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    Provari tank recommendations

    Hi All,

    Looking at upgrading from the Ego K and stardust to a provari and seeking peeps thoughts on a good tank for it. Was looking at the liquinator or the protank.

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    Can't go wrong with a liquinator tbh. When i started off it's what i got, and even 1.3months later, i still have it and it's still as good as the first day i got it (sans scratches of course! :P)

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    Second for the liquinator. Robust and elegant, they just work and look good.
    The protank does look good as well, personal opinion notwithstanding, but you'd then be stuck with a Protank. I have a few that are not used at all, I'd be happy to send you one to try to see how it works for you and whether you like the aesthetics.


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    Salt & Pepper tank there great and easy to refill. Down side they are pricey .

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    Quote Originally Posted by adam6179 View Post
    Salt & Pepper tank there great and easy to refill. Down side they are pricey .
    Nice idea Adam, do you have one and if so, where did you get it from?


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    Hey there MrGruffy, I shore do have a S&P tank and one guess who I got it from lol Ingrid....its awesome on my new polished stainless steel V2.5 Provari.
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    I am still a fan of the Kir Fanis tanks on the provari ... they just LOOK like they were meant to be on there
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    Again a little pricey , but very good quality
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatman View Post
    I am still a fan of the Kir Fanis tanks on the provari ... they just LOOK like they were meant to be on there
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    Again a little pricey , but very good quality
    OH man they look great, mite be my next purchase

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrGruffy View Post
    Nice idea Adam, do you have one and if so, where did you get it from?
    Love the SnP tank - so easy to refill. They are at Vapourart. They have the 22mm tank in stock - but not for long, I would guess. They should have 23mm tanks in a couple of weeks.

    I'll have a 23mm SnP with me at the meet on Saturday.

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    I like the look of the SnP tank especially on the provari

 

 
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