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Help me choose a MOD
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Help me choose a MOD
Pretty new to Vaping. I'm using E-Go type stuff at the moment but have also settled on Kanger clearamizers with E-Go threading. I want to move up to a MOD but want to stay with E-Go threads.
I'm leaning towards either the Joye Tech EVO or the Innkonen SVD.

Any of you experts have a suggestion ? Batteries and chargers are no issue and I would actually prefer to purchase without batteries and chargers

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14-09-2013 08:19 PM
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RE: Help me choose a MOD
JoyeTech was pretty much the first in the game, however I prefer Innokin due to their great design.

What size are you looking for?
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14-09-2013 11:02 PM
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RE: Help me choose a MOD
I have numerous 18650 batteries and have access to 18350 IMR if I want. I would probably purchase the kit without the i30, though there are some decent deals on e bay on this MOD

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15-09-2013 02:15 AM
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RE: Help me choose a MOD
Ended up ordering the TESLA, ( I know about the button and screen thing ) but I liked the look and price $55.00 delivered.
Just hope it can use regular Li-Ion 18650 batteries since I have a few

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20-09-2013 10:06 PM
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That's an interesting Mod, I've not seen that one before. Looks real nice though! interestingly it looks like it comes with a DCT style tank too if you bought the kit version.
20-09-2013 10:40 PM
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Just the MOD, I have Protanks and ordered the ViVi nova mini
I liked the looks

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20-09-2013 10:42 PM
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That Tesla mod is pretty sweet, madecov.  Nice buy!  Looking forward to what you think of it once you have it.  I have been considering a Kamry K200 from FT which is functionally identical to the Kamry as far as features but is much less expensive.  If you like your Tesla I may get a K200 as soon as they are back in stock. 

So far I've only used simple mech mods - an e-pipe that I love but I also have an 18650 mod on the way, an all brass Sentinel M16, that I am very excited about.  I always considered the VV/VW mods overly complicated but I have to admit the features are pretty awesome.  The K200 and I believe the Tesla as well do all sorts of cool things besides VV/VW.  They measure how many puffs you've taken on a cell, the resistance of your heating coil, battery level, OLED displays with 7 colors, etc...
22-09-2013 12:24 PM
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(22-09-2013 12:24 PM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  That Tesla mod is pretty sweet, madecov.  Nice buy!  Looking forward to what you think of it once you have it.  I have been considering a Kamry K200 from FT which is functionally identical to the Kamry as far as features but is much less expensive.  If you like your Tesla I may get a K200 as soon as they are back in stock. 

So far I've only used simple mech mods - an e-pipe that I love but I also have an 18650 mod on the way, an all brass Sentinel M16, that I am very excited about.  I always considered the VV/VW mods overly complicated but I have to admit the features are pretty awesome.  The K200 and I believe the Tesla as well do all sorts of cool things besides VV/VW.  They measure how many puffs you've taken on a cell, the resistance of your heating coil, battery level, OLED displays with 7 colors, etc...
That K200 looks sweet, If all four buttons work well for mode changes and adjustments it could be a viable option. From the photo's it looks like 510 only

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22-09-2013 12:52 PM
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RE: Help me choose a MOD
(22-09-2013 12:52 PM)madecov Wrote:  
(22-09-2013 12:24 PM)JohnnyMac Wrote:  That Tesla mod is pretty sweet, madecov.  Nice buy!  Looking forward to what you think of it once you have it.  I have been considering a Kamry K200 from FT which is functionally identical to the Kamry as far as features but is much less expensive.  If you like your Tesla I may get a K200 as soon as they are back in stock. 

So far I've only used simple mech mods - an e-pipe that I love but I also have an 18650 mod on the way, an all brass Sentinel M16, that I am very excited about.  I always considered the VV/VW mods overly complicated but I have to admit the features are pretty awesome.  The K200 and I believe the Tesla as well do all sorts of cool things besides VV/VW.  They measure how many puffs you've taken on a cell, the resistance of your heating coil, battery level, OLED displays with 7 colors, etc...
That K200 looks sweet, If all four buttons work well for mode changes and adjustments it could be a viable option. From the photo's it looks like 510 only
Don't let that stop you.  FT sells simple but brilliant 510 to e-Go thread adapters that are less than $2 that let you use any atty with any mod.  They also sell beauty rings that not only fill the space between other mod/atty combos but also take the stress off of the thread post.  Order a few to have on hand and you won't regret it.  Nor will you be limited by what fits with what.  Every possible comination of mod & atty is yours to enjoy. Wink

I'll dig up some links for you.
22-09-2013 01:22 PM
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RE: Help me choose a MOD
510 to eGo adapter/converter  $1.95  Converts any eGo atty for use on 510 threaded mods.

eGo beauty rings $1.15 (or less)  Allow you to use any 510 atty on an eGo based battery or mod.
22-09-2013 01:30 PM
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