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    A PBusardo Review - The AnyVape CVI

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    Nice review, cheers!

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    Thanks Phil, your review confirmed my choice to jump on the co-op here & get this device, to be a good one

    I think the thumbs downs are a little nit-picky but I can see why you gave them.
    Vamo VS CVI, I think the CVI gets the win. I really like the single button & no rattles coming from the CVI, I also like that it isn't a slidey mod & will be less likely to slip from my grip.

    One thing I am interested in that hasn't been shown in any reviews yet, is how does the device go checking resistance, is it as accurate as a provari etc.? ( I know it probably is but it'd be nice to know for sure).
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    Thanks Phil, alot of us here have been eagerly waiting ur review.

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    I'm excited! Pretty sure that was an AW 18650 he put in there which means nipple top batteries shouldn't be an issue :-)

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    nice one Phil, good charts

    that anyvape all over the menu does look annoying, I can think of worse though..
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    Good review as always Phil , Thanks for confirming Noes belief in himself too
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    After using the Vamo for a while, the CVI menu system looks a bit of a pain in the arse, but I'm sure i'll get used to it. Everything else is a win for me, shorter than the Vamo, lighter than the Vamo and better looking too.

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    It's quite easy to use Adam, when you get used to it.

    I'm using the segeli zmax and it easy as piss. Same menu system as this MOD

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    i actually agree vamo is the easiest to use of all, and that includes evic
    press right button to increase the voltage or wattage, left to decrease and fire it

    cant get simpler than that. well evic was pretty ok with the ring but the inner menu was pretty convoluted but i guess that comes with many options offered by evic

 

 
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