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    Quote Originally Posted by PLANofMAN View Post
    Yes. A version three is imminent. Expect more details in late 2015.
    *scream* ...................

    1) higher amp limit
    2) Provari brand beauty rings to make a flat top. It would be nice if they did not fall off when you take your tank/atomizer off the top.
    3) crop circles are OK, but the raindrops on the mini are much better looking
    4) get rid of the slick finish I have on my red Provari. The finish of my blue Provari is not slick, and holds better in my hand
    5) adjustable center pin for the 510 connection
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzman View Post
    I have more faith that Provape can do it right. Provape is not a Chinese cloner, never has been.
    The vast majority of ProVari owners don't want the things you described. I want something that works and works well, not gimmicks which cause other mods to fail...

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    Hmmm.. a flat top would be nice, with grooves for air channels. But I already have provari cones for all of them so that isn't a big deal.. would be nice if Provape actually sold a ring for it without us having to hunt them down.

    Upping the amp and wattage limit would be nice also.. at least a 20 watt and 5 amp limit.

    But really, all in all... I love mine just the way they are. If I build my coils 1.2 or 1.32Ω I can get right up to the 15 watt limit without going over the 3.5 amp limit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PLANofMAN View Post
    Yes. A version three is imminent. Expect more details in late 2015.
    I agree, as long as provape is still selling an upgrade for the ego, I see no major changes. There will be no performance upgrades as long as there are sales on the current model. They have waited to long, their next upgrade would either have to include a DNA chip or something better.
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    A bigger Vamo with 4 or 6 batteries.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLANofMAN View Post
    Yes. A version three is imminent. Expect more details in late 2015.
    That was totally tongue in cheek. Next time I'll put one of these at the end, "".

    A lot of people really don't understand how ProVape and the ProVari have gained both a reputation and a following, and why neither are destined for obsolescence.
    Allow me to demonstrate how this works.

    Exhibit A, Generic Chinese APV:

    Our product is beautifully designed, simple to use, and user friendly. It's more durable than our last version and has more features, it also costs less than a ProVari, would you like to buy one?


    Exhibit B, ProVape's ProVari:


    We believe APV's should put out a good vape and not break. We believe the ProVari is the most reliable, durable, and consistent APV made. It's beautifully designed, simple to use, and user friendly, would you like to buy one?


    ProVari owners buy into ProVape's core philosophy that an APV should be "military grade." It should work reliably and not break...and on the rare occasions when it does break, you should be able to fix it. ProVari owners tend to share ProVape's belief system. Look at the other APV's that ProVari owners tend to gravitate towards. REO's, Semovar's, and other durable and well built mods.


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    Why no love for the crop circles?

    Is it aesthetics? Long grooves = better grip? Tradition?


    I find the crop circles to look better than grooves or teardrops, personally..
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    A lot of people just don't like the look of the crop circles, nothing more than that.

    Thinking about it more, I don't think there's going to be a higher amp limit. The Mini is already pushing the 18350 battery close to it's limit. Not that I really care, I don't need it at all - I'm not even close to the current limitations.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gato del Jugo View Post
    Why no love for the crop circles?

    Is it aesthetics? Long grooves = better grip? Tradition?


    I find the crop circles to look better than grooves or teardrops, personally..
    Mine re-arrange themselves every now and then and form different ones... Is that normal?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stevegmu View Post
    Mine re-arrange themselves every now and then and form different ones... Is that normal?
    That depends on what you are vaping.
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