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    Quote Originally Posted by gezichtmitnase View Post
    mmm then it must be the mt baker vapor.. because my kanger protank mini 2 is fine with others liquids.
    God bless them, but there are very few Mt. Baker flavors that taste good on any of my devices. Glad people like them, but that may be your problem right there.

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    I love my MVP2! I would recommend it to anyone looking for a cheep PV. But if it's the protank you are unhappy with, then it's a lot easier to just find a delivery system that you like. I found that I too do not much care for the protank mini or 2 so started using the Aspire vivi-s bdc tank when I just want something easy to vape on. The delivery system that you use makes a HUGE difference in the vape quality and it's all about personal preference. A PV cant change that.
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    i love my mvp2 it works and lasts a long time on a charge and is an all in one package

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    Quote Originally Posted by gotch23 View Post
    hi gmn,

    i like the mvp..

    It has the biggest battery, yet is small enough to disappear in your hand.
    You don't need extra batteries and charger.
    It feels solid and robust.
    It also has a quality chip with a steady voltage output, check here for more info on that matter:
    The Rattlesnake Effect- Why the Cheapo VV [Exception Itaste MVP] Don't Vape the Same as a Provari or DNA20D
    It can also charge your cellphone
    Exactly this. LOVE my MVP2. My only 2 complaints are that occasionally the positive pin in the 510 connector gets pushed down too far and I have to wiggle it back up and I really wish they had recessed the 510 connection to sit flush with the top.

    Also, I detest protanks; mini, 1, 2- all of them. Flavor is really muted and I always get either flooding or dry hits depending on its' mood. I switched to carto tanks for out and about and a nimbus clone for at work/home and have not looked back. Great flavor and vapor from both and never any issues.
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    okay getting the mvp2 from this site if its not too much shipping. by far the best deal.
    INNOKIN iTaste MVP Version 2.0 | Realvapes.co.uk
    yeah it has to be the protank. in my evod it tastes dull too..
    imma get an iclear with this hope that works better and otherwise im getting a smoktek RSST. just to get into it
    thanks for the help
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    Quote Originally Posted by gezichtmitnase View Post
    yeah it has to be the protank. in my evod it tastes dull too..
    Might be because they use the same heads.
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    Well, the MVP 2.0 is going to be the best bang for your buck.

    At $40, plus $2-3 for shipping, you can get a MVP 2.0. The Vamo v5 is nice too, but it is $37, will take 2-3 weeks just to arrive (IF YOU USe fast tech), and not to mention you have to buy expensive batteries and a battery charger for it - bringing the total to well over $65.

    I'd go with either the MVP2.0 or the Vamo v5......those were what I narrowed it down to last week. I ended up going with the MVP 2.0 since it was only $40, down from $70+ a few weeks ago. Also, don't need batteries or a charger for it

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    Before you buy a RSST, which is good... don't get me wrong,
    try recoiling your protank with microcoils and cotton,
    explained e.g. in this video: Mini Protank Micro Coil Rebuild - YouTube

    That gives you a pretty awesome vape... next step up kayfun... imho.

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    I cant seem to find any mvp 2 kits below 50 euro..

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    Vamo v3-v5 hands down

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