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  1. ProVari Variable Voltage Mod

    by , 06-23-2014 at 05:26 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Vape360 View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by jimho View Post
    The efficiency is close to 95% around 3.7V, reasonably good (probably in the 80's) around 4.5V and drops another 10-15% as you get to 6V.
    With regards to the best way or settings to run the ProVari at;

    The ProVari was designed from the ground up to be as reliable as possible considering the environment in which it is used. Wherever possible, design margins were selected that would allow it to perform with the best efficiency over the entire wattage use range. The posted
  2. iTaste MVP v2 Owners Group

    by , 06-22-2014 at 06:38 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by garyoa1 View Post
    When I quit, I liked smoking. Loved tobacco. Didn't even want to quit. Was just blind sided by the flavor you can get out of a PV.

    My ADV is some form of chocolate. Some in my svd, tesla and mvp. (different flavors of chocolate) My vtr has french toast.

    I have about a dozen heads for the ego's filled with diff (mostly) fruit flavors. And I'm not that fond of any kind of fruit.

    My vv3 has some 555 tobacco. My epipe mech has cherry pipe tobacco. Throughout
  3. Square bottles?

    by , 06-22-2014 at 10:50 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by mackman View Post
    Got my bottles today (Amazon.com: Travel Plastic Spice Sauce Bottle 11pcs #3515: Sauce Container: Kitchen & Dining) and drilled the cap 11/64". Inserted into the minis and wala. No leaks, squonks super easy and the 6ml capacity is a godsend. Now for the Grands.

    Thanks all
  4. I'm new to ECF.

    by , 06-21-2014 at 02:22 PM
    Not only did my son Super X Drifter get my husband & I started on Vapes, he took the time to explain it all to us & is always there if we have any questions or problems. What a great son he is.
  5. New to DIY? Simple guide and links - what and where to buy

    by , 06-21-2014 at 05:48 AM

    There are so many differing opinions on this matter, but it's simple & inexpensive to start. For the same cost as a large pre-made bottle, you could make over 200 mls of liquid.


    • Don't buy a laboratory worth of supplies.
    • After making a few mls and seeing what would make the process easier/quicker, then buy the lab set up.
    • Order only a few small-sized flavorings from different companies.

    Updated 06-26-2014 at 03:51 AM by RocketPuppy

    Tags: diy, supplies