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Mini ViVi Nova
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Mini ViVi Nova
Since I have the Tesla MOD and it does not fit Kanger BCC type Clearomizers I decided to pick up a 510 threaded Clearo. I purchased two of the ViVi Nova mini's. These have a top changeable coil and can be completely dis assembled. The package comes with three coil heads with one being installed. The 510 threads are smooth and have no wobble on my Tesla. having a top coil it has long coild that run all the way to the bottom and touch the base. It uses the same coil heads for the larger 2.8-3.0 ml version. the mouth tip is a 510 drip tip so it can be customized as wanted with other tips. To fill you remove the top ring and just fill with liquid avoiding the center tube. Vape is smooth and silent with no gurgle at all. The draw is a medium draw slightly tighter than a Kanger T3 bottom fill. Coil heads are replaced by removing the base and then unscrewing the head. Load the re assembled unit from the bottom so wicks will run the full length of the tank. The walls of the tank feel a little thinner than the Kanger T3S. The mini holds 1.6-2.0 ml. of liquid. These are nice and are great when you want to vape a smaller tank and then clean it so you can try a different flavor.

Overall I am pleased with these and have no issues or dry hits with three tank fills. A quality alternative to bottom coil clearos with a warmer vape than I was used to and very easy to clean the entire unit. I will need to try the larger 3ml version

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(This post was last modified: 20-10-2013 04:51 AM by madecov.)
20-10-2013 04:51 AM
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RE: Mini ViVi Nova
Thanks for the review and explanation Mark. I've been tempted to try these myself several times but never pulled the trigger. After reading this I'm feeling more inclined to give one a try Smile
20-10-2013 09:12 PM
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RE: Mini ViVi Nova
My experience with the mini has led me to want the larger version. Of course they are 510 threaded only so a trim ring a nice addition if your using an Ego style battery

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20-10-2013 09:16 PM
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RE: Mini ViVi Nova
I just got my Vision Vivi Nova Mini kit today, and I am thrilled with it.  I couldn't be happier with it.  It's a lovely looking unit, and comes with three coil head of three different resistance values. I highly recommend it! Thanks!

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14-03-2014 06:41 PM
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14-03-2014 06:44 PM
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