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    DIY Provari Cover

    Found this link on Reddit

    DIY inexpensive rubber Provari protective grip.

    hehe. Consider it a homework assignment.


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    I'll pass. They look way sleeker and sexier as standard than being covered in a thick, rubber cocksock.

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    just got to wait for the right time to **** up that annoying kids bike from down the road...

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    ribbed for her pleasure lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by zainwolf View Post
    ribbed for her pleasure lol
    "her"?

    oh.. yes...... "her".

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    You could always get some of those grips with the streamers for extra bling.




    or you could give your provari that star wars light saber look




    Last edited by Goz; 09-09-12 at 04:58 AM.
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    I've got the black Provari and after 18 odd months of heavy usage the black is starting to chip away...

    I think it's time to visit the local bike shop and see if I can't find something interesting

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    thats not bad going then.

    FWIW i have the satin, it still looks like the day i got it.
    provari #2 the lettering is fading a bit, it hasn't faded on the first one.
    In order of useful: Provari V2 and V1, vamo, eGo twist, Katana v3, Hex, Orion v2, LavaTube, eGo x 6, VMAX, 510N, Tick V2, Tick V1, noEgo 18650, noEgo 14650 , Indulgence x 2, 905 6v mod, KR808D



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    Yep, no point covering the satin IMO unless it's going to get covered in grease, pain, concrete, etc..

    The satin finish is pretty damn impervious to scratches. I've had some big knocks that don't even show a trace of damage.
    I have one tiny scratch, that I'm looking for and can't find it now but it's a scratch the with of a hair and about 2mm long.
    The satin just doesn't scratch and if it does. it doesn't show them!

    It looks better uncovered too.


    The only thing that needs protection on the ProVari is the screen. I finally put one on my screen the other day after 4 1/2 months of having it. Pretty good considering. I had been meaning to cover the screen but alas, I'm too late.

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    What would you use to protect the screen? A cut down screen protector from a mobile phone perhaps?

    On the cover side of things, I came across SerenityGear Leather the other day while looking at some provari related items.
    They make carry holsters and covers for various PV's

    Last edited by Goz; 09-09-12 at 05:09 AM.


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