Vamo 3 vs. Innokin SVD on battery life!
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    Default Vamo 3 vs. Innokin SVD on battery life!

    I have both a Vamo 3 and Innokin SVD. The Vamo seems to have a much, much longer battery life with both a 18350 and 18650 battery. Any opinions or other experiences with the battery life on the two devices?

    I am thinking of picking up a Provari. How is the battery life compared to these two devices?

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    Anybody??????

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    What battery life are you getting with the SVD?

    I have one as well and am thinking of picking up a spare AVP in case of breakage or whatever. I had thought of just getting another SVD or waiting until the new MVP comes out, but I have to admit I am wondering about the Innokin chip. I bought 2 Efest 18650 2000 mah from Amazon when I bought the AVP and I used good battery practice... Within three weeks I have bought two Panasonic CGR18650B 3400 mah batteries which which I cycle through all 4 batteries in a 24 hour period of time using my Genesis atomizer and chain vaping through the e-juice. I have noticed that the iClear30 seems to be a little kinder perhaps than my Genesis build (dual coil 2.1 vs ceramic wick with 32 Kanthal at 2.1) but I also don't enjoy sitting chain vaping it.

    I know I am a serious chain vapor so I assume the lack of battery life is my fault. However, I swear I noticed that using the small tube provides a longer charge life than the long tube but that could just be coincidence of the battery being broken in.

    As you have both the Vamo and SVD I am very interested in knowing what your experience has been with the two devices because the I was trying to decide between the Vamo, SID, or a mechanical with a kick.

    Thanks!

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    All I know is that with my Panasonic 18650's I get about a day and a half battery life on my SVD per battery. Since I always have one battery in the SVD and one fully charged this has been more than enough for me.

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