The included 0.35-ohm coil performs better than I expected. Flavor and vapor production have been surprising considering it’s an AIO device. Bear in mind, there is a break-in period and you might notice a small variation between coil to coil. In general, the flavor will start to kick in anywhere between the first and second refill. The coil wicks high VG liquids without a struggle due to its large wicking ports, and I had no flooding or gurgling on refills.
There is plenty of airflow from the two fully adjustable slots — one on each side. With the airflow fully open, the vape is on the cool side, even with the battery fully charged. This will probably help with coil longevity but might disappoint those who are after a warmer vape. Closing the airflow will warm it up a bit and produce slightly more intense flavor, but that’ll also reduce vapor production. All in all, you might want to raise your e-liquid nicotine levels a bit with the Pocketbox.
Vaping MTL on these coils is close to impossible though. Technically it can be done, but the airflow will have to be almost completely choked off. I am curious to see whether the 1.2-ohm coil will modify the airflow on this device.
Battery life on the Innokin Pocketbox is meh at best with the 0.35-ohm coil. Its 1200-mAh battery will last around two tankfuls (4 mL of e-liquid) which is not much considering the juice consumption of this coil. In fact, you will get close to around one and a half tanks in full power mode before the yellow light appears, along with a noticeable drop in performance. It took my computer 1hr 45m to fully charge the Pocketbox using the supplied USB cable. Fortunately the device supports pass-through charging so it is possible to vape while charging it.