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    Red face Looking for a new Tank and Mod?? (Im a newbie at this!)

    Hey, so I recently bought a Ce4 kit from Apollo couples months ago and it seems that my clearomizer is worn out? (The person working there told me) so i'm currently looking for a new tank. I came across the Kangertech Pro Tank 2, is this a good tank? or is there any good ones out there you guys can recommend?

    I was also getting interested in the Mods, all those cool looking batteries and stuff, what is the best Mod out there for under $100?
    and if so, is there like a Kit (batteries included?) It seems that they only sell the Body.
    Sorry for all these questions, Just really need somewhere to start haha

    Thanks guys!

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    The protank 2 is a great tank, very serviceable and the coils are easily replaced or rebuilt. As far as mods what are you looking for? Mechanical or vv/vw?

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    The ego-twist is pretty awesome. or any variable voltage for sure.
    I bought a Kanger pro 2 tank, and kept getting a burnt taste. So I just stuck with my vivi nova.
    twist + nova seems like a common setup

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    ProTank is very good and and a lot of us use it--especially with bigger APVs.

    If you want to stay with smaller form, try Twist or Spinner (variable voltage) batteries and any of the Kanger changeable coil clearos--they are all nice and widely popular--T3, baby T3, eVod, T2 (top coil) or mini ProTank (all pyrex glass).

    If you're looking for an APV that will work with larger 510 threaded tanks (like the ProTank), I own and like a Sigelei Zmax mini. Don't buy a kit, even if you can find one--chargers and batteries that come with such kits are usually lousy. Get a good charger (Nitecore, XPro, Pila) and good batteries.

    Good luck and welcome to ECF.

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    Which is better? I'm not familiar with Mechanical and such.

    The voltage changing one is nice, what exactly does a mechanical do?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katya View Post
    ProTank is very good and and a lot of us use it--especially with bigger APVs.

    If you want to stay with smaller form, try Twist or Spinner (variable voltage) batteries and any of the Kanger changeable coil clearos--they are all nice and widely popular--T3, baby T3, eVod, T2 (top coil) or mini ProTank (all pyrex glass).

    If you're looking for an APV that will work with larger 510 threaded tanks (like the ProTank), I own and like a Sigelei Zmax mini. Don't buy a kit, even if you can find one--chargers and batteries that come with such kits are usually lousy. Get a good charger (Nitecore, XPro, Pila) and good batteries.

    Good luck and welcome to ECF.
    Hey, thanks.
    Where did you get your Z-Max? Pretty interested in that
    Also, for the batteries, any recommendations for those as well?

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    Here's one: Sigelei Zmax Mini "Body Only"

    I buy my batteries and chargers from RTD: RTD Vapor AW Batteries

    The Sigelei Zmax mini only has one size. It takes an 18350 battery. If you want a device that you can make different sizes, Sigelei has a Zmax telescopic (although it currently doesn't come in colors): Sigelei Stainless V3 ZMAX Telescope Variable Power (adjustable wattage) VV APV
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    Kanger pro tank II is gonna be a good safe bet. No leakage and vapes pretty well.

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    Go with the VAMO. I have one and I love it. Cheap and reliable it is VV/VW and reads ohms to get you a better understanding of mods. For the tank, the pro tank is nice I have a couple of them but I like the D-box a little better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LemonsFoSho View Post
    Hey, thanks.
    Where did you get your Z-Max? Pretty interested in that
    Also, for the batteries, any recommendations for those as well?
    I got mine through a co-op; it comes with an extension cap for a 1490 battery and is all stainless. It looks like this:



    It's a lovely mod.

    I use AW IMR batteries from RTD Vapors, just like the ones Ocelot recommended, but many vapers use Efast--those are a bit cheaper and probably just as good. I got an inexpensive Nitecore I2 charger from Fasttech (free shipping), but I've seen them on Amazon for not much more.

    Good luck!
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