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    Help me pick my next bit of hardware

    Hi guys,

    PIF has seen me sent with quite a few odds and sods, battery - protank Tank etc.

    However, my question to you all is, I am after a hardware requirement, can you think of a product that fit?

    Am currently running a ego and finding it is not beefy enough

    Things I want.

    1) Good battery - single charge a day would be awesome
    2) Good life on wicks / atomisers / coils - really don't wanna have to replace these too often
    3) Good size tank
    4) Quality build - something that can be torn down if needed
    5) Multi volt
    6) I would like the length to be around that of a spinner - but width can be wider.
    7) Must be suitable for day to day use, Must be able to chuck it in bag on any angle and sure it wont leak.


    Let me know

    Cheers,

    Jol

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    Put your name down for an epm Ticks all your boxes and last me 2 days of solid vaping
    Built like a brick shitehouse[IMG][/IMG]
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    Quote Originally Posted by Courage View Post
    Hi guys,

    PIF has seen me sent with quite a few odds and sods, battery - protank Tank etc.

    However, my question to you all is, I am after a hardware requirement, can you think of a product that fit?

    Am currently running a ego and finding it is not beefy enough

    Things I want.

    1) Good battery - single charge a day would be awesome
    2) Good life on wicks / atomisers / coils - really don't wanna have to replace these too often
    3) Good size tank
    4) Quality build - something that can be torn down if needed
    5) Multi volt
    6) I would like the length to be around that of a spinner - but width can be wider.
    7) Must be suitable for day to day use, Must be able to chuck it in bag on any angle and sure it wont leak.


    Let me know

    Cheers,

    Jol
    Depends quite a bit on your budget. If it is a vv device, high end I would say a provari. You can get extension caps (from provape, atmistique) that allow different battery configurations. Innokins have a good rep too (not that I anticipate buying one). If wanted something mechanical that is bullet proof I would suggest a reo grand box mod (there are vv models available too). As for leak proof attys, I can't go past ebarron drippers. Yes you do have to carry juice around separately but you can secure a bottle effectively and there is no side air hole to leak out of. Of course a reo bottom feeder fixes this nicely.

    Both reo and provari are expensive however the quality is there. Ebarrons are solid as a rock and like protanks et al you can buy precoiled wicks or byo if you have wick & wire.
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    Vamo in short mode .. 18350 batts.
    Also have the option to use 18650's in long mode.
    Almost anything fits onto it and is solid as a rock.
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    Zmax scope VV/VW Telescopic by Sigelei
    Try - ZMAX Scope | Electronic Cigarettes - VapingMadElectronic Cigarettes – VapingMad

    Telescopic to fit 18350 , 18490/500 , 18650
    You can check your atty resistance using this mod (although not as accurately as a multimeter)

    I have one and it feels nice in the hand, Good weight to it. Well machined. Menu easy to use.
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    Orion 2.1 i think.
    Dont need none of these vari volt gimmicks.
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    Wow plenty of food for thought here. Anyone have a link to an EMP site? I googled it and got jack all

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    Quote Originally Posted by Courage View Post
    Wow plenty of food for thought here. Anyone have a link to an EMP site? I googled it and got jack all
    Check the thread in the modders forum here on AVF. Contact details and how to order are there

    Edit: link EPM VW-18490 and VW-18650 s/s mods and accessories
    Last edited by lheamfrg; 12-01-14 at 02:14 PM.

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    Gday its available right here on AVF here is the list V2 available soon EPM VW-18490 and VW-18650 s/s mods and accessories
    https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B1Uk...it?usp=sharing
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    Thanks guys .. am a little frightenned of the buy price ..but seems to be getting a lot of good reviews.

 

 
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