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Posted: 10/1/2014 6:27:45 PM EST
(First time to this subforum.... go easy on me)

I'm not digging the bottom button on the Magneto. Saw an eVic today and thinking about getting one. I use an Aspire Nautilus - if I got the eVic I'd switch to a Nautilus Mini.

Thoughts? Bad idea? What should I be getting instead?
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Originally Posted By Keith1980:
Do you prefer a mech or a regulated mod? How much can you spend?
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I prefer a button that is easy to activate.

I can spend what it takes to be happy.
Link Posted: 10/1/2014 7:24:59 PM EST
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Originally Posted By Keith1980:
Do you want a tube mod or a box mod? Or you don't care. Is portability important? There is so much out there that's why I'm asking. Tell us a little more about your "perfect" mod and we can point you in the right direction.
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Tube.

No real preferences beyond that. I've owned an itaste vv (battery swelled), an eGo, and a Magneto.
Link Posted: 10/1/2014 7:33:30 PM EST
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My Provari Mini v2.5 fires in my pocket every so often..... cause the button sticks out & gets pushed.........
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Undies,

First off... Sup Brah!

Second.. The eVic isn't known for it's durability. I'll just leave it at that.

Also consider the Vamo, or the Z-max. I've used both, and own a Vamo (Mukey version).
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Originally Posted By Keith1980:
I have 3 Vamos. I wouldn't recommend them for the main mod though. Threads are crap and there isn't an adjustable center pin. When I used to use them there was a gap between the mod and the tanks. They are cheap though, so there's that. C'mon Mouse, you can do better than that!!
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That's exactly why i recommended them..

Why spend all sorts of money on 1 mod when vapers tend to change up their gear and tastes often?
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 8:42:09 AM EST
i like my DNA30 clone alot
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Originally Posted By Keith1980:
Well if money is no object look at this. It's not out yet but will be soon. I have sold all of my regulated mods but if I buy another one that is what I'll get. I don't know how much but their last version was ~$200. Provari has a reputation for GREAT customer service as well as being bullet proof. So if you can hold out…buy once cry once and all that.
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That looks great! Any idea when they will be out?
Link Posted: 10/2/2014 8:49:40 AM EST
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Originally Posted By lcoates33:
Undies,

First off... Sup Brah!

Second.. The eVic isn't known for it's durability. I'll just leave it at that.

Also consider the Vamo, or the Z-max. I've used both, and own a Vamo (Mukey version).
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Mouse!

The one evic I handled in the local shop showed a hell of a lot of wear and tear for a display model. I really wasn't impressed with the quality of the materials, especially compared to the magneto. My magneto is very difficult to actuate - I don't know if that is true across the board for them, but mine requires a solid full finger mashing of the bottom button in order to get it to produce vape. It's pretty much equivalent to a trigger on a G3... half a mile of takeup and 1/4 ton of force required to make something happen.

I'll look for the Vamo and Z-max.
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Originally Posted By Undefined:


Mouse!

The one evic I handled in the local shop showed a hell of a lot of wear and tear for a display model. I really wasn't impressed with the quality of the materials, especially compared to the magneto. My magneto is very difficult to actuate - I don't know if that is true across the board for them, but mine requires a solid full finger mashing of the bottom button in order to get it to produce vape. It's pretty much equivalent to a trigger on a G3... half a mile of takeup and 1/4 ton of force required to make something happen.

I'll look for the Vamo and Z-max.
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Originally Posted By lcoates33:
Undies,

First off... Sup Brah!

Second.. The eVic isn't known for it's durability. I'll just leave it at that.

Also consider the Vamo, or the Z-max. I've used both, and own a Vamo (Mukey version).


Mouse!

The one evic I handled in the local shop showed a hell of a lot of wear and tear for a display model. I really wasn't impressed with the quality of the materials, especially compared to the magneto. My magneto is very difficult to actuate - I don't know if that is true across the board for them, but mine requires a solid full finger mashing of the bottom button in order to get it to produce vape. It's pretty much equivalent to a trigger on a G3... half a mile of takeup and 1/4 ton of force required to make something happen.

I'll look for the Vamo and Z-max.
Go watch this video & see if his switch fix works on yours...I don't have one nor have I handled one...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YZ0t1SL7SuQ

A different problem, but it shows a couple of adjustments for the switch.. the guy sounds like a dork, but worth watching..


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h05sQO8vKaU
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