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iTaste SVD

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Innokin’s finest advanced personal vaporizer to date. This APV is packed to the brim with useful features. You could say that the Innokin SVD packs beauty, brawn and brains all in the same package!

All of the features you’ve come to expect in a high-end device can be found in the SVD. Variable voltage and wattage, resistance meter, safety circuitry and an easy-to-read LED readout are all there.

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9.2/11

Build quality ( 8.8 )
Ease of use ( 9.4 )
Performance ( 9.2 )
Price ( 8.7 )

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Smoked for 15 years, vaped from early 2013 - WOW what a difference. Really enjoy tasting something nice and not stinking of smoke all the time. Run marathons these days, couldn't have imagined that when I was smoking.
They sayI love this, great features and solid build quality. Plus, yi know, lightsaber
They bought it fromvapour-room.co.uk
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Their setupTends to be RBA's and drippers

 

Device information

Made byInnokin
TypeOriginal
Mod typeVarible Voltage
Battery typeAny 18XXX series, IMR recommended
Aimed atRegular Vaper

Reviews (9)

iTaste SVD 9.5

It can be long but you have the option to make it short for the price it can't be beat.

Atomiser used: iclear 30b,30s
Batteries used: 18350\'s 18650
Bought from: Ebay ! Best Price.........

Plusses
  • Frist Mod, works great !
  • easy to use and understand !
  • Price ! I paid 67 U.S. $ for the full kit, free shipping on Ebay
Minors
  • Threads on tube are mot tight
  • button could of been put in a better place
  • Not alot of nagative's for the price point .
Posted on March 26, 2014 4:40 am
iTaste SVD 4.1

I purchased the SVD at a local B&M, but only kept it for a few weeks before passing it along to another vaper. Quite simply, there was nothing about the SVD that I liked. The build quality of the telescoping body is poor. Changing battery sizes is a major hassle to adjust with fine threading. And the strange 3 button design always seemed to be in the wrong place a the wrong time, especially if needing to make adjustments in low light.

Not recommended.

Atomiser used: iClear 30S, ProTank3
Batteries used: 18650, 18350
Bought from: Local B&M

Plusses
  • Telescopic
  • Variable Wattage
Minors
  • Poor build quality
  • Poor 3 button user interface
  • Much larger than comparable mods
Posted on January 6, 2014 2:19 pm
iTaste SVD 10.5

Bought this MOD for it's versatility, being telescopic I can use any size IMR 18xxx battery. I mostly use the 18500 to keep the mod at a length I like and a duration I can live with. (still keep a spare handy)
I can use any 510 or eGo threaded attys.
It has all the normal safety features of todays best mods.
Easy to navigate functions, heck their laser etched right on the mod.

Atomiser used: Pro Tank & Evod BCC
Batteries used: EH 1100mAh IMR 18500
Bought from: Fasttech

Plusses
  • Affordable
  • Versatile
  • Quality
Minors
  • Can't complain (see Positive points)
Posted on December 3, 2013 5:11 pm
iTaste SVD 9.8

Awesome device, loving it so far, the only thing is the fact that once in a while it when you press the fire button it doesn't fire, rarely happens but it does and also after a while the + button is getting a bit loose and rattles a bit if you shake the device. But overall its a great device for the price, recommend.

Atomiser used: Kanger evod
Batteries used: AW IMR 18350
Bought from: 2smok.com

Plusses
  • Performance
  • Design
  • Price
Minors
  • Build Quality
Posted on November 17, 2013 9:43 pm
iTaste SVD 10.2

Needed a replacement for my beaten to death Vamo so I ordered an svd from fasttech. Very pretty light saber mod. Works well, but I found it to be moody when using low resistence deliveries, especially with single 18350 batteries. It would misfire a little to often and turn off for no apparent reason. The 18650's fair better. Overall pretty decent though

Atomiser used: Evods, 510 drippers, RDA
Batteries used: 18650 single or 18350 single
Bought from: fasttech.com

Plusses
  • Cheap
  • Looks
  • VV, VW, 5.0 amp output, Battery configs
Minors
  • Low resistance performance
  • No lightsaber blade, or hum
Posted on August 30, 2013 5:26 pm
iTaste SVD 7.6

This mod is just meh. I honestly think that the MVP is a better vape.

Atomiser used: Trident
Batteries used: MKNE 18650
Bought from: local B&M

Plusses
  • Easy to use
  • Cheap
Minors
  • screen should be flush mount
  • buttons kinds suck
Posted on August 30, 2013 5:23 pm
iTaste SVD 11.0

This is the first mod I ever purchased, and I still use it in my daily rotation. Everything I've put on top of it sits flush and fires. VV and VW mode with battery meter and Ohmmeter for under $40? Seriously?

Atomiser used: Protank 2
Batteries used: Efest 18350
Bought from: Fasttech

Plusses
  • well built
  • performs flawlessly
Minors
  • screen is not flush mounted
  • awkward button position
Posted on August 30, 2013 3:30 pm
iTaste SVD 10.2

In my opinion, there is very little between this and the Vamo series. While the Vamo V3 has a superior screen, this has the higher build quality.

Performance wise, it's hard to fault. There is only so much that a mod can do, and this does it all. Ohms checker, battery life indicator, Variable Voltage/Wattage, short circuit protection, and all the usual built in safety features.

The buttons are all nicely labelled so it's pretty hard to mis-use.

The real thing that gives this the edge over the Vamo V3 for me is the button positions seem better designed for 18350 mode. With the Vamo, operating in short mode makes the fire button in an awkward position for me, whereas this one is still positioned in a 'natural' position.

Looks wise I find the telescopic nature rather than 'extension tube' setup to be more visually pleasing, but each to their own.

Atomiser used: Kayfun Lite, Igo-L
Batteries used: 18350, 18650
Bought from: FastTech

Plusses
  • Cheap
  • Full range of features
  • Easy to use
Minors
  • Needs a better LCD
Posted on August 29, 2013 7:01 pm
iTaste SVD 9.8

I took a long time working out what to upgrade to from my ego style tank mod and after much reading and deliberation I got the SVD. It's telescopic so can work in shorty mode with a single 18350 right up to longboy 2x stacked 18350 mode. Styling is kinda star wars lightsaber and I love it. The threads could be a little better but otherwise build quality is top notch and it works brilliantly for me.

I got the kit which came with the short and long battery tubes and 2x iclear 30's. You can use either tube in whatever battery config but the longer tube looks better in lightsaber mode. The iclears were my first proper clearo, I use RDA's mostly these days but I still go back to the i30's from time to time because they're just that good.

It's VV and VW and allows you to switch between modes easily and the three buttons make it a dream to use, resistance check is almost a must for RDA's and the SVD has it onboard. It's not subtle in the slightest, but that's why I like it.

Atomiser used: Bunch of RBA/RDA\'s
Batteries used: stacked 18350 or single 18650
Bought from: vapour-room.co.uk

Plusses
  • Lightsaber
  • Usual Innokin high quality
Minors
  • It's pretty big
Posted on August 23, 2013 4:25 pm

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