You top 5 vv/vw mods?

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  1. Deepfried

    Deepfried Full Member

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    For those of us new enough to vaping to hear Provari and Lavatube name dropped enough to know they are good. And hear Vamo and Itaste as good entry level vv mods.... Id like to hear more about the other mods that are out there.

    So if you have been fortunate enough to get your hands on more then the famous few please post up your top 5 vv mods. No mech mods please. Just your top 5 vv. I get that we will see alot of provari at the top so ill be really interested to see the 2 through 5 responses.

    Post away.
     
  2. wbart

    wbart Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Right now I only use 4 so..
    MVP
    134
    Vamo
    Evic
     
  3. vsummer1

    vsummer1 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    1.) REO VV Grand
    2.) REO VV Woodvil
    3.) Delsy DNA20
    4.) Vamo
    5.) and gathering dust, ProVari
     
  4. mackman

    mackman Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    I currently use a Provari VV
    Had an eVic VV VW
    Waiting on a Futura DNA 20 VV VW
     
  5. el Jexican

    el Jexican Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Zmax Mini VV/VW has been a great mod for me while out and about.
     
  6. Thrasher

    Thrasher ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Semovar
    Provari
    DNA20

    not sure what would be worth buying after that
     
  7. Bill's Magic Vapor

    Bill's Magic Vapor Juice Maker Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Based only on what I have and know, these would be my top 5:

    1. Semovar
    2. Provari
    3. Sigelei V3/5
    4. iTaste 3.0
    5. eVic V2 (Never use it anymore, and not sure it belongs on this list. YMMV!!)

    I don't have the MVP V2, but it would probably make my list at number 5. The MVP V1 didn't have an Ohm Meter, so it would never make my list. Here's what didn't make my list:

    Vamo V3 in Stainless Steel (best entry level APV in the larger form factor, imho)
    SVD
    Sigelei Zmax
    Sigelei Mini
    Vamo V2
    SID
    Anyvape CVI
    MVP V1
    eVic V1

    Must say that a family of vapers loves my "seconds." I mainly only use the Provari's and Semovar now, or one of several mechanicals. Interesting question. Don't think I've seen this exact question on the Forum. Good post.
     
  8. notwithnsa

    notwithnsa Full Member

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    I find it very unlikely that I can do better then a Vamo from everything I've heard.
     
  9. Bill's Magic Vapor

    Bill's Magic Vapor Juice Maker Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Agree. But, we do have to start somewhere....
     
  10. acooknamedmike

    acooknamedmike Full Member

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    So far I only have two...

    1) Innokin VV version 3
    2) Innokin SVD

    The SVD stays with me at home or in the car because it's a heavy beast. The VV goes along with me out or to work. I actually really like that VV, with a Protank 2 Mini, it's a smart looking and light.
     
  11. Demon1280

    Demon1280 Full Member

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    Right now I only use 2

    Provari Mini

    Innokin Itaste mvp2.0

    I like the vw feature of the mvp, and the long batter life I vape a lot especially when at the computer the mvp lasts about 10-11 hours. The Provari uses the smaller battery I do have two batteries for the provari mini and on a full charge I get about 4-5 hours of use per battery. The reason I got the mvp though is so when I have a job I can take the one mod that I know will last all day, without having to carry an extra battery.
     
  12. Pam1384

    Pam1384 Senior Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Evic - was ok, husband has it now
    mvp2 - I like it well enough but it is sitting unused right now because...
    SVD - was delivered last Thursday and it is my favorite so far. I like it a lot right now.

    I'm still lusting for a ProVari and hoping to get one at Christmas.
     
  13. serenity21899

    serenity21899 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    ProVari (have 2, possibly 3 before the night is over)
    iTaste 134
    MVP (hubby's, but I use it sometimes)
     
  14. Asbestos4004

    Asbestos4004 Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    ProVari mini
    ProVari
    you said no mechs...they would go here had you not said that...but you're the OP and rules are rules
    Vamo V2 - (first mod...510 threads had one more bite left in em, so I screwed on a 510/510 adapter and it still works!)

    I heard Vamo fixed the weak threading on the V3. Not sure if thats true but it is a really good first step into mods. Easy to use, they'll accept any attachment, affordable...and most importantly, they'll get you all excited about vaping again!
     
  15. Topwater Elvis

    Topwater Elvis Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    Provari - use daily
    Titanide (kicked) - haven't used it in months.
    Darwin - havent used it in months.
    Semovar - on it's way back for third time, nivel is proving to be too fragile / flaky / faulty for my use.
    gogo fury vv - use daily.
     
  16. Deepfried

    Deepfried Full Member

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    I have a mech i love but was really looking to see some vv love...lol
     
  17. Revelene

    Revelene Super Member ECF Veteran

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    Really can't go wrong with a Lavatube V2.5 because they now have variable wattage and RMS features added. The price is low, it is a great quality mod, and has a full year warranty. All that for $80? Yeah, it is in my rotation.
     
  18. OlDogNewTricks

    OlDogNewTricks Ultra Member ECF Veteran

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    eVic v2
    Smoktech Magneto
    Chemesis (on the buy list)
    MVP v2 (on the buy list)
    Vmod XL (on the buy list)
    Smoktech 1100mAh 'twists' - backups and just a good, reliable battery that I use in 'hostile' environments

    Good luck and have fun!
     
  19. Enoch777

    Enoch777 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    #1) Smoktech SID. Amazing VV/VW mod, durable, and affordable. "Zmax parts on an eVic body" pretty much sums it up.
    #2) DNA 20 mod, I don't own, but I very much want

    That's all I can think of lol. Might get the eGo-V V2 Mega at some point in the future, or at least a twist. I still use my regular eGo LOTS though.
     
  20. SoCalMichelle

    SoCalMichelle Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Which DNA 20?
     
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