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  1. So after vaping Volcano's Inferno (Ego) for quite some time I decided it was time to upgrade. I looked at several mods but decided that for the price the LAVATUBE was probably worth the money. Much like I had assumed it really was worth the money. Obviously you shouldn't use a low res atomizer or cartomizer on it but with the 3.0 ohm atomizer I am blown away. I can dial it in and get it perfect. I can dial it down and it's not enough or I can dial it up and it can be too much. I think for the price this thing can't be beat. Even though it looks cheap it is really well crafted. It might not be as heavy as some of the more expensive mods but it is definitely well made. The threads are smooth, it is very solid, has a clicky button, and the only rattle comes from the buttons that adjust the voltage even though it is not much of a rattle at all. This thing may not be built like a tank but I would say it is built like a while manufactured car. I just thought I would post this for people interested in buying one to see that it may be what they are looking for. Even though there are already plenty of reviews I figured it may just take one more to sway someone.
  2. There have been a couple of posts recently asking about variable voltage PVs. After thinking about it for a bit, I can only think of 4 suppliers selling manufactured variable voltage PVs. 1. Notcigs - Buzz, Infinity 2. Vaprlife - Joker, Diamante (and a few others) 3. Provape - Provari 4. Nhaler - carries the Darwin Are there any others? Edit: Just thought of another one - Vapormoon - Saber Touch.
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