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    Opinions please

    Hi all,
    I have my trusty ego twist for out and about and in the workshop and it's been great to learn on, however, looking at treating myself to something a little better for "couch" vaping or showing off (ha ha). Would love to splash out on a provari or I-taste 134 however the body alone on either of these two start at $170 upwards whereas I could get a complete set up with batteries and charger on one of the below for under $100.

    Which one would be the most reliable ? Looks ? Learning curve and easy to use ?
    I realize that everyone has their own opinion which I will weigh up.

    Inokkin SVD
    Vamo 4
    I-Taste SVD (looks the same as Innokin ..... Is this the same thing ?)

    I know I would be able to use cartomisers on these, but if in the future I wanted to experiment with RBA's would these be suitable or would I then have to step up again to a provari or I-taste 134.

    Thanks in advance for your experiences and opinions.
    Cheers
    Sodd

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    i bought an svd to start, it did a good job, nice price and nice looking

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    Yes Innokin make the "I-Taste" SVD. I have one and it's a ripper, well made and great value for money. I also have the ProVari which is excellent too, but strangely enough I end up using the SVD more often.
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    The SVD is an excellent Starting point for VV/VW mods, well build, performs very well, easy to learn, runs just about everything, i have one, but since getting the eVic it has become a bit of a backup, esply as i used Mech Mods or often than not.

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    I would choose the SVD over the Vamo all day every day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kooljp View Post
    I would choose the SVD over the Vamo all day every day.
    Same, dunno why people bother spending 55 compared to 70 when it's going to last half as long and look cheap.
    That finish also makes it look a bit like a vibrator imo.
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    yeah I would choose the svd it's a great bit of kit to start with in the vv world and Jeff has some great suggestions also

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    Save yourself some bucks and reach around for the profairy.
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    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    I like the vamo V3, sure its ugly but it vapes nice, and the controls are excellent. I also have the SVD and like it butttttttttttt, The svd +/- and the fire button button layout is very similar in size and location and a lot of times I press the button to vape and I'm clicking the +/- button and it pisses me off. The vamo you never mistake the buttons, when not looking.
    The Vamo has a easier menu system and V3 has improvements over V2, ANd V4 is even better yet, but too pricey right now, around $50.
    Jeff
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