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Advice What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
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What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
My girlfriend is starting to get into vaping so I gave her my old spare iTaste MVP battery, and we're trying to decide which tank to get her for a relatively simple, reliable setup in the $20-$40 range. Not looking for anything fancy, just a good solid tank for her to start on. Thanks!
30-03-2015 06:51 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
Hmm...I don't have one but I hear the Nautilus are fantastic clearos.

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30-03-2015 07:49 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
I'd heard great things about the Natilus, so I picked one up for myself while I was using the MVP and within two weeks it broke, so I'd rather steer away from the Natilus tanks

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31-03-2015 06:14 AM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
I've been using a Kanger SubTank with the 1.2 ohm coils with my iStick. It's spectacular at 20W. I can't remember how high the MVP goes though. 
31-03-2015 06:49 AM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
well,for girl,i think mini nautilus good enough....
31-03-2015 08:19 AM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
(31-03-2015 08:19 AM)masonlvvy Wrote:  well,for girl,i think mini nautilus good enough....

Agreed, I think that's a good choice.

@Michael 11 watts IIRC for the normal MVP, probably not enough for 1.2 ohms
31-03-2015 08:31 AM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
11W sounds right, now that you mention it. I gave my MVP to a coworker several months ago so I can't even remember for certain. That would definitely be too low for 1.2 ohms though. The Nautilus mini is a good tank, but the OP had one that broke so he wanted other recommendations. 

I'd suggest a Kanger T3D. It's a good, reliable starter tank that's super inexpensive (only around $8 iirc) and works fairly well for a beginner. Heck, Whiskey (one of our members) uses a T3D as her all-day vape. It's cheap, so if you break one it's not a big deal, and it uses the same coils as the more expensive ProTank 3. The only real difference between the ProTank 3 and the T3D is just that the ProTank is made of Pyrex and is a bit bigger, while the T3D is plastic. But it would be a good tank to get her started, and inexpensive enough that if she outgrows it you can upgrade with the money you saved. 
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31-03-2015 08:41 AM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
i have to agree with Michael.
If the OP want's to steer clear from Nautilus a Kanger would be a good choice.
31-03-2015 02:23 PM
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Thanks guys!
31-03-2015 02:33 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
The Aspire Nautilus is a great tank.  Ihansen if you had an issue, I hope you took it back.  Any shop worth its salt will replace a tank if it broke due to a defect.   I work at a shop and have never seen a Nautilus break from a defect.  I have 3 Nautilus tanks and have never had an issue with any of them. 
02-04-2015 01:37 AM
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