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Innokin iTaste SVD!!!

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  1. Grumpus

    Grumpus Full Member Verified Member

    May 11, 2011
    Louisville, KY
    I found what I think is a pretty good deal on a SVD express kit (mod only). Found at Innokin iTaste SVD Express for 40.99. I've never ordered from them so I hope everything will be ok. Being as they are in NY, should get here much faster than Fasttech, which I did consider. I thought $41 wasn't a bad price. He doesn't list the actual inventory count on his website, so if anyone is looking for an SVD, i'd pick one up sooner rather than later.


    Disregard this post. Seems he's having some issues with payment and refunded my purchase.
     
  2. awsum140

    awsum140 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    There is a co-op n the planning stage for the V3, express kits, 134 and other stuff with some good prices, maybe have a look at that.
     
  3. Grumpus

    Grumpus Full Member Verified Member

    May 11, 2011
    Louisville, KY
    I have spoken to Anthony @ Venerable Vaping and he is taking CC payments once again. My order has been processed and will ship on Monday. With priority shipping my total was 46.99 for the SVD express kit (mod only). Fantastic deal IMO. I have no idea how may he has left, for 40.99, you can't beat that and it ships from the US, so you won't have to wait 1wk+ to get yours :)
     
  4. Ill_Rev_J

    Ill_Rev_J Full Member Verified Member

    Still waiting on my SVD from Fasttech...too bad 'Fast' doesn't always apply :(
     
  5. bboff

    bboff Full Member

    Jul 25, 2013
    Fort Worth, TX, USA
    When did you order it?
     
  6. nivdes

    nivdes Full Member

    Aug 5, 2013
    United States
    Looks like they're backordered on SVDs, so if you haven't gotten a tracking number, you'll have to wait. You're spending less than you otherwise would, but the drawback is that you'll have to wait for shipping. Just be glad it's not the Chinese new year.
     
  7. Train2

    Train2 ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 11, 2013
    CA, USA
    Interesting!
    Bottom cap is fine on mine, but I've been thinking I could probably SHAVE with the edges on the body grooves.
     
  8. discusfan

    discusfan Full Member

    May 1, 2013
    Austin Texas
    I used a piece of Craytex (rubberized abrasive stick) and just a few quick rubs on the edges and they are smooth as glass. Innokin is lacking a little in the deburr dept.
     
  9. Grumpus

    Grumpus Full Member Verified Member

    May 11, 2011
    Louisville, KY
    My SVD should arrive tomorrow. Shipped on Monday....delivery on Wednesday :)

    SVD still showing in stock if anyone is looking to pick one up.

    Innokin iTaste SVD Express
     
  10. peekapoo

    peekapoo Full Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 29, 2009
    What would be the best setting for SVD with protank 2.2 ohm? or best tank for SVD?
     
  11. mmikee

    mmikee Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nov 26, 2012
    st louis
    I would start at 4.2 volts, or 8 watts and adjust from there.
     
  12. yaypudding

    yaypudding Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 17, 2013
    North of NYC
    just got my svd the other day, works great. i like to use 8w for thicker juices boba's and the like. i use around 6w for thinner pg heavy juices.
     
  13. peekapoo

    peekapoo Full Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 29, 2009
    Thank you for reply. SVD is my first mod. So, its either voltage or wattage? or Do I have to set it 4.2 volts and 8 watts?
    If its either or, which is better?
    Sorry or sch a newb question.
     
  14. mmikee

    mmikee Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

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    Nov 26, 2012
    st louis
    Both will achieve the same thing. You set the mod to variable voltage or variable wattage (power) yourself. It is one of the menu options. Probably wattage is easier, but both are pretty easy. If you add 2 to the resistance of your clearo or carto or whatever you are using on the mod, you will get really close to 8 watts. So if your carto reads 2.2 ohms, you would set your voltage to 4.2, and adjust from there. If 1.5 ohm, you would set your mod to 3.5....and so on. In wattage mode you can simply set it to 7 or 8 watts, and adjust from there.

    Hope this helps.
     
  15. ubergeek922

    ubergeek922 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 15, 2013
    Cincinnati
    Wattage is a measure of power. It can be calculated by voltage x voltage / resistance. So:
    V*V/R=W
    In variable voltage mode, you can change voltage to get the desired power.
    In variable wattage mode, you choose the power you want, and it will adjust the voltage accordingly.
    The best way I can describe it is you can change the problem, or you can change the answer. Start with variable wattage, and you will pick up the rest in time.
     
  16. dragonbone

    dragonbone Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 21, 2009
    Somewhere
    Excuse my extreme ignorance, but I really don't see what the need of VW is. How is it better or different to VV as far as vaping and finding your 'sweet spot' is concerned?
     
  17. ubergeek922

    ubergeek922 Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 15, 2013
    Cincinnati
    You are correct. There is no difference. Wattage is directly proportional to voltage. Changing voltage changes wattage. 8 watts (for example) is the same regardless of how you choose to get there.
    The biggest advantage of VW is if you have multiple clearos, tanks, or whatever. In vv mode you may have a 2.4 ohm atty, and dial the voltage into your sweet spot. If you remove it and put on an atty that's 1.5 ohm, your power just jumped up and you will likely need to readjust the voltage to where you prefer.
    With VW, if you change atomizers the power output will remain the same regardless of the atty resistance, the voltage will be adjusted automatically.
    The end result is exactly the same, it's just a matter of convenience and ease of operation.

    Edit: As an example, this would be useful to someone who may have multiple flavors in multiple clearos. Just grab a clearo with a different flavor, screw it on, and you will still be at your desired wattage.
     
  18. bboff

    bboff Full Member

    Jul 25, 2013
    Fort Worth, TX, USA
    Variable wattage let's you put any resistance carto, clearo, etc. on and will then adjust the voltage for you accordingly. Basically, ohms theory reads power(watts) =voltagesquared/resistance. Say you change your clearo from a 2ohm to a 1.5. If you run it at the same voltage, your power level may be way to high and fry your coil. Example: 4.5 volts on a 2 ohm would be about 10 watts, but 4.5 on a 1.5 ohm would be 13.5 watts which may be too high. What VW does is it adjusts your voltage accordingly to the watts you prefer with almost any resistance. Voltage=square root (watts x resistance) so with a 2ohm clearo running at 8 watts, you'd be vaping at about 4 volts. If u were running 1.5 ohm at 8 watts it would run at about 3.5 volts. Make sense?

    This is my understanding of it. Correct me if I'm wrong
     
  19. bboff

    bboff Full Member

    Jul 25, 2013
    Fort Worth, TX, USA
    Lol didn't see what ubergeek posted, must have replied at the same time
     
  20. dragonbone

    dragonbone Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 21, 2009
    Somewhere
    Lol! Über geek :D I thought you were joking, but that is really his name! Very fitting :p.

    Thanks guys. Actually that really helped.
     
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