Best 3.7 volt Mod

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  1. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I am about to snag up a RoughStack v2 from madvapes but before I do I would like some input on what you guys feel is the best 3.7 volt mod. I am not interested in a bottom feeder, so leave those out. Thanks :)
     
  2. Goldenkobold

    Goldenkobold Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    roughstack v2 from madvapes looks like as good a choice as any, unless you want a bigger battery.
     
  3. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I think 1200 mah should be sufficient, a 900 mah eGo battery can last me all day. Is there a significant difference between an eGo (3.2) and a true 3.7?
     
  4. Dudeman

    Dudeman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Best 3.7v mod is very subjective. I vote for whichever 3.7v mod is most appealing to you.

    Madvapes now has the extended battery cup avaliable as well as a v2 maxi roughstack.
     
  5. wyojoe

    wyojoe Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Hot box mode, at Aceofvapes. I like it because you have a charger built in. I have had one for a month and it works great, has the 14500 battery included and a usb charging cable so you can vape and charge at the same time. Nice very reasonable price.
     
  6. Goldenkobold

    Goldenkobold Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    It is more than a wattage of difference a 2.0 ohm on a 3.7 performs like a 1.6 would on a 3.3,
    some people notice it more than others but I think its hard to miss the difference of a fully charged battery on a mod and a fully charged ego.

    You mileage may vary.
     
  7. keyzygirl

    keyzygirl ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    I like the BB from Altsmokes,but the rough stack is cool too.
     
  8. jazdale

    jazdale Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Just curious...why no interest in bottom feeders?

    I love my mini. Everything else has a compromise.
     
  9. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I am not a fan of atomizers, I'm a carto guy.
     
  10. VpnDrgn

    VpnDrgn Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    I love my GLV2. I don't know how much you wanted to spend or if it is something you have to have right a way, but the mods from Greatlakesvapor are great.
    Jay only does the CR123a batties ( 16340 ), that would be 2 batts for the full size and he puts in a resistor to get it down to 5V or 3.7V. I thought mine was a bit hot for what was supposed to be 3.7V so I took out the resistor and put in a single 14670 batty and it is perfect.

    Long story short - I would recommend the GLV2 with no resistor and the 14670 batty. These mods come in a lot of colors and can be engraved.
     
  11. cubfanthad

    cubfanthad Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I also have the Hotbox and I love it, for the price and being able to use it as a passthrough, it's a great deal.
     
  12. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    Thanks everyone for the input, I think I am going to go ahead and order the RoughStack now. The more I look at it, the more I dig the small size.
     
  13. wyojoe

    wyojoe Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    The hotbox is small and like I said, has a built in charger. It measures about 1 1/4 in. wide by 3/4 in. thick and 2 5/8in. high. You will not beat the price anywhere. The other mods (some times) they don't come with batteries or a charger so you pay extra. This mode has it all.

    I do think the RoughStack is a great choice because it is 1200 mAh battery, and the hotbox is only 900 mAh but it does last a long time between charges.
     
  14. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    I do like the fact that it can be used while charger but I really wanted to stay away from plastic mods. It could easily be broken at my place of work.
     
  15. BiancaMontgomery

    BiancaMontgomery SQUIRREL! Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I have dropped my Rough Stack down brick stairs, on concrete, on hardwood floors...yeah...I've dropped it a lot...and it just keeps on going LOL. It's tough and vapes great. I hope you'll be happy with yours. :)
     
  16. Para

    Para Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Roughstack is a great mod and one you can easily customize

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  17. ViewAskewVapar

    ViewAskewVapar Moved On ECF Veteran

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    Love the black one! I may do the same.
     
  18. GiMante

    GiMante Unregistered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I am also a happy roughstack user. They take a lot of abuse and keep on going. They are so stealthy also, which I love.
     
  19. ViewAskewVapar

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    What kind of paint did you use and what is that attached to the button?
     
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