Best mod low budget

Discussion in 'General Vaping Discussion' started by gezichtmitnase, Nov 20, 2013.

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  1. gezichtmitnase

    gezichtmitnase Full Member

    Hi guys.

    getting bored with my ego twist... when i smell my liquid it smells so good, and when i taste it with my protank mini, its just meh. looking at mods for a time now, and narrowed it down to a few low cost great quality mods if i should believe the reviews. what i found, (and new options are MORE then welcome) are these.

    Vamo v5.
    iTaste MVP 2
    iTaste vv v3.0

    need to decide... all of them have some advantages, and some negative aspects. i live in the Netherlands, and if i order them i would prefer to do so inside of Holland, or at least Europe since shipping costs from the US can be terrivbly high, not to mention border costs.

    THANKS GUYS for the advice.
  2. gotch23

    gotch23 Senior Member ECF Veteran

  3. Daryl Glen

    Daryl Glen Super Member ECF Veteran

    You can't go wrong with all of the ones you already should also take a look at the Tesla. It is similar to the Vamo, but in my opinion, a little better. Here is a brief overview:

    If you can find someone who carries this where you are, it may be worth it to you.
    I'd also like to point out that I own the MVP2 now, and it is VERY nice as well!
    Best of luck!
  4. Topwater Elvis

    Topwater Elvis Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    I'd experiment with and find delivery devices you enjoy first before spending money on an APV.
    No power device (apv) will magically change a hohum / poor / crappy delivery device into a better one.
  5. gezichtmitnase

    gezichtmitnase Full Member

    Can't find any vendors that hold the tesla, but it looks toooo big for me... im going to school and vaping is new here. dont want to sit somewhere with a steel dildo in my hand...getting enough questions already when i'm grabbing my twist lol! but i agree on the mvp. right now im still undecisive between the vv v3 and the mvp, meaning that if i get into the next step with RBA's and bigger tanks, they will look kinda weird on a small battery. and the mvp will sure fit my hand. the vamo is cool too but what does it have over the mvp and the vv?
  6. Daryl Glen

    Daryl Glen Super Member ECF Veteran

    Understand about the size. But I use the Tesla at home, and don't really carry it around with me too much. The MVP is great for out and about.
    Also, I agree with what the previous poster said about getting a better delivery device, or one that you like on the twist first.
    But to answer your question, the vamo has batteries that you can take out and charge, and when they die, you can buy a new battery. The MVP battery is internal, so whenever it dies (about two years for your average vaper), then it's dead. The vamo is just as big as the Tesla, and even heavier.
    It's all a matter of how you want to use it, and where you want to use it. :)
  7. Dave_in_OK

    Dave_in_OK Super Member ECF Veteran

    I would recommend the Sigelei Zmax V3 solid build 510 threads are SS unlike the brass threads of the Vamo, has VV/VW, telescoping so you can go big or small.
  8. Thrasher

    Thrasher Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I agree with this, a crappy clearo is still going to be a crappy clearo
  9. tj99959

    tj99959 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Hate to tell you this, but if you don't like the ProTank mini, there isn't a PV on the planet that will change that.

    Your ProTank is going to vape exactly the same on every PV that you listed.
  10. gezichtmitnase

    gezichtmitnase Full Member

    mmm then it must be the mt baker vapor.. because my kanger protank mini 2 is fine with others liquids.
  11. Daryl Glen

    Daryl Glen Super Member ECF Veteran

    God bless them, but there are very few Mt. Baker flavors that taste good on any of my devices. Glad people like them, but that may be your problem right there.
  12. Tbaggerr

    Tbaggerr Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I love my MVP2! I would recommend it to anyone looking for a cheep PV. But if it's the protank you are unhappy with, then it's a lot easier to just find a delivery system that you like. I found that I too do not much care for the protank mini or 2 so started using the Aspire vivi-s bdc tank when I just want something easy to vape on. The delivery system that you use makes a HUGE difference in the vape quality and it's all about personal preference. A PV cant change that.
  13. bigrf85

    bigrf85 Super Member ECF Veteran

    i love my mvp2 it works and lasts a long time on a charge and is an all in one package
  14. venemous

    venemous Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Exactly this. LOVE my MVP2. My only 2 complaints are that occasionally the positive pin in the 510 connector gets pushed down too far and I have to wiggle it back up and I really wish they had recessed the 510 connection to sit flush with the top.

    Also, I detest protanks; mini, 1, 2- all of them. Flavor is really muted and I always get either flooding or dry hits depending on its' mood. I switched to carto tanks for out and about and a nimbus clone for at work/home and have not looked back. Great flavor and vapor from both and never any issues.
  15. gezichtmitnase

    gezichtmitnase Full Member

    okay getting the mvp2 from this site if its not too much shipping. by far the best deal.
    INNOKIN iTaste MVP Version 2.0 |
    yeah it has to be the protank. in my evod it tastes dull too..
    imma get an iclear with this hope that works better and otherwise im getting a smoktek RSST. just to get into it
    thanks for the help
  16. Tbaggerr

    Tbaggerr Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Might be because they use the same heads. ;)
  17. supermarket

    supermarket Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Well, the MVP 2.0 is going to be the best bang for your buck.

    At $40, plus $2-3 for shipping, you can get a MVP 2.0. The Vamo v5 is nice too, but it is $37, will take 2-3 weeks just to arrive (IF YOU USe fast tech), and not to mention you have to buy expensive batteries and a battery charger for it - bringing the total to well over $65.

    I'd go with either the MVP2.0 or the Vamo v5......those were what I narrowed it down to last week. I ended up going with the MVP 2.0 since it was only $40, down from $70+ a few weeks ago. Also, don't need batteries or a charger for it :)
  18. gotch23

    gotch23 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Before you buy a RSST, which is good... don't get me wrong,
    try recoiling your protank with microcoils and cotton,
    explained e.g. in this video: Mini Protank Micro Coil Rebuild - YouTube

    That gives you a pretty awesome vape... next step up kayfun... imho.
  19. gezichtmitnase

    gezichtmitnase Full Member

    I cant seem to find any mvp 2 kits below 50 euro..
  20. Mitch65

    Mitch65 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Vamo v3-v5 hands down
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