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Which VV/VW for concentrates and/or Ejuice

Discussion in 'ABV' started by solomon7, Jul 22, 2014.

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Whic VV/VW Mod to get?

  1. iTaste SVD

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  2. KSD Vamo V5

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  3. Tesla VV/VW Mod

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  4. Other

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  1. solomon7

    solomon7 New Member

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    I'm currently stuck between the Tesla, the Vamo V5, an the iTaste SVD.
    Done so much reaing my head is going to explode. They seem about the same, almost like splitting hairs.
    I won't be sub ohming but would like to start building coils for RDAs (likely the Immortalizer), but for now just using a Dabbler top for oil. Think the Immortalizer could work well for oil or juice, but I digress.

    Likely 80% of it's use will be concentrates but I WOULD like to stop smoking cigarettes and start vaping juice instead so that's a consideration too.
    I don't wanna spend a ton either but don't want to cheap out like i have with eGo batteries either lol.
    I'd like to avoid Mech MODS for now so what would ya'll pick and most importantly WHY??
    Thanks for the input BTW al!
     
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  2. 215z

    215z Well-Known Member

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    What's your budget? The devices you described are not known for their longevity. See ECF. Do you already own 18650 cells and a charger? If not, and your budget is $40, get an Innokin MVP 2.0. If your budget is $80, get a Cloupor 30W.
     
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  3. solomon7

    solomon7 New Member

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    I can go up to 70 or 80, 100 being the limit with an atty. I'd like something I can replace batteries on so I guess the MVP 2.0 is out. I love the Cloupor 30W but it's voltage starts at 4 and, knowing nothing about wattage really, I normally vape on my VV eGo battery at 3.7-3.8. If I understand the Cloupor would inherently run "hotter" than what I'm used to, right?
    Also, woul a Cloupor DNA clone be decent or are they a crapshoot still?
     
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  4. 215z

    215z Well-Known Member

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    I have two Cloupors and both have been flawless. The cloupor won't buck (step-down) voltage, but 3.7V is fine. You will set the device by watts, not volts, but it works out to be the same for coil atomizers. It will run hotter only in the sense that your Ego does not always deliver the volts you demand of it, depending on the current load. Ego's usually cap out at 9W, so if you are trying to drive say a 1.2ohm load at 3.8V you're not going to actually get 3.8V at the coil. The Cloupor will cap out at 28ish watts, and has plenty of headroom.

    That said, don't dismiss the MVP because of its non-replaceable battery, if it otherwise suits your needs (11W/5V max). All these devices will be obsolete before your battery craps out, and will be relegated to your bottom drawer by then. The MVP's internal battery is a beast and will last me 2 to 3 days of non-stop vaping.

    If I was vaping at 11W I would consider the MVP to be every bit as good as the Cloupor (using IMR 3100mAh cells). Better, if you consider that you can have a second MVP as backup for the same money.
     
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  5. solomon7

    solomon7 New Member

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    I should note I will likely be getting a .8 ohm ceramic atty for oils as well, and if my math is right with a base of 3.3 volts the MVP would be underpowering the atty by a couple watts, right? I'd nee it up around 3.7-3.8.
    Dangit, 215z now I"m lookin' at box mods as well lol.

    Went and got the MVP 2.0. So far very please with it! My "button time" is droppe to a third of what it was with the eGo! All smiles here!!!
     
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  6. Jenna_Kitten

    Jenna_Kitten New Member

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    I would highly recommend the Cana Modz hana clone from Cloupor
     
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