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    Quote Originally Posted by Chakris View Post
    Thanks gdawg, I've been using it for about 3 weeks now and I like it a lot, but as Fishtec said below, it's not VV. However, it does have a 510 thread, so you can swap atomizers or tanks that are 510 and if you take the thread sleeve (TW calls it a plinth) off, you can even put an eGo-C atomizer and cart on it, which means you can play around with different resistances, but at a fixed voltage, for what it's worth.


    From what I hear, TW has a vv on the blackboard - be nice to see what they come up with, esp, if they come up with something that has changeable/rebuildable atomizers.

    Have fun with your cobra.
    Don't worry I am looks the buissness on my provari but from what I've heard totally wicked have applied for a uk patent on a variable temperature device which I'm not sure how it would work but if it did it would be awesome only downfall is totally wicked would obviously control it and I really hate buying tw products

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fishtec View Post
    Don't worry I am looks the buissness on my provari but from what I've heard totally wicked have applied for a uk patent on a variable temperature device which I'm not sure how it would work but if it did it would be awesome only downfall is totally wicked would obviously control it and I really hate buying tw products
    I'm not clear on what you mean, "...I am looks the business on my Provari ..."? Although, it sounds like you had problems with TW products? Sorry to hear that. I've only bought a few things from them; the Odyssey, some juice and a couple 3.5ml DCT's. The only problem I've had so far is a bit of flooding with the Dual Coil carts both on the Odyssey and the 3.5ml tanks.

    Being rather new at vaping I don't have much experience to go by, but I believe their juice to be ok. I didn't think I'd be needing variable voltage at the time I ordered the PV - what I was mainly interested in was one that was well crafted, hold a decent amount of juice and a changeable battery - Odyssey fit the bill.
    Did I mention it has a 5 year warranty?

    I agree, if they had a variable voltage built with the same precision they put into the Odyssey, that WOULD be awesome!

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    Odyssey can't hold the Provari's jock strap in my opinion, as for the Cobra on the Provari = Win, I've got two Provari's with a 3ml Cobra on one Provari & a 5ml Cobra on the other and there a very nice set up with a super draw system that I really like compared to other Genesis units, and the overall build and how the Cobra's perform are super.!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chakris View Post
    I'm not clear on what you mean, "...I am looks the business on my Provari ..."? Although, it sounds like you had problems with TW products? Sorry to hear that. I've only bought a few things from them; the Odyssey, some juice and a couple 3.5ml DCT's. The only problem I've had so far is a bit of flooding with the Dual Coil carts both on the Odyssey and the 3.5ml tanks.

    Being rather new at vaping I don't have much experience to go by, but I believe their juice to be ok. I didn't think I'd be needing variable voltage at the time I ordered the PV - what I was mainly interested in was one that was well crafted, hold a decent amount of juice and a changeable battery - Odyssey fit the bill.
    Did I mention it has a 5 year warranty?

    I agree, if they had a variable voltage built with the same precision they put into the Odyssey, that WOULD be awesome!
    Sorry I meant my cobra looks awesome on my provari and no not had any problems with tw products they do what there meant to not the biggest choice around and certainly not the best price but I refuse to buy from them upon seeing how there owner behaves on public forums and the appalling opionion he has of his customers my personal opinion however and I'm not trying to push it on anyone else and like I said there looking into a variable temperature device not saying that a vari voltage won't come first though as a variable temperature device I's a completely new concept and would require a hell of alot of work / research

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    I'm not sure about the Provari, but you can try out the DID clone. It's cheap, about $25-35 US dollars for the atomizer alone, i'm not sure about shipping to you, but even if it costs a lot, it will be cheaper and much easier to get ahold of. I use one on my Provari and I love it. It may not be a $150 genesis, but it vapes well and looks good too. Check it out.

    I'm not sure if these guys will ship to you, but this is where I got it, $25. It is out of stock now, but will be back in stock in a few days, he always runs out pretty quick but does a good job of getting them in stock pretty frequently. Contact him and ask if he will send one to you.

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    Quote from his site:

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    Or if you can get one in your country, you can try out the Vision Vivi Novas. They are really cheap, but they work very well and are becoming very popular. The heads can be not only replaced for a couple bucks but you can rebuild them yourself.

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    i think i ll order the vivi novas, heard some really good things abt them...

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    There's the vivi tank I think it's called a rebuildable atomiser in the same style as other genesis atomisers might be worth a look relatively cheap too only 15 pounds might pick one up myself will repost if I do and the nova is good but not without its problems maintainace of them alone is not cheap I got through a head a week on mine before the taste just gets trashed

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    I've got some ViVi Nova's coming in from Health Cabin near the end of the month, 2 - 2.5ml and 2 - 3.5ml. I'll let ya'll know how they work when they get here.

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