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Very interesting, I look forward to seeing some customer reviews.
DOA warranty for a $50 atty can't be right...
$50?? Is THIS the mark-up for US-made?? I can't justify paying this amount for something that clearly states in the description is prone to failure (consumable). If I go 2 weeks on one of these, add in juice cost, I'm looking at the same expense as smoking stinkies. IT CAN'T BE THAT GOOD. If it were able to be disassambled and rebuilt I'd consider. If price lowers I'll consider. I'd appreciate the ability to buy US Made, but not with an exhorbitant mark-up.
Last edited by Dougiestyle; 01-17-2012 at 11:18 PM.
Sounds like a different sort of atty.
THe simple question is, How long do you think it's gonna last?
Normal LR510 atties (I buy good ones) last me from 4 to 12 weeks, usually.
and I get a box of five for around $30. (There are cheaper, I know. I don't like them.) So to be "worth" the cost (to me), this thing is gonna have to either SERIOUSLY outperform anything on the market, or it's gonna have to last a year.
I don't know that it won't, but I won't be an earlier purchaser of these. Y'all knock yourselves out, and once you've tried'em, let me know how they go.
To be fair, after the discount code, they're 40$ at Innovapor. Not sure if there is a discount code on the other site. Curious to see how these turn out!
Good point. I'm still specious :3
Put in an order for a LR one none the less (I'm a sucker for seemingly new technology)
Got my AVA today. Hmmm. Well. I will agree that it does make the vape a lot smoother and the taste is slightly improved but i am massively confused on how this thing is wicking. When I drip to refill the RES the liquid just sits there. It does not look like there is anyway for the liquid to pass through the atomizer. I understand that Innovaper wants users to post reviews but let me suggest to them that it might be a good idea to explain how these things work. Perhaps a video would be helpful and some further explanation of how the AVA works would be nice. $50 is a tough sell for an item that usually goes for $7 so I think that the more you explain this thing the more people might be inclined to buy one.