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    Question Is this a good durable, cheap and noob friendly setup?

    Hello there,
    After a hell of a lot of reading around & a bad experience with the tornado ego +,
    Ive decided to go for a;

    Kanger EVOD tank & an ego T battery.


    I believe I would need to order alongside it, atomizer heads.
    I already own juice and a charger.

    Is this a good noob setup?

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    Evods are very new vaper friendly . Make sure you get a quality battery. Where are you thinking of getting it from? How much are you spending?

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    Thanks .
    I was thinking of getting 2 Ego T batteries, 650mah for 5.50 each.
    1 or 2 EVOD tanks both 5.00 each.......(I wonder how long they last?)
    And atomizer heads......do you know how much resistance I need?

    Im spending in the region of 30 - 35.

    I can't wait to start vaping again!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Easterbunny View Post


    Thanks .
    I was thinking of getting 2 Ego T batteries, 650mah for 5.50 each.
    1 or 2 EVOD tanks both 5.00 each.......(I wonder how long they last?)
    And atomizer heads......do you know how much resistance I need?

    Im spending in the region of 30 - 35.

    I can't wait to start vaping again!

    Now that you have over 5 posts, I suggest you scroll down the main page to the UK forum. I'm sure they will have info on vendors, so you don't have to pay high shipping fees. All of the vendors/kits I would suggest are in the US.
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    I dont think anything is noob friendy. You may have issues from time to time, but hey....thats what we are here for !!

    Good luck and welcome !!
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    Hey bro, that's exactly what I just ordered! I've had bad luck with hardware since I started vaping a few months ago, so I'm hoping the 2 batteries plus the one I have now, a vv usb passthrough, a couple of evods, replacement heads, I already have two chargers and a still functional c4 clearomizer... I should be safe.
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    Gee best of luck to you and me @doctadrea! I would like to just buy an expensive MOD, I just wouldn't know what to do with it Aha. And yeah thanks, I'll be off to the big boy forums.
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    Thats exactly my setup, have had no problems, very noob friendly.

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    If you're getting the E-Go Twist, I'd go ahead and take what I think is a step up and go for the Kanger Protank II Mini. I too am fairly new at this and I've tried the Evod and found it difficult to fill and see how much fluid is in the tank through the small window. Granted, I am far sighted and that's a factor, but I've had no trouble filling the Protank II Minis that I have. I also like being able to change drip tips which the Evod won't allow. I also tried the Vivi Nova Minis and found that I liked the bottom coil better.
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