best place to get an MVP 2.0 Or itaste vv v3 (6 rivet)

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  1. mikel1982

    mikel1982 Full Member Verified Member

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    Where is the best place to get a MVP 2.0 or an Itaste vv v3 (6 rivet) latest revision. I am looking to upgrade from my ego twists & I know black Friday is around the corner I like the SVD but the only downer for me is I would have to buy batteries & a charger. thanks for you help much appreciated
     
  2. athousandyears

    athousandyears Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    101vape has the MVP 2.0 for 39.99. That is the cheapest I've heard except for possibly ebay.
     
  3. mikel1982

    mikel1982 Full Member Verified Member

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    the only thing about ebay is im not really sure about the warranty & I have seen them at fasttech but how are fasttech shipping times saw something about a shipping upgrade for a price
     
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    mikel1982 Full Member Verified Member

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    double post
     
  5. Nailz

    Nailz Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Got 1 MVP2 from 101vape, at the time they only had the black, but was cheap and fast shipping, then I wanted a blue MVP2, I got the blue for about the same price and the new 6 rivet v3 from ebay, search vapingtown2013 there, has high ratings, I got them both as quick as 101vape and both have worked great, the seller been around a long time, so think if had any problems, be happy to help.

    I know someone who had problems from with their v3 that they bought from a online US vendor, and had tons of hassle getting it replaced and had to pay for it being shipped back, don't count on being safe with a warrenty just because it's a online store ;)
     
  6. jjcordone

    jjcordone Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Here's a good deal on the iTaste VV....
    Joye eGo Rechargeable Batteries

    Desert Vapes (don't confuse them with High Desert Vapes, different state/company).
    I give these guys 5 stars. Fast shipping, good prices, excellent customer service!
    I've bought stuff from them a few times now and never been disappointed.
     
  7. mikel1982

    mikel1982 Full Member Verified Member

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    Can you use any mini usb cable to charge the itaste vv3 & how much vape time are you getting out of the vv v3. I have no battery life issues with my 1000mah ego twist & i vape a lot. I am looking to upgrade from the ego twist

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  8. chrismikehead

    chrismikehead Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    It should charge with any Micro USB cable. Vape time would be a little less than your eGo.

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  9. Maniacal

    Maniacal Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    ITCvapes has the vv3 6 rivet for $30

    ITCVapes | Affordable e-Cigarette Supplies and USA Made e-Liquid


    Also, EBAY has them for around $30 with additions such as clearos/tanks, etc ... there are so many options to choose from & they are all around $30

    Desert vapes is a good onre, also, so I second that.

    Netmix custom vapes also has v3's for $30 but I dont know if they have rivets
     
  10. Maniacal

    Maniacal Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Yesh, but its passthrough! It makes it last forever. Seemingly. Unless you're nowhere near a plug or computer for the whole day but thats not likely.
     
  11. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    the 800mah vvv3 vs 1000mah ego vs the 2600mah MVP

    - Innokin iTaste MVP V2.0 - 101 Vape

    and have to pile on Desert Vapes as being a "top notch" place to buy from

    both MVP and vvv3 use 'micro' USB fitting and I use my cell phone cable to charge


    good luck
     
  12. mikel1982

    mikel1982 Full Member Verified Member

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    thanks everyone will hopefully get some good black friday deals
     
  13. sneakerpimp

    sneakerpimp Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    yep thirty bucks shipped on ebay all day.
     
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    tomzgreat Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Hi Chrismikehead I was wondering if you had both the Ego and the Itaste VV3 or was making the statement based on just MAH. Reason I ask is that size of battery is not everything. The Itaste VV3 has more sophisticated electronics than an Ego it's possible that it might leave the Ego 1000 in the dust and last much longer

    The reason why I suspect this is that the MVP has a 2700mah Power Pack yet it lasts for more than 50 hours on a charge [Around 4v with 2.4ohm atomizer]. Whereas my equivalent 2900mah battery on other devices doesn't last much more than 24 hours.

    The Itaste VV3 outputs a flat voltage curve like the MVP.

    So it would be interesting if anyone who has both an Ego 1000mah and an Itaste vv3 would comment on this.
     
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