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Innokin iTaste 134 Mini – Here’s What We Know

Innokin iTaste 134 Mini – Here’s What We Know
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Innokin iTaste 134 Mini Pre-Release Sneak Peek

The iTaste 134 Mini, or the iTaste Mini 134, whatever feels right with you, is due to hit your favorite vendor’s stockrooms by the end of January, just in time for the Chinese Spring Festival to kick it on February 3rd.  An initial shipment will begin to arrive within the next week to 10 days, and we hope to be able to bring you a full review within a week after the official release date.

The iTaste 134 Mini promises to be every bit as good as it’s bigger brother, the massive (but massively awesome) Variable Wattage APV, and may actually outdo the standard 134 in performance. Innokin has had a few months to work out the kinks (what little there was) and will undoubtedly utilize what they’ve learned when building the mini version.

For an in-depth look at the iTaste 134 click here to read our review.

Below is what we know about the 134 Mini.

Innokin iTaste Mini 134 Starter Kit Features:

–       Variable Wattage: Wattage can be adjusted from 6.5 – 12.5 W in 1-watts increments.

–       Short Circuit Protection.

–       Reverse Battery Protection Circuit

–       ON/OFF battery switch

–       LED Battery Power Display via ON/OFF Button

–       10 second cut off

–       Compatible with Innokin’s own iClear16, iClear30iClear30S, iClear 30B, CE4, CE5, eGo, T2, T3, VIVI NOVA and other 510-threaded devices, from cartomizers to the most expensive rebuildables.

It weighs 1.5lbs, the dimensions are 7.75” x 5 x 2.5 “, comes in the stainless steel edition and the oh-so-cool black-plated edition. The mini 134 will stand 5 3/4″ tall, with a circumference of 1 1/4″

Like the older and bigger brother it will be constructed with high-grade Stainless Steel.

You’ll have two options for batteries, the 18350 and 18490 battery. The bottom end-cap will adjust for either one. In the past I’ve had much better luck, not to mention the length of the charge, with the 18490, one of the two battery sizes for the ProVape ProVari. The 18490 comes in 1100mAh versus the standard 800mAh of the 18350, so unless you’re looking for the shortest version of the iTaste 134 Mini the 18490 will give you a couple more hours of life between charges.

The iTaste Mini 134 Starter Kit comes with the body, one iClear 30 dual-coil tank, a slightly smaller metal hard case, and the instruction manual in 4 languages. The kit does not include a battery, so make sure you have a couple of properly working batteries already on hand, or better yet, pick up a couple of new ones just to be sure.

Pricing: All we know at this point is that our official supplier, MyVaporStore, and several others will carry the iTaste 134 Mini, and pricing will be somewhat lower than the standard iTaste 134. When we find out what the MSRP will be we’ll update this sneak peek. At this point in time I’m betting it will be right around $129.99, but don’t bet on it.

I don’t know about you but I can’t wait to get mine (in black of course). I use the standard iTaste 134 quite a bit, so a smaller, lighter version is just what the Vape Doctor ordered.

So what do you think? Are you excited about this new Innokin iTaste model? Are you planning on getting one? Speak out in the comments section below!

John Manzione – Publisher

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9 Comments

  1. Brian

    i have been checking those out. Now that they have the mini i might have to see what their all about. Only thing i know in my opinion its the coolest looking mo out there.

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  2. Bobcat131

    This looks very interesting! I have been wanting an iTaste 134 since I first saw a picture of it but was afraid it was too big. I like the Innokin products and have 2 already.

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  3. PeteC2

    Although I don’t know that I’d use the word “excited”, the smaller size does make the mini 134 much more interesting to me, and it might be something I could see myself purchasing. The 18350 battery should give it enough run-time for the situations that I would use it in, and the smaller size does appeal to me. Looking forward to seeing it upon release.

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  4. Joe

    This is good news! I have heard great things about the 134 and wanted one but went with It’s cousin the VTR instead. The 134 was a little to big for me so a smaller version might be something to look at. Plus to improve it’s performance is outstanding since all the reviews say that the original performs flawlessly and hits like a champ.

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  5. johnnyyuma

    This is good news. I’ve been thoroughly impressed with the 134 build quality and performance. A smaller unit will be perfect for out and about vaping.

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  6. Brian A.

    I have a full size Provari and thought about the full size 134 but I am deffinatly going to get this. I have yet to try a VW but I love my VV.

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  7. Karen Six

    I’m currently shopping around for my next device, which coincides nicely with the release of the Innokin iTaste 134 Mini! I like all the features of the big guys but prefer a more compact design, so this may just fit the bill. Can’t wait to read the full review when you get your hands on this!

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