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Thread: Goodbye monthly budget, hello new setup!

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    Goodbye monthly budget, hello new setup!

    Recently had a large design order come through, so I decided to treat myself in light of it.

    Just bought the Innokin MVP v2.0 VV/VW in Camo and the Aspire Nautilus Kit from VapeKing.

    Not bad for $100 to be honest, plus it's topped off with a beautiful wide bore copper drip tip. xD

    What do you guys think? Decent purchase?
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    I own a lot of mvp's and I think they are brilliant. I always tell people to use a different micro usb cord. The one that is included needs a little wiggle to remove and it can put stress on the charge port on the device.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    I own a lot of mvp's and I think they are brilliant. I always tell people to use a different micro usb cord. The one that is included needs a little wiggle to remove and it can put stress on the charge port on the device.
    Good thing I own about a thousand micro-usb cords xD

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    Yep I reckon you couldn't do much better for a $100 purchase .... if nothing else its a reliable good deal back up device... if you decide to go further ,.... and if not a really capable little unit on its own merits
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fatman View Post
    Yep I reckon you couldn't do much better for a $100 purchase .... if nothing else its a reliable good deal back up device... if you decide to go further ,.... and if not a really capable little unit on its own merits
    Thanks Fm! I did quite a bit of research on MVP and the Nautilus before buying them, decided it'd be the perfect budget throw together for now. I've currently got 7 or 8 clearomizers in our storage cupboard, but the MVP will actually be our second "battery" haha.

    Quite happy with the investment.
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    Are they clone or authentic?

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    I'm running the same setup! i have been loving it.

    If they're from VapeKing they'll be authentic

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    One thing that gets me with the charging cord is that the port that goes into the MVP isnt the one opposite the cord.
    #1stworldproblems...
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