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    wtb first vv/vw setup

    Looking for first vv/vw setup have had ego-t for about 12 months using standard atomizer or cartomizer but time to step it up i feel. looking for decent full set up to get me into vv with out breaking the bank. Wpould like something i can use my ego attachment on if possible as just ordered a heap of stardust and other tanks ect

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    I'm only new here, and to vaping, but I have just gone from an eGo-C 650 to a 1000mah Twist and love it. Using either a stardust or SmokTech carto on it at the moment.

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    Pipes, tubes, boxes, atomisers.

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    It depends on what style you like, Tubular or box/gripper.

    I think a few aussie venders have Grippers and Provari copys for sale.

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    i like tube better i think have not seen any good provari copy can you recomend

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    Never tried any copies, I'm sure someone who has will fill you in though.

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    The vamo seems to be the rage at the moment
    Move along!!! Nothing to see here.

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    If you dont mind the possibility of fixing possible dramas when you get it, and have a backup incase of problem the vamo is all the rage, im suprised havnt seen the vamo club pop in here yet..

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    Heres a link to another forum with some info on em..

    VAMO

    This is a link to the Vamo subsection at the ECF.

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    No problems with the Vamo, otherwise the Ego Twist.

    I'd like to add that while I personally haven't had any issues with the Vamo, there have been some other members who have, check them out in the threads someone linked above.

    There isn't much in the way of instructions out there, and some of the features may be new/overwhelming..
    It can check the atomiser resistance, shows your battery voltage as extras.
    Here is a link to some instructions and a rundown.
    NOTE: I am not saying buy it from here, but its just a quick link with some info
    - http://www.discountvapers.com/vamo-v...er-mod-chrome/

    You'll also need batteries for the Vamo, 18650's or 18350's, along with a charger if you don't already have any.

    If this does seem too much, then I'd definately go the Ego Twist, or some form of small form factor VV device, Spinner ,etc.
    I started out the Ego Twist's and still use them every day to this day, they are excellent!
    With the twists you don't have to worry about all the extra's, it's just dial in your Volts, and away you go!
    Last edited by ballza; 30-12-12 at 03:47 PM.
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    Good info ballza.

 

 
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