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iClear 16 - Vision Ego Clearomizer - Vivi Nova heads

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  1. mattblack

    mattblack Full Member Verified Member

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    Hey!

    I'm not allowed to post to the regular forum yet, so I'll post my question here instead. :)

    I have the iTaste MVP which came with two iClear 16's. I bought a couple additional heads, and now I'm looking at other clearomizers.. specifically the Vision Ego and Vivi Nova's.

    First.. since there's approximately 8 million different clearomizers.. what's currently accepted as being "the best" (I realize this has a lot to do with personal opinion, but...)

    Second.. the iClear 16 and Vision Ego look almost identical.. are they? and if not, do they by chance share the same atomizer heads? And.. any compatibility with the Vivi Nova's?

    Thanks!
     
  2. Over_Stimulation

    Over_Stimulation Moved On

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    I'm assuming u have 510 threading....after reading A LOT of this forum, the 2 "latest greatest" clearos seem to be the mini/regular vivi nova's, and the Kanger T3...I have both, love both....T3 seems to give the best vape imo, but not as stable of the nova's....nova's are 7-11$ and come with 3 xtra heads....T3 similar prices...watch this
     
  3. DBuchanan

    DBuchanan Full Member

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    The new Evod is also a very nice bottom coil, with some very vibrant colors. The main downside to the vision "style" clearomizers like the iClear 16 is the way they are manufactured. Even though they have changeable heads (which are all proprietary), the press manufacturing method means the body will most likely wear out before you get a chance to change the atomizer more than a couple of times. Would definitely recommend going with a Nova or Kanger, as these both have replaceable heads, and every piece is threaded, which means less wear and tear on the body.
     
  4. Vapoor eyes er

    Vapoor eyes er ECF Guru ECF Veteran

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    I LOVE my Vision Vivi Novas. Used CE4's/ Stardust clearos and switched to Vivis because of the superior build quality. Heads lasting 10+ weeks and are cheaply purchased ($2.00) Easy to replace (10 secs). If buying the Vivi make absolute sure you get the Vision brand- clones are problematic.
     
  5. corey5188

    corey5188 Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I have a Vivi Nova mini and a Kanger T3, but I have to admit I love this Vivi for some reason....
     
  6. thinkfastholsters

    thinkfastholsters Full Member Verified Member

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    Ive used CE4 style clearos, Kanger MT3 and the Novas. Novas are my favorite. I started with a mini nova clone and had no issues what so ever and then got a regular Vision brand nova and love them both. I am about to give carto tanks a shot but if I had to pikc and stick with one clearo it would be Nova hands down.
     
  7. mattblack

    mattblack Full Member Verified Member

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    thanks everyone.. I wound up buying a Nova mini with some additional heads. I was going to get the T3 as well, but finding those in stock anywhere proved to be.. almost impossible. this is apparently because of the chinese new year, or something.
     
  8. Day

    Day Senior Member ECF Veteran

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    I personally like the iclear 16/30 better than any others I've tried. ymmv!
     
  9. pdxtechdoctor

    pdxtechdoctor Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Actually it looks like the iclear 16 is not a pressed CE type...

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