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    Looking at bigger clearos like a Vivi Nova

    I used to use tanked carts etc but turned off them and settled for smaller stardusts etc.

    I tried a vision Nova (old style) a long time ago and wasn't too impressed.

    Getting tired of filling regularly when using larger mods. Kinda defeats the purpose of a larger mod.

    I've been trying a mini 2.5 rebuildable and it's got potential. Did a bit of a search but a few things I couldn't clear up.

    Also asking if stardust users are happy with the novas etc. Are people finding they like to vape at the same Watts between the two?

    All my 2.4 coils are giving me 3 - 4 Ohms???? and need washing out big time before first use otherwise all I get is a wick taste for about 2 fills.

    I see there are OEMs and clones etc and parts are not interchangable. How can I tell the difference when ordering? especially with replacement coils etc.? (vendor stocks are low and I may need to do a couple of seperate orders)
    Also take it stardust coils don't fit. (I should have tried before my last fill)

    What version are they up to. I've seen a lot of v3 but am also seeing CE9 and V4 etc. Legit? Trying to work out exactly what to search for and what not to get to avoid problems from incompatible parts.

    Also seeing STV and metal tubes etc. Are they all compatible with any 3.5ml OEM etc.

    Too many questions, sorry bout that and thanks in advance.
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    I'm hanging out for VK to get the Innokin iclear30 they look the go..
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    Personally I would wait til vendors get the iClear 30 in.

    GrimmGreen review and pbursado rates them, and plenty of good reviews around the web.
    iCLEAR 30 TANK WIN - YouTube

    The nova's are good though, it is what I started on, since I moved to genesis I don't really use them any more. But I'm keen to try the iclear 30
    I got mine from vapeking, I believe the latest is v3, genuine atleast
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    Quote Originally Posted by shipo View Post
    I'm hanging out for VK to get the Innokin iclear30 they look the go..
    The order I had in mind for some Novas is getting smaller

    Just checked out there website. Any idea on ETA.
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersports600 View Post
    The order I had in mind for some Novas is getting smaller

    Just checked out there website. Any idea on ETA.
    Not sure ss but are they here yet
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    wat about the new bcc tank
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    Quote Originally Posted by izmali View Post
    wat about the new bcc tank
    I think I tried a kanger one a while ago and didn't like it as much as a stardust. Maybe less flavour or warmth or something, can't remember.

    Have you tried the vape only one izmali?
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    Quote Originally Posted by supersports600 View Post
    Also asking if stardust users are happy with the novas etc. Are people finding they like to vape at the same Watts between the two?
    I started with stardusts (2.4) and have migrated to Novas. Have only really used the 2.4 coils with the Novas and yes I find I run them at the same wattage. I prefer the Novas for a couple of reasons. like the build and the ease of refilling for a start and for me I prefer the easier draw with the Novas.

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    The VO BCC gives a slightly warmer (only just) than the T3, guessing its from the tighter draw. Been quite happy using the VO BCC tank on the provari while waiting for some other rebuildable bottom feeding attys.



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    Where as I didn't like the easier draw of the Novas compared to the Stardusts. I've rewicked both of them with matching wick, and coil setups, and the Stardust just seems to pump out a lot more vapour.
    A tanked Stardust? lol
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