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The IPV mini
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Nihilum Offline
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The IPV mini
Over the weekend, I upgraded from the Aspire CF-VV 1600s to the IVP mini, 30 watt mod.  I have to say that I am more than happy with it.  Obviously I can't really drip with it, but with an Aspire Atlantis, this mod is exceptional.  I did have to reduce my nicotine from 12mg to 6mg, but I find that it feels virtually the same.

Obviously the downside is that it's not really a mod for dripping.  However, the upside is that it only uses one 18650 battery, and it can be charged in the mod.
27-01-2015 11:37 PM
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I wouldn't say that it's obviously not for dripping. I personally often use my mods at around 35-40W,depending on the juice, if I want something more leisurely than my usual cloud chasing builds. I'm glad you like yours, I'd say don't rule out RDAs all the way since there are some great ones that work just fine under 30W. 

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28-01-2015 01:13 AM
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RE: The IPV mini
I run a Sigelei 100 watt box and a variant 260 watt box. When I run my Subtank I'm in the 20 watt range. I'm considering the Cloupor mini as a walk around with a mini Subtank. The IPV version is a bit taller. Both are excellent devices. I usually use a dripper in the 40 watt range.

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28-01-2015 04:12 AM
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I ended up getting an IPV3 and a Freakshow RDA.  I'm selling the IPV mini to another vaping buddy who can't afford the IPV3, so it's a win/win for everyone.
30-01-2015 04:44 AM
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(30-01-2015 04:44 AM)Nihilum Wrote:  I ended up getting an IPV3 and a Freakshow RDA.  I'm selling the IPV mini to another vaping buddy who can't afford the IPV3, so it's a win/win for everyone.

Not too shabby. Try to keep your batteries matched and rotated through the bays. Just wish the IPV3 had magnetic back cover

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31-01-2015 05:13 AM
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The IPV3 does have a magnet accessory that replaces the screws.  I personally don't like them.  And as far as batteries go, Yeah, I keep my IPV3 batteries marked with a "3" on them so they don't get mixed up with anyone else's batteries.


Edit:  I didn't like the magnet mods until the magnets came in.  Now I have them on my IPV3.  I put them on to experiment to see the best way to do it since I'm the guy at the shop who does all the accessory modding.  I have to say I like them now.
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01-02-2015 06:13 AM
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