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    Egrip....no muss no fuss. That little thing rocks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Budz View Post
    Why not go for the MVP 2.0? Same device as the iStick, but I just prefer it over the iStick due to charging my phone and it lasts me 2 days. It's a bit taller than the iStick, but it's known to be a quality VV/VW device. Not sure if you want to move into regulated box mods though, that's a different story.
    They are vastly different.
    I'm also a woman, and have arthritic fingers and wrists, smallish hands. My MVP was too heavy and the button too stiff. I hardly ever used it at all, but it is great for charging OTHER things. It's almost an inch taller, and thicker by about 1/8 inch. I can hide an istick in my hand, that's not the case with the MVP, which I can hardly hold, and not hold and use.
    I'm up to 6 iSticks-- yes, that's enough. But I'm planning ahead. They are great little rigs and will see me through the next year I think. I only use 2 daily but rotate them so hopefully they won't wear out too quickly.
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    Quote Originally Posted by projectjudi View Post
    I love my iStick but when I have it fully charge it works great. when it gets to about 1/3 of the way down the charge goes within a couple of hours. Hope it's not going to bite the dust but kinda think it's a sign.
    My mom is asking me what I want for Christmas and I know I want something vape related so was thinking of getting something to replace/add to what I have.
    I would like to get a new Istick in one way but would like to see if they make a bit of a better model with better threading.(and would definitely recommend this to anyone)
    So keeping in mind that I am only just about 3 months in and don't want something too complicated what would you suggest? I want to act fairly quickly as I don't think I would last long with only the old egos. Would also like to keep it under/around $100
    I have 3- Isticks. I find the first half of the battery life lasts long, then the bottom half of life is a lot shorter. But when you charge any battery they seem to go up really quick then take a long time to topup that last bit. My trucks gas tank seems to work the same way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amoca View Post
    They are vastly different.
    I'm also a woman, and have arthritic fingers and wrists, smallish hands. My MVP was too heavy and the button too stiff. I hardly ever used it at all, but it is great for charging OTHER things. It's almost an inch taller, and thicker by about 1/8 inch. I can hide an istick in my hand, that's not the case with the MVP, which I can hardly hold, and not hold and use.
    I'm up to 6 iSticks-- yes, that's enough. But I'm planning ahead. They are great little rigs and will see me through the next year I think. I only use 2 daily but rotate them so hopefully they won't wear out too quickly.
    That's true...size of hand does really matter between both. My mother didn't like the MVP as much for the sturdiness as you said. I guess its personal preference when it comes to choosing between both.
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    Quote Originally Posted by amoca View Post
    They are vastly different.
    I'm also a woman, and have arthritic fingers and wrists, smallish hands. My MVP was too heavy and the button too stiff. I hardly ever used it at all, but it is great for charging OTHER things. It's almost an inch taller, and thicker by about 1/8 inch. I can hide an istick in my hand, that's not the case with the MVP, which I can hardly hold, and not hold and use.
    I'm up to 6 iSticks-- yes, that's enough. But I'm planning ahead. They are great little rigs and will see me through the next year I think. I only use 2 daily but rotate them so hopefully they won't wear out too quickly.
    Same for me, I barely used the mvp and gave it away. I know a lot of people like them but for me it was too cumbersome. I think the next one is going to be a bit more compact? Not sure.

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    I have been looking and wondering if you guys would recommend sigelei? In January they are coming out with a mini 30 watt unit. I would really like your thoughts on this. I know it's not out yet but is sigelei a good product? I really like the idea that it uses a removable battery.

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    Why not the new MVP 20watt??

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    The sigelei 100 watt is very popular here in Wpg. One of the better manufacturers imho. 30 watt sig mini sounds interesting, prob be a hit if priced right. 30 watt mvp coming out in a couple weeks, same old dated box though, but they have proven to be long lasting and damn near indestructible.

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    Sigelei Mini 30W 30 Watt Variable Wattage Box Mod PRE ORDER

    This is just a pre order but the price seems reasonable. Saw a UTube video and it's about the size of an IStick maybe even smaller. The new MVP is going to be too large for me. Too bad that they didn't take the lead from the IStick.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iC1JKuA7U2Q

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWDawg View Post
    The sigelei 100 watt is very popular here in Wpg. One of the better manufacturers imho. 30 watt sig mini sounds interesting, prob be a hit if priced right. 30 watt mvp coming out in a couple weeks, same old dated box though, but they have proven to be long lasting and damn near indestructible.
    Too bad! I was really hoping they'd downsize that new MVP a bit. The iStick and the new iStick mini are taking that market away from the MVP, and that's a shame.
    The Vapor Shark and the eGrip are also nice, small devices but pricier than the cheap iStick...
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