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    I found a ViVi Nova tank in my drawer that honestly I had forgotten that I had. I filled it up and kept getting awful tastes and the the flavor of the juice just wasn't as good as in my ProTank. I haven't even tried the Aspire and the Davide that I got at the co-op yet. Boy I've got it bad. heehee Well, my question is.................have things just improved that much or was that always an issue with Vivi Nova's? Yucky tastes, dry hits, poor flavor. Just wondering. Thanks all.
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    BBN (BigBells News) has projected that Innokin iClear 30S is the winner in the contest against Aspire Vivi Nova BDC.

    Both clearos are dual-coil. The Aspire uses a short head with short wicks and the iClear uses a long head with enclosed long wicks. Neither head is rebuildable but both can be cleaned and dry-burned.
    The voter voted early and often. The primary reasons given in exit polling by iClear 30S voter:
    1. The taste is considerably fuller.
    2. The power that can be used is considerably higher. 10 watts, and even as much as 12 watts, can be used with the iClear, while the Aspire tastes burnt above 7.5 watts.

    In a separate election to decide on drip tips, the plastic drip tip of the Aspire was found clearly superior to the stainless steel drip tip of the iClear, and also superior to other similar previously purchased simple and cheap plastic drip tips (perhaps because it's just a scootch larger where the lips meet it?). The iClear tip has been drafted to serve atop any and all devices with removable 510 drip tips.

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    I finding I really like the Aspires. Still like the Innokin I16's but the Aspires win for me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FranC View Post
    I finding I really like the Aspires. Still like the Innokin I16's but the Aspires win for me.
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    This for me too
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    Quote Originally Posted by FranC View Post
    I finding I really like the Aspires. Still like the Innokin I16's but the Aspires win for me.
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    This for me too
    I have tried the Innokin iClear 16. The only thing it shares with the iClear 30S is part of the name. The two clearos are not otherwise comparable in any way. I am guessing, but can't personally verify, that the iClear 30 is likewise not comparable to the iClear 30S. The iClear 30S is the best clearo I've ever used.
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    I have to agree about the iClear 30S clearo. I received one with a VTR. It produces a lot of vapor and the taste is "clearer" and "lighter" than other clearos I've been using.

    There is a coop forming that includes Innokin products.
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    My vote goes with the Aspire and Davides over the i30's at the wattage I vape at. I never vape higher than 7.5 watts though so I'm not sure what the comparison is above that.
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    Hi all... I too am a fan of the Iclear 30s Ive got this week old ProTank 2 laying here that I am highly dissapointed in. I wish the local B&M would get the replacement heads in. Ive had no problems rinsing and dry burning them. Every few days the flavor drops off. Im too new to vaping to know if this is the case with other devices.
    I do know Im tired of chasing devices that work. I like dripping! I do want a good RBA but Im not spending 100.00 damn dollars on some of this stuff out there.

    Ive been on Anti-biotics now for a few days and my chest is clearing up. I was afraid it was the vaping causing it but apparently not...Woot!

    Vape on! You mothervapers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by txtumbleweed View Post
    My vote goes with the Aspire and Davides over the i30's at the wattage I vape at. I never vape higher than 7.5 watts though so I'm not sure what the comparison is above that.
    Tx, I was talking about the i30S, not the i30. They are both made by Innokin but they're two entirely different animals.

    The i30S is the only clearo I've ever used that can keep going above 7.5 watts without burning.
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