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    Default Best E Cig VV mod?

    What is the best variable voltage E cig mod on the market?

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    Power Regulated (variable wattage) is the feature I would consider a top option. Darwin and VAMO (VW & VV) are two models in this category. There are good VV models, such as Provari, also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darkhood View Post
    Half the ppl will say a Provari, the other half will say a VV Reo Grand. You could make a case for either. Either way your best bet is probably something made in the U.S. - USA-Made Electronic Cigarettes: Comprehensive List - Vapegrl
    Great list of US made mods, too bad the Icon is no more. I'm looking for a compact, 14500 type mod, that's classier than an eGo. Just can't take my eVic/Vamo/REO to some outside activities. That being said, the Provari is a construction/performance gem, it just needs the VW feature to make it perfection at this point in the vaping timeline. The VAMO has all of that, except the darn thing is ugly, kind like the Studabaker of mods.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VIPOD View Post
    Great list of US made mods, too bad the Icon is no more. I'm looking for a compact, 14500 type mod, that's classier than an eGo. Just can't take my eVic/Vamo/REO to some outside activities. That being said, the Provari is a construction/performance gem, it just needs the VW feature to make it perfection at this point in the vaping timeline. The VAMO has all of that, except the darn thing is ugly, kind like the Studabaker of mods.
    Honestly, even without the VW feature, the provari is still the better device (IMO). That being said, Reo's are amazing, I can't speak of the vv but the grand is amazing, so I'd assume quality carries over to the vv.
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    The best VV is the Provari hands down.
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    for price to performance ratio, i would recommend the VAMO. its VV/VW and is an absolute powerhouse. it takes 18350/18650 batteries and has 510/ego threading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dana A View Post
    The best VV is the Provari hands down.
    Word! I love the provari
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    My vamo works like a champ....what could be better?

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    depends on budget, if dont have problem with it then u can straight go for provari. for me, vamo is good enough atm

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    For performance, convience, durability away from the home and work its the REO VVGrand. At home I want it all and looks is important so for me it has to be THESE
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