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IMotion 3 or iTaste SVD Telescoping What is best?
June 17, 2013
2:18 am
EirikNK
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I am thinking of ordering one of this, anybody that have som experince or know whats best ?

IMotion 3 V+ Variable Voltage / Watt Electronic Cigarette Set
http://www.fasttech.com/produc…..ronic-ciga

iTaste SVD Telescoping Variable Voltage Electronic Cigarette Set
http://www.fasttech.com/produc…..electronic

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June 17, 2013
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I've heard of the iTaste SVD before and seen some videos about it, it got mostly favorable reviews from what I saw. I haven't heard of the other one so I have no idea with that one. I've never personally used either though so I can't really give any details on them.

June 17, 2013
3:11 am
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CompeteToDefeat said

I've heard of the iTaste SVD before and seen some videos about it, it got mostly favorable reviews from what I saw. I haven't heard of the other one so I have no idea with that one. I've never personally used either though so I can't really give any details on them.

I just watch a german review of IMotion 3 V+ on youtube and it was very good.

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June 17, 2013
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I like compete have only heard of and seen reviews for the Itaste SVD and those were all favorable.

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June 17, 2013
8:43 am
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Steve said

I like compete have only heard of and seen reviews for the Itaste SVD and those were all favorable.

I like it BIG and the SVD was cool in the video, I was ready to spend up to 200 dollar, but this cost only 62, so I think I go for the SVD :) I got Norwegian oil dollar on wensday so then the orders go Laugh

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June 17, 2013
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I think you'll be happy with the SVD. About the only negative thing I can remember hearing about it was the screen orientation since it's turned on it's side. They said it was fine for right or left handed (can't remember which) because you would naturally have it turned where the screen was facing the right way, for the others it would be backwards. Also they said the buttons felt reversed depending on which hand you were holding it in. But those are things that you'll just get used to from using the device a lot. Plus if you're like me and stick mostly to variable wattage you won't be fiddling too much with the settings anyhow. My display and buttons mostly get used to check resistance and battery voltage.

June 17, 2013
12:34 pm
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I have looked at both of these before when I was searched for the best mod for me. I was seriously looking at the SVD but couldn't find it cheap enough. FastTech finally got it in a little bit after I decided on a different mod from them (Vamo V2 6in1 kit). I have seen videos on both and think they would both be solid VV/VW mods, however, the SVD would win out b/c I just think it looks cooler and fits my style more than the iMotion 3…plus, the SVD comes w/ an iClear 30 tank instead of a CE4 or whatever the iMotion 3 comes with

June 17, 2013
8:42 pm
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I see that many go for Vamo, do you think I should do that to?

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June 17, 2013
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EirikNK said

I see that many go for Vamo, do you think I should do that to?

That depends on which you like better. I can't really speak to the SVD because I've never actually held one. And you can always get one or the other now and the other one later if you really wanted to.

June 17, 2013
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I have the Vamo and was actually looking to pick up the SVD as a second mod based on the reviews I have seen about it. I think it would be a solid choice either way you go.

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June 17, 2013
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I'd pick the Vamo over the SVD b/c it's a little cheaper, it's more sleak looking and I know it feels like a nice sturdy mod. It could surely take some wear and tear. There isn't really anything that I can think of, that they could add or take out, that would make the Vamo better. It has an Ohm checker, battery level, variable voltage, variable wattage, power protections, a solid build w/ good materials, and vapes like a beast. I'm a little biased, but it has been the best vape purchase I've made yet. Jump on the Vamo bandwagon, you will not be disappointed Laugh

June 17, 2013
9:01 pm
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The SVD is a pretty solid device as well, here are is the description:
Brief Features:
The iTaste SVD (Superior Vaping Device) is a tube style, variable voltage, variable wattage Electronic Cigarette, made of Stainless Steel. The iTaste SVD is sleek, with easy to use functionality.

Variable Voltage: voltage can be adjusted from 3.3 – 6.0 volts in .1 volt increments.

Variable Wattage: Wattage can be adjusted from 3.0 – 15.0 W in .5 watts increments.

Short Circuit Protection.

Reverse Battery Protection Circuit

Battery Voltage Detection

Resistive Load Detection ( Ohms meter )

ON/OFF battery switch

LED Battery Power Display

Low Voltage Warning

Overtime Vaping Warning

Telescopic Tube supports 18350, 18500 or 18650 batteries

Battery safety protection

Myriad compatible ( Thread fit iClear10 ,iClear16, iClear30,CE4,CE5 ,eGo, T2,T3 , VIVI NOVA and 510 etc )

Change battery and switch VV or VW have parameter memory function

Built-in 3 digit display ( Ohms meter , Volts /Watts , Atomizer voltage output )

Has a lot of features as well and got good reviews.

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June 17, 2013
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I just ordered this http://tinyurl.com/VamoV3 from fast tech and I think it would be a pretty nice option for you. I will have a review for it within a week hopefully.Smile

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June 17, 2013
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IndSmo said

I just ordered this http://tinyurl.com/VamoV3 from fast tech and I think it would be a pretty nice option for you. I will have a review for it within a week hopefully.Smile

I order them both hahaha :)

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June 17, 2013
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Man, I like the look of that V3… you get both tubes too. I like, I like… Laugh

June 17, 2013
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So whats tank its best to order, I want I big one thake a lot of juices, maybe a double coil.?

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June 17, 2013
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IndSmo said

I just ordered this http://tinyurl.com/VamoV3 from fast tech and I think it would be a pretty nice option for you. I will have a review for it within a week hopefully.Smile

This is the first look I have had of the Vamo V3, I guess I expected more with the new version. I kind of don't like all the scores in the body, makes the device weird looking in my opinion. I do see that they changed the head so that you can use things like the Evod, and Kanger tanks. I still think it is a solid mod, but my first glance at it it is a bit disappointing. Guess I will be looking for your review on it.

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June 17, 2013
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Steve, do you have a Vamo V1 or V2? I have the V2 and I can use the eVods and T3S on my Vamo. I think that's the one big thing they changed from the V1 to the V2. Don't think the Protank would work though…might need the adapter for that one.

June 17, 2013
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BradM2 said

Steve, do you have a Vamo V1 or V2? I have the V2 and I can use the eVods and T3S on my Vamo. I think that's the one big thing they changed from the V1 to the V2. Don't think the Protank would work though…might need the adapter for that one.

Why would you need an adapter for a Protank, they're just standard 510.

June 17, 2013
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I have the Vamo V1 I think, but the protank works perfectly on it, and it has Ego threading, but without an adapter I can not use the Kanger tanks or evods. I like the top of the V3, but I am not a fan of the body with all of those scores in it. I know why they did it, to help keep it from slipping out of your hand, but I think it looks tacky. I guess I expected more from the V3, I am sure it is a solid device and would work well. I am looking for another mod, and since I already have a Vamo, would not want to get another one, I was looking for something different.

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