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Provari - Blue LED Edition Review

Discussion in 'E-Cigarette APV Reviews' started by Master Rawl, Dec 28, 2011.

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  1. Master Rawl

    Master Rawl Full Member Verified Member

  2. cozzicon

    cozzicon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 19, 2010
    Chicago IL
    Appreciate the review... my extension cap doesn't match perfectly either.

    Other than that- no problems.
     
  3. Master Rawl

    Master Rawl Full Member Verified Member

    It was my pleasure Cozzicon. Do you have a red or blue LED edition?
     
  4. cozzicon

    cozzicon Ultra Member Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Jun 19, 2010
    Chicago IL
    I also noted this on your video :)

    It's a red edition, about 6 months old. But I wanted to mention the cap for confirmation :)
     
  5. jamentertainment

    jamentertainment Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 4, 2011
    rhode island
    Nice video i have been using dual coil smoktech on both of my provaris at anywhere between 4.5-5v with no errors... They are the smoktech dc cartos from madvapes and i use them with the madvapes 5ml tank...my provari gave me errors with the 1.6ohm carto that came with the tank...but the 2ohms work perfectly at 5 volts..carto reading after 5 constant days of vaping at 2.1ohms
     
  6. Master Rawl

    Master Rawl Full Member Verified Member

    That is correct. If your ohm rating on the dual coil is higher, you can use a higher voltage setting. The amps will still be the same though.
     
  7. jamentertainment

    jamentertainment Super Member ECF Veteran

    Oct 4, 2011
    rhode island
    I wanted to order a chrome with blue LED...they are out of the blue leds now for a couple of months..ill wait!!
     
  8. Master Rawl

    Master Rawl Full Member Verified Member

    It's worth the wait. I think the blue ones will retain their value better. Plus, blue is a better color when the button starts to blink. Blinking red buttons tend to cause issues with the general public.
     
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