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Thread: Most blatant Provari copy yet

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    Most blatant Provari copy yet

    Nothing needs to be said lol


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    Hmmm, yeah, a bit blatant alright.

    Flat bottom extention cap aint a bad idea though.
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    looks like it's 18350 sized with a 18650 extension

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    Post a link!

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    if they learnt how to chrome or paint Provape would bein trouble !
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    Looks like the one i posted in the co-op suggestions thread. Looks the part at least. Maybe by revision 20 or 30 they will get the internal stuff right
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    Quote Originally Posted by ElDubya View Post
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    Wildfire VV -Variable Voltage Multi-size

    Main Features:
    High quality mechanical parts , copper and electroplated chromes and CNC machined.
    Extended battery cup, you have variable choice of different kinds of battery 18650, 18350, 16340. Change to a mini!
    Voltage regulation from 3.0V to 6.0V by 0.1V once button-pushed , vice versa.
    The PCB circuit has full protection of low quiescent current protection,Reversely connected battery protection, over current and short-circuit protection.
    Chipset working High efficiently keeps the output voltage which raises and drops accurate and steady.
    LCD displays the present power level, output voltage, and connected atomizer resistance (ohm check) at different operation mode all from one button.
    locking Mode.
    Low voltage alert
    Benchmark: Provari

    Height:
    98mm without standard extension section
    129mm with standard extension section
    Diameter: 21.8mm
    Has a deep and wide opening well and Fits all CE4's, does not fit a T2 or T3 without an adapter

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    Looks like the most recent revision of the Imotion v2. The Imotion has the same issues as the Zmax with the PWM causing things set to 3.2v to hit like it's 4.2+ which kinda sucks.
    Hoping this is different and actually holds up. Will need to see someone put it through the wringer.

    Also, too shiny. I'd go blind with this thing if the sun hit it haha.
    Last edited by Rynxa; 12-11-12 at 03:53 PM.
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    Get the Zmax V2 with RMS function... It is great so far. I had it for about 10 days now and this thing accepts every atty that I put on it, no miss fire, I set it at 8.5W and it is on path with mechanical mod & Kick. Briefly tested Stoney ECD on it, look like it is pretty accurate to me.

    Overall, I am very happy with my purchase the Zmax v2.



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    Good to hear they've fixed some of the issues that were putting me off! I'm doing a flurry of research for my first mod.

 

 
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