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Every vaper should have an MVP. They're great devices, and you can chain vape and power your phone from it for a week and still have plenty of battery left. It's uncanny. I had an MVP2 and loved it, but it has a 11W limit so I'd recommend the MVP3 which is 30W iirc. 
19-01-2016 02:39 PM
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(19-01-2016 02:39 PM)Michael Wrote:  Every vaper should have an MVP. They're great devices, and you can chain vape and power your phone from it for a week and still have plenty of battery left. It's uncanny. I had an MVP2 and loved it, but it has a 11W limit so I'd recommend the MVP3 which is 30W iirc. 
Hi Michael - I still use my old MVP 11w mod - but mostly to charge up my handwarmers when fishing[Image: smile.gif] I also run an ancient K1 tank on it at 6.5W - lasts forever - brilliant mod.
19-01-2016 07:50 PM
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Haha yeah, I gave away my MVP2 to a coworker to help her quit smoking, nowadays I miss it. I used mine with a ProTank 2 and that thing was AWESOME. My, how times change... 
19-01-2016 08:25 PM
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RE: New Mod
(18-01-2016 02:21 PM)ecignut Wrote:  I have been looking at The Council of Vapor Mini Volt 40W mod - nice and small - handy for carrying about.

The KSD 25 is a little bigger than that, better than iStick & cheap as dirt from FT.

Athena Envy is a well-regarded side-by-side with TC.
20-01-2016 08:46 AM
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I have to weigh in on this.  For small mods, I'm very satisfied with my evic Vtc mini.  5 months in, and it's still going strong!  I e dropped it so many times on concrete, it's a wonder it's still in one piece!  I've had to take a hammer and smack the top back down above the battery door!  It never misses a beat.  It's small and compact, yet 75w and fires down to .02 in tc.  .15 I believe (don't quote me) in regular wattage mode.
26-01-2016 01:12 AM
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