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    Which mods people the happiest with?

    so does the pro various still hold the crown???

    I have jumped around a bit in my setups and thought I was happy with the vtr using the iclear a that comes with them but three months in the vtr has developed too many problems to ignore any more. The resistance it reads is all over the shop I often have to twist the spinal base to get it to work at all. The thread the clero screws in doesn't always do all the way up and leaves the iclear loose. The batteries seem to get damaged on the negative end by the rounded piece under the door. I often have to shake it to get power on. etc etc.

    but having said that when it was new it was my preferred vape to date.

    I had an itasete quo which I gave to a mate which never had a problem but did not give me the same hit.

    my real question is, do I bite the bullet and get a pro various and if so would the hit I get off this equal the vtr and do they develop problems too or do I just get another vtr and accept that I will be getting one every few months?

    I know any replies will be opinion but I am keen to hear them.

    I just had another though, I will drop into steam and see if the boys word mind me trying out out a pro care.

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    If your after a VV mod and you have the money for a Provari, then get one.
    It won't give you any problems like the VTR.
    If you decide later on that the provari isn't for you, then resale is great on them too.
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    Three little letters that say so much ... EPM

    EPM VW-18490 and VW-18650 s/s mods and accessories

    Aussie Built , Aussie Tuff, Aussie Vapers member ... say no more


    ( provari is still a must have backup tho )
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    EPM V2-18490 (X2 ),GP Spheroid V2.5 and GP Piccolo V2.5 ,BBCB, Provari mini's, REO mini V2.1, 18490 REO , Jazz Carto Pipes ( fitted with GA tank and churchwarden stem Totally Evil!!! ), Meerschaum pipe ,e-holly35W,Phideas, AIOS,Taifun atties, PC Pipe mods.PC Squonker, Svapiamo squonker, GP Paps Heron combo.

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    I wish the VTR and the MVP had a love child. Wouldn't mind a tough side fire with simple USB charging.
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    While I know some people have had problems, I've been really happy with my Vaporshark DNA 20.
    Not a huge amount of battery life though, but I get a full day out of it.

    For a mechanical, and what I use the most when I'm out and about because it fits in my pocket, I use the Microstick and couldn't be happier with it.

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    grad. ... sitting outside steam atm and they are closed inside their advertised trading hours. a wasted hours drive.

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    my bad.... I see on their Web site they closing a little earlier now and not open sundays

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    For a Mechanical Mod I would Recommend the Magnetic Dragon.

    It is heavily built with flawless threading and the locking ring is like butter.
    The bottom button is thick and stable and can support a full Ithaca without firing.

    It looks seamless even with its mixed finished parts.

    I cannot fault the button assembly in any way, its even better than the Paps Button.


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    I would say for vv devices, you can't go wrong with a vamo V3,V4,V5 but they are big and somewhat heavy
    Spinners 650 mAh are nice and small, but you need on average 2 per day.
    mvp v1 last all day and is really handy for charging usb devices.
    VTR v2 has the VTR v1 spinner issues fixed, but I've never seen one as of yet and are really heavy.
    My ADV mod is a cheap $28 mod from FT that I modded to the max. I like stealth vaping with it. https://www.fasttech.com/products/0/...anical-mod-kit <-- stock you can use a kanger mini protank, If you cut off the wings with a grinder you can use anything.
    Jeff

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    depends what you want from a device

    personally my ideal device is

    *made from high quality material
    *has buttery smooth threading
    *can take all batteries in that series ( ie 18350 , 18490 and 18650 )
    *has excellent button and comfortable button placement
    *is tried and tested
    *has air flow control build in ( independant of the atty being used )
    *has spare parts available

    for this reason the Just GG is the mod i am happiest with ( it also hybridizes with all the GG atties i use )

 

 
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