Innokin brand is a first good step into vv/vw, helps that they have good clearomizers too.
Do you want a tube type mod (like the SVD), do you like or not like a rectangular box type device like the itaste MVP is?
If you get a tube type VW mod like the SVD (edit:or vamo) you will have to pay another $30-40 for the batteries (need a few spare), and a charger.
While the pros of getting a box mod like the itaste MVP means not having to buy batteries and a charger, so may be worth it for that reason.
Personally I went with buying some 18650, 18490 and 18350 batteries and a charger because I plan on getting future mods anyway.
If I was going to settle on one main device and only that (besides spinner type batteries as backups), I would go for the MVP and save the money not having to buy a battery charger.
The main thing that influenced my decision was I was interested in rebuildable atomizers and drippers, hence wanting to try various mods. If I was only going to use clearomizers I would have been more tempted to just get an itaste MVP box VV/VW only, saving the hassle of buying separate batteries and charger.
Last edited by pablo_h; 10-28-2013 at 04:55 PM.
Reason: (edit:or vamo)
Check out the VV Reo Grand. They are very rugged and durable. Rob backs his products and will take care of any issues in a flash if they arise down the road. Slap a RBA and micro coil on it and you will have found nirvana.
Thanks for all the feedback everyone, I ended up deciding to go with the MVP 2
Nice choice. As others have said the SVD is awesome too.
I wouldn't spend the money on a provari. I'd just get a reo at that price.
To each his own, not everyone enjoys using a bottom feeding mod. That restricts you to using just an drip atomizer or a RDA as a juice attachment.
Originally Posted by v1k1ng1001
A Provari can be purchased for the same price as a Reo, and be unlimited in the variety of juice attachments:
cartomizers & cartotanks
clearomizers & clearotanks
RBA's & RDA's
I strongly prefer the Provari. Both are great mods, but I don't wish to be limited in my choice of attachments that I use on my mod.
Let me know how you like it, considering purchasing this as well
Originally Posted by at0mix
I get that, but that's what my SVD is for and it only costs $37. I'm not trying to argue with you and I understand the service/durability pros of the provari but I would spend that $200 of upgrade cash in a different direction.
Originally Posted by Baditude
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