Green means fully charged.
Orange indicates that charge has been depleted to the halfway mark.
Red indicates that it need to be recharged now.
There are 3 clicks to turn on the battery’s safety-lock.
Another really nice feature of the battery is the Pass-through. The Innokin LEA comes with a USB to mini-USB retractable cord, and with the pass-through it allows user to keep vaping on the device even when the battery has depleted by connecting the device the computer or wall socket (the kit I received came with a wall socket adapter).
Mesh feels good about the vapor performance of Innokin, and he wrote: “The vapor production is really good for such a small 3.7V device. I was getting really thick clouds of vapor with every drag from the Innokin LEA and each draw was smooth an easy, even with really short drags. This outperforms the default Ego-T e-cigarette in terms of vapor production.”
The Tank System
The Innokin LEA utilizes a tank system, very much like the Ego-T and 510-T’s. But most non-mod tank systems out there are guilty of producing cold vapor and fewer flavors, and the Innokin LEA is no exception.
The tanks of the LEA were pretty easy to fill which make this unit good for any beginner. Unlike the Ego tanks, the default tank caps of the LEA are made of silicon, and the seal it makes with the container itself is perfect. The piercing hole also fits snugly around the atty’s needle.
Even after one week of heavy usage, the testing showed no deterioration of the tanks and there were no leaks either. That’s a huge plus.
There weren’t anyleaks from the hole in the mouth piece either. Getting juice in the mouth is another thing the Ego-T is famous for. No problems at this end with the Innokin LEA.
Finally, Mesh made a conclusion of the testing, he wrote: “A lot of people who have reviewed the Innokin LEA have said that they really liked it and were happy with its performance, but flavor is a huge thing for me. I spend a fair amount of money on premium e-liquids and I want to taste the flavor I’m paying for. Good vapor production, but if the PV isn’t giving me the kind of flavor hit I’m used to, then I’d have to pass.”
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