a lovely loose MTL and a good restricted RDL draw, even with chain vaping.

Moving onto the 0.8ohm pod, I was pleased with the flavour from both higher ratio juice and 50/50 juice. My own DIY liquid tasted really good in it, and I found myself leaning more towards the 50/50 due to the higher PG content boosting the flavour on the MTL draw. The autodraw works well, and I’ve had no stutters whatsoever, even with my weird MTL style of short, small draws that tends to confound other manufacturers.

The 1.2ohm pod is the best for your bar salt style juice and my own DIY 50/50 liquids. The draw is really satisfying, and even on the lowest airflow setting, I was getting a good amount of vapour without the usual coughing and spluttering I get on restricted MTL. The lowest airflow isn’t exactly super tight, but it should suit most users who do like their draw that little bit tighter than the norm with this coil.   


Innokin have made another great kit that will suit both starters and MTL lovers alike. The 1000mAh battery lasts me all day using the 1.2ohm pod, and I have been really pummeling it to see how long it lasts. 

The kit itself is nicely understated and looks classy, there’s the little screen to let you see the wattage and there’s also a lovely LED light that lights up the Innokin branding to also let you see how much battery power is left.

The pods are made well, and I’ve had no leaks yet. They give great flavour and a good amount of vapour that matches the resistance of the coils in them. The only thing I can really moan about is that you must remove the pod to see how much juice you have yet, but I’m not marking that as a con because it seems petty to try to find something to complain about.

Thanks again to Innokin for sending the Klypse Pro out to us for review.

  • Lovely understated looking kit
  • Good pods that give a good flavour
  • A nice range of resistances for the pods
  • Solid feeling kit
  • A useful top cap that stops gunk in the mouthpiece while in a pocket or bag
  • None
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Stephen Gitsham

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I was a very militant smoker for many years…why would I stop doing the only thing I had left that I liked doing?  Then I fell into vaping in 2017.  My wife bought a cheap kit off from Amazon that stopped working and I took it to a local vape shop to see what they could do with it.  An hour later and full of new knowledge about watts, ohms, and juice strength, I headed home with a new nautilus mini tank for her and raved to her about the helpful guy in the shop. I must have bored her with all my new found information.  I tried her vape that night, and a week later bought my own kit. Then I found POTV and the amazingly helpful and generous people on it. A month later I was making my own (disgusting) vape juice, and a month after that I was winding coils for my new RDA.  Six years on and I'm much better at making juice, and I now have no money but lots of shiny mods and tanks

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