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    Need help choosing

    Im sure something similar has been asked before so I'll start off with an apology,

    I dont know enough to make an informed decision and after getting wrong with my first vaporiser dont want to regret my second purchase.

    So I'm looking at...
    Eleaf 60w iStick 60w tc full kit (comes with melo 2 tank) $79.95
    Joytech eVic vt 60w 5000mah ( comes with eGo one mega vt tank) $100
    Kanger Subox mini ( comes with subtank mini and rba atomizer) $90

    Not sure if anyone has any other suggestions for aroind tuis price range?
    Looking at ongoing cost and versatility with coils.

    Thanks in advance,

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    Get a 60w MVP dude...MVP's have been around for a while now in 15w and 30w and are built like a brick shithouse.
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    I (and a lot of the internets who are more informed than I am) can heartily recommend the Kanger subox.

    A very good and easy intro to subohming plus you get an RBA deck for the subtank mini if you want to explore that later on.

    Disclosure : I already own 4 subtanks
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    I do like the thought of having the chance to build my own coils

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    Hi Tyzer, i started off using the subox kit and its a great beginner kit.

    I have since purchased and currently using the evic vtc mini.

    From experience, if i were to do it again or recommend something for a friend wanting to start, i would get them to purchase the evic vtc mod by itself and a kanger subtank by itself.

    These two have been great for me and I use the RBA section and not the OCC coils for the subtank, its so easy to clean, pull apart etc.

    People complain about the subtank leaking but i have never had this issue and in regards to the spitback, i believe its the way you wick the RBA, if done right no spitback at all.

    Just my 2 cents.
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    Thats exactly what i was thinking, but going with a kanger subtank 2 +, only problem is if i want to pick one up from my local they only do the kits and my budget is $100 so cant afford both this week😢

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    The other good thing about the evic vtc mod is it is firmware upgradable, the current firmware makes it fire up to 75W and it also has temperature control so later on if you want to start playing with nickel and titanium wire you have that option.

    The battery life in the evic vtc seems to be better than the kanger mod also by a significant amount, and there isnt a delay when pressing the fire button to when it starts heating the coil.

    If you can i would highly recommend going down this route.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KH41 View Post
    Hi Tyzer, i started off using the subox kit and its a great beginner kit.

    I have since purchased and currently using the evic vtc mini.

    From experience, if i were to do it again or recommend something for a friend wanting to start, i would get them to purchase the evic vtc mod by itself and a kanger subtank by itself.

    These two have been great for me and I use the RBA section and not the OCC coils for the subtank, its so easy to clean, pull apart etc.

    People complain about the subtank leaking but i have never had this issue and in regards to the spitback, i believe its the way you wick the RBA, if done right no spitback at all.

    Just my 2 cents.
    This is a pretty good setup ! Nice recommendation.
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    Think im going to get the evic and then a tank later. I have an ijust 2 tank( not the best but ok) and numerous Atlantis and triton coils and my only issue has been not being able to control my vape as my mod doesnt have variables and the sweet spot is tiny, usualy just before the battery dies! lol

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    I love my kanger subox mini. Finally opened and kicked it off last night. Mad clouds and flavour 😊😊😊

    Gladstone qld

 

 
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