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Thread: Provari mini to buy or not to buy :-)

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    Provari mini to buy or not to buy :-)

    Ok, a little bit of money burning a hole in pocket here, Its enough for a provari mini set up and I have been back and forthing about this for months. I have a Lava tube (china rip off) and I barely use it, preferring my twists. So basically..pros and cons please? Its alot of money to part with when I am not 100% sure but that buy it button could have it with me by the end of the week! Ok well have to pop out for a while so perhaps when I come back my mind will be made up LOL
    On my way to you Cindy!!
    xo
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    Just do it, best vaping investment you can make. Pros: ultra reliable, easy to use, looks good, feels good, stronger than superman, Cons: none
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    I just got one. Loving it so far! Feels nice to hold and looks great with a few of the drippers I have

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    Bought one to go with my regular ProVari, got the extension tube and the flat top as well. Have not regretted it for a minute.

    You know you want one....

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    Buy Buy Buy

    Pros : Built like a tank
    Regulated, constant voltage for an exceptionally smooth vape
    Damn sexy, IMO
    Proven reliability
    It's a Provari

    Cons : Expensive
    Somewhat outdated in regards to features
    Can hurt you if you drop it on your toes with or without shoes ( oh another pro you could probably beat up muggers with it )

    I love my mini
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    Well at least Vaping has stopped my god awful wheezing

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    Buy!
    In short, quality...

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    If all you want is something to tweak voltage (requires some knowledge of Ω etc to v) and that goes hard and keeps going then yes.
    If you want a vape counter and something that tells you what the time is, no.
    For the record my provari mini is 18 months old and still goes like I first bought it
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    I lurrrrrves my Provari mini so buy buy buy

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    I got to hold one last time I was at Vapebar....they are really, really nice. I got very tempted to buy one.

    But I'm like you, I don't really know what I use it for, other than checking resistances. It's too big for me, I don't want to use something that big and I don't like the look of any clearo or dripper on it. Plus I hate the look of tanks....so really, for me there is no point spending the money just cuz they feel so good in your hand.

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    Buy it , but not if you gonna just throw a clearo on it , pffft I never understood clearo users who buy mods

 

 
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