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    Help with provari

    Hi folks I've just purchased my very first provari and I'm at a loss as to what I can use,clearomisers,tank. I have a couple of nautilus tanks and I am not to impressed with the flavours,I have tried the dual coils and the vertical coils but I'm not happy with either of them. I have been using kanger t3s and t3d clearos since I started vaping and I cannot seem to find a tank that matches the flavour the old clearos have. Can I use the kanger clearos on the provari 2.5 or are they not suitable. Recommendation's greatly appreciated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by €offee View Post
    Hi folks I've just purchased my very first provari and I'm at a loss as to what I can use,clearomisers,tank. I have a couple of nautilus tanks and I am not to impressed with the flavours,I have tried the dual coils and the vertical coils but I'm not happy with either of them. I have been using kanger t3s and t3d clearos since I started vaping and I cannot seem to find a tank that matches the flavour the old clearos have. Can I use the kanger clearos on the provari 2.5 or are they not suitable. Recommendation's greatly appreciated.
    the provari should run any of the kanger tacks except the sub tank as they do not go down to 0.5 ohm coils

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertch View Post
    the provari should run any of the kanger tacks except the sub tank as they do not go down to 0.5 ohm coils
    Provari wont take ego threaded clearos, you'll need an adapter if you want to run them.

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    You can pick up something like this

    ProVari & ProVape-1 Ego-T Adapter
    From most Online and also Bricks & Mortar Vape Shops
    Fatman and Vaporific like this.

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    FWIW, I run a Nautilus Mini (BVC with 510 connection) on a Provari Mini (v2) and it seems to run OK.
    Not a massive amount of vapour but enough to keep me happy, as well as reasonably compact.
    YMMV, Subscribing for ideas.
    Last edited by Gish; 24-02-15 at 01:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by €offee View Post
    Hi folks I've just purchased my very first provari and I'm at a loss as to what I can use,clearomisers,tank. I have a couple of nautilus tanks and I am not to impressed with the flavours,I have tried the dual coils and the vertical coils but I'm not happy with either of them. I have been using kanger t3s and t3d clearos since I started vaping and I cannot seem to find a tank that matches the flavour the old clearos have. Can I use the kanger clearos on the provari 2.5 or are they not suitable. Recommendation's greatly appreciated.
    Your saying a t3 outperforms a nautilus? Lol! Thats a first, but to each his own i suppose. Theres no reason you cant continue to use them on the Provari, as stated above just get an adapter and they should work just fine

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    Thanks for the replies folks,very good to know oh and as far as the nautilus performance goes,it is an extremely good tank,I have no complaints with the build and it is the bee's knees for the provari,it is just the flavour performance that is letting it down,I only wish it wasn't but my taste buds do not lie but thanks away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by €offee View Post
    Thanks for the replies folks,very good to know oh and as far as the nautilus performance goes,it is an extremely good tank,I have no complaints with the build and it is the bee's knees for the provari,it is just the flavour performance that is letting it down,I only wish it wasn't but my taste buds do not lie but thanks away.
    Really??? the old clearos have better flavor? Hmmm intresting:S

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    I run a subtank on a p3 with the 1.2 coils at 15 w it's the bomb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blair View Post
    I run a subtank on a p3 with the 1.2 coils at 15 w it's the bomb
    In Provari that's 4.2v

    €offee
    Try out a ProTank 2, (same coil as a T3 almost).

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