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Innokin Trine Pod Vape | Review

Innokin Trine Pod Vape | Review

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9.1/10 AMAZING

What You Need To Know

Size: 110.93 x 25.86 x 15.57 mm
Weight: 51g

Replaceable 1000mAh battery, EcoDrain technology, 2ml capacity, 0.6Ω, 0.8Ω & 1.2Ω Pods, button or draw-activated, USB-C Charging

Vapers searching for a sustainable and eco-friendly pod vape with great flavor

Replaceable battery, EcoDrain for safe battery disposal, adjustable wattage and airflow, three pod resistances, top-fill pods


Innovative replaceable battery system

Fantastic flavor from all three pods

No locking feature for the fire button


Product Description

The Innokin Trine is an innovative pod vape that combines eco-friendliness with top-range features. 

It’s one of the only pod vapes on the market that has a replaceable battery. The battery is 1000mAh, and Innokin also includes an EcoDrain feature so it can be discharged for safe disposal.

The design means users can have multiple batteries and gives the whole device a longer lifespan. 

The Trine is not just about minimizing the environmental impact. It also comes with adjustable wattage (6-25W), adjustable airflow, and an OLED screen.

It pairs with Innokin’s VCAP pods that have a 2ml capacity and an easy top-fill system. The pods come in 0.6Ω, 0.8Ω, and 1.2Ω resistances, with two included in the kit.

The Trine has a durable aluminum alloy body and comes in 6 color options: Gold Pink, Ivory White, Klein Blue, Purple Blue, Slate Black, and Solar Red.


  • Dimensions: 110.93mm x 25.86mm x 15.57mm
  • Battery: Type-C USB Rechargeable Lithium-ion
  • Battery model/type: B1000/IN112038-001
  • Battery capacity: 1000mAh
  • Power output: 6-25W
  • Output voltage: 2.0-4.35V
  • Charging current: DC 5.0V/1A
  • Material: Aluminium alloy
  • Pod Capacity: 2ml
  • Coil Resistance: 0.6Ω (20-22WΩ, 0.8Ω (12-14W), 1.2Ω (11-14W)
  • Activation: Button or draw-activated
  • Airflow: Adjustable (MTL-RDL)
  • Charging: USB-C
  • Pods: Innokin VCAP Pods

Kit Contents

  • 1 x Innokin Trine Pod Device (0.6Ω Pod Pre-installed) 
  • 1 x 0.8Ω Innokin VCAP Pod
  • 1 x Spare Innokin Trine Battery
  • 1 x USB-C Charging Cable
  • 1 x User Manual

Design & Build Quality

I’ve been playing around with the Innokin Trine for a few weeks, and I have to say, I really like its super clean and modern design. 

Sure, it might look similar to some other pods, like the Caliburn G3, OXVA Xlim Pro, or Xros Pro. But it’s still sleek and has a slightly shorter body, which is great.

Its high-quality aluminum alloy body feels premium in the hand. Its rounded edges and compact size (110.93mm x 25.86mm x 15.57mm) make it really comfortable to hold and fit perfectly in your pocket or purse.

I’ve got all the colors to review, and they are all pretty awesome. I’m really vibing with the Gold Pink and Purple Blue ones myself.

Each color has this subtle anodized finish that’s resistant to scratches and fingerprints, so they all look fresh even after some heavy use. And I appreciate that the branding is minimal and tasteful. It keeps it elegant and sleek.

On the front, you’ve got a clear OLED screen that shows you all the important info, like your wattage, coil resistance, and battery level. There’s no puff count, though.

But the screen is bright and easy to read, even when you’re outside in the sun.

Just below the screen is the fire button, which also lets you adjust your wattage. This also has an LED light in the center to show battery status, which is cool.

But the Trine’s real standout feature is its replaceable 1000mAh battery. It’s super easy to swap out the battery, you just push the two tabs at the bottom and pull. 

You get a satisfying click when you insert it back in, and it’s really secure so you don’t need to worry about it accidentally popping out in your pocket.

I also love the fact that it doesn’t matter which way you put the battery in. It’s a small. thing, but it makes it so much easier to use.

The fact that you can easily switch batteries or even easily replace one that’s at the end of life means the Trine can effectively last forever.

This also makes the Trine one of the most eco-friendly pod vapes available. Mad props to Innokin for thinking about sustainability and making smart choices for the vape industry.

I’ve seen that some reviewers got two batteries in each kit, while I only had one per device. So, I’m unsure what the regular version is going to look like. Maybe you have two options.

Either way, I’m sure Innokin is going to sell the batteries separately. If that is the case, I’d like to see them come with a silicon sleeve or case, so it’s safer to carry a spare battery with you.

Although the battery’s contact points are recessed, it could still come into contact with some loose metal when carried around.

So I advise you never to carry a spare battery uncovered in your pocket.

I’d also love to see a separate charging dock for the batteries. That way you could have a couple on charge while you are using one. Please Innokin!

The VCAP pods attach to the top of the device with strong magnets and have a mess-free top-fill system – more on this later. 

On the side of the Trine, there’s an airflow adjustment slider. It’s super easy to use and stays in position well. You can go from a restricted DTL to an extremely tight MTL with this airflow, which is great. 

And on the other side of the device, you’ve got the USB-C charging port. Obviously, they had to put it on the side and not the base because of the removable battery. But I like it positioned there as it means I can stand the Trine upright while charging. 

All in all, I think the Innokin Trine is an extremely well-designed and well-built pod vape that feels like a premium product.


The Trine has got all the features you’d ever need in a pod vape.

First up, there’s the replaceable 1000mAh battery. Which is something you won’t find in other pod vapes on the market.

The battery can be charged via USB-C at a 1A charge rate and can fully recharge in approximately 60 minutes.

However, Innokin didn’t stop there. They also included what they call EcoDrain technology. This lets you safely discharge the battery through the device before you dispose of it. 

It’s a great example of Innokin’s commitment to sustainability and trying to limit the environmental impact of battery waste from vapes.

The Trine also has fully adjustable wattage from 6-25W, so you can easily tailor your vape. There’s also a smart detection feature that automatically sets the perfect wattage for the resistance of the pod you’re using. 

The Trine is compatible with Innokin’s new VCAP pods, which come in three different resistances: 0.6Ω, 0.8Ω, and 1.2Ω. I’ll cover these in detail below.

It also has fully adjustable airflow, which, in combination with the right pod, lets you go from an RDL to a tight MTL draw.

The Trine also has an OLED screen, which shows important information like wattage, coil resistance, output voltage, and battery level. Sadly, however, there’s no puff count.

The Trine can be used either by draw activation or manually through the fire button. Unfortunately, there’s no way to lock the device or set it to only draw activation.

How to Use the Trine

Using the Innokin Trine is an absolute piece of cake. Here’s what you need to know:

On/Off – Press the fire button 3 times.

Adjust wattage – Press the fire button twice to enter adjustment mode, then use the fire button to bump up the wattage in 0.5W increments.

Replace Battery – Push in the two black tabs and pull the battery down. Slide in a new battery until you hear it click in place.

EcoDrain (Self-discharge battery) – While off, connect the device to a charger and press the fire button 10 times quickly. The display will show a Recycle symbol until it’s complete. 

Even though you have a battery gauge on the screen of the Trine, there is an LED light on the fire button that also shows you your battery status with the following:

  • Green – 30-100%
  • Amber – 10-30%
  • Red – < 10%

I like that they’ve included this, so it’s easier to see your battery level at a glance. But I feel like they got the percentages a bit wrong. 

I just look out for it to go Amber, and then pop it on the charger.


The Trine works with Innokin’s VCAP pods, which have a 2ml capacity and come in three different resistances: 

  • 0.6Ω (20-22W)
  • 0.8Ω (12-14W)
  • 1.2Ω (11-12W)

The kit includes one 0.6Ω pod and one 0.8Ω pod, which is great. As you’d expect, the pods have different tightness of draw.

I like that they have also made a point of color-coding them, so it was easy for me to tell the resistance difference without having to read the small print.

The VCAP pods have a top-fill system similar to that of the Caliburns and Xros pods. You snap off the black mouthpiece, and then you have a decent-sized hole at the top to fill from.

Just make sure when you are filling to go relatively slow. If you just aggressively squirt the juice in your notice, it comes back up through the other hole at the top.

The one thing I’m not so keen on with the pods is even though the majority of the body is clear. When connected to the device, the juice window becomes quite small. It’s only a slither of a window to see your juice level.

The pods connect to the Trine with magnets, and they hold in place really well. There’s no play or wiggle when connected, but they are still easy to remove.

I’ve been pretty impressed with how long the pods last. I was able to get several refills out of each pod before noticing any major drop in flavor or vapor. 

The 0.6Ω pod lasted me around 7-10 days with regular use, while the 0.8Ω and 1.2Ω pods held up even longer, around 10-14 days. 

Just keep in mind that pod life can vary depending on your vaping habits like how sweet your e-liquid is, and the wattage you use.


Alright, let’s talk about how the Innokin Trine performs. 

I’ve been disappointed by some of Innokin’s past pods; not quite cutting with the flavor.

But right off the bat, the flavor from the VCAP pods is fantastic. Each delivers a flavor that competes with the best out there right now.

The 0.6Ω pod really surprised me with its warm and flavorful vape, even with the airflow opened up for a looser draw, and this one can get loose. I’d say that with the airflow wide open, it’s a looser draw than that of the Caliburns or the Xros.

The 0.8Ω pod is my favorite and was my go-to for everyday use. It gives you a slightly cooler vape but still packs a punch in terms of flavor. The range of the draw suits me best here, as you can go from a loose to a tight MTL draw, which is how I like my pods.

And while the 1.2Ω pod isn’t my personal favorite, I know many vapers will appreciate the even tighter MTL draw and clean flavor. While being more efficient on the battery.

When it comes to adjustable airflow on the Trine. The range is great, and it’s a smooth draw.

My only negative is with the airflow only coming from one side. It isn’t quite as smooth as a Caliburn when you are in the tighter MTL modes. It’s not bad, but there’s definitely room for improvement.

The Smart Wattage detection works well, and generally, the recommended setting is where I left most of them for the best experience. However, I did prefer pushing the 0.8Ω up to 13.5W; that was the real sweet spot for me.

I also have to mention that the Trine delivers really consistent performance. The auto-draw worked flawlessly, and I had no spit-back, leaking, or dry-hit issues with the pods.

The flavor and vapor are consistent throughout until you start to notice the drop-off. But as I mentioned before, each pod had a relatively good lifespan. Perhaps falling a little shy of what I’m used to with the G3 pods.

Battery life is always a big deal with pod systems, but the Trine’s 1000mAh battery seriously impressed me. 

With the 0.8Ω pod, I could vape heavily for a whole day without needing to recharge. Even with the 0.6Ω pod, which uses more power, I still got a solid 6-7 hours of vaping before needing a top-up. 

I would’ve liked to have seen slightly faster charging times, although 1 hour is respectable. I appreciate that with a removable battery, they probably had to keep the max charge rate at 1A. 

However, it does have passthrough, so you can vape while it’s charging.

This is where I think a separate charging dock with the spare batteries would really take it to another level. You’d rarely have to worry about battery life or charging times.

And a quick word on that removable battery implementation. It’s done extremely well. It’s barely noticeable that you can remove the battery, and it’s easy to do when you need to.

Compared to other popular pod systems like the Uwell Caliburn G3 or the Vaporesso XROS 3, the Innokin Trine definitely holds its own. 

The G3 might have a slight edge in terms of pure flavor intensity, but the Trine’s fully adjustable airflow makes it a little more versatile. And the XROS 3 doesn’t have fully adjustable wattage, but they are comparable in performance. The Trine may give you slightly better battery life.

All in all, the Innokin Trine delivers outstanding performance across the board. If you want a reliable, flavorful, and sustainable pod system that can adapt to your vaping style, the Trine is an excellent choice.


  • Simple and elegant design
  • Excellent build quality
  • Replaceable 1000mAh battery (longer lifespan & less waste)
  • EcoDrain technology for safe battery disposal
  • Fantastic flavor from all three VCAP pods
  • Adjustable wattage (6-25W)
  • Adjustable airflow for MTL to RDL draws
  • Handy top-fill system
  • Consistent performance
  • No leaking, spitback, or dry hits
  • USB-C charging
  • Cool color options


  • Replaceable batteries not widely available at launch
  • No locking feature for the fire button
  • Slightly higher price point than some competitors


Finally, Innokin has a pod vape that can rival the best in the market. 

When it comes to performance, I couldn’t ask for more from Trine. It delivers fantastic flavor with all of the pods and is consistent throughout.

It has simple but elegant looks, is easy to use, and has excellent build quality.

Innokin deserves plenty of credit for not only making a top-notch pod vape, but one that offers an easily replaceable battery.

That makes the Trine way more eco-friendly and customizable than most pod systems out there. And if Innokin is setting a new benchmark for sustainability in the vaping industry, I’m all for it.

So, there you have it – the Innokin Trine pod vape. A device that’s packed with features, delivers outstanding performance, and is leading the charge in sustainability. If you’re in the market for a new pod system, do yourself a favor and check out the Trine, you won’t be disappointed!

Marc’s Verdict: Finally, Innokin has joined the party! I’ve been harsh on them in the past with the performance of their coils. But these VCAP pods are amazing and as good as those from Uwell, Vaporesso, and OXVA. I love that Innokin’s trying to be as sustainable as possible. They are among the few that always use eco-friendly packaging, and the replaceable battery on the Trine is excellent. I agree with Viki about a charging dock, that would be awesome. Make it happen Innokin!

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