Originally Posted by Electronic_Nog
Originally Posted by stevegmu
For the price, the Provari is looking awfully long in the tooth today. With the DNA30 chip, OKR chip, and SX chip now available, the Provari is clearly being out-spec'd and out-performed by a large margin.
I would throw one other suggestion into the fray: A Nemesis clone and a Kick 2.
This combination would be much more versatile. It would offer 5-15 Watts of regulated power, operate in 18350, 18490, or 18650 modes, and should he get into rebuilding, operate as one of the highest quality mechanicals available today.
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It's modular, versatile, sleek looking, the most compact, durable, and future compatible with his needs. Very affordable as well.
You are used to a really powerful vape experience.
According to ohms law your current vape has a power output of about 22 watts.
So the provari and vamo, which max out at about 15 watts probably won't cut it
for you. Even worse with the mvp, which maxes out at 11 watts.
Don't get me wrong, i think these are great devices... I have a provari and a mvp myself.
So... if you want a regulated vape, the DNA 30 is your best bet. But these are really pricey.
However if you don't mind the voltage drop-off over battery life, a mech mod would be a good way
As for toppers: Again... i like the protank... however, it's not suitable for high-powered vapes.
At least with stock-coils... Even 11 watts (the max setting of my mvp) fried the heads within
days... at best. Rebuilt protank heads... no problem, but that's what you wanted to avoid.
However i don't really see any alternative other than RBAs, that can match your current
So... i'd still suggest a kayfun (or a good clone). The rebuilding-thing can be intimidating.
But it's really not all that hard once you get started. I really suck at DIY... If i can do it
it, so can you.
Or stick with your current set-up... what do you not like about it? Do you taste the poly-fill?
Since you care the cloud size and flavor potency most, I suggest you to get a rebuildable topper, such as Kayfuns, aqua an so forth. You can rebuild the coil, especially the Kayfuns could produce great flavor. And as for the mod, I will strongly recommend Nemesis, caravela mod . Magnificent engraving, stainless steel material, touches smooth and make you feel comfortable. Hope could help you.
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Last edited by Funk Dracula; 03-18-2014 at 05:35 PM.
The Sigelei really does seem to nicely fill the gap between the $40 beginners vv/vw devices and the Provari. Can't wait to hear some feedback from folks who've actually had their hands on one.
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Last edited by Baditude; 03-18-2014 at 06:21 PM.
Oh No!!!! you woke the sleeping GIANTS!
Originally Posted by Baditude
Help someone --- if you can.....
Bad..... My man.... Not you !! You have moved to the dark side with the Kayfun.. (give a 1.1 ohm coil a try and get ready for a ride)
Originally Posted by Baditude
Also agree with all of the above. Single coil carto is best. Used them a long time....a 2.5 to 3.2 coil carto...I cant vape it over 4.0 volts. Why do you need 30 watts ? A Kayfun or Taifun....I cant vape over 4.0 Volts, Why do you need 30 watts ? ( I run 1.0 to 1.3 coils and vape fruits mostly)
I owned a 30 watt ZNA for about three weeks. Sold it. Its cool looking, goes really high (not needed) did go to .5 ohms ( I really dont sub ohm...only for show for me)... Chip is not as good as the Provari chip as far as durability (Provari chipset is military grade..mine has been under water twice, dried and still vaping).
Semovar....great Mod...(better than the DNA 20 and 30 IMHO as far as reliability, but still has little funny glitches as far as error codes for no reason but keeps working like there are no error codes)
These are just a couple examples, all my opinion from my own experiences. I am a user of a few of the latest and greatest Mods, unless your going sub ohm, the Provari is very hard be beat. It just works the very well while others have little glitches and funny wonky things that make you say "well, even though it shouldnt do that, its still ok". The Provari is just consistant. (and built well)
Will I keep buying new Mods ? Sure, but thats just me. I like tying new things. Can you buy my Provari,s from me? Well, no. Get your own.
Last edited by Thunderball; 03-18-2014 at 10:33 PM.
Keep Calm and Vape On !
If it really can go down to 3 volts, then it's a step up on both the DNA 20/30 as they don't have a reducer. Methinks the Chinese are fudging the numbers somewhat. I wonder how many amps it can push?
Originally Posted by Funk Dracula
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