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    Which high powered mod

    So it's been over a month of the smokes and really happy. I've spent heaps on juices and gear but still infront of my pack a day habbit.

    I'm looking for another mod to use at home mainly something that goes above 75w that my ipv d2 can do.

    Dual 18650 would be best I've got a good charger and several batteries already.

    So far I'm looking at:

    Smok x cube 2
    Ipv3
    Sigeli 150w
    Snow wolf 200

    I have a uwell crown tank but thinking of getting a tfv4 to pair with whatever beast i get ☺

    No set budget either.

    Looking forward to hearing your thoughts.

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    Huge congrats on a successful month yippee
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    Huge congrats on a successful month yippee
    Thanks! It's been so easy it's not funny. But i have become obsessed with vaping lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by pavlo View Post
    Thanks! It's been so easy it's not funny. But i have become obsessed with vaping lol

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    It settles down after a few years hahahahahaha
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crisscross View Post
    It settles down after a few years hahahahahaha
    hopefully ! lol...........
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    Quote Originally Posted by akef38 View Post
    hopefully ! lol...........
    Not before a cabinet is required. Then the wood obsession starts hahahaha
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    The ipvs and Smok products are known to have problems, whereas the Segelei has a great reputation. I haven't heard much about the Snow Wolf though.

    Congrats on your first month. now just to deal with your new hobby.

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    Snow wolf is amazing as long as you get version 1.5 not original there is a limited edition 1.5 on Forum congrats on first month
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    What does everyone think of the ipv3 or sigeli 150w?

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    I have both the Snow Wolf 200w V1, and the X cube II.

    The Snow Wolf is easier to use, and it auto detects between Kanthal and Nickel. It can hit harder with new batteries, so you'll have to adjust it once the batteries go down a little.
    If you get the Snow Wolf, get a version 1.5, as it now has atty lock. When I use mine in Kanthal mode, it takes about 2-3 sec for it to work out I'm not using temp control.
    If I leave it sit for a bit,
    and I have unlock it, it will go through that whole process again.
    It tries to temp control stainless steel, but it's not meant too. When it realizes that, it will hit you hard mid vape at higher wattage.


    The X Cube II has alot of bells and whistles, and pretty lights. It does
    Kanthal and Nickel out of the box, but requires a phone+dosh to unlock titanium and stainless steel, and it's firmware up-gradable via a windows PC.
    Basically, if you like to muck around with different settings, different wires, it's an all in one mod. There is alot of bar clicking, A LOT
    of bar clicking, to navigate the menu and settings.
    But in saying all that, o
    nce you get it setup, it's a champ.

    I use both every day.
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