Richard Vert: Question- I'm trying to eliminate the nicotine. I've bought a couple
bottles at 13 a whack like a chilly mango and a peanut butter cup. Not
really much throat hit. Do the nic-free flavors generally struggle it that
hotheadedjoelhaha: Picking up a MVP2 tomorrow at a Grand Opening of a brick and mortar near me
for $51. Best price I've seen! Good video. Joel.
Callerz: Whats a herbal bulb?
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!!!
Callerz: Do they work on a ego t battery anyone know?
INF LIXI: e cig nerd
IndoorSmokers: TONIGHT THE VAMO V5 IS TAKING ON THE MVP V2 FOR BEST CHEAP MOD FOR 2014!
Electrical Universal: it was never about the money, i choose both as well ! getting my vamov5
tomorrow already got the itaste
The Vape Escape: had the vamo v5 good and reliable... but my vamo has become faulty so I've
ordered the MVP V2 miles better in my pocket, bigger battery life
and charges my phone couldn't ask for more haha
Vaping Tiger: Love my MVP but would love to have a Vamo as well :)
Jessica Szempruch: Both those are great. My favorite has to be the eVic. Second would be the
iTaste VV version 3.
thezionsoho: I got my first vape mail from virgin vapor today and the bottle I was most
excited to try, the black cherry marshmallow, its cap was half off and 2/3
of the liquid was caked up all inside the packaging :(
At least the packaging smelled amazing inside!
Freddy Vasquez: Thank you very much for your advice I just bought the vemo five from that
website I got a great deal $44.44 free shipping, including batteries nd the
charger two atomizers...great freaking deal thank you.
DeRaafMedia: Be aware that some VAMO kits do not include a battery and charger!!
Skylar L: I love my MVP 2. I've never used a VAMO, I'm not really into tube style
devices. Box mods are my thing.
Paul H: Vamo V5 can also be shortened by unscrewing one of the tubes and using one
18350 battery. Makes it more compact. You can also use two 18350 or one
RavBunneh: I love my MVP 2 and it was only $39. Plus the battery just keeps going
shmahat ma: Try again. Kenny freaking powers, yada yada etc etc
Thanks for the heads up, +W. James Hamel
thezionsoho: man, you really vape at a high wattage! I usually vape between 7.5 and 9.5.
You're gonna burn through coils like crazy if you use 2ohm coils and vape
at 12 watts and up regularly
Richard Vert: Right on . You sold me on the MVP. I ordered it today. This will be my
first venture into life after the ego T.
Pete Horam: I guess with the mvp is very expensive to replace the battery! It looks
kind of weird like some old school walkie talkie and looks funny to hold.
That puts me off a bit. How long is the mvp battery likely to last?
Carlo Simone: I have both and the vamo hits much harder and vapes smoother even on the
same settings as the MVP. I love the MVP for when I am out and about but
the vamo is a much better vaping experience. If they made the MVP hit as
hard as the vamo it would be the best of both worlds.
SnapBacksForCash: DS3's??? LOL
Lori Blakley: I'm loving my MVP! Best decision I made :)
Blair White: why would the one that you can't change the battery on be the on u would
travel with...... lol the one u can just swap the battery is obviously a
better option carry a second battery or a third.... just sayin. that made
Ryan Byrne: 3:30 am here in N.Y. I stay up just to watch your awesome vids
Anthony Catano: Vamo V5 gots my vote and im glad i quit smoking just Vaping, im getting my
King Hcigar Mod with my ViVi Nova that i am using on my starter kit, and
also the pro tank 3 is reall really good/ no leaks and no problems :)
Like your vids and always catch em when at night, great job it is
motivating me to stop smoking cigerettes and after 9 years on, 4 weeks i
quit them almost a month makes me a hell of alot better just Vaping now!
jwchicano: MVP is a fkin life saver!!! I love mine with the Nautilus mini tank it puts
out NICE vapor
I Seraphum I: Love your vids and reviews, they helped me get off the smokes. I've got a
Vamo V5 with a Hypertank pyrex bcc on the way to my house as you read this.
Sean Birmingham: I just ordered the mvp v2 yesterday. Can't wait to try it. Another
rekozma: I have them both and I have to say mvp v2 is what I would tell any new
vaper to buy for a few key reasons it comes ready to go just buy juice is
the most important reason and you can pick them up for under $60 with
nothing esle but juice to buy. Where is you need to buy batts. Tanks
charger and juice for the vamo. Dont get me wrong like I siad got them both
and I use them both for different reasons. But now with the new mvps out
and the new skins on them the mvp is the clear winner for New vapers. With
that said I would tell any smoker that wants to try to quit and ask that
even an ego twist is worth the money.
TheMiket1024: i really want that v5, i just saw a review on another mod that has a output
charging option, the siegieli legend, it has a attachment that lets you
plug in with a usb cord charger, it was volts and watts to
1ronae1: You are soooooooooooo HOT!! Love watching your vids!
Lucas Bassa: What about the smok sid?
Jetlimaster007: LOVE mine mvp using most att home :=) days whiout recharge .vorking like a
Steve Rudebusch: I like my vamo
Kelly W: Good review! I'm loving my MVP2. I am 6 months into vaping and felt more
comfortable going with the MVP. I love the vapor it produces and the
battery life is a big plus for me! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! :o)
peter smith: nice review ,
I have the vamo v3 and mvp v2 and both are really good
but now im looking for my next mod around £100
got both my vapes after watching you vids so your the man to ask
gotta get more toys .. Thanks .. Vape happy ..
Robert Nunna: As WE ALL know, internal batteries will lose about half their power after a
years time, depending on charge cycles. Being able to replace batteries as
often you like, is priceless. Also, the V5 can be converted to a much
smaller device by removing on of the middle tubes and inserting a 18350
battery. I have 2 18350's at 1000mah each, they should last me all day n
them some. I like the MVP v2, my buddy has one...funny how when we get
together though, he always uses my Evic???? I love my Evic and SID, but I
bought the Vamo v5 for the 18350 size with the 3 button layout. I really
really love how my Evic's screen tells the atomizer at all times as well
cause I rebuild my protank coils and will know immediately if something
goes wrong with it. As far as the price?...I got mine from SLOWtech for
$28...sure I got to wait 3 weeks to get it, but worth saving $40-60 over
local retail. AND THE FREAKING BUTTON ON THE MVP IS A B@TCH
VIDARMATHISEN: have had the vamo 1 and vamo 3 the first one had some bad threads the other
one shorted out. crap !
Michael Heck: When you gunna get into RBA's and stuff? Gotta kayfun coming tomorrow
Michael Furst: I got a old drip pen syle e-cig and when I add a few drops for some reason
the first 5 hits or so are super strong nicotine hits and after that I
seems to really decrease. Is it just me or my ejuice what may cause this .
Thanks for you time
Eric Stumpy: MVP for the win on this one. I also own both. Vamo has seen no use since I
got my MVP. So much easier to carry around, charge on the go, and it lasts
for days. I think I get away with charging once a week, and that's not
letting the battery drop below 3.6v
pat Costanzo: just got the MVP love it this stuff is all new to me been off the
cigarettes for just over 2 weeks now thanks for sharing
Tommy Sick: V5 kicks ass!!!!!!
Mark Lada: The itaste SVD blows all versions of the Vamo out of the water, it looks
and functions better.. I have not used the MVP II yet, but the fact it has
an internal battery is a deal breaker for me.. There's nothing worse than
running out of battery life in your APV halfway through the day and not
being able to replace the battery.. I'd rather keep spare batteries in my
desk than a spare mod.. I understand it can be used as a pass-thru, but
being tethered to an outlet or USB port while trying to vape is so 2012..
As for the charging capabilities of the MVP, You can actually buy a
12,000mah portable power supply for about $10.00.. They can charge all of
your electronic devices and they hold 3x the charge of the MVP.. Plus,
they're only half the size of the MVP, which makes them ideal to slip into
your pocket or briefcase..
ImageX: I love my MVP2. I'm going to get a Provari shortly though and venture into
RDAs and RBAs as well.
Steevo773: V2 + V3 = V5
Jason Bates: Went from an ego to the mvp v2 . Love it!!