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    What is the advantage of variable voltage?

    Sorry if this has been covered before but I am on my phone and its kinda hard to wade through old stuff. Here is my question. Does the higher voltage levels give you better results from your juice? Why is spending $180 or so on say a provari worth it? What makes them good?

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    you can tune the voltage to change the heat of your vape and the taste of your juice slightly
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    I have been thinking (always dangerous) that I have plenty of juice to last me, and while the set up I have is working for me fine, I suddenly have $100+ a week more income and when the current batteries I have die, I will want to go better than what I now have.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDING OLD SKOOL View Post
    you can tune the voltage to change the heat of your vape and the taste of your juice slightly
    Is that all it does? Do you think its worth the extra money?

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    controlled regulated power output= better more consistent vape, also adjustable to your liking with throat heat and flavor

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    once you go vv you wont go back
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    Quote Originally Posted by Avguy View Post
    controlled regulated power output= better more consistent vape, also adjustable to your liking with throat heat and flavor
    Ok... I have noticed with my ego, my first few drags produce tonnes of vape, then it seems to get less and less over a few mins, so I end up inhaleing for longer to get similar results. Will upping the voltage fix that? Or is this a different problem?

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    the chances of you being disappointed with a provari purchase are very slim. It's a worthwhile investment both performance and safety wise. Just make sure you make the same worthwhile investment in good batteries and a good charger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RIDING OLD SKOOL View Post
    you can tune the voltage to change the heat of your vape and the taste of your juice slightly
    if 'slightly' means from non existant to completely nuked yes..

    its all about the sweet spot, max vape just before it burns usually, or a bit less for best flavour.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Druidcarey View Post
    Is that all it does? Do you think its worth the extra money?

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    if you like a warm vape then yes our old ego don't even get looked at these days
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