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Discussion in 'E-Cigarette Accessories Discussion' started by donesmkn, Mar 3, 2014.

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  1. donesmkn

    donesmkn Full Member

    Feb 24, 2014
    walla walla wa. us.
    I have a Kanger evod and some very good stuff from MT BAKER VAPES, what I would like to get is a new vape system, I only said that because I don't know the lingo on these. I see folks with these big cool tanks and I don't know much about them. Call me DUH!
  2. DetraMental

    DetraMental Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 31, 2013
    United States
    Congrats on making the switch! How long have you vaped? What type of system are you looking for, as in what do you want it to do? Are you wanting more battery life? Are you wanting the variable voltage, variable wattage mods? Are you wanting more throat hit (TH)? More vape production?
  3. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    hi donesmkn, welcome to club ECF...

    tell ya what,

    do your self a big favor and get a couple of these
    - Innokin iTaste Kit VV v3 Express Kit - Eciggity

    or one of these
    - Innokin iTaste MVP 2.0 - Eciggity

    You'll be SO HAPPY...

  4. RaceGun59

    RaceGun59 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 5, 2013
    Owensboro, KY
    I would go with a MVP. You can use the tank of your choice.
  5. Susan W.

    Susan W. Provarinati in fideliam ☆ Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 30, 2013
    Torrance, CA
    Welcome and congrats!!

    It's best to look around at some of the threads here and post a picture of what you like. And also, ask here about things you don't understand. It's good to learn the lingo and how things work, then it's much easier to buy the correct items. Nothing is more frustrating than getting a new tank and finding it's not going to fit the battery. Some tanks have a learning curve and you have to learn how to rebuild them.

    Another concern is how much do you want to spend? Before you buy the ultimate vaporizer with the best tank ever, you'll need to think about getting back up equipment, including another charger and extra consumables.

    While it seems overwhelming, just keep reading and researching, it doesn't take long to catch on. And don't be afraid to ask questions even if you think it's stupid. We all were in the same boat at one time. People here are very helpful.
  6. 03FXDWG

    03FXDWG Super Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jul 22, 2013
    East Central, Missouri
    Some of the big shiny flashlight things you see have a learning curve. You have to know how to build your own coils & proper battery care or your shiny toy turns into a flare gun. What does your current system not do (besides look cool enough) that you want it to do? Big clouds? Not hold enough liquid? Battery doesn't last long enough?
  7. donesmkn

    donesmkn Full Member

    Feb 24, 2014
    walla walla wa. us.
    Thanks for the input, I would like to know first off is what tanks will fit the evod battery (i believe they are a 510?). I guess since my wife has the same thing as I do it would be cheapest to stay with these rather than buy new set ups, but I would like to know of better choices. I do like the "Big Clouds" and a mild to medium throat hit but I believe that has to do with your liquid mix ratios, correct me if I'm wrong. I do like long battery life, but we have three batteries so one is always fresh. All in all I'm just looking around, I'm interested in trying new juices also I prefer the tobacco ones but I'm always game for something new, don't mean to bother some folks and definitely not trying to be cool. Thanks Wade
  8. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    most battery supplies now will accommodate many topper tanks

    MOST come with 510/ego threading

    some pics for description:

    plenty of tanks will fit
    - Kanger Mini Pro Tank 2 | Kanger Tank
    - Smoke Evolution | Vaporizers, Clearomizers, eLiquid and more!
    - Smoktech ARO, Nova, Tumbler, RBC

    pick out a few, then ask about them...

  9. edyle

    edyle ECF Guru Verified Member ECF Veteran

    The batteries won't last forever; every time you recharge them they are going to hold a little bit less; gradually you will find your vape deminishing.

    For that reason, getting a regulated battery is useful for consistency. Best buy - MVP2.

    If you have evod tanks, those are plastic. For the long term, you should consider a glass/pyrex upgrade from plastic tanks.
    The miniprotank2 is the pyrex equivalent to the evods; they however do not have the protective metal outer jacket that the evod has; the smokteck aro is another pyrex upgrade of the evod; all of these use the same or comparable replacement atomizer heads.
    The miniprtank2 comes with replaceable mouthpiece; the aro does not.
  10. donesmkn

    donesmkn Full Member

    Feb 24, 2014
    walla walla wa. us.
    Thank you guys for the great info, I was just going to ask about the pyrex tank. The protective shell I should try and stay with if possible, I work out side year round and am pretty rough on stuff. I liked the Kanger mt3s but it had a plastic tank. Also was looking for a little more capacity but didn't want to look like I was puffing on a shot glass. It would also be nice if the coils were the same but I might be dreaming. Thanks for the links Zepplin it made things real easy, I'm learn'in
  11. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    great, that's the idea

    info overload just confuses ya , so just look around and see what tickles ya

    then ask questions about what you like...

    as long as your careful about juices they call 'tank crackers' the plastic tanks
    will work just fine for you...

    evod, T3S, mini protanks, MT3S, all can use the same coils

    - Kanger T3s/Mini T3s/MT3s

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