We’ve got the next evolution in the Klypse series – the Innokin Klypse Pro!

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Never one to rest on their laurels, Innokin are back with another pod kit!

Innokin are a massive name in the vaping industry and are one of the most recognisable brands.

They possess huge industry knowledge and utilise this to come up with new and innovative vaping kits that can appeal to all types of vapers. They are also known to collaborate with some of the biggest names in the industry when designing new kits.

The Klypse Pro is another addition to the Klypse range, which also features the original Innokin Klypse, the Klypse Mecha and Klypse Zip to name a few.

We’ve also looked at other Innokin devices quite recently, like the Zyon, Trine and the Z Pod Nano.

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Will the Klypse Pro be another hit? Let’s find out…

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What Can We Expect From The Innokin Klypse Pro?

This is the successor to the smash hit Innokin Klypse pod kit, which in the 2022 Ecigclick Awards picked up the ‘Best Pod Vape’ and was runner up in the ‘Best For Beginners Vape Kit’.

Best pod vape 2022

It was that much of a success, it picked up several other major international vaping awards too!

Building on the solid foundations that the Innokin Klypse laid, the Klypse Pro adds in precision adjustable airflow and variable wattage from 6-25 watts. A small hidden screen displays your vaping data.

klypse pro screen

A single button control system makes it easy to adjust power settings. That’s not all though!

The built in battery is much larger this time around, packing in a 1000mAh battery over the original Klypse’s 700mAh one, allowing you even more vaping time. And a USB-C charging cable is included in the kit.

klypse pro battery

The Klypse pods have also received an upgrade too, with longer coil lifespan, pure flavour reproduction and a 3 layer leakproof structure.

klypse pro pods

This is compatible with all of the previous Klypse kits and pods.

klypse pro compatibility

These are also available with coil resistances of 0.6ohm, 0.8ohm and 1.2ohm. So there are options here for both Mouth To Lung (MTL) and Restricted Direct Lung (RDL) vapers.

Unsure of what those terms are? Have a look at our Guide to Vape Styles to find out more!

klypse pro features

One of the complaints with the original Klypse was that you only received one 0.8ohm pod in the kit. Well this time around Innokin have generously included two pods with the Klypse Pro kit and you get both the 0.6ohm and 0.8ohm ones!

There are 8 colours to choose from: Black, Blue, Dark Violet, Grey, Red, Rose Purple, Green and Silver.

klypse pro colours

Many thanks to Innokin for sending in the Innokin Klypse Pro for review. Let’s have a deeper look at this pod system. As always, all views are my own!

Kit Contents

  • Klypse Pro Device
  • 0.6ohm Klypse Pod
  • 0.8ohm Klypse Pod
  • Quick start guide
  • USB-C charging cable
  • Warning booklet

innokin klypse pro kit contents


  • 31.5mm x 16mm x 97mm dimensions
  • Aluminium alloy and PCTG construction
  • 6-25W adjustable wattage range
  • 1000mAh built in battery
  • 5V/1A USB-C charging
  • Auto-draw system
  • Precision airflow control
  • Compatible with Klypse pods
  • 0.6ohm, 0.8ohm and 1.2ohm pods available
  • 2ml pod capacity
  • Easy side filling
  • Discreet hidden screen
  • Smart mode
  • LED battery level indicator
  • Single button operation
  • Dust-proof magnetic cap
  • Six built in safety protections
  • Eight different colours available

klypse pro specs

Design & Build Quality

At a glance, this looks extremely similar to the original Innokin Klypse. Even the dimensions aren’t that much different too with the Klypse Pro measuring in at 31.5mm x 16mm x 97mm.

The looks were a winner with the original Klypse so hey, if it ain’t broke don’t fix it and all that!

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The overall profile of the Klypse Pro is pretty impressive considering as Innokin have squeezed more features in here. Including a larger battery, adjustable airflow and a screen. With the Klypse Pro only being a couple of millimetres larger than the original Klypse.

Innokin were very generous and sent me the Red, Rose-Purple, Silver and Blue colour options.

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And these do look excellent, with a real premium feel to the finish of the device.

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The finish is pretty scratchproof too and has stood up to heavy use whilst I have been using the Klypse Pro devices. With not a single scratch to mention on any of them. And I do hammer my vaping kits!

One of the main selling points on the original Klypse was the magnetic dust-proof cap. Which you could pop on the device over the pod to stop dust and lint from getting into the pod itself whilst it is in your pocket or bag. I’m pleased to say that this feature makes a return here.

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The cap snugly fits onto the top of the Klypse Pro, covering the pod up when not in use. Although the fit is a little too on the snug side – you have got to give it a good push to get it down!

When you are using the Klypse Pro you can simply attach the magnetic cap to the base of the device, there are magnets present in the base which hold the cap firmly in place.

Also, the magnets in the base are strong, meaning that you can stick the Klypse Pro to metallic surfaces!

One of the new features of the Klypse Pro is the screen, which can be found towards the bottom of the device along the black bar, pretty much directly underneath the power button. It’s quite discreet and you need to take a puff on the device or push the power button to activate it.

klypse pro fire button

This is quite a basic screen and the same screen is also found on the Innokin Z Pod Nano and the Zyon.

This displays the wattage level, battery life and Innokin logo and switches to a vape timer when you take a puff. It will also, very briefly, display the coil resistance when you insert a pod.

That’s it though, there’s no information on coil resistance on the move or a puff counter for example!

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It does the job it needs to do though and is visible in all light conditions. And as a result of the screen being added in – the LED light indicator found on the original Klypse is not included.

Now the Innokin logo lights up and displays the current battery level, allowing you to check battery status at a glance.

The LED light indicator on the original Klypse had complaints that it was a bit dim and displayed little information.

Now, on the Klypse Pro, this displays three different colours depending on the current battery level and brightly too! So it is good to see that Innokin took that on board and improved it for the Klypse Pro.

Of course, you can always have a look at the screen to get a better idea of battery life!

Another new addition is the precision airflow control, which you’ll find on the main body of the device. You can fine tune the airflow now, allowing you to vape MTL or RDL and the airflow control itself is buttery smooth.

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The pods connect magnetically to the Klypse device and are held very firmly in place. At times, this feels a little too firm though and I’ve had to give the pod a good wriggle and pull to get it out.

At least you don’t have to worry about accidentally losing a pod with the Klypse Pro!

Quick Start Guide

How To Fill The Klypse Pro Pod

  • Klypse pods are side filled and you need to remove the pod from the device in order to fill it.
  • The side filling port is located, yes you guessed it, on the side of the Klypse pod. You’ve got to pull the silicon filling port cover to one side in order to reveal the filling port.
  • Insert your bottle nozzle and fill the pod up slowly and carefully in order to avoid leaks. Then replace the silicon filling port cover.

klypse pro pod fill port

If you are filling a fresh pod up for the first time, let it stand for five minutes to allow the e-liquid to fully saturate the cotton.


klypse pro operation details

Three clicks of the power button turn the device on and three clicks will turn it back off.

When turning it on, the Innokin logo on the body of the device will flash Red, Yellow and Green sequentially.

The power button does not actually fire the device, it is used for operating the device only.

Thank you Innokin!

One of my pet hates is having a power button to fire a device on a draw-activated system, so it’s great to see this disabled by default on the Klypse Pro.

Adjusting the wattage is done by double clicking the power button and the screen will begin to blink.

You can adjust the wattage from 6-25 watts in 0.5w increments. Keep pushing the power button until you have reached your desired power output setting, then either wait five seconds or take a puff on the device to lock it in.

Six safety protections are built into the device, with Low Battery alarm, No Load, High Resistance, Short Circuit, Auto-Shut Off and Overheating protections all built in.


A 1000mAh battery is built into the Innokin Klypse Pro and you get a USB-C cable included within the kit.

usb-c klypse pro

Plug the USB-C cable into the USB-C port on the base of the Klypse Pro and then plug the cable into a suitable power source to charge the device.

This recharges via USB-C at 5V/1A, so you are looking at around 45 minutes to an hour for a full charge.

How Does The Innokin Klypse Pro Perform?

You get the 0.6ohm and 0.8ohm Klypse pods included with the kit. The 1.2ohm pods are available separately to purchase.

Innokin kindly sent us a pack of the 1.2ohm pods along with the Klypse Kit so I’ll be covering those too!

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If you are upgrading from an existing Klypse kit then don’t worry, as any pods you still might have will be compatible with the Klypse Pro.

0.6ohm Pod

I started off with the 0.6ohm pod, which Innokin recommend to use in the 20-22W wattage range.

Though my sweet-spot for this pod was the 23.5W setting, you can use this pod to really make use of the maximum 25W output of the Klypse Pro!

This delivers a smooth vape that is warmer than the 0.8ohm and 1.2ohm pods. It packs plenty of flavour, and decent vapour production too. If you like a restricted lung hit, then this is the pod you will want to use. But you can get a loose, warm mouth to lung draw from it.

0.8ohm Pod

Next up, was the 0.8ohm pod. Innokin recommend this one for use in the 12-13W range, so this is a pod for mouth to lung vapers. You don’t want to push the wattage too high with this pod as it isn’t designed for that.

pod 0.8ohm

This is one of the better mouth to lung pods I have tried! Flavour is excellent here too, just like the 0.6ohm pod, really picking up the notes of the tobacco e-liquids I was vaping in it and it suits a long and slow draw.

1.2ohm Pod

Finally, I tried out the 1.2ohm pod. This is recommended for use in the 11-12W range and is another one for mouth to lung vapers.

If you like a really tight draw, then this is the pod for you, as this suits having the airflow closed right down.

Again, there’s an impressive, flavoursome vape to be found here and the coolest vape out of them all. This pod was also the most economical on e-liquid out of the three of them!


Airflow is easily adjusted with the precision airflow control. You can smoothly adjust the airflow and really dial in your preferred setting.

With the airflow wide open you are looking at a fairly restricted direct lung hit and you can close it right down to a very tight mouth to lung draw.

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I’d say there’s more options here for the mouth to lung vaper, as when the airflow is fully open this is only just about a restricted direct lung hit available!

Pod / Battery Life

Pod lifespan is very good. I’ve had this kit in my possession for a little while now and my 0.6ohm pod is only just starting show signs that it is reaching the end of its lifespan. Whereas the 0.8ohm and 1.2ohm pods are still going strong.

Though I haven’t used those as often as the 0.6ohm pod!

Both 50/50 and 60/40 VG/PG ratios work just fine in the Klypse pods, making them ideal for use with 10mg or 20mg nicotine salt based e-liquids.

If you vape freebase nicotine, you probably are going to want to use strengths of 6mg and above in here.

Battery life is pretty spot on. I can run this for virtually a full day with the 0.6ohm pod at 22 watts. I can get nearly two days use out of it with the 0.8ohm pod at 13W. Which will please mouth to lung vapers no end!


  • Outstanding value for money
  • Rock solid build quality
  • Appealing looks
  • Very good performance
  • Magnetic cap keeps dust and lint out of your pod
  • All day battery life
  • Easy to use
  • Appeals to mouth to lung and restricted direct to lung vapers
  • 0.6ohm and 0.8ohm pods included in the kit
  • No leaks from the pod


  • Very basic screen
  • Magnetic cap can get lost easily
  • Can be difficult to remove the pod
  • Pod isn’t fully visible when installed on the device

Final Verdict

One aspect of the Innokin Klypse Pro that absolutely amazed me was the price point in the UK. When I first received it for review, it wasn’t yet available in the UK and I was unable to initially get an idea of the price.

However, whilst finishing off writing this review, I did a last minute Google search which showed that it is now available with a lot of UK based online retailers and I couldn’t believe the price!

I initially thought that this would retail in the £20-25 range, but I couldn’t be more wrong.

Depending on where you look, you can pick up this little beauty for as little as £11-£15!

Now that represents incredible value for money. In my opinion this makes this kit a hugely attractive option when you consider what you are getting for your money.

You’ve got a great looking pod system that is solidly built, has good battery life, is compatible with a range of different pods and vapes really well. What’s not to like there? For me you can’t really do much better for your money.

Well done to Innokin for refreshing the popular Klypse with a whole host of welcome additions and keeping it at a competitive price point!

Many thanks to Innokin for sending the Klypse Pro in for review! This is available in the UK now.

So, what are your thoughts on the Innokin Klypse Pro? Let us know in the comments below!

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Dan Willis Ecigclick Vape Reviewer
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Vaping full time since 2012, started on cigalikes for a while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an vape pens, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I've come back to convenience and mainly use pods, disposables and the VOOPOO Drag H40. Most importantly I am still loving vaping!

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Vaping full time since 2012, started on cigalikes for a while then curiosity got the better of me and I moved onto an vape pens, a month or two later I was seeing people walking around with these interesting shiny tubes and I thought 'I gotta get one of those'. Before I knew it a trip down to my local B&M got me my first VW mod, an Innokin SVD, paired with an iClear 30, and I was hooked. Soon after that I was jumping to VW mods both box and tube shaped, before I then made the jump to rebuilding and thus sub ohming, with my first RDA and mech mod. These days I've come back to convenience and mainly use pods, disposables and the VOOPOO Drag H40. Most importantly I am still loving vaping!
innokin-klypse-pro-review-exceptional-value-performance-in-a-sleek-pod-systemOne of the best pod systems you can buy for under £15, you are getting a lot of device for your money with the Innokin Klypse Pro!


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