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Old 06-21-2013, 06:01 AM   #281
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How is it compared to the T3
I haven't had the T3 but I have a few Evods which is basically an upgraded T3 and I think it is much better then the evod. It doesn't flood as easily as the evod and the tank has pyrex glass so it won't crack from the harsh flavors. I also broke two evods from when they flew out of my passenger seat while driving.
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:49 AM   #282
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What kind of tank is that?!?!?!?
They said it...it's the kangertech protank
. My favorite that I've ever had from the ones I've been through
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Old 06-21-2013, 09:51 AM   #283
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I haven't had the T3 but I have a few Evods which is basically an upgraded T3 and I think it is much better then the evod. It doesn't flood as easily as the evod and the tank has pyrex glass so it won't crack from the harsh flavors. I also broke two evods from when they flew out of my passenger seat while driving.
I think it shits on the evod. However, keep in mind if u are prone to dropping or being clumsy with ur vape...it will break. It's glass, glass shatters. I've broken 2 so far.
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This is what I do to keep it from breaking. I found that the evod outer tank fits in the base and carto of the kangertech pro tank. Therefore, I kept all the internals of the pro tank, and dressed it in the evod tank. It's basically the same person in different clothes. I get to keep the epic-ness of the protank 100%, while having a less fragile and quite cool looking tank overall
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Old 06-22-2013, 03:11 AM   #286
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So, in my search for the perfect setup for my Provari, I've gotten multiple recommendations to get the Z-Atty setup with it.

Does anyone have any experience with the Z-Atty? The video's I've watched make it look awesome!
Have you ever used a hybrid before?
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Old 06-22-2013, 05:08 AM   #287
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Have you ever used a hybrid before?
I haven't. I'm pretty new to this. I'm basically looking for the best of the best on everything. That's why I ordered the Provari. I don't want to have to upgrade my setup in any period of time.

I'm open to suggestions, but it looks like I'll be ordering the Z-Atty, unless I can find something better by the end of the weekend.
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Old 06-22-2013, 10:33 AM   #288
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1100mAh egos with Kanger T3s


Eyeglass case modded to hold 3 Kanger T3s
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Old 06-22-2013, 11:00 AM   #289
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Just got into vaping, no nicotine in my juice, using it as a portable hookah i would say. Here is my setup

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Old 06-22-2013, 12:36 PM   #290
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Old 06-22-2013, 01:10 PM   #291
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I haven't. I'm pretty new to this. I'm basically looking for the best of the best on everything. That's why I ordered the Provari. I don't want to have to upgrade my setup in any period of time.

I'm open to suggestions, but it looks like I'll be ordering the Z-Atty, unless I can find something better by the end of the weekend.
Hate to say it, but the Z-Atty is far from the best and has a VERY airy draw, same with a provari. The provari isnt terrible, its a good VV device. The problem you will run into is that genesis atomizers require LOW ohms for optimal performance generally 1 ohm or less. MUCH different than your typical carto or clearo. The Provari has an amp limit and as long as you stay above 1 ohm, it will work, but maybe not to ones satisfaction. If you reach the amp limit it will error out. Also, because of the nature of metal on metal (coil on stainless steel mesh) you will have LOTS of shorts and it will become frustrating due to the circuitry on the provari. Next thing to remember.....hybrids must be in the vertical position when not in use otherwise they will leak out completely. So no, you cant put it in your pocket safely moreso because the top cap will come off easily.

If you want to get into hybrids. I wouldnt go all out unless you have money to blow. On the cheap end, get an AGA-T instead of the Z-atty, its like $25. For hybrids, I would go with a mechanical mod, this way you dont get frustrated and have stupid errors. Depending on your budget, You can get a Kamry K100 (I think they are around $100) but I would recommend the EA-Mod (About $200), Nemesis (About $175) or an iHybrid pure that is due to be released soon (18500 battery tube and genesis atomizer all in one) which hits like a freight train and is only $99

Remember, none of this is "the best of the best". If you want to talk about $1500 ecigs....you just let me know lol. Its all about what works for YOU. If a carto does the trick, awesome....dont buy for the "cool factor" or how something looks...buy what works.

Do yourself a favor and do some research....dont just buy shit cause other people have it lol.
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Been vaping since I quit smoking 1.28.13.

I've been using the less expensive brands.

I kicked it up today, Joyetech eVic.

Huge difference in the quality, IMHO.
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Old 06-22-2013, 05:25 PM   #293
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Sweet man! What flavors did you get?

I've tried fruit juice, caramel, and a random tobacco flavor to start. They were all terrible lol


Went to the local vape shop, and found Mt. Dew flavor. It's my current favorite.
I went overboard! I ended up getting 9 flavors! Bet I tried 40. Think I was completely numb when I walked out the door...LOL!

Butterscotch
mocha choc
strawberry lemon
zombie brains
frozen zombie brains
almond coffee
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Surely there is something tasty in there
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Just made the switch last week. Been smoking tobacco since 1984, didn't see much point in sucking down anti-freeze as an alternative when the 1st gen PVs hit the market, but when I found out that I could get smoke juice without PG in it, I gave it a go, and I was astonished by how much I enjoyed it.

Even the Blu disposables that I tried a couple weeks back as an experiment were very good, if not very long-lasting. But the eGo hits all the marks for me; about the same size as my favorite cigars, vapor is nice and thick, battery lasts long enough for my purposes...total winner.

Right now, I'm still going through the smoke juice that came with my starter kit, and drawing on disposable CE4 cartomizers. Next step is a rebuildable cartridge, and I'm thinking of trying out some local juices, or maybe even getting into brewing some of my own.

Funny as hell to see the expression on peoples' faces when I exhale a big cloud of vapor in a restaurant. No one has yet had the nerve to harass me about it, though. Just a matter of time, I spose.
try Evic AWESOME. I'm into mixing whole 9 yards. get on my level
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try Evic AWESOME. I'm into mixing whole 9 yards. get on my level
dayum nice collection, did u make that case or did you buy it from somewhere? How does the kanger pro hit on the itase mvp?
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try Evic AWESOME. I'm into mixing whole 9 yards. get on my level
Is that a Kanger pro tank on the provari mini? If so, how do you like it?
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dayum nice collection, did u make that case or did you buy it from somewhere? How does the kanger pro hit on the itase mvp?
Massive vape and the case I got at a crafts store it was like $12
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