Vamo V5 tank ideas

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  1. neilcritc's Avatar

    neilcritc said:

    Advice Vamo V5 tank ideas

    Good afternoon,

    Been uisng a vamo for a while and think its brilliant but yet to find a tank which meets the requirements. Currently i am using a Kangertech Unitank which are good but do leak..
    Was thinking about a kangertech aero seems to get great reviews

    any thoughts?

    thanks
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    demonology said:

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    don't know much about the Kangertech aero, but i've been using the X8 tank which has been pretty good for a few months now.
    I really want the Aspire Nautilus tank though, which has very good reviews aswell.
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    AspectUK said:

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    I watched some reviews on YouTube of the KangerTech Aero, they are all pretty positive on the tank with its air flow adapter, but the majority slate the coils.
    I have the Protank 3 on an MVP 2 and to be honest it is pretty much identical without the air-flow part and I don't have any problem with the coils at all.
    The MVP came with an Innokin iTaste and that's complete bobbins .. floods constantly and is pretty weak for vapour and flavour, so in comparison to that the Kangers are awesome.
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    AspectUK said:

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    Since the last post I got curious and went and bought the Aero .. damn you!
    Gotta say it's better than the Protank 3, vaping is effortless and you get a lot of vapour.
    Not had any problem with the coil at all .. maybe I've just been lucky, but that's the Protank 2, 3 and Aero and never had any issues.

    Whilst I was buying it the guy showed me another similar tank that rather than spinning the ring to cover the holes you simply turned it one click at a time and it revealed a larger hole one way or smaller hole the other. Feckin thing was huge, could've made a brew in the damn thing!

    Was 10 more expensive so I went for the Aero instead. I recommend it.
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    neilcritc said:

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    Got the protank 3 and will see how I get on aero I think will be the next one keep me updated on your thoughts please
    Thanks for the advice
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    4me2 said:

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    i've got a vamo 5 for home use with a pro tank 2.

    The vamo though is too bulky to be taking out and about I find.

    For out of house use I've just recently been using Vision Spinner 2 which are pretty good but not a touch on a Vamo.
    The variable wattage really does make a difference to the taste of the juices. Variable Voltage is good but variable Voltage and Wattage really is the bollox.
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    Ganty said:

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    I'm sporting a vape hq nova at the minute, and quite like it. Came with different coils to change resistance, haven't had a play with those yet. Currently burning at between 3.7 and 4 volts, any higher and I just get a burnt taste. Is this likely to be the quality of the liquid of the resistence of the coil? The notes for my variable voltage device recommend using 4.5 volts, but this ruins the flavour.
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    4me2 said:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ganty View Post
    I'm sporting a vape hq nova at the minute, and quite like it. Came with different coils to change resistance, haven't had a play with those yet. Currently burning at between 3.7 and 4 volts, any higher and I just get a burnt taste. Is this likely to be the quality of the liquid of the resistence of the coil? The notes for my variable voltage device recommend using 4.5 volts, but this ruins the flavour.
    The higher the no of ohms on the coil should mean the less voltage needed.
    I suspect you have a low ohm coil fitted if you are getting burnt taste on 4.5 volts.
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    apollo said:

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    if u have a protank you can buy the Protank airflow control valve from [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] or [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]