Jason L: I thought the vamo was huge, this must come pretty close!! i'll stick with
the MVP a change from all the tube mods, great review anyway bro
OptimoCSM: No comparsion there lol...the MVP puts it to shame by far. It's the most
solid made and heavy box mod I've used.
OptimoCSM: Just tried it...not even close to fitting.
OptimoCSM: Thank you :-)
Debbie Turner: i like that, it's cool looking
Matthew: Nice review to the point and direct. No bs. Thanks
OptimoCSM: I love the looks of it...feels like I'm vaping with some fancy heavy
machinery or something lol.
OptimoCSM: Depends alot on your vaping style...I get more life out of 2 stacked
18350's than I do a single 18650. With my vaping style I get around 8 hours
of vape time...I know other people that can make them last 2 days. So it
nickhow100: mines auto turning of after only a few goos tokes and have to press 3 times
again to turn back on ,, thats on a full battery bye the way , any ideas?
angel blade: nice review spidey. Love watching your vids
OptimoCSM: Thank you :-)
vefa00ify: Optimo, it's good to see you back. Always enjoy your Reviews.
OptimoCSM: Yeah it's pretty big but it can get rather small if you use one 18350. I
still use the MVP every now and then it's a damn nice box mod for sure.
OptimoCSM: Oh...gotcha, hell I've been using 2 sets of 18350's for about 2 years now
and they still perform damn good. I have yet to have a AW IMR stop working
or lose it's ability to keep a charge in my 3+ years of vaping. I've had
some trustfire batteries go dead on me though within a few months. If you
stick with great banrds like AW you are prob looking at years of recharges.
You can prob find more info about the real lifespan by googling something
like "lifespan of AW 18650 batteries".
Mexximus: Thanks alot for the advice. I have found the batteries to be a bit of a
rdv66: Nice review as always , This would be nice if it had A locking ring to keep
from over tightening but A solid mod none the less !
h8uall66: OK, that settles it. I'm ordering one today. Thanks for the review!
OptimoCSM: No problem, I've used both flat top and nipple top without any problems.
dragonbone5000: Great review, thanks!
Candi McCann: Great to see you back!
tabula123456: Sorry my mistake..I didn't explain myself properly..I meant overall what is
the life of a 18350 battery...before I have to replace it. How many
recharges can you expect to get...before it has completely died..
Haizum74: Ha, it looks like a sonic screwdriver
OptimoCSM: Np, thank you :-)
OptimoCSM: Thanks...but spidey looks like a total kitty...you can call me Optimo :-)
kiltegolf: Great review thank you, this will be my first mod. Does this mod take
button top batteries, flat top or doesn't it matter? Thanks in advance
OptimoCSM: Thank you...The only mod batteries I use and would recommend are AW's or
E'Fest IMR's. The charger I've been using for 3+ years is a simple cheap
Trustfire TR001...never had any problems out of it. Check out RTDVapor .
com they have the AWs and nice chargers at the best prices.
Jake Rall: what does the variable wattage do what woyuld I use this for iv never had a
battery like this I have vision spiiners and just ordered one of these what
does varable wattage me ezackly?
Mexximus: Great review and very helpful! Can you recommend a rechargeable 18650 batt
/ charger. You said non protective but im not sure what that is lol. Im
conscious when my batts run out its going to cost alot!
tabula123456: Hey....what type of life are you looking at for those 18350 or 18650
batteries....say you recharge them once a day....how long, on average,
before they die? 1 week, 1 month...6 months...??
tabula123456: Oh...really....that's good to know...I thought they had a shorter
lifespan...Cheers for that mate. I will invest in some good ones.
zkbutler: Hey Optimo. I ordered an MVP based on your last review. How would you
compare the MVP to a Mad Vapes VV box. I dig the box style the best
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