Thanks everyone for all the replies, I figure whyTH not? LOL
There is the tank part which holds the liquid, and there is the power part.
The evods are good tanks to start with; remember to change the atomizer heads.
For the power, you want to get a regulated supply.
Would be a pity to spend on a provari, then find your vape is still inconsistent because of tank problems.
The best battery out there seems to be the mvp2; best bang for the buck.
Does your setup look like this?
One of my regrets in Vaping is that I spent money on other devices on my way to a ProVari. Luckily I was able to sell those devices, but at a loss. I see now that if I would have just gone straight to the Provari, I would have actually saved money. They're built like a tank and I should be able to keep it a long time. You will not regret it. I will purchase another one with my tax return.
I don't have a provAri.
Provari does not make the battery or the atomizer you need to engage in vaping. I doubt there is a 150 dollar uptick in using a provari vs a vamo, etc.
BUT, it's made in America! If I had the money, I'd buy one for that fact alone..
And it has a lifetime guarantee.....
Well it sounds like your nic level is fine. Maybe try more PG in the PG/VG ratio will increase throat hit. I have to use 100% VG myself because I'm sensitive to PG, but if you're not you can increase it a bit and see if that helps.
Hi, im not reading all the responses, so this is to the OP
i was a 24 year smoker.
I started vaping in september.
My last cigarette was feb 9th.
What did it for me was my device and my juice.
And i tried way too many to list.
My winning combination is my provari and mreliquids neptune. Pure michigan and myster e.
I vape 12mg and mels blend. So you dont have to go crazy with high vg for that throat hit.
I tried many vendors and diy.
I also use cartotanks from ibtanked and smok single coil cartos.
This is what worked for me. Good luck in your journey.
Istick / Aspire MiniProvari / Aspire NautilusREO Grand / HH.357