Innokin Plexar 100W Starter Kit Review

Innokin Plexar 100W Starter Kit Review

Good evening, vaper. We’re back with another vape review. Tonight, we will take a peek at a pen-style mod kit. Before you scoff and close this, you must know that it boasts 100W of glorious power – or so it claims. Also, Plex3D coil technology (whatever that means), and sub-ohm coils.

 

I will crack this puppy open, assemble it, take it for a whirl and tell you exactly what I think of it. You’ll hear my concerns, thoughts, complaints, compliments, and non-sequiturs. My goal is for this review to answer a very important question: is this starter kit worth the cheddar cheese? Well, we’ll have to find out.

 

Additionally, for the sake of completeness, I will also provide a pros and cons list that I’ll gather from other expert reviewers. This way, you can see the good, the bad, and the fugly with just a quick glance. Honestly, I received this for free for the sake of the review, but I will punish it with some heavy puffing and see if it stands the test of performance.

 

Before we get there, let’s look at the nuts and bolts:

 

Specs:

  • Dimensions: 149 x 25.6 mm
  • Material: Copper Alloy
  • Battery: Single 20700 Battery (Not Included)
  • Diameter: 25.6mm
  • Juice Capacity: 4.0mL
  • Coil Rating: 0.14ohm Plex3D Kanthal Coil (rated for 60 - 100W)
  • Material: Stainless Steel w/ Pyrex Glass Reinforcement

 

Features:

  • Push-Top Fill System
  • Innokin Plexus Scion Coil Line
  • Dual-Slotted Bottom Airflow Control Ring
  • O-Ring Seal
  • Detachable Structure
  • 810 Widebore Resin Drip Tip
  • 510 Connection
  • Optional 18650 Battery Adapter Included
  • Bottom-Threaded Battery Door
  • Single Intuitive Firing Button
  • LED Battery Indicator Light
  • Overheating Protection
  • Low Battery Protection
  • Charging Protection
  • Over-Discharge Protection
  • MicroUSB Port - 1.5A Max Charge
  • Short-Circuit Protection

 

Expert Opinions:

Mike Vapes 

Pros

  • Spare coils and spare glasses included
  • Plenty of venting on the mod – keeps it safe from overheating
  • Nice build – not a boring looking mod
  • User-friendly
  • The coil provides amazing flavor
  • The drip tip looks good, fits snug, and feels great
  • Affordable starter kit with sub-ohm tank

Cons

  • The top-fill compartment is slightly rattly

 

Vapor Trail Channel

Pros

  • Beautiful pen-style kit
  • Spare coil and glasses are always a thumbs up
  • A pleasant texture on the device
  • The paint feels like a fancy car’s
  • Lightweight but durable
  • The coils provide amazing flavor – great performance
  • Cloud-chasing is possible with this

Cons

  • More advanced than a starter kit – shouldn’t be named “starter kit”

 

Ecigclick Review

Pros

  • User-friendly and incredibly easy to use
  • The pack comes with a spare coil and a spare glass
  • This device is pocket-friendly without auto-firing dangers
  • Long-lasting battery life
  • Sturdy, durable build
  • Compatible with many different batteries
  • After a break-in period, the flavor has a magnificent taste

Cons

  • When charging the battery, sometimes it doesn’t fully charge
  • Unreliable coils
  • The top-fill compartment doesn’t completely lock

 

Review & Final Thoughts:

Moving on! Let’s open it up. Okay, the first pro right here: spare coil and spare glass included. Hell yeah. I’m looking at a 0.14ohm coil and the construction is impressive, but more on that later. The 810 drip tip is removable and has two O-rings set. There’s an arrow next to the drip tip that you push to remove the compartment so you can refill. With 4mL e-liquid capacity, this tank is pretty ordinary. It offers the typical features you’ve come to expect.

 

The stick mod itself is generic in every sense of the word. It feels odd, like the handle of a heavy-duty aluminum broom. . . or something? I can’t tell you, but I don’t like it. There’s a MicroUSB port conveniently located on the body of the device, though, so that should make up for it. The batteries fit easily in the battery slot. You have to unscrew the bottom compartment and make your replacement. One good thing about this was the lack of rattling. I am shaking it like a maraca and there is close to zero rattling. Not bad.

 

The fire button tells you the battery levels with three lights. It’s time to hit it. My coil is primed and ready to go. Not bad, but there was a little bit of a spit back. The top-fill compartment feels a little loose, maybe all my shaking messed it up. I think it slides open way too easily. What if I put it in my pocket and it leaks all over my pants? That would suck. The coil performs admirably, and the airflow control ring is the classic dial design.

As we conclude our summary of the Innokin Lexar 100W, let’s take a look at the pros and cons. The negatives are few but worth mentioning. There were a few discrepancies in complaints. Some reviewers found the coils unreliable, while others found them outstanding. Personally, I found them mediocre at best. Another negative comment was the top compartment. It rattles and it slides easily. It could come off while it sits in your pocket and creates a mess.

 

Overall, everybody enjoyed the good it brings to the table – good coils, solid sub-ohm tank, and powerful 100W mod capacity. In addition to the affordable price point, everybody ended up recommending this as a must-have. I don’t think it deserved that rating. It’s mediocre at best.