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azinka Offline
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Hi guys I want to buy my first mod and I can't choose which one Vaporesso Target VTC 75W starter kit or Cool fire IV plus starter kit :|
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06-01-2016 11:53 PM
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Hi I just bought the MVP 3 Pro. I love it!! I looked at the the cool fire plus also either are great mods. Cool fire is smaller 
07-01-2016 12:14 AM
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The coolfire four was a very reliable mod. The thing was a workhorse with very few problems registered by users. I would trust coolfire because of their reputation. The vaperesso might indeed be a good mod but it has no track record yet. The size and power of the coolfire would sway me their way.

Now I own a lot of mods. A snow wolf 200, a xcube 2 180, the new D3, the old D2 the older IPV s 70w, the kanger mini 50w, the kanger 40w, the evic mini 75w, the XVoStick DNA40, Istcick 100w, istick 30w and and and ... Honestly each one does its job well. Now if I were were buying a new set up I would get the D3 - I love the size and power of this little 80w mod. Good TC as well. But you would need to buy a tank with it and I think the coolfire comes with one in the kit. I had the original coolfire - traded it away after using it for a year and a half and it still worked well and looked good.

These days I use almost exclusively RTAs and RDAs. My favorite tank happens to be the Triton 2 because it is very flexible and the new .5 ohm clapton coil is aces. And believe I have and have owned a slew of sub ohm tanks and cartomizers. Hereis the million dollar question ... how do you like to vape? Do you like mouth to lung or direct lung hits. Do you feel you need to vape above 40 watts?

Now the coolfire four has no temp control - for me that is fine I rarely use TC  - not a fan. The ISub G tank is nice - it is one of those tanks that does not leak. So as a carry to work daily vape the tank and mod make good sense. It is a sexy little mod to be sure. I like the battery life - 3300 MaH for a built in is very good. I prefer interchageable batteries as a rule but hey - the DNA200 are using lipos too.

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07-01-2016 12:41 AM
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Wow thanks for the reply. I like direct lung hits, I don't think that I need to go above 40watts. It doesn't have to be a tiny mod, I looked some reviews on D3 I kinda liked it.
07-01-2016 01:48 AM
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I don't know much about either of those, but I'll agree that CoolFire has a great reputation for making quality mods. Another option you might consider is the Kanger SuBox or the newer NeBox, both use the Kanger SubTank coils which will allow those lung hits. The SuBox is basically just a variable wattage mod that takes a single 18650 rechargeable battery with a SubTank Mini on top, while the NeBox is similar but has a self-contained 10ml tank (which means it holds around 3x more juice than most tanks) that is housed within the mod itself, so it's small and doesn't have a tank sticking up on the end. Those are what I wish had been available back when I started vaping. But really, there aren't many mods available that are just straight up bad, so you should be fine with nearly anything you choose as long as you know what you're looking for. It sounds like your two options would be good ones, I just like to offer suggestions based on what I've used Smile 
07-01-2016 06:35 AM
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Oh and one other thing: the Coolfire is a self-contained unit, with a non-changeable battery already installed. The Vaporesso takes one 18650 cell, which you'll need to buy separately. Personally, I prefer mods that have changeable batteries since I can keep a spare charged to quickly change out, but you might prefer having it all in one unit instead. Just thought it was worth pointing out. 
07-01-2016 06:41 AM
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07-01-2016 06:47 AM
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Non changeable battery is a deal killer for me. These batteries don't last that long.
08-01-2016 11:13 AM
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Hi peter-k  That is not my experience with them - I have 2 istick 20W that are nearly 18 months old and still going strong. I also have an ancient Innokin MVP - 11W original  over 2 years old and still as good as new. I think you have been unlucky.
08-01-2016 11:21 AM
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Ive never experienced issues with the lipos either - yet. I still have my Istick 30w going strong. It's funny how our industry advances. When Kanger came out with the Kbox 40w it was - what - I need to get batteries and a charger? That's not convenient. Now external charging is the norm. When built in batteries came out everyone loved the idea.

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