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    Need list of vw mods?

    Hey Guys,

    I'm trying to do due diligence and research before I buy. But without knowing whats out there its getting out of hand.
    What I'm looking for is a mod that runs on a single 18650 battery and is suitable for MTL low wattage vaping, using 2 ohmish tanks.

    I have no idea how long or short this list is.

    I was looking at the k-box but it has min 7W, then I came across the Eleaf pico which goes from 1-70W. What else should I be looking at? What are their pros and cons?

    1*18650
    capable of low watts 4-W
    capable of 40+W (arbitary figure)
    510 conection

    The list so far,

    eleaf pico -- 23mm tank, lots of extra features, TC etc
    kanger k-box mini-- min 7w
    Joyetech eVic VTC Mini
    XVOStick
    Smoant Knight -- 23mm tank
    Aspire Pegasus 70


    EDIT Sorry folks, there are just too many mods to make a decent list.
    Last edited by mattrix; 06-09-16 at 01:11 PM.

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    There'd be truckloads, depends what you want to spend or like the look of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by merexy View Post
    There'd be truckloads, depends what you want to spend or like the look of.
    Thanks merexy, like I said I wasn't sure how many there would be. I've been looking them up as I came across them, but lots had inbuilt batteries or used multiple batteries. Perhaps I should limit the list to recommended devices.

    Ideally i'd like to order them by price, work your way down till you find what you want. A pipe dream maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrix View Post

    Ideally i'd like to order them by price, work your way down till you find what you want. A pipe dream maybe.
    Tall order, too many out there. Buy quality and it will last.

    S/H EPM.
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    Can I ask why you are restricting yourself to a single battery?

    Just about any decent mod should be able to handle MTL I think, the main difference there is the atty..
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    Can I ask why you are restricting yourself to a single battery?
    Purely arbitary. Batteries are easy to change.

    Just about any decent mod should be able to handle MTL I think, the main difference there is the atty..
    I'm a low watt vaper, on my current 2 ohmish devices I vape at less than 7W. The first mod I looked at was minimum 7W.

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    I'd consider myself a low watt vaper but never that low. Anywhere between 9 and 14 but most of my vaping is done on mechs so it's a bit of a moot point for me. Why not a mech?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mattrix View Post
    Purely arbitary. Batteries are easy to change.


    I'm a low watt vaper, on my current 2 ohmish devices I vape at less than 7W. The first mod I looked at was minimum 7W.
    Fair enough. If you are willing to stretch to dual battery my current fav recommendation is the Minikin 150. It fires down to 5w so should suit you in that regard and I can tell you from experience it fits really nicely in the hand, not too heavy, not light and cheap feeling.
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    Or if you're worried about safety, shove in a fuse or kick.

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    Add Joyetech VTC mini to the list (oh, it was on your original list). 1 to 65 watts in 0.1 watt increments. It's a temperature control capable unit so therefore has a very accurate and sensitive ohm meter.

    I went from a kanger Kbox which is +/- 0.1 ohm if you're lucky, to the VTC mini which is +/- 0.01 ohm. It made a huge difference but the one that most agrees with my atty ohmmeter is the VTC mini. TC needs the accurate ohmmeter, and most new technology mods are TC so...
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