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    To Provari.... Or Not to Provari

    Hi all,
    i have finally made the decision to purchase a Provari. I still have a few holdbacks..
    1, are they really as good as they say ?
    2, if you look after the ptovari (ie- don't drop it etc) do they last ?
    I have been using an Evic for 9-10 months now and am really happy with it, except that the firing button has become "soft to touch"
    I would really like to hear from provari owners what they think .
    Thanks,
    Big Al

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    heheheheh

    Go for gold Provari Lovers!

    Al, The Provari is a great device. I don't think you'll have many naysayers amongst their owners.




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    I don't own one, but if I was to buy one, probably the zombie one would be cool, but really most people are buying good quality dna30 devices lately like a Zna ZNA
    Jeff

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    If you dont sub ohm a provari is amazingly reliable and will give you a nicer vape than the evic due to it being a "truer" VV device. If you wanted to sub ohm go for a dna30
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    Its a great device mate....do it..do it..:-)

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    provari is a good all rounder that'll never let you down, one downside to the provari that you might not like is that it won't let you fire above a certain voltage depending on the ohm's of your coil.. unlike the evic you can torch any build at 5volts lol (except sub ohm)
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    ^^^^^^ Def what Stomp said
    Rum and a vape before 10 am makes you a Pro (vari) Pirate!

    I've had a second-hand mini for about 6 months now. Never missed a beat. Fits in my top coat pocket with a Russian 91% and for that extra long trip the "Twins" (extension tube) lasts me close to two days. I still want a DNA30 but that's mainly a prepper thing as I reckon if the board goes I could always replace the 30 more easily than the Provari.
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    well,,,,, enter credit card number,,,,,,Hmmm... pay now.....and
    It looks like i just bought a Provari !!!
    Thanks guys for all your help. much appreciated.
    One more thing,,, Doe the Provari really need AW Batts ? i have a shi* load of 18650's but not AW. are they AW's needed ?
    thats what i have heard..
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    Congrats akef38!
    Re the batts - I'm no battery expert (but I'm sure one will pop up) but the AWs are what ProVape recommend.
    Tell us what brands you have and I'm sure you'll get some advice.

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    Most of my batts are button top. Theya re NCR 2600,Trustfire 2400's,and a couple of Samsung 2600's,all 18650's

 

 
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