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Best $20ish Carto for MVP 20w?

Discussion in 'Carto Tanks' started by Niteowl71, Dec 29, 2014.

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  1. Niteowl71

    Niteowl71 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 15, 2014
    Alexandria, Lousiana
    I'm planing on buying the new itaste MVP 20w and having trouble finding a good carto for around $20 with being new to vaping and not knowing much about carto's I'm looking for other opinions which might help deciding which would be a good carto.

    NOTE: I do like a good hit with vape cloud if that helps?
  2. DreamWithin

    DreamWithin Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Jun 15, 2012
    New England
    Fixed your thread title for ya :)

    I assume you mean you're looking for a good carto tank? Your options are wide open no matter what your price range. All cartomizer tanks will essentially perform the same, since they are nothing more than a reservoir for liquid. As long as the o-rings seal well the performance aspect will be entirely dictated by the cartomizer inside and the size/number of punched holes.

    Here are a few under $20 options:
    Cartomizer Tanks
    DCTs - Tanks & Clearomizers - Atomizers & Cartomizers
    DC Tanks

    There are many, many others out there. Some are designed with the intention of using flanged cartomizers, but this is usually not a requirement and any cartomizer of the right length for the tank can be used. Personally, I prefer a single-coil cartomizer to a dual-coil, I find the flavor and overall vape to be better with a single. As for brand, I usually get Boge and occasionally Smoktech. YMMV

    Hope that helps :)
  3. Niteowl71

    Niteowl71 Senior Member ECF Veteran

    Dec 15, 2014
    Alexandria, Lousiana
    OK thanks I'll take a look while I'm going with a clearo I'd like to try a carto as well to see which I like best...
  4. r77r7r

    r77r7r ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Feb 15, 2011
    Boge works best with thinner juices, Smoketech=opposite.

    Cheap tanks slide around, so get something to help deal with that. Boge offers tanks for their low OHM cartos, might not be as slippy as Smoketech's.

    Boge offers slotted ones to help with hi-VG, and they offer higher oHMs (3.0).
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  6. The Ministry

    The Ministry
    Verified Member ECF Veteran

    I had no issues using EVOD type tanks on the fly

    I also had no issues with CE4, CE5's etc.
  7. tj99959

    tj99959 ECF Guru ECF Veteran

    Aug 13, 2011
  8. jwag1973

    jwag1973 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 9, 2013
    Saint Louis, MO.
    Check out They make arguably the best bang for the buck from what I have found. I have 9 of their tanks, and couldn't be happier with the build quality, and price point. The 19mm sized tank is a perfect fit on a MVP. I have one, it looks great together. There are some cheaper tanks, but you'll be hard pressed to find anything of better value. I've bought a few tanks from my B&M, I gave them away, the IBtanked tanks are far superior to what I've seen in shops. You can choose from standard or XL size lengths, 15mm,19mm,22mm, or 25mm in diameter. I'd recommend a 19mm for the MVP. They offer Stainless steel or colored aluminum caps. They have standard clear Pyrex glass, or you can choose from many different colored options . Good luck.
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