VV vaping......and where to find the kick in stock!
I had been VV vaping now for almost 2 months so I figure it's time to share my thoughts.
Went with the provari first......and yes it is all that it is hyped to be. Absolutely perfect. Hands down The best vaping experience I have ever had. Took pbusardo's advice and stuck with my LR cartos....And at 4.2-4.5 volts I am in vaping heaven. I thought I loved my Reo mini....it doesn't begin to hold a candle to the provari. Yes yes I realize the mini was a fixed 3.7. And I realize they have VV Reos now. But I have graduated so to speak and Reo is a thing of the past for me at this point.
Well I realized I needed a VV back up. Bought the twists, and while I like them, I find that the voltage settings do not quite match up with my provari settings. Still need to tweak with them a bit. Excellent potential though.
Finally, I decided to get a kick. And of course they are sold out everywhere. EXCEPT......at ..........com! Yes it's overseas,, and yes it costs a little more than it does to purchase it domestically, but I ordered it 6 days ago and it arrived well packaged and safe. Put it on the silver bullet with an extension collar and my oh my it is every bit as good as the provari!! I highly recommend this option for vv. I have no need to purchase another provari as the kick Wth SB matches performance very well.
Just wanted to share my vv thoughts with everyone since it seems to be a pretty hot topic right now.
Vape on friends!!
Actually if you keep an eye on nhaler, there have been a few kicks going up every few days. That's how I got mine.
Moved from General E-Smoking Discussion to Variable Voltage APV Discussion
Super T has them in stock.
Glad they are back in stock a few more places. There were zilch to be found last week!
As I posted in another thread just a moment ago, my concern about getting a Kick is the anecdotal evidence of high failure rates. I've read too many posts (at least four or five, if memory serves) by users reporting that their Kick failed after a short period of time.
Maybe I'm just being overly cautious, or jumping to an incorrect conclusion. Obviously, a small percentage of random failures do occur with any advanced device, and if that hassle happens to befall me as an individual user, it's just bad luck/karma/fate whatever. Still, I'd like to be reasonably confident that after popping for the module and a couple of high-drain 18500s, the Kick won't go belly up on me after two weeks.
Kick is limited to 10 watts. If it had a 15 watt limit, i would be interested.