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January 29, 2016

Innokin Endura T18 Review

Innokin Endura T18 Intro

Today we review the new Innokin Endura T18, a fantastic little mouth to lung vape pen targeted towards smokers looking to switch to vaping. Recently mouth to lung vaping has taken somewhat of a back seat to the more “trendy” sub ohm vaping, which mostly consists of direct lung inhales. This is probably because of the massive influx and rise in popularity of sub ohm tanks over the past year. Since the Aspire Nautilus Mini, Aspire K1 and Kanger Aerotank V2, there hasn’t really been much in the way of new mouth to lung tanks. It seems as though the Chinese manufacturers are focusing all their attention on the lucrative sub ohm market.

I am very happy to see that Innokin has decided to make a new device with the focus on the mouth to lung draw. After all, this is what most smokers are used to and will be looking for from their first vape. Do we finally we have something we can recommend to beginners that isn’t just an Ego or Nautilus Mini?!

Innokin Endura T18 Specs and Features

Kit Content

  • 1 x Endura T18 Battery
  • 1 x Prism T18 Airflow Tank
  • 1 x Extra Prism T18 1.5 ohm coil
  • 1 x Endura Vape Stand
  • 1 x Micro-USB Charging Cable


  • 1000 mAh Battery Capacity
  • Top Fill Twist Design
  • Prism Airflow Technology
  • Tank Resistance: 1.2 Ohm (minimum)
  • 100% Organic Cotton Coil
  • 2.5ml E-Liquid Capacity
  • Matching Delrin Drip Tip
  • Maximum output Wattage: 14W
  • Maximum output Current: 3.5A
  • Maximum output Voltage: 5.5V

Notable Remarks

Using the Endura T18

Innokin Endura T18 Aesthetics
Innokin Endura T18 Aesthetics

The Endura T18 can be USB charged and can be vaped whilst charging. The Prism coils are easy to install into the tank and the tank can be re- filled from the top. The Endura T18 also features a battery indicating LED that shows you roughly how much charge you have left. Green is almost fully charged, yellow is half power and red indicates you need to re-charge the battery.

We tried a range of e-juices on the Endura Prism tank and would recommend using a VG/PG ratio no higher than 70/30, otherwise you risk the coil not wicking properly. The flavor with higher VG e-liquid might be more muted than when using a 50/50 or higher PG e-juice blend. That is why we use a 65% PG e-liquid to provide more flavor and a better throat hit when using the Endura.

We won’t talk too much more about how to use the Endura T18, as it is extremely simple to use. There is a nice break-down drawing by Jimmith on the inside of the box to show you how to use the device.



Innokin Endura T18 Handcheck
Innokin Endura T18 Handcheck

The Endura T18 is smaller than its larger brother the T22 and is the same sort of size as your standard ego e-cig. The Endura fits nicely in your pocket, but isn’t quite as stealthy as the Juul basic kit or Joyetech Ego One. For those new to vaping and who are looking for something that is relatively portable and inconspicuous, the T18 is a pretty good fit in terms of size.


The draw and mouth piece do a fantastic job of replicating the experience you would be used to from a cigarette and is similar to that of the Juul. The draw is absolutely spot on and is ideal for those looking to switch from smoking to e-cigarettes.

Coil Longevity

Innokin Endura T18 Prism 1.5 Ohm Coil
Innokin Endura T18 Prism 1.5 Ohm Coil

The Prism coils, whilst slightly unusual in appearance, last for ages. We vaped our Endura T18 for around a month before we had to replace the first coil! This is pretty amazing and means you won’t have to be investing a huge amount of money into coils, like you might have to on a sub ohm tank.

Top Fill

Innokin Endura T18 Prism Top Fill
Innokin Endura T18 Prism Top Fill

The mouth to lung tanks of old, were all bottom fillers, but the T18 can be conveniently filled from the top. Re-filling from the top is easy and there is plenty of space for pouring the e-liquid in.


The flavor on the Endura Prism coils is fantastic and similar to that of the Nautilus Mini or Kanger Aerotanks. We would however, go as far as saying that the flavor is slightly better on the Endura T18 than the Nautilus or the Kanger Aerotanks!

Tank Capacity

Innokin Endura T18 Prism Tank
Innokin Endura T18 Prism Tank

The T18 has a 2.5ml e-liquid capacity and comes with a pre-installed 1.5ohm Prism coil head. The 2.5ml tank capacity when vaping on the T18 device will last you longer than a day.


For a beginner the T18 is fairly simple to use and doesn’t feature any adjustable wattages or airflow. Simply fill your T18 with juice and you are good to go. This makes the T18 perfect for any first time vaper. If you are looking for a longer battery life and adjustable wattages, take a look at the Innokin T22, which is a slightly larger version of the T18.

Easy Coil Swap System

Innokin Endura T18 Prism Easy Coil Swap System
Innokin Endura T18 Prism Easy Coil Swap System

Like the Innokin iSub series, the Endura features the easy coil swap system. This makes swapping coils a piece of cake and reduces the mess made when doing so!


USB Cover

Innokin Endura T18 Micro USB Charging Port
Innokin Endura T18 Micro USB Charging Port

The Innokin Endura T18 is pretty flawless and we do not have any major complaints with it whatsoever. If we were being nitpicky, we would say that the USB cover is a little bit flimsy and can be easily snapped. It’s neat, but not very strong.


Overall we think the Innokin Endura T18 is one of the best mouth to lung devices on the market. It is perfect for smokers who are looking to switch to vaping, given its resemblance in draw, to a cigarette. It is also a fantastic portable vape for vapers who enjoy a mouth to lung style draw. We are very glad Innokin released this product as the mouth to lung market really needed a new device like this.

This is an outstanding vape and we can whole heartedly recommend the Endura T18 to those looking for their first vape!

Chris Kendell is the co-founder of Vaping360. He started the website with his brother and co-founder Alex in 2014, after Alex introduced him to vaping. Chris was immediately won over by the revolutionary and potentially lifesaving impacts that vaping can have on our society. In his minuscule spare time, you can find Chris travelling and exploring new places from his base in Germany, eating delicious food and enjoying a range of different sports.

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I have a innokin disrupted with innokincell c50 what watt should I set the t18 coil to?


Hello! I am new to vaping and currently comparing the T18 to Aspire Mini Nautilus. I am wondering If I can use Kai’s Virgin Vapor Razzmatazz and similair organic juices with the T18 as well, or if that’s only true for the Aspire Mini?


But why this kind of DripTip like a stovepipe? Since subohm vaping these Driptips are the only ones we can get! They are far from beeing ergonomic for MTL Vaping!


Can i use this tank with Coolfire 4 plus, 70 watt mode?


The majority of this post may only apply to the T18E (which was the T18 only the tank was made smaller for EU regulations). Yes and you should – I was using it with the battery that came (EU version T18E) and found the 14 watts to be too high. Atomisers only lasted a day or so. Switched the base (any with a 510 watt control – NOT temp control though) – and set the wattage to 9.6w – perfect. You can safely go up to 14 but don’t expect coil longevity on the shorter EU tanks.


Is this anything like the kangertech dripbox 60w?

Alex Kendell

No, not at all. Totally different design and set-up.


Hi. I am looking for a good MTL system – am fairly new to vaping. I am allergic to PG so have to vape VG only. I am assuming this device will not be best for me then? Do you have a suggestion for me? Thank you.

Alex Kendell

Hey Johanna, that is a tricky question seeming as I have not tried any of my MTL devices with pure VG yet. Most of the modern MTL devices can handle a lot of VG but pure VG might be too much, I think you should take this question to reddit or to ECF.



Just one question. Under the specs, it says the tank has a 5ml juice capacity, yet under Tank Capacity, you say it has 2.5ml juice capacity. Which is it?

Alex Kendell

2.5ml. Sorry, must have been a typo. It has been edited, thanks for letting me know!

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