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Thread: The eGo AVP: Has anyone gotten theirs yet?

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    The eGo AVP: Has anyone gotten theirs yet?

    Ok, so I've been uhming and ahing over every single mod I can find online, trying to figure out what my first purchase is going to be.

    Health Cabin have their eGo AVP, I am really leaning towards this one based mostly on the price, and the fact it doesn't look like painted plastic.
    Has anyone gotten theirs yet, and if so how is that little bugger going for you? Is it hitting like a broken ass Vmax? Or does it stand up and say "Hey! 3.2v is mostly what the dial says, give or take .1 or .2 volts"

    Additionally, if you've gotten one, what fits well on it? I've been drooling over some of the genesis-type rbas from VM. Thanks a heap for any answers in advance!
    Last edited by Rynxa; 13-11-12 at 07:48 PM. Reason: decimals are hard.

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    I have mine, but haven't had a chance to really test it out as I'm waiting to get batteries.
    Its a heavy piece of equipement, roughly 300g.
    Pretty solid build.

    Unfortunately, I broke my ECD Meter, but stoney has popped it in the mail today, so I should be able to get some numbers soon!

    Can't go wrong for the price, but who knows how it fairs in the actual vaping department
    Its my first mod so I cant compare it too anything as I only have the ego type batteries.
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    Kewl I'll be interested to see what you think and a view as a mod newb suits me fine. I like the fact it can be run on a single 18350 which makes it compact. Could be my first mod too for the price.
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    Link please
    I cant find it on HC site

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    Good value and if it gets lost/broken ... mehhhh no worries

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    margyb, if you're interested perhaps we can do a Hobart group buy and share the freight cost

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    German link, but has numbers....might be of help
    Akkuträger VAMO VV/VW (aka Telescopic VV XSTAR) » Mountain Prophet
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    Quote Originally Posted by ballza View Post
    German link, but has numbers....might be of help
    Akkuträger VAMO VV/VW (aka Telescopic VV XSTAR) » Mountain Prophet
    Oh dude, thank you so much for that! Thank goodness google does a decent job translating German (I really should have paid more attention to my year 7 and 8 German classes) great info there.

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    Ok, read the German review Ballza linked. There is a crap ton of info there but here is the SUPER important parts re voltage output, they put it up against a Zmax V2 with the new PWM regulator:

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    pic is tiny here is a bigger one http://i.imgur.com/kkiiG.png
    Go to Akkuträger VAMO VV/VW (aka Telescopic VV XSTAR) » Mountain Prophet if you want the full spread, but to me, this looks pretty friggen solid. For $39 I will snap this up as soon as this thing gets back in stock. Too good to pass up, considering the Zmax v2 is somewhere around the $79-$99 mark for the tube alone.

    Thanks for the link again, Ballza. It was amazingly helpful.

 

 
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