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    Advice needed on mods

    Iím thinking about dipping my toe in the water with mods.

    I am only looking at entry level stuff at this point. Have been reading reviews and watching review videos on the Lavatube mini and the Vamo to give you an idea of the end of the market I am looking at.

    Lavatubes seem to be a bit like hens teeth. Most places seem to be sold out or not stocking them anymore. I like the look of the Vamo and particularly like the Ide that you have the option of a shorter version via the detachable tube.

    What are peopleís thoughts on these? Is there anything else comparable in this price range that I am overlooking?

    Thanks in advance.

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    The anyvape cvi a lot of us have them coming via coop some may come up on classies
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    So far only about $1200 spent on vapeing

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    I started with a vamo kindly donated by eTama. Since, I've got a couple of eGo twists for a song. I like them all and will get a bit better in the know as time goes on. Take it slow and don't go beserk, just get your juices and what you like in order. No need for huge machines that cost a fortune, just get the most you can out of vaping and go with the flow.

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    Get your feet on the floor before you start to go nuts on all the mods. I'm waiting on my anyvape but remember that you need batteries and a charger which you WILL get from Supersport600 but it still remains a bit of an expense.

    Like I said, get it all together before you start spending big dollars. You will do well being here. x

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    Remember, the guys on here are into big machines and little panties, so pace yourself.

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    Oi, Rocksie, I resemble that remark!
    Flitterby likes this.
    "Morituri nolumus morti" We who are about to die DON'T WANT TO!
    "Carpe fermentum!" Seize the beer!

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    I can vouch for the Vamo as a first mod. It's a solid device and easy to use. The only thing that may be considered a downside is it's size, it's relatively long. But it can be run in 18350 mode to make it much shorter.

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    Im surprised the provari fan boys havnt swarmed this thread lol
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    So far only about $1200 spent on vapeing

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    Quote Originally Posted by izmali View Post
    Im surprised the provari fan boys havnt swarmed this thread lol
    Maybe they saw the 'entry level' proviso.

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    The only thing not entry level is price tag but all review say its worth it
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    So far only about $1200 spent on vapeing

 

 
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