TheAegisClaw: A shame it won't fit my Kayfun or I'd be tempted.
Gareth Witty: Of couse I am would like to try a iClear30s but have to wait :-(
Elcapitano R.T.Z: Hi scott thanks for your reviews really help the beginners ive got a rok
legend i moved on from ecigalikes didn't like being reminded of the old
fags but i find with the rok legend im not getting enough vapour would this
be a better option or is there something else you could recommend?
fuzzjunky: i've got an MVP 2 on the way :)
TheLogicalAtheistOne kp: I have a vtr and its great. this thing can stop a bullet
Gareth Witty: another top notch review, but I think I would have issues with the weight,
but from what I hear its a stellar device and I think the new iClear30s
Clearomiser is being praised with much regard :-)
Valter Nascimento: Hey again Scott, so about the e-liquids, by your preference, what to choose
to use with both the Nemesis and the Innokin VTR? Cheers!
Daren pink: Thanks at last someone whos explains things nice and simple
Michael Gorman: Looks good, trifle on the expensive side-excellent review as always mate...
SuzieLady: Hiya Scott..Great review as always matey :-)
My fiance has just brought me one of these for Christimas, so can't get my
hands on it yet *sulks Shame about being limited with the tank but
hopefully I will get on well with the one provided.
All the best love x
Ady Thomson: Update. The new innokin iclear30 b tank is fantastic, but you guessed it,
it doesn't fit in the 19mm bracket of the vtr, very very annoyed :-(
bagpopuk: Great device. The button placement is questionably wrong but is something
you get used to in very little time. The weight issue is more difficult to
overcome but persevere, and you will adjust.
Now, for those who are a dab hand with sticky back plastic or fancy xmas
wrapping paper (the really tough stuff), craft knives/scalpels, sellotape,
steel rules, and/or superglue, here's a tip in creating a cheap sleeve for
your VTR. An empty pack of superking cigarettes (preferably Pall Mall
Superkings, 'cos the packet contains 19 cigs and has nice, chamfered
corners), when emptied of cigs and the foil liner, is a glove into which
the VTR fits like a hand.
There, I planted the seed. Grow!
jake jackson: Looks like a phone
kai cutts: rely good video when i screw the adapter on hasnt there got to be a certain
size atomiser or cartomiser to screw on top
phil ellis: I have had this a month now...really enjoy it..i would like to find one of
these genesis tanks you speak of...hyda is it?
john lowndes: another top review scott and a nice looking mod.
nick w: the transcript fails with his accent. good video though!
Carl Richardson: This must be the old batch, as i have just received mine from a different
vendor at a very much lower price than the vendor you mention and the VTR
now comes with a fixed 510 which makes the device rattle free and holds the
tanks firmly in place, also this 510 also has 4 air channels cut into the
surface and two holes.
Valka: I like your videos, very well presented and all ways very informative. Your
a great guy! :)
lutobor13: Nice review, rubbish mod. :)
Maurice Atkinson: did you ever find your atty?.
Anuar Hamid: Another fantastic review. Any possibility that you would know what's the
lowest resistance the vtr accepts and is there any cutoff? Like it stops
firing after you hold down the firing button for let say 10 sec? Thanks
Sexual Potato: I've been rocking a VTR for a few months now. It's been dropped, beaten,
and cursed at, in addition to seeing heavy, daily use from my
chain-vaping. The main button up front has begun to feel a little loose,
but it still reliably fires up! It's really a solid piece of equipment.
ZombiteDeSade: Had mine a little over a month now, got it to replace an MVP which was
going strong for a while until the button fell off whilst I was at work. I
like box mods, always have, ever since the Reo mods which were my main
vaping devices for years. The VTR is a quality, incredibly well built
device. As Scott says, you can't go wrong in terms of sheer simplicity with
the VV/VW options here. Yes its a bit heavy and yeah it does limit the
sheer array of atty devices you can put on it, but frankly the iclear 30s
tanks are probably the best I've ever used. They don't leak like novas and
the vapour isn't cold and muted like the pro tanks. Love my VTR, worth
every penny IMO.
Bryan Sage: I have had mine for over a month. I really like it. There is a lot of
talk about its weight. I like it because I work out of doors. The weight
makes it easy to find in my layers of clothing. Its also easy to use with
gloves and the most stable mod I own when it comes to standing on it's own.
The replacement price of coils/carto's makes the tank a waste of time even
though I like it. My Kanger tanks all work well with it. One more plus.
I reckon it would come in handy in a pub fight. Great review as always
MrTerrierLove: I have the protank 2 on mine. That's how I prefer it for looks AND
Brlja2: Hey, can you check if Cobra can fit on this device?
kai cutts: what would you say is the best ecig all your videos are great by the way :)
Ady Thomson: I've had mine for a month, love the thing, the only problem I have found
with the 30s as with the original 30 is that unless I use 100% vg the
eliquid pisses out the bottom, not sure if I'm missing something but I
can't see what, any thoughts mr bonner? :-)
inxs13: Love the reviews as always. Hope you locate that atty soon. Best luck my
Sig Shooter: Great review as usual Scott.
PS I lose alot of things in my bed somehow. Check there. lol :D