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    Should I replace my Vivi Novas?

    I have been vaping for a while now and knew long ago that I wouldn't ever try to keep up with the advances in the vaping technology. I found a setup that works great for me and have stuck with it for a long while. All that to say that I have been re-wicking the same two ViviNova (3.5ml) tanks for over a year now and I've noticed that the threading on them is really starting to wear out. From what I've seen, the evod is the new tank that would probably suit my needs, but is it worth it? Do they make them with a 3ml capacity? Are they just as easy to rewick? Is the performance of the new BCC's really that much better? Or should I just mosey on over to DHGate and order myself some new vivinovas for six bucks apiece? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shockabsorber View Post
    I have been vaping for a while now and knew long ago that I wouldn't ever try to keep up with the advances in the vaping technology. I found a setup that works great for me and have stuck with it for a long while. All that to say that I have been re-wicking the same two ViviNova (3.5ml) tanks for over a year now and I've noticed that the threading on them is really starting to wear out. From what I've seen, the evod is the new tank that would probably suit my needs, but is it worth it? Do they make them with a 3ml capacity? Are they just as easy to rewick? Is the performance of the new BCC's really that much better? Or should I just mosey on over to DHGate and order myself some new vivinovas for six bucks apiece? Any help would be much appreciated. Thanks.
    I think after getting $20 worth of clearomizers to last a year you have earned yourself the right to try whatever you like

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    I agree with Rob, I think you have definitely earned yourself an upgrade!!! Maybe get yourself a couple of Vivi Novas and a couple other different ones to try and see what does it for you. You may be saying good bye to the Vivi Nova :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Evapers_Rob View Post
    I think after getting $20 worth of clearomizers to last a year you have earned yourself the right to try whatever you like
    LOL! So true, I hadn't thought of it that way! I get so focused on vaping for the lowest price possible that I forget to treat myself. Maybe I should go hog wild and buy something new. (I will still pick up another vivinova though, just to be safe)

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    Way to go Shockabsorber !!!!. I too rebuild my own vivi novas and still love them , however if you look at the polls and follow the new development most vapers have oped for bottom coil atomizers. I recently tried an inexpensive evod just to see what it is like and am quite happy with it, no flooding, no leaking ,etc. I think that should at least give one a try and from the videos they are just as easy to recoil

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    Good luck! :-)
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    I been rebuilding protanks for over 6 months now and still using the original heads I got out of the boxes all those months ago plus I also got 1 left in a blisterpac I bought at the same time. I did buy 3rd party insulators and o-rings and have a few just not usable insulators in a cup. I use the sigelei puritanks I got out of a coop several months ago, since they use protank heads and are 4 mil they are doing the job for me. The 2.5 mil protank require me to carry juice but the larger puritank I can go through my workday without refilling. I will one day buy a davide since they are a larger atty that also takes the protank heads. I have 3 puritanks, 2 in use and 1 still sealed in the box along with a small army of PT1, 2 and mini's so it might be a while before I get a davide.
    I also shy away from the dual coil setups since they sound to be more inconsistent and hassle to make perform well and difficult to rebuild. Unless there is some new vape technology that comes around, I'll be using protanks till hell freezes over
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    If the evods and protanks are easy to recoil, I'll give one of them a shot.I seem to recall that the protank has a permanent head on it though, that would be a minus.

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    Yup Protank 1 has a permanent drip tip. Try a Protank 2 for a replaceable drip tip but I'd recommend a Davide over the Protank.

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    Davide? Never even heard of it! Looks like I have some studying to do...

 

 
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