(By Cost) Te Results from 2013 Unofficial Equipment of the Year Poll

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  1. PapawBrett

    PapawBrett Travelin' Man Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    First, thanks to everyone who participated in the Poll. I've taken the liberty of comprising a list, by cost, of some of the more popular PV and Attachment combinations from that poll. The prices listed are from ECF Vendors and/or manufacturer's website, and are subject to change. Hopefully this list will help anyone looking to buy a new device.
    NOTE: Cost of Batteries and/or Chargers Not Included

    under $50 JOYETECH - eGo products / Assorted Clearomizers
    Sold by many Vendors as a 'Beginner' or 'Starter' kit that includes 2 eGo Batteries, 2 clearos, charger and case.
    Variable Voltage (VV), Pass Thru and other options available


    KAMRY - K100 (mechanical), K200 (VV)
    Dripping performance in a Mod for under $50 ? Kamry presents the K-series.

    under $100 KSD - Vamo / KANGER ProTank
    Popular inexpensive tube-mod with features of more expensive mods.

    INNOKIN - MVP2 / KANGER ProTank
    Innovative VV Device coupled with popular tank.

    SMOKTECH - Magneto / IBT tanks
    Mechanical mod w/ Telescoping Tube to accommodate various battery sizes.

    under $200 REOS Mods - Grand / RM2
    Popular bottom-feed Mod with compatible RBA. A VV option about $45 more.

    PROVAPE (base model) / Vivi Nova or ProTank
    Basic model of advanced tube mod, coupled with popular tanks



    under $300 PROVAPE (optional model) / SVOEMESTO KFL
    With tube extender (larger battery), color and LED options. Paired with KayFun Lite

    ATMOMAXINI (Nemesis) / SVOEMESTO KFL
    Russian design, German engineered mod. KayFun 3.1 additional cost.

    These are just a few of the more popular combinations discussed in the 2013 Unofficial Equipment of the Year Poll, and there are many other options in the Vaping World. My advice; do the research and choose the equipment best suited for your vaping needs.

    And, as always, Hoping that everyone has a Safe and Blessed Day :) PapawBrett
     
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