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    Default What is the best, most affordable, variable voltage tube mod and juice feeder setup?

    Newbie here. Progressed pretty far already. I just want more then my eGo-T's are giving me. What do you suggest. I like the look of the provari, but not the price.

    Any help would be awesome. Thanks.

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    VV tube mods as a general rule don't have juice feeders. What's your price range? A GGTS with a UFS will run you over $200. A buzz and a vape mate would be around $150.

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    how about the provari? sorry if this sounds stupid. but how do you get juice into it. what about vv tube mods how do you get juice to them. thanks.

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    The Provari works the same as other PVs as far as juice is concerned. It uses either an atomizer that you drip juice into or a cartomizer.

    The Red Sky VV is a variable volt, juice fed mod.

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    Provari is nice it has a screen to show voltage, etc but I would rather have a wheel to adjust voltage, much easier. Buzz pro is coming out within a month. Great PV at a decent price and it has a wheel. Getting eliquid to the any of these devices is the same as your Ego.

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    I have been looking into this as well...

    IMHO, the Buzz seems to be the best of the VV tube mods - good price and good reputation.
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    Get what you pay for most the time, especially when it comes to the VVs. Provari is well worth the money spent so you don't have to carry a screwdriver and have a mod that will do it all on a single bat. Stainless Steel shell on the provari will knock a hole in concrete: tested.

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    Best and most affordable don't go well together. That being said, I would check out Ken's Box Mods. I think he has two VV's in the $60 or $70 price range and Ken does a good job. Box Mods

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    the provari are really nice PV's! I know there are some great deals in the classified section!

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    What about the TripleV,or the Gold digger.Those are 5v,they look pretty nice and are affordable
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