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    Vamo Mukey

    Does anyone have one?

    I have read up on the Vamo and realised i should get this instead if the upright standing one.

    Thoughts?

    I am about to get one and was wondering what is the best looking tank to go with it.

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    Id recommend a vamo v5 in stainless steel. Then most 22mm tanks will suit it nicely. A kayfun lite plus style tank is really good if you're into a rebuildable. Or a genni like the kracken seem to be very popular. If you're looking for a good tank with replacement coils then I'd recommend a silo tank from house of vape, based on what I've read about them. I've not tried the silo tank but there was a thread on here praising the hell out of it.

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    Just got one myself and going to run it through its paces
    I've got a few tanks that i just ordered as well

    Got a kayfun, Taifun, AGA-T5, Fogger 4.1, Silo, Naut, Naut mini , also a atty clone rda

    Will try and take some pics for you if you like

    I ordered a vamo v5 as well before i saw the Mukey >.<
    But destiny said the mukey arrived before the Vamo!

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    I cant see any reason to believe it should be any different from the regular vamo the only thing they have changed is that the battery sits along side the the electronics instead of on top.
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    Cant help thinking I have seen these before!!!



    A couple of our members played around with these a while back.

    Reconfigured Vamo

    Just for the record I have a couple on the way. Reason is that they are chrome plated brass and should look pretty stripped back to brass. Old school, that’s me!!
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    Well you know I have one and I love it to bits. I also have a Vamo V5 and believe it or not they are different, the display for starts. I don't know if it's psychological or not but the Mukey vapes way better.

    The Mukey and the Kato are my favourite mods. Both have a nice roundness compared to a straight box mod. Another member here, The Sodd, has just got his Mukey and has the same feelings towards it. The design is way more desirable to me than a great bit stick.

    I'd like to see more side by sides!
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    Thanks guys, i am sold!
    I have ordered the vamo mukey and kato.

    So if i am a newbie--with the vamo mukey whatever tank i put into it (ohms, resistance etc etc) i really cannot blow myself up right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermugi View Post
    Thanks guys, i am sold!
    I have ordered the vamo mukey and kato.

    So if i am a newbie--with the vamo mukey whatever tank i put into it (ohms, resistance etc etc) i really cannot blow myself up right?

    Correct. You will need to use an unprotected battery, but the vamo circuit will keep you safe. It will not fire if you have a low resistance coil. I believe over one ohm will be fine. It will stop firing when the battery capacity gets too low, so you are covered there. Certainly not a unit for the hooligan low ohm crowd, but for a new vaper it will serve you well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mistermugi View Post
    Thanks guys, i am sold!
    I have ordered the vamo mukey and kato.

    So if i am a newbie--with the vamo mukey whatever tank i put into it (ohms, resistance etc etc) i really cannot blow myself up right?
    Pretty much! It'll save you from a mistake, nothing will save you from stupidity. (Not implying you're stupid just saying)

    Good luck with both, I thing you will love them!!
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    Wish i knew all this info before i went crazy buying different pieces!
    I guess for a newbie the best advice would be to get a few different tanks and then VV and/or VW piece.
    Would have saved me a few bucks but i guess its part of the journey.
    Now i have accumulated all this stuff i gotta purchase a cabinet to store it all!
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