I'd get a battery mod. MVP's take forever to charge. I know it's pass through, but that's still fairly useless. With a battery mod, when you step up to a new mod, you will still have batteries, and a charger. On the other side, when the MVP goes out, it's trash.
Speaking as a Vamo owner, I'd skip the Vamo for either the SVD or MVP for a few dollars more. The vamo functions well but is not well made. Innokin's products are rock solid and both can be had from fasttech for under $50.
Between the SVD ($37 + the cost of batteries) and MVP ($45 for a nice kit), it's about what features and form factor you want. My SVD is my favorite vvmod but you really can't go wrong with MVP either.
seems I/we never emphasize the fact that the MVP, is a kit...
$39 for just a 'box mod' is still a great deal-
but then throw in the semi cool jewel box it comes in,
the unique power cord supplied,
then choice of two top of the line (popular) clearomizers (i16 or i30)
and just for good measure, they top it off with a bow and include a
shiney beauty/support ring...
boy, What A Deal ! (I'll take 6 please)
Ω ... you have to "Learn" how to Vape, it's not smoking...
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