Itaste svd vs Provari 2.5

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  1. UKvapour

    UKvapour Full Member

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    Hi
    Considering the svd is dirt cheap on fasttech. Is the Provari worth the extra buck?
     
  2. bfrie

    bfrie Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Only if the 200 dollar price tag won't murder your wallet. My friend owns an svd and two provaris. He likes his provaris way more, but uses his svd as a throwaround heavy abuse device since it is cheap to replace

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  3. murphyramone

    murphyramone Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    A ford fusion and a lamborghini do the same thing, is the lamborghini worth the extra money ?:p

    Im not a Provari owner (yet) but i think most owners can tell you that build quality and customer service warant the extra funds for one. :2c:
     
  4. madstabber

    madstabber Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    No the provari is not worth the extra scratch, get the svd.
     
  5. BigEd781

    BigEd781 Full Member Verified Member

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    Well, in this case, one will outlive the other as well. Not sure how long the Fusion will be kicking around I suppose...


    Any, erm... facts/reasons to back that up?

    If you can afford it, I would go with the ProVari. It will last a long time and never disappoint you.
     
  6. Ryan1888

    Ryan1888 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The ProVari is amazing and if you have the cash then it isn't even a question.
     
  7. BigLebowski

    BigLebowski Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Do you want VV or VV/VW. That is the bigger question :)
     
  8. Ryan1888

    Ryan1888 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    If money is an issue then look into a Vamo V3 from FastTech. Much better than the SVD imo.
     
  9. Bawn

    Bawn Super Member ECF Veteran

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    i could afford the provari i choose not get it. i just don't see anything special about it. yes it holds voltage nicely, but is that worth the $200+ price tag? not so sure. i have friends that have it.i even borrowed one from someone that is a provari fanatic and i cant say i saw any difference in performance from my svd or vamo. i just don't see the hype but that's just one guys opinion.

    and to comment about the vamo being better then the svd, it has the exact same 33hrtz chip and board in it, so not sure about that. it comes down to looks and personal preference really. the vamo has a oled screen thats pretty much the only difference. i would go for the svd. no tubes to pull off to use other batteries because its telescoping and its built really well. the physical components that make up the svd are just very well built and very easy to use. the screen is not a deal breaker for me because its not a tv. i am not staring at the screen for hours. heck the provari has a similar screen to the svd.
     
  10. Fergie

    Fergie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I'd go with the SVD, it's built like a tank.
     
  11. Bawn

    Bawn Super Member ECF Veteran

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    could you elaborate how so? you realize they use the same chip and board right?
     
  12. tj99959

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    Lambo's are the biggest POS on the planet!
     
  13. Borescoped

    Borescoped In the meantime..... Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Heh... built Ford tough!
     
  14. serenity21899

    serenity21899 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I take my ProVari mini to work, in a factory. Any damage to it should be less then on cheaper mods IMO. And it's got a 2-year warrenty if I need a repair, so I don't worry about it. I can only vape at work on break and lunch, so I want something I don't have to think about too much.
     
  15. Scoop224

    Scoop224 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Where do you people get your info that a Provari costs over $200? A new blem costs $140 shipped. I hate the spreading of misinformation. You'll need batts and a charger for both, so saying that that factors into cost is infantile.
     
  16. Fergie

    Fergie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    First on Race Day or Found on Road Dead :)
     
  17. tj99959

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    This car was 46 years old when this film was made.
    Ferrari Breadvan Onboard 2008 - YouTube
    The only way a Lambo lasts for 46 years is up on blocks.
     
  18. Fergie

    Fergie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    The blems are quite a bit cheaper for sure.
     
  19. Fergie

    Fergie Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I was referring to F O R D :) First on Race Day or Found on Road Dead
     
  20. sbc83

    sbc83 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Provari reminds me of JL Audio in the car audio community. Great product but you can get the "same" for less. Interprept "same" as you wish, but you should get my point.
     
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