itaste VTR

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  1. greghemmings

    greghemmings Full Member Verified Member

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    Hello group!

    I am considering moving from my itaste MVP to their new VTR. Does anyone have one, and is it as good as all the hype? How big is the tank and unit compared to the MVP? Can I blow a lot of smoke? :toast:
     
  2. jrgleason2003

    jrgleason2003 Registered Supplier ECF Veteran

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    I don't own one but I saw a pretty good review from Todd Ecigreviews on YouTube. You may want to give it a look. He gets into the size and the types of tanks that can fit in it.
     
  3. Txaggiesaunt

    Txaggiesaunt Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I have one and I love it. The tank is the new Iclear 30s, so I am assuming it is the same size as the regular Iclear 30. Also the PT2 works with it as well. I cannot compare it to the MVP because I don't own one. I have a wrap coming this week from JWraps. Good luck & VAPE ON:vapor:

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  4. jefsview

    jefsview Vaping Master ECF Veteran

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    Pbusardo's review of both the VTR and the new iClear30S went live on Youtube earlier today.

    Lots of size and weight comparisons to the MVP and other mods, plus all of the numbers and charts on power usage. A worthwhile 48 minutes!
     
  5. itsmedave

    itsmedave Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    After Watching the Pete Busardo (lol) review, I broke and bought one.
     
  6. JMarca

    JMarca E-Cig Afficionado Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I don't like the finish looks like it's going to be a pain of a fingerprint magnet, even the greenish one has chome to it. That alone would make my OCD kick in.
     
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    Txaggiesaunt Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Good for you..I don't think you will be disappointed. VAPE ON:vapor:
     
  9. Txaggiesaunt

    Txaggiesaunt Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    That's why they make wraps. Mine from JWraps should be here tomorrow or Friday. Sent them a sample pic of what I wanted, when they got it worked up they emailed me for approval.:vapor:
     
  10. Saltraker

    Saltraker Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Funny...I watched the PBusardo video and decided not to invest in the VTR.
     
  11. RubyRoo

    RubyRoo Super Member ECF Veteran

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    You should check out GrimmGreen's Vape Vlog that went live TODAY: VVV 10/16/13 ( Innokin VTR FIRST IMPRESSIONS ) - YouTube He's just giving first impressions, but they seem pretty right on to me. I'd pick the MVP 2.0 all day everyday over the VTR. Maybe wait for the 2.0 to come out. Innokin's later versions always seem a little better to me.
     
  12. puchox

    puchox Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    VapingGreek also posted a review minutes ago.

    Imho, unless you really like the looks i'd go for a MVP2, they seem to be using the same boards but the MVP2 costs half the price(more if u include batteries) and again IMHO looks much better :p
     
  13. danca90

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    I love the looks, but hate being married to one tank.
     
  14. KjAthena

    KjAthena Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I cant wait to get mine from the co-op Lady Vaper hosted...
    Danca90 you can use most tanks with the VTR...I will lgive the Iclear30S a good try but with my protanks I know it will be good and they even include an adapter for larger tanks as well.
     
  15. Txaggiesaunt

    Txaggiesaunt Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    You are not married to one tank. It will also work with a PT2 and a few more (can't remember all of them) but pbusardo shows some different ones that will work without the adapter.
     
  16. Txaggiesaunt

    Txaggiesaunt Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I am a big PT2 user, but I am absolutely in love with the new Iclear 30s. Unlike the regular Iclear 30, you can use different drip tips.
     
  17. KjAthena

    KjAthena Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I am willing to give it a good run, I even bought 5 extra coils/heads for it in the co-op...but I have 3 new protanks coming too...On ty Mechanical Mod I have found the protank(original) works better than the protank 2. Switching drip tips is a good extra feature however.:)
     
  18. custom-classic

    custom-classic Registered Supplier - Offline ECF Veteran

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    I would just get a Reo.
     
  19. ppeeble

    ppeeble Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I've got one and i've used it twice in 2 weeks.

    Half as big again as an MVP and twice as heavy.
    I find the turn button to change the output is a bit hit and miss. It can jump by 2 watts very easily which means twiddling the button back and forth until you get what you want. Sometimes i don't get any reaction when i turn the button and have to wiggle back and forth. It's a lot of back and forthing !
    Too heavy to keep in a pocket. It is a fingerprint magnet. The fire button takes a bit of getting used to.
    For the price i couldn't recommend this unless you like big mods.
    Saying that it definitely got a lot of comments when i took it to my local bar.
     
  20. IdeaMan

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    I've had one for a couple weeks now. Its pretty nice when its working. Most of my tanks fit. There's something wrong with the electronics in mine, though. It keeps giving me random resistance readings, even with no atomizer plugged in. (Variable voltage/wattage is nice; random output is not.) Chris MacClellan did a review on youtube a few weeks ago. His VTR showed up DOA on account of missing the part you plug your tank into. Its a nice unit when its working. I'd recommend making sure the place you buy it from has a reasonable warranty/return policy.
     
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