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  1. Abhishek Mavanuri

    Abhishek Mavanuri Full Member

    Hello everyone , I m in a big confusion, I have been up all night searching for what I should buy !! But I have sorted out the specifications I need , I hope ul can help me, just confused about every latest models
    Latest model is a must :)
    The specifications I need are basically:
    APV with vv and vw
    3-6voltage
    3-15wattage(or whatever comes)
    Ego and 510 threads , should fit clearomizers, tanks etc
     
  2. Thunderball

    Thunderball Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 5, 2013
    Grayson, Georgia
    SVD and a Vamo come to mind if you want to be frugal...also you will need batteries and a charger.

    The MVP 2 is the best bang for the buck and you dont need to buy Batteries or a charger.
     
  3. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
  4. retic1959

    retic1959 Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    I'll second that, I have both and they get the job done, SVD has got the edge in machining , fit and finish but either one will do.
     
  5. Abhishek Mavanuri

    Abhishek Mavanuri Full Member

    Thanks for the reply guys , I checked out the mvp 2 but the problem is the 5volts limit and it turns me off , it's more psychological that I want something can exceed the 5 volt mark , I concussed about the vmax,zmax,lavatube,svd,and so many other things , can someone tell me something that is better then the svd ?
     
  6. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2012
    prattville
  7. rbeckys8

    rbeckys8 Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Sep 7, 2013
    idaho
    Fasttech is a good place but if you have a store or a friend maybe could check theirs out
     
  8. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
  9. Abhishek Mavanuri

    Abhishek Mavanuri Full Member

    Which one do ul think is better the svd or vamo? And why don't u suggest the lavatube ? Sorry for asking so many questions and hope I m not bugging ul !! And batteries are they non protected and how many mah can I go up to , 3600mah?
     
  10. klynnn

    klynnn Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Mar 20, 2012
    prattville
    The svd and vamo have built in protection so you can use unprotected batteries. I prefer the vamo because I am not a big fan of telescoping mods although I also have the svd. I like the horizontal screen and the button config on the vamo best of all my mods but that is just me. For guys they would probably prefer the looks of the svd.
     
  11. InTheShade

    InTheShade Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    Apr 26, 2013
    South Texas
    Based on your preferences you posted, it all now depends on looks really.

    The Vamo, SID, SVD, Zmax and all the others I have forgotten have very similar specs that match your requirements.

    Out of the two different vamos and a Sigelei Zmax I own, I prefer my Zmax. Great build quality, nice threading, simple menu function and it looks great (especially in the 18350 mini form)

    fasttech would be a good option for you as a lot of the current APVs are available there.
     
  12. Abhishek Mavanuri

    Abhishek Mavanuri Full Member

    Thanks "in the Sade" and everyone else , but @shade how about the new lavatube ?
     
  13. KnurledNut

    KnurledNut Moved On

    Aug 15, 2013
    Marineland
    The 134 is VW only no VV.
     
  14. bacc.vap

    bacc.vap Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 18, 2011
    Virtualville
    The Lavatue 2.5 is a nice solid device and goes to 15 watts like are looking for, but does'nt have ego threading, just 510, you'd have to get a 510 to ego adapter.
     
  15. Abhishek Mavanuri

    Abhishek Mavanuri Full Member

  16. bacc.vap

    bacc.vap Vaping Master Verified Member ECF Veteran

    May 18, 2011
    Virtualville
    I've had two V1 lavatubes and they have there issues, but still do the job pretty well. The V2 and 2.5 are a vast improvement over the first version in all aspects, the only thing they should have done is give it a deeper catch cup, it really hardly has one at all, but nevertheless, if you like the design I'd say go for it. It'll do the job well, and you'll have a year warranty.
     
  17. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW

    yea, was just thinking about one of his comments "Latest model is a must"
    thought he might not be aware of it, seems very popular with some...


    :)
     
  18. Dr. Drude

    Dr. Drude New Member

    Oct 10, 2013
    Alabama
    The kanger kit from vapedojo.com is really good to start with in my opinion. I am currently using the same battery with a mini protank.
     
  19. pufZeppelin

    pufZeppelin Vaping Master ECF Veteran

    Jul 6, 2013
    Florida, SW
    hey , welcome to ECF Dr Drude :toast:
     
  20. nikkysikk

    nikkysikk Moved On ECF Veteran

    Apr 14, 2013
    Michigan
    The Zmax is one of the best mod I've used in it's price range. My mini never leaves my side. But if you aren't concerned about the big bucks, the eVic is a very nice device. And the UI is amazing.


    Sent from my iPhone using Magic.
     
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