*sigh* This whole things reads to me as yet another put down towards a ProVari.
And honestly, I can't wrap my head around why these numbers even matter.
Vaping is about not smoking; that's "plain" enough for me.
Seriously. And using ProVari as a benchmark? Wouldn't an eGo or a cig-a-like be more appropriate since those are the most used devices?
Originally Posted by ScandaLeX
Why all the ProVari hate? Why does anyone even CARE?? lol
"Someone had the audacity to question my figures. So what do you think, am I right."
I'm afraid that would be me. Sorry 'bout that. I completely misunderstood your statement. I thought you were trying to say that 70-90% of vapors were vaping at sub-ohms. Here is your statement:
"You'll probably be happy with the Provari if you plan to use it in Plain Jane Vanilla Vaping. Understand that it won't work in Sub Ohm Vaping and has a 3.5Amp limitation. 70-90% of the vaping community vape in these tolerances."
As I now see my mistake, I completely agree with you. Again, please accept my apology. Didn't mean to cause so much trouble!
best regards, larry mac
Last edited by lvm111; 11-02-2013 at 06:37 AM.
No Worries, I see how I wrote it a little sloppy. I'm having fun with the threads anyway. It's interesting to hear everyones opinons and I'm very intrigued how the poll will come out.
Originally Posted by lvm111
I was also joking when I said "Someone had the Audacity". I'm a firm believer that I'm not an expert, just a hobbiest and there is always so much to learn.
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