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Thread: When using a VV/VW mod, which do you choose?

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    When using a VV/VW mod, which do you choose?

    When using a VV/VW mod, which do you use - the Variable Voltage option, or Variable Wattage option?

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    VW is more incremental... gives you more control.

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    Vw for the ease of use.

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    Vw but occasionally I fine tune it with vv.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nicoandlaughter View Post
    Vw but occasionally I fine tune it with vv.
    You have a VV/VW mod that can alter both 'at once'?

    My Smok and Sigelei Zmax minis will allow either, but if you change one from the default, flip over and change the other before returning to the first, you'll find the first has reverted to the default value.

    What kind of mod do you have?

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    VW....always had a soft spot for kombi's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaporific View Post
    You have a VV/VW mod that can alter both 'at once'?

    My Smok and Sigelei Zmax minis will allow either, but if you change one from the default, flip over and change the other before returning to the first, you'll find the first has reverted to the default value.

    What kind of mod do you have?
    iSticks allow you to do this (although I do it the opposite way ... large changes with VV, fine tune with VW)
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    I like using VV/VW mods and prefer VW but really I don't care that much to be honest.
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    I use vw, because I can, no real reason.
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    I use VW, also because of the fine tuning.
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