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any new vv /vw mods on the horizon?

Discussion in 'Variable Voltage APV Discussion' started by good_apollo, Jul 22, 2013.

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  1. good_apollo

    good_apollo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Was wondering if anyone has heard of any upcoming mods that haven't hit the market yet? I've seen the itaste 134(gatling gun) online.
    Anybody know of anything else coming up in the future?
     
  2. bikerbeagle

    bikerbeagle Moved On Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Innokin has a new bottom-feeder box mod coming out called the iTaste VTR, not sure of the release date, but guessing it will be by the end of the year. Pictures Here.

    There are some rumors of a Provari v3.0 (next year), a new version of the iTaste MVP (don't know when) ...and I'm sure 6 new mechanical clones will come out next week :blink:
     
  3. good_apollo

    good_apollo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Never got the big deal about provari. I've used one for a while, didn't do it for me.
     
  4. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    A VV - VW perhaps, with a broader voltage range?
     
  5. good_apollo

    good_apollo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've never tried a box mod before. I'm kinda partial to tube mods. Maybe It's time to get out of my comfort zone.
     
  6. peterforpats

    peterforpats Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't believe the itaste vtr is a bottom feeder- that is an iclear30 already on it. it's just a more compact and streamline mvp type.
     
  7. jefsview

    jefsview Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    The KMAX is on preorders and promo copies are out for Review.
     
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    djtonyb Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    But it does have removable batteries. If a protank fits on it, it will probably be my next mod.
     
  9. tearose50

    tearose50 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    If the Prothingy didn't do it for you, you might looking at trying different toppers or different liquids. Or, perhaps, learn how to change your vape style.

    But, I do not understand "didn't do it for me"

    What is it?

    My guess is that acquiring the next mod out of the far east will most likely not handle "it", unless your "it" is shape, size, color or weight.

    If you want something that actually is cutting edge get any mod with DNA20 installed.:2c:
     
  10. good_apollo

    good_apollo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    "it" was that the provari didnt work any better than my zmax telescope. my zmax hits the same from start to finish regardless of how low the battery is, just no way to justify an overpriced provari.
     
  11. tearose50

    tearose50 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Thanks for clarifying good_apollo. No more prothingy debates needed.

    The Innokin's seem to be creating the most interest right now. I'm hoping this thread gets some more responses with something else new on the horizon.
     
  12. State O' Flux

    State O' Flux Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I'd say so... really looking forward to both the MVP 2.0 and VTR. Unless there's an as yet unseen reason not to, I'll obtain both.

    Question. Are there no other self-contained VV~VW batteries... is the iTaste 3.0 actually 'it'?

    Cheers,
    C
     
  13. good_apollo

    good_apollo Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    i'm hoping it gets more responses too. im a sucker when it comes to gadgets. yeah, ive been looking at the SVD, really cant pass up the price on fasttech i think it's like $38. it's huge though. Dragonfly ecigs has some physical stores by my house, and just started carrying the tesla mod. its a beast. much lighter than you would think.
     
  14. bikerbeagle

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    Well, Twists / Spinners, technically, fall into that category and the MVP has a self-contained battery, but those are all VV-only devices. The only fixed-battery APV I know of with VW capability is the iTaste v3.0.
     
  15. State O' Flux

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    That's what I'm sayin'... the iTaste is in fact, it. Pretty surprising when you think about it. Although neither are self-contained, I'm sure the MVP 2.0 will be a VW, the VTR is a VW (when it comes out) but apparently, at least for now, the 3.0 is the only self-contained VW. It's in a category, for the moment, all to itself. I find that fascinating... makes me want to see who, other than Innokin, will be next.

    C
     
  16. tearose50

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    I'd say the iTaste is the first. If it is popular, there will certainly be more. The JoyE Twist was a proven winner before the Vision Spinner/Revolver/Uturn came out. Then the clones came out.

    I don't think the MVP 2.0 or VTR will be VW only. VV/VW devices have been the current Chinese trend.

    There are vw devices without self-replaceable batteries and charging done with USB ports, but that's a whole different class and category of APV. Opus and Opus D are 2.
     
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    Cajunsteaming Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    There are several threads out about all different MODS...I bought a cheap starter just to get the feel of Mech MODS from fasttech.com and a stomp clone and a short stop fuse all in all got about $50 tied up in it ant seems to be working fine. I would advise if you are new to mods start with a vv/vw el cheap oh play with the setting then move up to the Mech. My VV/VW was also from fasttech K200 so check out a cheap one first then move up. BTW I am an Electronic Eng. with over 30yrs designing Aircraft Electronics so don't be fooled by all the hipe over brands, they are several good cheap VV/VW and Mech MODS, look at the forums check out youtube reviews and make your own decisions. Also Smoktech has some good VV/VW Siegelei has about 38 Mech MODS.

    Cajunsteaming Vaping On!!!!!! :vapor:
     
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