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    Quote Originally Posted by gezichtmitnase View Post
    I cant seem to find any mvp 2 kits below 50 euro..
    Most people now think of the MVP2 as a $40 mod. But until 101vapes here in the US started blowing them out at that price, they were easily a $50-60 mod. Still am on every other US site. $40 is even cheaper than the Fast tech price.

    Unfortunately, I dont think you can take advantage of the 101vapes price due to be international. Fast tech maybe your cheapest option(I am not saying it is your best option necessarily, but probably your cheapest option).

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    isnt fasttech a low quality chinese site?

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    Yes, but, many folks seem happy with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gezichtmitnase View Post
    isnt fasttech a low quality chinese site?
    It is a Chinese site. The MVP2 is a chinese made mod.

    As far as 'poor quality', I guess that depends on who you ask.

    As I said, it would probably be your cheapest option since you are not stateside, whether it is your best option would be if you want to save 10-20 Euro but have to wait 2-3 weeks and possibly have to deal with shipping problems vs whether you dont care about the 10-20 Euro and just want it as quick as possible. If the former, go with FT, if the later, find the cheapest option from a European vendor.

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    Cast my vote for the MVP 2.... Pick it up at 101vapes.com for $39.99. You just can't beat that. W

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    Except for they don't ship to the OP's location.

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    yup. still not sure tho. reading about the vamo v5 and it being more stable with the output then the mvp...

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    Quote Originally Posted by gezichtmitnase View Post
    yup. still not sure tho. reading about the vamo v5 and it being more stable with the output then the mvp...
    That is an interesting statement.

    I own a vamo v3. Basically the same thing as a v5 except for cosmetic differences.

    I have used an MVP2.

    I would not say the vamo surpasses the mvp2 on voltage output.

    The vamo has a pretty wide difference in its pwm chipset. The mvp is much more steady. Some say, the closest you can get to a provari without it being a provari for 1/4 the price.

    The vamo's have problem with their threading. Mine is only a few months old, and I have a permanently installed airflow controller on it because the threads started to go already. The only downside of the MVP2's threads I have seen is its 510 well can be kinda deep. The MVP2's issue there is an easier fix imo(if you have the issue).

    The other difference is the vamo has a changable battery, and can even be used in 18350 mode(although it still it pretty long even in 18350 mode.

    Then there is the difference between one being a box mod and one being a tube mod.

    IMO, if the MVP2 had a replaceable battery, it would be a no brainer which is the better mod(ie, the MVP2), as long as you are okay with a box mod. Most people would probably say the MVP2 is hands down a better mod than the vamo even without a replaceable battery.

    Oh, the other issue with the MVP2 is some have complained about the button being 'extra stiff' to push.

    I would personally recommend an MVP2 to a friend over a vamo(unless the person already had 18650 batteries and a charger). In fact, I have recommended an MVP2 to a friend before, and she bought it and it still happy.

    Good luck
    Last edited by Jayvaps; 11-20-2013 at 10:17 PM.

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    I agree with what/how Jayvaps stated ^^

    MVP for the win...

    what's with that site you posted, price was 38 euro...
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    MVP2 was my first step up $40 and it even lasts a full day and more of heavy vaping unlike the Ego's!!! the other plus is you dont have to buy a battery with it. Thats the best $40 ive ever spent on vaping gear

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