Innokin brings unique battery technology to ECC California

Innokin brings unique battery technology to ECC California

Our world runs on power. Technology innovation is the proof of evolution that changes how we do everything. From the beginning, Innokin Technology has been a leader in developing various vaporizer technology for tobacco harm reduction. After years of research, it has made a breakthrough that will truly reshape the vaping industry. This technological advancement will not only be for vaping, but it can be used in many other applications across other industries that utilize rechargeable batteries.

Innokin’s battery technology will change the way we all vape.  It is proven to be faster, longer-lasting and above all, safer. This is the Innokin Energy System. A power solution that will not only improve the core of vaping, but contribute to sustainable energy solutions.

By pushing the boundaries of current rechargeable battery standards, it is capable of charging at a rate that is one hundred times faster than existing batteries. The battery is able to handle a high volume of power transfers because it has a uniquely built cell structure that is equivalent to the lifespan of one hundred traditional cells. This technology utilizes advanced chemistry within the cells, making them safer to use in sustained high-power applications.

Sustainable energy is the heart of our new world. Innokin’s energy technology will help create a safer smoke-free future for vaping and more. Contact for more information.


Shenzhen, China, August 23, 2017– Innokin Technology Co., Ltd. will be attending the Electronic Cigarette Convention (ECC) Expo in Ontario, California, USA from August 25th-27th at Booth #909 in the Main Hall. It will be announcing some of its technological advancements in the field of battery safety, helping the disabled, and creating the best experience to help people quit smoking.

“This has been a critical year for the e-cig industry. Since we have been always focusing on safety as our greatest priority for consumers, it has essentially helped us lay the foundation for all the regulations now being presented by the FDA, UL, and other government-imposed regulations.” –James Li, President & CEO

With the many regulations coming to place, conventional manufacturing methods and product releases have affected not just the U.S. retail market, but also the country with the largest export volume of e-cig hardware in the world. Having the long-term plan of sustainability years before regulation, Innokin has been driving its direction of product engineering towards manufacturing safe products to help create a marketplace, free from danger, for consumers world-wide. Now this year, Innokin will be showcasing and releasing news highlighting some of its developments.


These are the five highlights you should be looking forward to at ECC 2017:


Taking fast-charge to a whole other level, Innokin has designed a battery technology that allows a full charge in just 5-minutes from empty to completely full. This produces a one-hundred-time faster charging rate than a standard 1.0A charge on lithium batteries. Not only does this battery tech make charging lightning fast, but it is much safer than traditional batteries and will not explode.


Considering every aspect of the market, Innokin has designed an e-cig system specifically to assist those that are visually impaired. It will help those who cannot see a screen to receive the same information through a bone transmission sensor and alert the user of pertinent information giving feedback. This is a break-through technology in this industry!


Although Innokin hasn’t been a long-time manufacturer of DIY products, they have also developed the Windstorm Technology System, which was released with the Thermo RDA. This system provides a cyclone-effect inside the chamber without moving parts to cool the vapor when vaping low-resistant builds and provides an anti-spit back mechanism.


The Scion Tank, one of the most affordable sub-ohm tanks on the market right now, will be getting an enhancement that will feature a push-cap design for quick and easy refilling, removable 810 drip-tip bore, increased juice capacity and a custom/DIY coil design that will be interchangeable between both versions. This Scion coil has a static pre-built coil allowing users to simply change cotton like an RBA but they won’t need to change the coil when switching flavors. This will help reduce consumer costs for anyone who changes flavor often.


The best-selling MTL product technology by Innokin is the Endura T-series Kit which is paired with the Prism Tank. This product is one of the best starter kits on the market for flavor. Always seeking to improve, Innokin has done countless research and development tests with only one goal in mind; optimizing the flavor experience in mouth-to-lung (MTL) devices. At ECC, you will find these advancements through the Prism S (0.8 ohm) coil installed with each Prism T20 S Tank which is currently paired with the Innokin EZ.Watt Kit and Endura T20 S Kit.

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Quitting Rates are Up, Electronic Cigarettes May be Helping

Electronic cigarettes may be a helpful tool for those who are looking to quit smoking, according to a recent study. This complicates the public health narrative around this new tobacco product, which have grown in popularity in the U.S. over the past decade.

E-cigarettes are relatively new to the market, and their rapid popularity has caused public health agencies to grapple to create regulations and messaging around a technology with unclear health implications. This study, published in the journal BMJ, puts some weight behind the idea the e-cigarettes can have a positive health impact on those who are trying to kick cigarettes.

The e-cigarette uses a coil to heat a nicotine solution so it can be inhaled as vapor. This process can allow users to get their nicotine fix while leaving behind the carcinogens associated with breathing in smoke. Trading in a regular cigarette for an electronic option could have significant health implications considering smoking cigarettes remains the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S.

Researchers at the University of California, San Diego looked at over 160,000 people over 14 years and found that people who used e-cigarettes to quit smoking were more successful than those who didn’t.

Americans are quitting smoking at higher rates, according to this study. This trend tracks neatly with an increase in the use of e-cigarettes. The study found that 5.6 percent of the smokers quit in 2014-15, which is up from the 2010-11 rates (4.5 percent). While this shift may seem small, it represents an additional 350,000 Americans quitting smoking in 2014-15.

This study suggests that the rise in vaping may be partially responsible for a decrease in smoking. The researchers cite other likely reasons for the decrease in smoking during this time, namely a federal tobacco tax in 2009 and a national anti-smoking campaign in 2012. This study comes up at the same time as the Food and Drug Administration is proposing to cut the amount of nicotine in cigarettes, which could potentially decrease addition rates.

About a fifth of people who have recently quit smoking use e-cigarettes, according to the study.

Steven Reinberg reports for CBS News:

Kenneth Warner, a professor of public health at the University of Michigan, welcomed the findings.

The study authors have used a large data set to address whether e-cigarettes can help adults break the cigarette habit and they determined “e-cigarettes are helping smokers to quit,” Warner said.

In the United States, public health organizations have focused almost exclusively on the potential adverse consequences of e-cigarettes for kids, to the detriment of the health of adults who might benefit from a more positive take on e-cigarettes, he said.

“This study suggests that we should be receptive to the kind of approach that health authorities in England have taken, encouraging smokers who cannot quit otherwise to try e-cigarettes,” Warner said.

“With proper regulation, we could increase the potential of e-cigarettes to reduce the horrific toll of cigarette smoking in our society,” he added.

E-cigarettes remain controversial among the public health field. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that they are the most commonly used tobacco product in young people, and come with their own health risks such as addition, lung disease and heavy metal exposure.


The FDA Changes Its Mind on Vaping, Cracks Down on Nicotine Instead

There’s still a lot we need to figure out about e-cigarettes when it comes to their health impacts. But smoking definitely kills, and regulators in the US have a new plan for tackling the problem.

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced a comprehensive new roadmap for regulating tobacco products, and they have dramatically shifted their focus to nicotine addiction. And as part of the new plan, some of last year’s stringent regulations on vaping are going to be relaxed.

The FDA regulations for e-cigarette products were announced last May, and they were so stringent that some people were worried it could wipe out the burgeoning industry, despite the fact there’s evidence vaping does help smokers with quitting.

But now the agency is changing tack, putting nicotine at the heart of the issue and admitting that when it comes to ways of delivering this addictive substance, there’s a spectrum of methods – and some, like traditional cigarettes, are far more unhealthy than others.

“It’s the other chemical compounds in tobacco, and in the smoke created by setting tobacco on fire, that directly and primarily cause the illness and death, not the nicotine,” said FDA commissioner Scott Gottlieb.

“Even with unanswered questions about benefits and risks, there are now different technologies to deliver nicotine for those who need it, that doesn’t bring with it the deadly consequences of burning tobacco and inhaling the resulting smoke.”

At the heart of FDA’s new strategy will be a push to lower nicotine levels in traditional cigarettes to levels that won’t cause addiction. The long-term goal here is to prevent young people from getting hooked when they try their first smoke.

“I’ve seen the science in this area and believe it holds much promise,” said Gottlieb.

“We intend to take a hard look at the existing published literature on this important topic and hear from stakeholders, which could provide the basis for regulatory action.”

And while the tobacco industry will be forced to cut back on addictive nicotine levels in their products, the manufacturers of e-cigarettes have been granted an extension on applications for product approval.

“The FDA is committed to encouraging innovations that have the potential to make a notable public health difference,” the agency explained in a statement.

“This action will afford the agency time to explore clear and meaningful measures to make tobacco products less toxic, appealing and addictive.”

But it doesn’t mean the agency is enabling a vaping boom. The agency will still work to develop product standards that will prevent known e-cigarette risks, such as exploding batteries or preventing children from getting easy access to all those sweet-smelling e-cigarette liquids.

On top of that, the FDA will be seeking public input on several aspects of the new plan, including the question of whether the flavouring of tobacco products – say, menthol or cherry cigarettes – makes them more enticing to young people.

They will also look into the best approaches to regulating e-cigarette flavours like bubblegum and gummy bear, which could be appealing to kids.

While the FDA won’t encourage you to go and vape to your heart’s content, it’s certainly a shift towards recognising that e-cigarettes are an innovative way to deliver nicotine, and that regulators need to tackle them differently.

“The overwhelming amount of death and disease attributable to tobacco is caused by addiction to cigarettes –  the only legal consumer product that, when used as intended, will kill half of all long-term users,” said Gottlieb.

“Unless we change course, 5.6 million young people alive today will die prematurely later in life from tobacco use.

“Envisioning a world where cigarettes would no longer create or sustain addiction, and where adults who still need or want nicotine could get it from alternative and less harmful sources, needs to be the cornerstone of our efforts – and we believe it’s vital that we pursue this common ground.”