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Finally quit the stinkies: Mvp or VTR

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  1. Neverside

    Neverside Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    Kicked the stinkies after 10 years thanks to vaping. Feels good. I quit beginning of October and have been lurking on the forums ever since.

    Finally I have the courage to post.

    So my question is Mvp or VTR? I currently have a ego c twist with a t3s. Its a good setup however the flavor and consistency of vapor aren't there. So I narrowed it down to the mvp or vtr. My one dilemma with the VTR is the tank setup. Does the extension/adapter perform well or is there power loss? Any info on either device would be helpful. Pros cons.

    Also considering the Aspire Nautilus and/or Aspire Vivi Nova.

    Thanks for all the helpful post throughtout the forums. There truely is a wealth of information on the forums.
  2. Beanbuzz

    Beanbuzz Full Member Verified Member

    Nov 27, 2013
    Carlisle Pa.
    I think the MVP is an excellent starter. No need to buy batteries or charger.

    Sent from my SGH-S959G using Tapatalk 2
  3. worseforwhere

    worseforwhere Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 21, 2013
    seven seas
    +1 MVP, no probs here with it
  4. LoveVanilla

    LoveVanilla Ultra Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    Quite happy with MVP2 and mini-PT 2's. Plenty of power and vapor. Though I get one full day rather (than two) w/o recharging. But no problem, just recharge when sleeping. And get an 5-pack of extra heads to keep on hand. Mini-PT 2 holds 1-1.5ml of liquid -- with NO leaks. They're smaller than pictured and actually make a decent stealth vape. Good luck!
  5. Stosh

    Stosh Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 2, 2010
    Flip a coin, and buy one now and the other in 6 months....:toast:

    Both are good quality APV and should give you a good vape, keep vaping long enough to be able to easily afford both from the money you're saving from not smoking!! :)
  6. Neverside

    Neverside Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    Im definitely leaning more towards the mvp2 due to the convenience. My only thing is with VTR you can go up to 15 watts. Granted I enjoy vaping around 7 but knowing id have the ability to go considerably higher is appealing to me. Especially in the future when I may want to try new things.
  7. Vaptologist

    Vaptologist Full Member

    Nov 26, 2013
    New Mexico
    I vote for the VTR, love the weight, feel, 15 watts and the fire button.

  8. Dakota Jim

    Dakota Jim Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    for the price difference I would go with the MVP2 to see if you like box mods

    also the aspire nautilus will fit it ok (you need the extension for the vtr not to mention batteries and charger - about $40-$60 extra)

    saw a great review on the aspire nautilus - it came highly recommended as long as you do not drop it

    and welcome to the ECF [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]

    edit - if you get the nautilus (or down the road a kayfun lite+) you will not need to get to 15 watts of power as only about 4% or less of vapors ever go above 10 watts from what I have seen (this includes those wacky and crazy subohmers)
  9. Joka

    Joka Super Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 4, 2014
    CleVegas TN.
    MVP v2 its just a beast. I love having it right in my back pocket all day, great buttons, solid its sturdy as an ox. For maybe $40 and I paid $60 it seems reasonable at that price for the quality. Plus it can charge other devices ie cell phone, or some friends ego whatever and its got the battery life to spare. +1 mvp
  10. Stosh

    Stosh Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Oct 2, 2010
    In the past 3 1/2 years of vaping I have never reached 15 watts on any of my vaping gear. I can burn pretty much any juice at 10 watts or less....:oops:
  11. dripdaze

    dripdaze Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 18, 2013
    Oceanside, CA, USA
    You will not have to buy a battery or a charger with the MVP. When the included battery in the MVP goes bad it becomes a paperweight since the battery can't be replaced.

    You will have to buy a battery and charger for the VTR. When the battery you are using in the VTR goes bad, You just replace it.
  12. Neverside

    Neverside Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    Awesome. Definitely a +1 for the mvp. This has all been really helpful. Getting the mvp will also allow me to spend the money saved on some more juice. Lovin it.

    Any suggestion for juices or vendors I should try? Surprisingly im really enjoying the fruity flavors especially strawberry. Oh and redbull.

    Interesting point. I have had my twist for about 3months and in that same time my gf has gone through 3 twist. What is the life expectancy of a MVP2? Is it common for them to die?
  13. DetraMental

    DetraMental Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2013
    United States
    I've had my MVP 2 for about 7 months and it's still going strong. I haven't read anywhere about them going out. Happy Vaping :vapor:
  14. Ahoy

    Ahoy Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 30, 2012
    I definately would start with the MVP 2. Cheaper - basic VW/VW menu system. Use it for a couple weeks and do yourself a favor....

    *Get a GOOD tank/atty setup* spend 20 bucks and grab something nice that will last you. I personally think it is nice to get an atty to drip and test flavors out so i would get both if I were just starting again. It will totally be worth it. Heck you can just spend 10 bucks or less and get a vivi nova tank from vision and be good to go. Just don't forget about the little things that impact your vaping greatly!
  15. serenity21899

    serenity21899 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Supporting member
    Jan 18, 2013
    Antioch IL
    I like the VTR. I like replaceable batteries, but I also have been vaping for quite awhile, so I have a bunch of batteries and a couple of chargers. I don't do clearos. I have an IBTanked 19mm XL carto tank on mine. I also have never used the adapter thingy. I really like the recessed feature.
  16. Neverside

    Neverside Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Nov 23, 2013
    Thank you everyone for your help. I'm going to get a MVP2 to make sure I like box mods and down the line ill look into the VTR or possibly a reo.

    I really need to do my homework on dripping, batteries, etc before making in other choices. Thank you again for all of your input I appreciate it. Vape on!
  17. bkkdaytrader

    bkkdaytrader Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 28, 2013
    i like my vtr--i only use the adapter thingy as it just saves raising my arm up another inch or so.. never tried a mvp so i can't comment on that
  18. tmillin

    tmillin Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Jan 4, 2014
    I love my mvp2 and I found a drip atty for it for $10 its a X1 and with the built in ohm meter on the mvp I can always check resistance and adjust wattage accordingly. Heck it even has a puff counter if you really want to see how much you vape lol mine is currently saying 485 puffs so far today :D

    Sent from my GT-P7510 using Tapatalk
  19. killin'em

    killin'em Full Member

    Jul 19, 2013
    Vtr or vamo! The mvp blows goats
  20. denali_41

    denali_41 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Aug 7, 2011
    Over Der
    i have both the MVP V1 & V2

    V1 had a lot of problem,,button would break or they just die ,most within 6 months

    V2 has a much stronger button,but after 5 months of use the battery is not lasting much over a day now :(

    never had a VTR,but i say go for it
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