New battery tech from Innokin looks revolutionary

It sounds like Innokin is about to announce something REALLY big

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A document that appears to be part of a future press release promises a revolutionary battery technology breakthrough from vape manufacturer Innokin. It may be something that will be revealed at this weekend’s ECC 2017 event in Ontario, CA.

The document below was given to Vaping360 by Mountain Oak Vapors chief operating officer Dimitris Agrafiotis, who promises that he doesn’t know any more about it than anyone else.

Agrafiotis has had a long relationship with Innokin, first as a YouTube reviewer, and later as the organizer and Chairman of SEVIA USA, the advocacy group formed by the most powerful Chinese vape manufacturers.

Our world runs on power. Technology innovation is the proof of evolution that changes how we do everything. From the beginning, Innokin Technology has been a leader in developing various vaporizer technology for tobacco harm reduction. After years of research, it has made a breakthrough that will truly reshape the vaping industry. This technological advancement will not only be for vaping, but it can be used in many other applications across other industries that utilize rechargeable batteries.

Innokin’s battery technology will change the way we all vape. It is proven to be faster, longer-lasting and above all, safer. This is the Innokin Energy System. A power solution that will not only improve the core of vaping, but contribute to sustainable energy solutions.

By pushing the boundaries of current rechargeable battery standards, it is capable of charging at a rate that is one hundred times faster than existing batteries. The battery is able to handle a high volume of power transfers because it has a uniquely built cell structure that is equivalent to the lifespan of one hundred traditional cells. This technology utilizes advanced chemistry within the cells, making them safer to use in sustained high-power applications.

Sustainable energy is the heart of our new world. Innokin’s energy technology will help create a safer smoke-free future for vaping and more.

Charging 100 times faster and safer in high-power applications? That might be a game changer not just for vaping, but for all kinds of smart technology products.

We’ve seen recent research on batteries from Stanford that promises fireproof cells, and even more exciting news about the inventor of lithium-ion cells developing solid-state batteries. But what Innokin is suggesting might be the most important advance on the horizon in rechargeable battery tech.

Jim McDonald

I spend most of my time studying the regulatory, legislative and scientific challenges to vaping, advocating for our right to exist, and talking with others who do the same. Consider me a source for information, and feel free to agree or disagree with anything I say. I love good coffee and sweet Michigan cherries. My childhood hero was Gordie Howe.

  • Ron J. Rushley

    Sounds great to me.
    Hopefully it will be available in the 18650 format and be around 3,000 mAh or better?

    • Jim McDonald

      Well, so far we have no idea what it even is. So…maybe.

  • Asylumsix

    Sounds too good to be true… 200A charging? Would be insane for cars etc though..

  • charlie

    Thomas Edison complained about battery promises that were overblown. These days, every few weeks, a huge battery breakthrouogh is announced. They all have one thing in common. We never hear any more about them.

    A real nanotech super battery would be a huge deal. Among other things, it would crush the price of oil and end the terror war.

  • Murray_B

    My mods charge upside down in a three pound steel coffee can overnight. As long as they charge within 8 hours I don’t care about the charging rate. A power supply that could deliver 100 amps at 4.2 volts or so would be pretty large even if it was a switcher. I would expect to be as large as a toaster but quite a bit heavier. Drawing 400 watts or so from a cigarette lighter socket in a car would probably blow the fuse. Faster charging is not much of an improvement but If the new Innokin cells last longer than the current ones that would be good.