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    So I think I want to go for an MVP2 and have been checking different sites. I am baffled as to why my local shop charges $99.00 for this piece but I can get it anywhere else, including Innokin, for much less. Any thoughts?d Will I be missing something if I buy it online - like does it not come fully built or something?
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    You can save a bundle by buying it from Innokin iTaste MVP V2.0 - 101 Vape

    It comes complete with charger and iClear 30 clearomizer. No one has it for less. Black only though, but 2 day shipping can't be beat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbit Chaser View Post
    So I think I want to go for an MVP2 and have been checking different sites. I am baffled as to why my local shop charges $99.00 for this piece but I can get it anywhere else, including Innokin, for much less. Any thoughts?d Will I be missing something if I buy it online - like does it not come fully built or something?
    As speed says, buy it from 101vape (mine just showed up today, took 3 days), you wont be disappointed and you'll have it in less than 3 days. (will ship out of Carlsbad, CA)
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    No difference between them. I ordered one online a few weeks ago and got one at a B&M. Different kits (some come with an iClear30, others 2 iClear16's, both available online from different sources), but the MVP will still be the same. There's just a lot of sales going on with them right now. Most sites had them at $70-100 for the last few weeks.

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    99 is a bargain compared to most of my local shops-- one has it for $119!!!!

    I asked why its SO much higher than other online places, and he accused them of selling knock offs. LOL.

    I got one yesterday from Zeecigs and i love this thing!!

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    Just get it online and use the money you save for more tanks and juice.... It's win - win!!
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    Get it from any reputable vendor online. It will be the same as the one you pay twice as much more at a B&M and will perform great as the MVP tends to.

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    I just recently paid 59.99 for the kit from my b&m. Very good price! Locally they are in the 60-80 dollar range.

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    Most local shops have to pay rent. This is why they need to mark up prices.

    Online vendors can sell cheap, as they don't need to more often than not.

    Ill support local shops by buying juice, that's about it haha.
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