VAMO V5 Vs MVP V2: Best Cheap APV For 2014! -IndoorSmokers




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Kristoffer Henry: do the mods still give you a good hit? throat hit mainly. any help would be great im after a cheapish mod/cig for a price range of around £50 or below. iv just been using basically local store e-cigs and buying liquid from various places and wanting to upgrade to something better (i still want the press button to use battery) thanks in advance

Franken Stein: Hate the raised button on the V2 so much that I just use my original MVP with the flush mounted trigger.

Andrea Llewellyn: The Vamo V5 is "where its at"- Its the Volkswagen of smokers ( Every component can be replaced almost effortlesly ). Its sturdy and has that old-school "Made in Germany/Usa" feel. This thing can take a serious beating. The battery life is amazing and can get you through 2 days on a full charge ( If you turn it off when not in use ). My Friend has one and Ive been drooling over hers for the last rew months. Right now, I'm using a vision spinner and i'm convinced vaping has advanced so much now, smokers can quit- with little to no excuses or struggle. Yes, a usb port for charging would have been awesome on the Vamo, but I hope we see that in the form of a mod sometime this year. :)

Jonathan Felosi: the itast mvps are an excellent e-cig. My 2 friends have one and I do too and they have lasted about 7 months of heavy vaping, They are light, cheap and real good ecigs

painlessguy: I've owned both of these mods. They are completely different beasts and offer different features. The MVP2 is a box that has the built in battery, passthru capable, capability to charge your other electronics, but you have a limit of 11 watts. The Vamo will give you 15 watts but you have to have an external battery and charger. I'd prefer the Vamo because it does excel as a vaporizer over the MVP. Only issue is I've had 3 of them in a 6 month period and they are all busted. Now I know these things aren't meant to be dropped, but every drop I've had with the Vamo over 4 ft has killed them. The MVP on the other hand just keeps on ticking I've had the same unit for 8 months. You just pick it back up, brush it off, and keep vaping.

Tina Marie: My first mod was an MVP. Loved it. Now my vaping style has changed and I have found that the cut-off time on any Innokin products isn't long enough and prefer my Vamo. Although I liked my MVP for out and about as it was easier to carry. Going to try the Eleaf iStick.

Douglas Foster: mvp us a good buy I got the energy series with the iclear 16b which sucks with the 2.2 ohm coil now i have a 1.5ohm coil and works great. I gota say thanx for doing reviews and showing us all the mods and tanks that is something hard for us to do without buying them. I just bought the atlantis aspire which i think im gonna love .

ViceVersa Musik: What cam are you using for your videos?

Luke Rainforth: I've been told that the version 3 is better than the v5, and that the mvp v.2 is even better than both is that true?

david kaval: The MVP2.0 is going to max out at 11W, which on 4.2v rated 1.6ohm coils, is pretty much ideal. The iTaste MVP2.0 and Aspire Nautilus Mini Tank (1.6ohm BVC) are a perfect pair. Remember to buy an extra blister pack of the BVC replacement atomizers (coils), as they only have a max life span of 1-2 weeks for casual vapers. As for throat hit? ANY DEVICE can give you a good throat hit. What's hitting your throat is the nic content in your liquid, and to a very minor degree the PG% and flavoring. You can also use liquids that add a little citric acid if you want a little bite. When people are pushing their devices to < 1.0 ohm coils (subohm), they're doing this generally to generate more heat to vaporize high VG content liquid. This is more for CLOUD production, not directly THROAT HIT. These max VG liquids do not carry nic as well as the PG. You are probably looking for > 1.0 ohm coils in an atomizer, with a higher PG content and high nicotine. Something in at least 50%VG/50%PG and if you need a lot of nicotine (old smoker, pack a day or something) 12mg or more of nicotine, Adjust the nic as needed, but please be safe. If you vape a lot, you really can't handle that much nicotine, it's about 50mg for a lethal dose to a 150lb healthy adult (at one time). Now, you'll probably spread out your nic throughout the day, but you never know how your body is absorbing it, as everyone is different. So try to spread this out to a reasonable degree. You can always trick yourself into choking on a throat hit from a slightly higher PG, flavoring and citric acid blend with a low nic content.

IsNully: Vamo Mukey Double Barrel VV/VW on fasttech.com for 35us

Merv Rollinson: I've been vaping on my Kanger mini 2 and Spinner for about 4months, and i love it. Thinking I should move up to a Nautilus. My buddy has one and I'm so freaking jealous gotta get me one.

justin english: I know to charge the mvp you use the mini usb from the bottom but can you charge the battery from a standered ecig charger from the top 

trevor villanuevatrevor: I'm debating on getting a Kamry K100 or the MVP v2. Any suggestions??

Katherine Turner: Nice but they make me cough.

Simon Lintern: I have just bought a Vamo V5 and have been using it for a week or so with an Aerotank. So far I'm very impressed. Using 2.2 ohm coils and vaping at around 4V / 10W. With regards to size I use an 18350 battery when out and about so it is shorter.

optizap: How many charges do these batteries take ? Anyone know where can find a comparison chart of price, battery life, no of charges until dud, features etc.

Ploom Vapor: I'm thankful for IndoorSmokers #1229

Aaron Jones: I've had the MVP v2 no problems with it. but now im using Tesla penny with drip tip

shmahat ma: Kenny freaking powers compares e-cigs!

Julian Lowe: I moved from Green Smoke ciga-like to an MVP V2 and I love it. The VAMO looks nice too, who manufactures the VAMO mod?

Jessica Votour: Hi there.. so i bought the vamo v5 and i keep getting a low load error.. at first i thought my batteries were not getting a charge.. but after making sure they were charged it was obvious that that isnt the problem.. can i get some help with this if anyone knows how to fix this issue?

Asif Ifas: I just brought a vamo v5 no idea what im doing with it. I thought ide give it alil charge first, its been on for half an hour still showing a red light but it's quite warm too warm for my liking tbh. Is this normal? 

Millaih: I've just purchased a MVP v2 and a glass bulb atomizer to smoke dried herbs, have I made a good decision?

Ren Calamba: Thanks IndoorSmokers for all your reviews! I went with the MVP v2 thanks to you, and I've been happy ever since. The thing has really helped me cut back on smoking analogs and I'm basically ready to go all vape.

Er C: Why does this guy remind me of Nic Cage? 

codey parys: "Ds3" lol

Frankie Diaz: I'm new in Vapor world, 2 week Vaporing without Tabaco cig. I like your review you make for newbies like me. I'm from Puerto Rico and I start with a IJOY ETOP C Model but I don't see to much reviewing this mods in the US. I Like to see if you can Review this model and see what you think about it. Thanks 

Nate Ludy: This was a great video.I watched it about 10 times.Thank you for the great videos and all the info

Armando Gomez: In the video you say around 60 on the link you have it comes to 89.00

all night long: got a vamo v5 with protank 3 as my first kit.. lets see how it goes... goodbye evil cigarrets

Vapour Chaser: Has the MVP v2 for about 4 months and loved it I now have a vamo v5

Edwin Pereira: I got a vamo v5 I've had so many problems with it 

Sean Redsky: Love the Vamo with the Aspire Nautilus tank. The Protank 3 mini is a great tank for ego style batteries, or evod batteries. Good review. 

JamieD262: when you talk about innokin and Vamo you can not say you get what you pay for because both are very high quality and will last you a long time, my buddy has had his MVP V1 for over a year and its working like a champ, the battery has not shown signs of dying (not holding charge for example). he payed £40 for his, thats £3.30 a month over 12 months, a 10 pack costs that.

NaturalNature100: Can't wait to get a Vamo V5 w/ Aerotank Mega! I just hope my 18650 3600mah will work :D

Ruby Roo: The threading on the Vamo tends to degrade over time. The MVP is a MUCH better manufactured device. It will last a hell of a lot longer than the Vamo. I'd NEVER get a Vamo because of the cheap manufacturing. The MVP is a far superior device in my opinion. Best cheap mod: MVP all day long. My battery lasts for 3 days no problem and you don't have to buy a charger and batteries. If you take that into consideration, the Vamo is much more expensive. MVP 2.0 for the WIN!!!

Vincent Plouffe: You can also charge devices with the vamo v5. You just gotta put an adaptor on the top of it.

Donald Debonis: I want the mvp2 So bad right now...

drifter848: the passthru feature is sooo awesome when the units or batts die and wont hold a charge anymore having a passthru feature will still let you vape were on the loose batt models once the batts wont charge youre screwed and good mpassthrus are hard to find unless you make one

Neil Spector: Dude what is with the editing? Why are the videos so disjointed?

Electrical Universal: it was never about the money, i choose both as well ! getting my vamov5 tomorrow already got the itaste

YoshSkate: Okay I want the Vamo but I want big clouds, and I'm torrid about the variable voltage and wattage. I nothing about the settings and I'm afraid I will mess somethig up and waste money. Any tips. 

Sam Greatbatch: do these work with Kanger tech tanks? 

andrew collins: they are easy to break though i had all three and all three had broke on my when using in a week did not drop them i used them for 5 time and they stopped working so i only use the mvp just got that haha 

amacm69: MVP 2 battery life quality parts, durability . I've dropped my MVP like 5 times already lol fine 

ma tres: Hey, i love your videos and was hoping you could recomend me an atomizer for the i taste MVP vv 2 ? Thanks or at least some options to get big clouds 

shmahat ma: Try again. Kenny freaking powers, yada yada etc etc Thanks for the heads up, +W. James Hamel 

sandi brill: thank U! I now have bot & your right...both have their good qualities!

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VAMO V5 vs MVP V2: Best Cheap APV for 2014! -IndoorSmokers 4.9 out of 5

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