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    which vw device should i get

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    Ive been happily sucking away on my vamo v2 for a while now

    and the only thing i don't like is the ability to change the watts with out knowing

    (seems those buttons are too easily pushed by accident)

    so what would you recommend for a replacement?

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    EPM get good reviews, but don't display watts as numbers, only a colour gradient [why i shy away] and they look hard to accidentally change
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    1 vote for DogMan because squonkers, dogs, chooks and brevity

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    Sigelei ZMAX range @ Vapeking.

    Single button. Have to scroll through a menu before changing the Watts.

    I've had the "Telescope" ones bfore. Sturdy but heavy.

    I wanna get a "mini" to replace my Vamo as I like 18350 mods.

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    whats your budget???
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    So far only about $1200 spent on vapeing

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    The Zmax is good but how the hell do ya turn it off without going through the menu?

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    Depending on budget and F5 ability, DNA30 mods can lock the wattage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by izmali View Post
    whats your budget???
    no budget............

    happy with 18350 size

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    Provari Mini?
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    MVP2 if youdont really have a budget.. no messing with batteries (its built in) lasts a good long whilst.. cheap to buy.. (starts areound $45.00) easy to use..and if you are rough like I am with my mods it does the job....

    The experience is not really like a vamo .. its probably more stable in its performance then a vamo .. athough I found in not as strong as a vamo (vtrs are nicer and better but dont tend to last as long)

    If you have the budget or are able to .. save for a provari or similar .. theres no comparison
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    If you can get a VTR V2, not V1, I would go for that.
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