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    Eleaf 50w or the Innokin MVP 3.0 30W

    I'm looking at buying a regulated box mod as I've been enjoying using my wifes Egrip with the rba installed. I still enjoy my mech mods but mainly on a fully charged battery, I'm assuming a regulated mod gives a constant vape throughout the the life of a battery charge.
    The two in my price range I like are the Eleaf 50W & the Innokin MVP 3.0 30W. I don't know why but I'm assuming the MVP 3.0 would have better electronics & it does RMS but I do like the size & shape of the Eleaf & I do find my wifes 20w Istick a good vape even though it is PWM.
    Does anyone have any advice on which might be the better purchase, I would be called an average vapour & normally use about 1ohm coils. I use Kayfun Lite +, Rose & now a Kangor Sub tank with a 1ohm coil in the rba.

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    ive had to older mvp 2 it was quality, but if it was me id go for the istick, bigger battery and more power if you need it
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    Heya Rod ... been using the 50W istick for a few days now ... its pretty rock solid , and has the an improved build quality over the 20W ... good floating pin, stainless 510 , awesome battery life , and it certainly appear to fire in RMS ( as does the 30W version ) I have checked it with my ECDMeter just now and the power supplied reads 0.2-0.3 ohm lower at 10 W
    The Volts displayed , as the resistance of the atty displayed are spot on
    It is actually showing as being truly regulated too ( as in NOT PWM ! ) as it gives no frequency reading with the ECDM

    That surprised me a little just then lol
    I think its a wee ripper ... if they could make a change out battery version without altering the dimensions or safety factors , they would be perfect ( and never sell more than one to each person in their lifetime lol )

    ( its not hard to swap out cells tho if you can solder )
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    My IPV2X doesn't hold a candle to the 50w iStick. I used my Delta 2 on a friends iStick and it worked better at 30w on it than it does at 40w on the IPV.
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    Asked myself a similar question earlier this week Rod, wanted something bigger for at home in regards to battery life. Decided to go the istick 50w, as I liked my original 20w, and it had a bigger battery built in compared to the MVP. Power wasn't really a factor for this purchase.

    I THINK I made the right choice. There is nothing wrong with it, but for me, doesn't feel great in the hand, and the button just feels a fraction stiff each time I press it. I think I'm just used to smaller/lighter devices, and the button needs a bit of breaking in.

    No qualms about quality of the device, looks or function wise. I've probably vaped about 12ml of juice on it over a period of 3 days, and the battery still appears full, so it fits the purpose I bought it for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    I'm looking at buying a regulated box mod as I've been enjoying using my wifes Egrip with the rba installed. I still enjoy my mech mods but mainly on a fully charged battery, I'm assuming a regulated mod gives a constant vape throughout the the life of a battery charge.
    The two in my price range I like are the Eleaf 50W & the Innokin MVP 3.0 30W. I don't know why but I'm assuming the MVP 3.0 would have better electronics & it does RMS but I do like the size & shape of the Eleaf & I do find my wifes 20w Istick a good vape even though it is PWM.
    Does anyone have any advice on which might be the better purchase, I would be called an average vapour & normally use about 1ohm coils. I use Kayfun Lite +, Rose & now a Kangor Sub tank with a 1ohm coil in the rba.
    My 2 cents

    Function: The MPV 3.0 hands down
    1. No PWM
    2. RMS not Eleaf watts
    3. Mini USB placement on the control face & not the bottom
    4. Plenty of power for your Kayfun Lite +, Rose & a Kanger Sub tank, (with a 1ohm coil in the RBA)
    5. 25mm Kanger Sub Tank will not overhang
    6. Better construction
    7. Better QC


    Form: You need to see both of them in real life, to make your own decision.

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    Thanks everyone:-) Reading down through the posts I became convinced the Istick will be the one then Snidely posted & made me have to think again. FM can you delete Snidely's post:-)

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    LOL ... nup its valid ...you will have to choose lol ...I want to see an istick on an oscilloscope tho before I argue as to full range PWM or if it switches mode somewhere along the way ..it certainly is not pwm at the 10 w I am testing it at
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    I would suggest to also look at the IPV mini V2 70w

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    Quote Originally Posted by rodbam View Post
    Thanks everyone:-) Reading down through the posts I became convinced the Istick will be the one then Snidely posted & made me have to think again. FM can you delete Snidely's post:-)
    Rod knowing how fickle I am with these if you wait a few days I might sell mine.
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