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    Interesting piece of kit??

    Want to turn your mechanical mod to VV and VW?? I might buy one for the hell of it?


    $26.34 Vamo 4S Variable Volt/Watt Control Head for Mechanical Mods - OLED screen / stainless steel at FastTech - Worldwide Free Shipping
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    Quote Originally Posted by Robray View Post
    You'd have to be able to lock your mod on. The Vamo board would turn off each time you let the mod button off.

    No, it's just too weird.


    ETA: On second thoughts it might be useful to someone who does not already have an APV but wants something portable for checking volts/ohms/coil. IOW it might find a use as a testing device, but would be right royal PITA to do a 5 button press and wait half a second every single time you wanted a vape.
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    I have no Idea how it works, but I would thing you would have to lock you mechanical mod button in the fire position to be able to use it? I was thinking more as a battery tube side by side with it similar to the image
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabricator4 View Post
    You'd have to be able to lock your mod on. The Vamo board would turn off each time you let the mod button off.

    No, it's just too weird.


    ETA: On second thoughts it might be useful to someone who does not already have an APV but wants something portable for checking volts/ohms/coil. IOW it might find a use as a testing device, but would be right royal PITA to do a 5 button press and wait half a second every single time you wanted a vape.
    So it would switch of every time you let go of the fire button?

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve.c View Post
    So it would switch of every time you let go of the fire button?

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    Yes. only if you could lock your Mech. Fire button on. It would then work just like a Vamo. (I think)
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    I've encountered a lot of dead VAMO's in the wild lately, so maybe this is the result of somebody requesting a replacement VAMO head?

    Either way... somebody in a Chinese factory didn't think their cunning plan all the way through
    These things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robray View Post
    I have no Idea how it works, but I would thing you would have to lock you mechanical mod button in the fire position to be able to use it? I was thinking more as a battery tube side by side with it similar to the image
    Do you think you could use this with a regular tube like the evic ones I have
    Joyetech eVic VV/VW MOD Battery Casing Set (Discontinued) [03-C-1-2] - $7.84 : Healthcabin Electronic Cigarettes - Wholesale and Retail

    I think it would look sleeker
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    Not sure this would replace a Vamo head without surgery., However its an cheapish way to get a Vamo board for modding into a box mod??
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    Do you think you could use this with a regular tube like the evic ones I have
    Joyetech eVic VV/VW MOD Battery Casing Set (Discontinued) [03-C-1-2] - $7.84 : Healthcabin Electronic Cigarettes - Wholesale and Retail

    I think it would look sleeker
    Nope, they have changed the bottom of the head to be another 510 connection by the look of it. your eVic tube would need a female 510 connecor to mate with the amo Head in the form it's pictured in the OP's (old pervert's) link.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    Do you think you could use this with a regular tube like the evic ones I have
    Joyetech eVic VV/VW MOD Battery Casing Set (Discontinued) [03-C-1-2] - $7.84 : Healthcabin Electronic Cigarettes - Wholesale and Retail

    I think it would look sleeker

    I dont see why not. You can make most things fit with a hacksaw and a Dremel. I guess the diameter is in the same time zone.
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