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    Definitely plain vanilla.

    But I'm venturing into the mech world - not to do anything fancy, more for durability and dependability.

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    I vape straight off the engine block of a Super Charged 426 Hemi. It's not very enjoyable, nor does it taste very good...but it makes me cool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EvilZoe View Post
    I love my ProVaris and I use them daily, or at least one of them. I also love my Reo even though I don't use it that often because I haven't found a juice I want to vape that much of at a time. I love my Spinners because they fit well with my little Evod tanks that I still use for some juices, and I love my pipe mod because it looks cool and it has LED lights although I don't think I want to use it too much because it's harder to find things to fit on it. I use my little EVOD non VV for dry burning coils and as a backup for my backups. I have a Blu disposable that I got one night when I only had two Spinners and they both went wonky on me at the same time. I HATE that one but it got me through that night without me resorting to smoking my cigarette that I still have.

    Some people just like different devices because they ARE different. For dependability, though, a single ProVari will suffice and will cost less in the long run. Plus, since they ARE built so well, if you DO end up selling one you get most of the money you spent on it back, even if it's a couple of years old. Not many other devices can make that claim.

    So, do I answer yes?
    Actually, if you have a pipe mod, you have to answer no...and you have to get rid of the ProVari. You, my dear, are trendy...not Plain Jane Vanilla. Jane runs from pipes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Asbestos4004 View Post
    Actually, if you have a pipe mod, you have to answer no...and you have to get rid of the ProVari. You, my dear, are trendy...not Plain Jane Vanilla. Jane runs from pipes!
    I only bought the pipe mod for an art project....lol Also, because I've been thinking about my grandfather a lot lately and his pipes.


    Besides, which ProVari would I have to get rid of? I have three....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyh View Post
    It doesn't matter what watts,amp or flavor, It only matters that your not smoking, IMHO
    Amen! That is the most important goal right there.

    BTW, yes, 2.4 amps here...

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimmyh View Post
    I am still trying to figure out why the poll in the first place. It doesn't matter what watts,amp or flavor, It only matters that your not smoking, IMHO
    This ^^^^^^^^ and I love your avatar!!

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    Here is some real life data. I know 5 people including myself that Vape. (Not a large # i know) 1 that converted me, the rest are my converts. Out of that 4 use ego's (non twist) with either evod or iClear 16's. Even though they have seen that my SiD and tanks provide a better vape and more clouds compared to theirs and has a better battery they stick with the ego because they like its simplicity.
    I don't put any pressure on them after pointing out the pros to mine because in the end all that matters is they Vape and not smoke.

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    you know the more I think about it the more I think the definition of what is plain jane is just wrong

    there should be no vv/vw at all and only toppers with premade heads/cartos (no rebuilding at all)

    anything else is getting into more advanced devices and not in nay way plain jane

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    I agree it's tough to quantify what is plane Jane.
    But let's concentrate on the APV, does it matter if it's an RBA a clearo a carto, if it's built over 1 OHM [Provari Limitation] and vaped at under 3.5 Amps [Provari Limitation] then the user is a Plain Jane Vanilla Zone

    If your preference is to put something on your APV that will be Vaped at the Provari Limitations then you are Plain Jane Vanilla Vaper.

    I chose Provari as the benchmark because, They are popular and they've made the minimum amount of innovations in terms of Amps and Watts Limitations and they are the defacto standard of quality in VV Mods.

    I'd consider an Epipe as plain Jane because though it looks different the mechanisms used are still plain Jane as long as it's being used at the Voltage, Watts and Amps of a Provari.

    Maybe I was wrong to exclude Bottom Feeders but my feeling is that Bottom Feeding is a Niche Product, the mechanism of wetting the coil is unique. The Tank is built into the unit and the Atomizer is separate. Until someone come out with a Quality Bottom Feeder made for RBA at under $100.00 Bottom Feeding will remain fairly rare.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomzgreat View Post
    I agree it's tough to quantify what is plane Jane.
    But let's concentrate on the APV, does it matter if it's an RBA a clearo a carto, if it's built over 1 OHM [Provari Limitation] and vaped at under 3.5 Amps [Provari Limitation] then the user is a Plain Jane Vanilla Zone

    If your preference is to put something on your APV that will be Vaped at the Provari Limitations then you are Plain Jane Vanilla Vaper.

    I chose Provari as the benchmark because, They are popular and they've made the minimum amount of innovations in terms of Amps and Watts Limitations and they are the defacto standard of quality in VV Mods.

    I'd consider an Epipe as plain Jane because though it looks different the mechanisms used are still plain Jane as long as it's being used at the Voltage, Watts and Amps of a Provari.

    Maybe I was wrong to exclude Bottom Feeders but my feeling is that Bottom Feeding is a Niche Product, the mechanism of wetting the coil is unique. The Tank is built into the unit and the Atomizer is separate. Until someone come out with a Quality Bottom Feeder made for RBA at under $100.00 Bottom Feeding will remain fairly rare.

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    If it is the price point then provari also must be excluded. You are not being consistent at all.
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