However given the choice, if the kids are not with me to mess the car up I will choose to drive my audi over the subaru every time!
Okay I am wayyy behind on this and too much to do to catch up. Twizted, did you ever decide on just one? I'll probaby never own a provari* but have an original buzz that kicks butt so am somewhat biased but jealous as well. Also have a knock-off LT that works just fine thank you.
*I DO have a birthday coming up but hubs doesn't even know where the power button is on a computer. How do I handle this? Post his cell #? LOL. He'd love that! NOt! He's has a great hat: Disfunctional veteran, leave me alone!
Rebecca, Univapor. All 510 equip: Ask, I've probably got it unless it's some new do-dad.
Just got my Provari V2... What the hell are y'all doing to hit the amp limit on this thing? I've got a 2ohm carto tank on it and it's ROCKIN'. Can't imagine wanting to go higher than 4v with that.
Scratch that. Went up to 4.2v and it's epic. Took a hit off it at 4.5ohms and it started to taste a little burnt. That's still only 2.1A.
Last edited by Chaos; 05-03-2012 at 02:02 PM.
I'm a big fan(boy?) of the Smoktech Vmax, because among other things, it can power very low resistance coils at high volts (to wattages that would be arguably unnecessary) because of its 5-amp switch, but that's not why you called.
I plead guilty to not having read this whole thread, and I also wonder if you've bought either one of the two devices yet, but this is a comment I've made before about the ProVari V2, which I've held and used, but just once. (That said, I've read a hell of a lot about it as well). My comment was that considering it to be a drawback that it won't power certain resistances at certain voltage levels might be a little bit like considering it a drawback that a Lamborghini doesn't do well at towing a boat trailer. Use either for what's it's best suited to, and you should get a very good ride.
I've spoken with Buzz, and he's a fine guy with a fine product, but I'd have to go with a ProVari out of the two. It's just so damn well-made and highly regarded that I don't think anyone could go too far wrong with one.
Last edited by John D in CT; 05-03-2012 at 04:47 PM.
I have test driven the Provari and I WILL purchase it because of its iconic nature (I am an enthusiast, what can I say?). I'm waiting for the blue LEDs to be back in stock. It's a really solid device and feels good in hand. It's a looker, too (and so much the more with blue LEDs, in satin black)! My only issue is that within 10 minutes of trying it, I found a carto in my daily rotation that I couldn't vape for the sake of an E2. This pushed me toward the Buzz Pro as my main device. This does not mean a limited ed. Provari cannot be my beautiful, blue-eyed, well-heeled mistress...