The Innokin Jem is a sleek, compact starter kit that’s perfect for newcomers but packs a range of features to help you personalise your vaping experience.
The Jem Kit by Innokin is a fantastic mouth-to-lung device, and allows you to change your wattage to find the perfect power level for your e-liquid of choice. Choose from power settings of 10W, 11W, 12W, 13W and 13.5W; to change the wattage, use the arrow keys on the front of the device. A clear, easy-to-read display shows you your wattage level and remaining battery life.
The Innokin Jem Kit has a slim stainless steel body housing a 1000mAh battery and comes with a durable Pyrex tank with a simple top-fill system: just unscrew the top cap to access the Jem Tank’s filling slots, and fill with your chosen e-liquid. Replacing the 1.6ohm Jem coil is just as straightforward: twist off the base of the tank and you’ll be able to unscrew the old coil quickly and easily. The Innokin Jem starter kit features an adjustable airflow ring situated at the base of the tank to allow you to tweak your draw; whether you’re looking for a tight, cigarette-style draw or an airier inhale, the Innokin Jem has you covered! When the battery runs low, you can recharge the Jem using the Micro USB cable supplied alongside the kit.
The Innokin Jem Kit is a fantastic starting point for beginners, but gives you the ability to adjust your vaping experience to your exact specifications. Innokin are well known for their outstanding mouth-to-lung hardware, and the Jem is no exception; whether you’re just starting out in the world of vaping, or you’re looking for a portable mouth-to-lung kit for use on the go, the Innokin Jem should be a serious contender.
1 x Jem mod
1 x Jem tank
2 x 1.6 ohm Jem coil
1 x Spare glass
1 x Micro USB cable
1 x User manual
Uses Innokin Jem coils
2ml liquid capacity
13.5W max output
Battery life indicator
As a basic rule of thumb, these coils last on average for 2-3 bottles worth (20-30ml) of e-liquid, but this may vary depending on how you vape!
The Jem has a 1000mAh battery, so if you're using a 500mA charger it will take about 2 hours, or about an hour with a 1000mA (1A) charger.