Finally — the Innokin Endura T20 has arrived. We all know about the T18 and what a beloved starter kit it is. The portable and discreet vape pen was released in 2015 and is many vaper’s first pen. With the sequel now released, the Endura has seen upgrades and improvements. If you liked the T18 and are looking to replace it and trade in, or simply prefer using vape pens rather than mod boxes, you need to check out the T20 by Innokin.

This is a great starter kit to try because it is economically priced and is perfect for those vaping for flavor.

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The T20 is similar to the T18, its predecessor, but has some modifications that have improved it. With a 1500 mAh internal battery, 1.5 ohm coils (ideal for MTL vaping), and a 2mL tank capacity, this is a great pen to start on or continue vaping with, even as an intermediate vaper.

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So, what’s been tweaked? For one, the drip tip design is more tapered than the T18, and is somewhat similar to the Nautilus series, which is hugely popular. A removable cap has also been added, which is perfect for portability — this cap can double as a base stabilizer too, which is important when dealing with a vape pen (as opposed to mods, which have a larger base).

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As a starter kit, this Innokin T20 has the very-familiar singl ebutton firing design we know and love. No displays, no complications — just an easy-to-use firing button. There is no variable wattage to worry about to complicate things for new vapers.

There is no adjustable airflow, either. While some starter pens like the Kangertech have an adjustable airflow to allow for DTL (direct-to-lung) vaping as well as MTL (mouth-to-lung), the Innokin Endura T20 keeps it simple.

The T20 is designed for MTL vaping primarily, which is why it offers a 1.5 ohm, non-adjustable airflow experience (as opposed to a sub ohm vape pen with an adjustable airflow option). There will also be different vaping results based on the PG/VG ratio of your e-liquid(s).


As far as the coils go, the Prism coils used for the T20 are completely closed off, besides the 4 large juice inlets that are located at the base. The new coil design is equally adept at wicking higher-VG e-liquids as well as the lower-VG blends that are more common for MTL vaping. They are also cross-compatible — with the same dimensions as the T18E coils, you can use the T18E coils in the T20 if you don’t like the new ones.

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As far as discreet vape pens go, the T20 is definitely a stealthy device. Don’t bother chasing clouds with it, because it focuses more on MTL vaping and produces less vapor clouds than other models. When looking for the right pen for flavor to begin your vaping journey, the T20 by Innokin is without a doubt, a great option.

Of course, to keep things simple, a top-fill system is used. One thing you should know is to be careful when filling the tank — the top cap threading extends into the tank a few milimeters, so only fill up to the top of the tank or where specified in the Innokin user manual.


Just like the Kangertech starter pen, when you change coils, your tank has to either be empty or you have to drain it. The inbuilt chimney means that when changing the coil, you have to unscrew the tank base — and be sure to have the pen upside-down when doing so — or liquid will come out of the drip tip or down towards the battery.


The T20 was also improved by means of stability. The T18 was very wobbly (just like the Kangertech), because it is long, vertical, and has the USB charging port located at the base of the device (meaning, to charge the battery, the pen will have to lie on its side or be in use). However, now, the T20 relocated the USB port to the side so you can charge it standing up. Also, Innokin included a cap (used just like a marker cap), which wil protect the drip tip when you are transporting it — it also adds stability to the device.


Tech Specs

  • Dimensions: 125.4mm x 20.5mm (this includes the Prism T20 tank)
  • Battery: 1 x 1500 mAh, internal/integrated
  • Tank: Prism T20
  • Tank Capacity: 2 mL
  • Output Wattage: 13W, fixed
  • Resistance Range: 1.2 ohm — 3.5 ohm
  • Chipset: Innokin A1
  • Top Fill Design with Twist Off Cap
  • Coil Resistance: 1.5 ohm (12W — 14W)
  • Designed for MTL (mouth-to-lung) vaping
  • One-Button User Design
  • 510 Threaded
  • Micro USB for Charging (5V/1A)


Kit Includes

  • Endura T20 Vape Pen
  • Tank: Prism T20
  • 1 x 1.5 ohm Prism Coil
  • Drip Tip Cap
  • Accessories: 2 spare drip tips and o-rings
  • Manual


Price and Availability

The Innokin Endura T20 starter kit retails for around $25, which is a great deal. You can also get a 5-pack of coils for the T20 for only $10, which is perfect for beginning vapers.

You can purchase the Innokin Endura T20 online or in your local vape shop.

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