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    Hello! I was wondering what you guys think is the best variable voltage, and wattage ecig than can also read ohms and battery level? I just ordered the Vamo, mostly for its price and abilities. Right now i just have the ego twist. Price isnt an issue, im just wondering what your favorite mods are so i can take a look! Please post your favorite settups! Thanks and peace!

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    If money is no issue, get the Provari. It's not vw, but it doesn't need to be. I seem to go back to that setup regardless of what I try / sample...

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    the evic is great vv and vw for only around 100 bucks if money is an issue.
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    I have several mods in addition to 2 Provari's. The Provari's get 90% of my attention because they are more consistant and reliable, and just seem to give me a better vaping experience.

    They are not variable wattage, but as someone earlier said, I don't need it. V-W is just another means to get to an end.

    If one compares the build of a Provari with most other mods, there will be no comparision the Provari is a better made product. Provape also supports the Provari after the warranty, they will service it for as long as you own it. The same can not be said for the Chinese made mods -- once they stop working after their warranty, consider them to be a disposable device.

    The Provari also uses a different PWM (technical term for the way it provides higher voltage) via its Acuset Technology. Many owners say this produces a smoother vape. I agree.

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    You'll get a lot of different answers in this thread. Many try to justify the purchases they've made.

    I'll say the VAMO you ordered is the best bang for the buck mod available to this date. I own one and 8 other mods, the Vamo performs as well as any. Its not built as well but for $35-40 its a fantastic buy.

    Congrats.

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    +1 for the Vamo V2, it just performs like or even outperforms most of my "High acclaimed" expensive mods zenesis, zmax, provare etc.
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    The Vamo is definitely the best "bang for the buck" APV on the market: variable watt (with it's advantages over VV), 5 amp switch, ability to change the physical size and batteries that last about 12 - 14 hours and only cost $11. If money is no issue, then I would say the variable watt Darwin, if you can find one. Excellent build quality, doubles as a pass-through and has the best warranty of any PV on the market (standard) at 2 years.

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    You really need to ask? PROVARI !

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    While I love my provaris.. the vamo performs amazing for it's price.
    You're going to hear what people love the most, what they have experience with, and what they want.

    Best advice, read up learn what you can, make your choices based on what's right for you and your budget. Not everyone needs a provari, though IMO everyone should own one.

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    I have a couple Ego twists and a Provari. I use all of them and like them all but in the long run the Provari will be less expensive as I only have to buy new batteries for it. And I like how it can be repaired. One with built in batteries are going to have to be repurchased in 6 to 12 months depending on how long the battery lasts.

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