Best vaping mod suited for newbie?

Discussion in 'eCig Newbie' started by AngeloSeibold, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. AngeloSeibold

    AngeloSeibold New Member Member

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    Hello guys.. I am just new to vaping world so which mods are best suited for me..I don't have much information so please forgive me if I have asked wrong question..
     
  2. AngeloSeibold

    AngeloSeibold New Member Member

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    Bit strange no replies yet..I was really hoping for better response..
     
  3. AngeloSeibold

    AngeloSeibold New Member Member

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    With no participation I think it is better to close the thread..
     
  4. Budz

    Budz Vendor Vendor

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    Hey Angelo, for a beginner I'd recommend getting the iMVP as a VV/VW device mod or the Kamry K100 mech mod. Depends on what you need it for ;)
     
  5. DadEh

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    Hi
    I went with the Aspire CF VV with mini Nautilus tank (premium starter kit)
    Very simplistic and I suggest keeping the voltage at the 3.8 range and a lower air flow but that's entirely up to the user.
    I was worried about the variable voltage and airflow thing but there was nothing scary about it. Just adjust to suit your own taste.
    Other people may say different but I love what I started with before I bought the artillery today lol
     
  6. JeepyG

    JeepyG New Member Member

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    My go to device when out and about is my MVP with an AeroTank V2.
    It is a relatively inexpensive setup that is great for beginners, imho.
    MVP
    - lots of battery life and decent power for most tanks.
    - simple easy to use.
    - pass through vaping ability while charging
    - portable auxiliary charging power for other devices.
    AeroTank V2
    - straight forward design.
    - good adjustble air flow.
    - inexpensive coils in various ohm resistances.
     
  7. DadEh

    DadEh New Member Member

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    Update..
    One week after getting my aspire cf vv+ and nautilus tank, I purchased the aspire cf sub ohm and Atlantis tank. Very very nice set up.

    HOWEVER

    Just yesterday I took the next step (chasing that vape bunny deeper down the bunny hole) and bought the Sigelei 100w plus and WOW!!!!!

    The Nautilus and Atlantis work amazingly well, the flavors are beautiful and the vapor is stunning. Explosions of taste and huge warm billowing tasty clouds. MMMMmmmmmMMMMMMmmmm

    My next step will be to start the RTA's and build my own coils for tanks. Not interested in dripping / can't drip and drive lol
     
  8. Akroyd

    Akroyd New Member Member

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    I recently got the Magma dripper. It has very deep juice wells, it holds around 40 drops.
    I can drive into work (around 45 mins) without having to drip again.
    Has never leaked on me and the flavour is great.
     
  9. rikeker

    rikeker New Member Member

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    Hi, I suggest you useing the Inshare Vape.
     

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