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Advice What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
I went through several tanks with my MVP2 (11 watt max).  By far the best with that box was the KangerTech ProTank III with the 1.8 ohm dual coils.  With box set to between 7 and 9 watts, it's a great combination.

The SubTank worked on it, but the 11 watt max output didn't drive the 3mm 1.2 ohm OCC's very well.  If you go with the SubTank - which is a FABULOUS tank - use the RBA and wind 2mm coils in the 1.5-2.0 range (between 9-12 wraps of 26 awg kanthol) and it'll be fine.  Advantage being, you have a great tank for use with an upgraded mod later, and obviously saving money on coils.

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(This post was last modified: 12-04-2015 06:34 PM by Almost Jaded.)
12-04-2015 06:33 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
I stopped by a local shop recently and found out my original Nautilus was actually a clone, which explains my problems with it
12-04-2015 07:40 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
In that case you might want to try a Nautilus. I have a Nautilus mini and it's pretty great. The T3D would still be a good choice for a starter, since it's cheaper and works very well, and maybe if she decides it's not enough, try the Nautilus. 
It sounds like you should verify the authenticity of any tanks you buy from that shop. The Nautilus should come with a code to enter on their website to make sure it's authentic. Actually most tanks have some way of checking authenticity, I know all Kanger and Aspire tanks have a code. 
12-04-2015 11:48 PM
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RE: What tank is best for the iTaste MVP?
Hi I am new here but saw this subject - I have a Itaste MVP and run a mini nautilus on it and it is fine - I run it low at 4.1 volts where I get the best taste. The best tank at a lower price is the Aspire K1 I run that at 3.3 volts - the taste is great. Hope this helps.
14-04-2015 09:13 AM
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I used Nautilus Mini Tank for my iTaste MVP V2.0 as well, the Nautilus Mini includes an improved four-port adjustable airflow system to allow our user to adjust the draw, warmth of vapor, and amount of vapor produced. Amazing  !
(This post was last modified: 20-04-2015 06:43 AM by larkin.)
14-04-2015 09:52 AM
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