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    Default Innokin Itaste VV v3 vs Joyetech Twist

    I was looking at different batteries and I came across the Itaste VV v3. It looks different than the twist since it has the squared edges and a little display screen. It also seems that it can preform a bit better than the twist.

    I have two twist batteries right now and I was wondering if I should upgrade soon. Anyone have comparisons of the Itaste VV v3 and the Joyetech twist?
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    The itaste 3.0 is smaller and lighter, has a LED screen for ohmmeter, energy and power outputs, and battery output..plus, a puff counter. It can also operate with usb-bypass and with coil resistances of >/=0.9 Ohms.
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    I have both, and I definitely prefer the iTaste VV over the Twist. A nice thing about the iTaste's squareness... it won't roll off the table.
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    I like my VV so much I bought another. Variable wattage ...!

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    Should I consider getting the Itaste v3? I just got my twists not too long ago and now I'm kicking myself thinking I should have gotten the Itaste. Maybe around the holidays I'll pick a couple up.
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    I think the "passthrough" capability of the 3.0 will make one be good enough, but you may find yourself not using the twists any more. Having a small passthrough capable PV comes in handy. Innokin is pumping a lot of stuff out lately, so if you're going to wait anyway... I'd wait to see if they release a newer version. You might be kicking yourself more if they release something like a 1200 mAh battery with the same size after you buy yours...

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    pbusardo iTaste VV V3 review

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    It seems if I spend a little bit more I can get a Itaste MVP. Or will the Itaste VV v3 preform the same?

    I'm happy with my twists now, but I just like to know what's out there. Maybe I will wait to see if Innokin releases something new.
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    There are considerable differences between the VV and MVP, and now the recently released VTR.

    A PBusardo Review & Contest - iTaste MVP V2

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    Having used 2 eGo-C Twist 650's for nearly 3 months - and having just purchased an MVP v2 - here's my
    The Twists have worked VERY WELL for me.....no problems with battery life, charging, portability.....using them with something like a PT2 makes them quite top-heavy; they can easily tip over!!!
    For just about the price of 2 650 Twists....the MVP v2 offers a 2600mAh battery (ask anyone how long it lasts before recharging!!!), vv/vw, ohm reader, battery meter, puff-counter (IMO, NOT a real "hot" selling point....!!)...and it's built like a TANK!!
    Some say the firing button is stiff and somewhat awkward --- personally, I have no trouble with it....
    NOTE!!! The MVP v2 will NOT handle SUB-OHM COILS!!!
    I'm glad I have my Twists.....they'll serve me well as backups......but there's a LOT to be said for the MVP v2!!
    Good luck with whatever you choose!!
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