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Thread: innoken coolfire IV vs Istick 30 or 40

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    innoken coolfire IV vs Istick 30 or 40

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm on the search for a new mod. Currently i have Istick 20 and 50's, all of which have firing problems, and one 50 continuously turns itself off - bloody annoying. BUT I love the long battery life.

    I have also had MVP 20's which i use to love, but battery life is not so long.

    Of course, I have gone through 3 Isticks in 12 months and still have my MVPs, so it's pretty obvious which has a better bang for buck.

    I am uncertain as to what to buy, any help appreciated.

    Thanks in advance.

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    I have a coolfire IV and istick 50,30 and 20. The coolfire is built to a higher standard and oozes quility. On the other hand the isticks feel very cheap but they are much lighter.
    There is a small difference in battery life between the 30 and the coolfire but not that much that you notice. For a small amount more $ I would pick the coolfire.
    leec, M1557 and Byron like this.

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    Thanks muchly for the first hand info.

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    Evic-VT is probably worth considering too if you want good battery life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by J_B_86 View Post
    Evic-VT is probably worth considering too if you want good battery life.
    And also covers you if you decide to try temp control down the track.
    Last cigarette, 11:00 AM 11th March 2015.

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    Thanks for the heads up on the evic vt.
    I've had a look at it, but its all a little confusing for me.
    I use Aspire clearomisers and dont want to have to deal with batteries.
    I understand the evic vt does wall charge, but the nickel and titanium stuff and the tank it comes with is all just too much for my blonde brain.
    thanks anyway.

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    I'm selling handfull's of each unit every day and i second the build quality statement regarding the coolfire.

    You wont be disappointed if you go with the coolfire.
    The black version also looks very sleek paired with a black subtank mini, a perfect setup for a person jumping into the subtank game.

 

 

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