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Wink gday! help me choose a mod please
Hi everyone!

im going to buy a mod and im not sure which one im hoping you guys could shed some light on this. im new to vaping so any input would be great. my choices are...

innokin coolfire 4 PLUS kit 70w or the vaporesso target 2 kit 70W

I am aware that the vaporesso has ceramic coils which sound cool but i have read up about the mod and many people are saying that it heats up! and also the screen can be faulty by turning off and glitching straight out of the box! (this worries me because im from NZ and will be buying it from god knows where so i want it to work when i get it with no hassles)

the innokin seems like a pretty good unit, like its improved on the original coolfire 4 40w with more power and battery life.

im upgrading from a shitty ego pen that i have been using for 2 months, this thing has been great i no longer smoke cigarettes! Good

Im also not sure where to buy either of the units from? do you guys know any good websites there seems to be hundreds! 

any input would be great! thanks guys
03-03-2016 08:48 AM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
Hi and welcome Harness!

Looks like you've done your homework. Now hat Innokin has got past their idea that 11W was enough for everyone but seem to have maintained their build quality I'd go for that. The day of the ceramic coil may arrive, but it isn't really here yet in the sense that they are widespread and cheap.

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03-03-2016 09:22 AM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
I actually do not know too many devices, but still I'd like to vote for the Pinoeer4You IPV D3. On paper it is not exactly an outstanding device. It is neither the most feature rich device nor does it have a beautiful screen. But it is more solid than the usual Chinaware, and it's Yihi SX150H does what the maker promises us.

I personally would not buy a device ith integrated battery.
03-03-2016 11:35 AM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
I think the coolfire 4 plus is a solid little device with exceptional battery life for its size. The internal battery does not faze me - after all most DNA200s are integrated as well. I also think the tank is decent with the coolfire 4 plus. Not anything that breaks the mold but solid enough.

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03-03-2016 12:22 PM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
I would take a closer look at mods in general before you choose. Integrated mods are really out now as so many have changeable batteries but can still be charged by USB cable while in the mod. so that when the battery is done you still have the mod and only need a new battery. There are lots out there - I would look at the Pegasus, Sigelei and the Koopor to name just three. Also, although the Coolfire is a solid mod it only goes up in increments of .5W whereas most mods go in .1W. Not so important with sub ohming DTL but very important if you want to standard vape MTL. I would also advise not to get a kit - buy the mod and choose your own tank - most mods are fine but the tanks are not so good. Being in NZ you will be stuck with shipping costs I think - I don't know the vaping scene over there at all - it would be interesting for you to tell us[Image: smile.gif]. The best of luck.
03-03-2016 01:39 PM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
I'm not as experienced with as many multiple devices as some here, but these are the devices I have:

Segelei Mini 30w
SMY TC60 Mini
Reuleaux RX200
Pioneer4u iPV 4s
Pioneer4u iPV5

While I definitely prefer the iPV5, all of these devices work well and with the exception of the Sigelei all would probably satisfy you, especially compared to coming off an ego pen. All have compartments for swappable 18650 cells, and all but the Sigelei have TC. It is my experience that the iPV hits faster and harder than the others I've owned, but I've never tried a mod with the DNA200 chipset so I don't know how it compares. It's quite popular though so it must be OK.

Point here is, check the specs of a mod against what you want, put them on a list, then choose from that list. If you get 10 on a list, and you feel they all meet your qualifications, get the best looking one. Or better yet, get 3. There's no such thing as too many toys.
03-03-2016 02:14 PM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
What they said ^^ Smile

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03-03-2016 02:34 PM
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RE: gday! help me choose a mod please
Welcome to the forum! 

Innoken makes great devices, I'm sure the Coolfire would be a great choice. 

I'd also suggest the UD Balrog kit, I got one from HeavenGifts and it's a really nice mod. It takes a separate battery, which is nice so you can change the battery out instead of having to wait for it to charge. The downside is that 18650 batteries and chargers are a bit expensive. 
03-03-2016 03:08 PM
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If you have unlimited resources of course you want a DNA200 or a Yihi 350J dual 18650 (my personal preference). Both these chips are spot on. But we are talki8ng about devices in the 200+ dollar range. So realistically if you want just a reliable device IPV, Sigelei and Innokin seem to be the best of the litter. I am sure some will say evic Mini here too but I'm not a fan.

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