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    Default News on the Prodigy v4

    So I have been compiling new information as it comes out about the upcoming, yet to be announced Prodigy v4. A similar thread is on the puresmoker's forum. Here are some quotes from CaSHMeRe.

    couple things ...

    1) it will be tank ready with different types of 510 adapters available
    2) even a bit more user friendly/user replaceable parts -- still sealed with floating center post to stop atomizer shorts.
    3) built in tank system attachment that seamlessly integrates with the Prodigy V4 (this will likely take another 2-3 months of development -- don't want to release subpar versions)
    4) 18650 and its variants -- including a version to use an 18650 with a KICK (we've been in talks with EVOLV)
    5) still 100% mechanical

    um.... that's about I'll I can release at this point ...
    We were thinking 3 size tubes ...

    18650 (maintains being 100% mechanical)
    18490 (or similar) [again, being 100% mechanical]
    18650 (with kick)
    18940 (with kick)
    Discuss!
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    Seamless tank looks like the future of vape to me. I alway loved the look of a Prodigy but just couldn't understand all of it when I started out as a noob. Different adaptors, atomizers, cartos, driping, all was overwhelming at the time. Loved the video of runing over it with a truck. Do you think lack of vv will hurt it?

    If the tank produces great flavor, doesn't leak, and is easily refillable, I see Prodigy back in the game, especialy for those that want a mechanical top of the line moddel to compete with the electric Provary.

    I hope them god speed to market befor someone else steels their thunder.
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    Well, the addition of "the kick" means it will be variable. This will make it the first built-in tank variable devise of which I have heard.

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    Wow Puresmoker is back on the map big time. Thanks for explaining that.
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    I'll take one in 18650/w kick and seamless tank.

    I haz ur joose

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    I love Puresmoker (and they are local) but never really got on board with their mods. I mean they look great i just dont think i would like a bottom button. Perhaps whenever the p4 comes out i will have to give it a try. As for VV or lack of it hurting the P4, that means little to me.

    I have a VV mod and it just does not interest me so much, i seem to prefer 5 volt and 3.7 with LR cartos. A tank however would be a uber plus to make me take another look.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry B View Post
    I love Puresmoker (and they are local) but never really got on board with their mods. I mean they look great i just dont think i would like a bottom button. .
    I thought it was odd at first myself, but it's no big deal. I have an Icon that I like pretty well.
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    Holy moly another Nashvillian! It is so good to meet ya Warm.

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    Please excuse my newbie type questions as I am trying to learn,

    I am new to this vaping and I went with the Prodigy V3.1 and I love it, it is durable, fires everytime, and seems to be the right size. Can someone explain why there doesnt seem to be more following with Prodigy or am I missing this somewhere ?

    TYIA

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    Some of that seems to be that because it is not regulated, it does not vape the same from beginning of the battery's charge to the end of the battery's charge. This can be good for some people because it is one less thing that can break and it lets you know that you are getting close to time for a recharge. I think that the addition of "the kick" will help because you don't need the kick in order to run the pv4, and the kick can help regulate and vary one's voltage, and it is one piece that can be replaced if broken. While replacing it you can still vape if you have the right battery.

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