The Innokin iClear 30 Dual Coil Clearomizer has a large 3ml capacity, 16 wicking threads and 360 degree rotatable mouthpiece!
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Posted by eciguser on 29th Nov 2013
not bad, it works okay, but with the plethora of new clearos out there, it doesn't really stand out, i'd say it looks better than it performs!
Posted by Tristan on 20th Aug 2013
I've tried various other clearo's (VapeOnly BCC, Innokin CE5, ViviNova, to name a few) and this has been the best of all! Great taste, heaps of vapour and the dual coil and wicking system seems to work great with thicker liquids compared to single coil/wick systems. I had no problems with leaking until I dropped it and this is the only bad thing I've found, is that the connection for the base is a "press-fit" - a solid design would make this a 6 star product! Replacement coils are one of the most expensive I've come across ($3 each) but the taste is definitely worth it :)
Posted by svetla vassileva on 18th Jun 2013
easy to use, a lot of warm steam and great taste.
seller is absolutaly serious!!!
for me better than vivinova
Posted by Morris on 3rd Jun 2013
Initially I wanted to give it a 4-star review, but when compared to the Protank, it drops down to a 3.
The swivel head has a nice feel to it.
Dual coils don't really add much to vapour production IMO
3.0ml capacity should NOT be reached, as it will gurgle like a mofo.
Little plastic nipple can become dislodged and leak juice when horizontal.
Replacement wicks are relatively expensive
Don't get me wrong, this is a good step up from those disposable CE4 "stardust" clearomizers, but I would spend the extra fiver and get a protank.
Posted by Unknown on 26th May 2013
Undoubtedly a big step up in vapour / flavour from the Stardusts I'd previously been using, but unfortunately has some real QC issues.
I bought two of these things:
- one leaked like a sieve from the start (not due to the overfilling) - would dump juice out the bottom of the central post until it reached about the 1.5ml mark. Same problem after disassembling / tightening / reassembling
- the other worked well for about a week, and then started losing flavour and vapour production. No idea why, but a thorough clean / disassemble / reassemble hasn't brought it back to life.
Posted by Vaper on 18th May 2013
Make sure you wash before use! I found it a huge step up from the mini vivi novas, stardusts and other clearos. It took me two tanks to get it spot on with the flavour of my all day vape VK Royal Blend, and now I have put away the other clearos. The swivel metal drip tip is handy but shame the tip can't be replaced with something else. Now VK just need to sell replacement coils in a 5 pack foil and I'll be even happier!
Posted by Allan on 18th May 2013
This one has been sort of hit and miss for me. A little bit better than the vivi nova, maybe.
Posted by Unknown on 3rd May 2013
Switching from the vivi nova to the iClear was an upgrade. The iClear does not have all the design faults the nova has and apart from the plastic tank, it feels & looks solid. The dual coil is just a gimic as vapour quantity is really no better than a good single coil. If the iClear came with a glass tank then I'd give it 10/10 but as it stands it gets a 9.
Posted by Dale C on 1st May 2013
Sometimes this thing tastes great out of the box, other times adds a peculiar taste.
Do not fill to the 3ml mark, this is a good way to get gurgling and sooner or later a mouthful of juice.
However it wicks well and when it tastes good, it tastes good!.
Posted by Lauren on 24th Apr 2013
I've been trying out a few different clearomizers, and this one is pretty good. It's nice to vape with, and easy to use, but I find I get a bit more flavour from a stardust, but this for me was better than the vivi novas. My biggest downside was the metal drip tip which I wasn't a huge fan of, and it can't be changed. Worth trying out, just wash it first, mine tasted like freshy detailed car until I washed it them it was all good to go.
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