Gunnar Hegg: you blow the most amazing Os
Nina Booker: Hi...noob here. I don't know if anyone has asked this yet but how do you
know which atomisers have a high/low resistance?
CountryHouseGent: What a superb channel and nice real world reviews. Cheers.
uktottys: Really clear video quality, so rare! Did you have problems with the battery
not connecting due to that horrible battery door?
Andrew Bailey: how long does the battery last?
Quinzy Hebbins: VTR? More like DVR. That thing is big.
Stuart Callender: Hey Scott, there's a shop in Glasgow selling the VTR, the tank, the case,
an 18650 and a charger for £65. Good deal?
Grace Minner: Hey mate. The have updated the spinning ring to two versions bother are now
stationery. However one has four air channels on top of the ring which is
how mine is and the other has only two channels but also has two holes
also. So in any case no matter how you hold the vtr you will have adequate
air flow. Just got mine two days ago n luv it. Thanks for the review.
strykerboy23: fyi they have updated the bottom dial at the bottom where it's a fixed dial
just bought one so much better no more rattling. great vjd peace.
Mark Amsterdam: I have VTR and it is great!!manage to get the battery to last for solid
five days (Samsung SDI 2E22,settings at 3.5V and 7.0W) with midium usage
equal to smoking 20 cigs a day!!
Vaper Holster: A fantastic piece of kit, going to make a quality leather case for it,
another great video well produced
Gunzee: I have a strange one mate. I use two tanks, one shows A3.5 and the other
A1.9 using P7 so 7 watts. The 1.9 should be hotter right? The resistance is
lower but it's actually the other way round, I had to dial down to 4
because 7 was way to high and gave a harsh taste and throat sensation. Why
is this? On the vtr A=ohms right? The only sense I can make of this is that
A actually means amps. Otherwise this makes no sense whatsoever because as
you know 3.5 is very high and would require much more power right?
Nedspodos: I have a Samsung Li-Ion 18650 3.7V 2600mAh-ICR18650-26F Rechargeable
Battery that I use in this. I use a Kangertech Protank with a 2.2 Ohm
coil. I vape about a tank a day. I have it set at P 7.5, U 3.8 and A 2.4.
This will give me just under 2 days worth of a charge to the yellow color.
At the yellow the ITaste VTR seems to not get the best performance during
vaping in then which I will change to my freshly charged battery. Is it
best to charge the battery when it becomes yellow or should I use it down
till it becomes red? How long of a usage life will these batteries last at
sponge me: personally i think the vtr is overated,yes it looks great but the wheel
thats used for volts and watts.control is very hit and miss,i wish i had
bought the 134 instead,hope this helps,happy vaping all
squid4104: What charger and batteries would be compatible with this and where can I
get them from in the UK?
The Gamers Crib: The thing that would drive me insane with the VTR is the finger prints.
Much like my mobile phone that I'm constantly wiping off the screen on my
shirt or other soft cloth, I imagine if I had one of these I'd be
constantly wiping off all the finger prints. Having to use the extension
tube however to use my bigger tanks would (to me) mean that I'm using
another mod entirely for my larger tanks which would defeat the purpose of
buying this one.
The i30 tank that comes with the MVP and VTR I just don't think are all
that great. If they supplied a really fantastic tank (for me, the aerotank
mega is a wonderful tank but too large for this) similar to some of the
great tanks available and it fit their device I'd run (not walk) to go get
one of these units.
I think it's great for people that don't use large tanks, but for the 5ml
tankers, it's a bust. Yeah, I just hate the look of it with the extension
tube that much, probably because it looks beautiful with a tank sitting in
the correct location though.
Thakiid101: not enough wattage to chuck the clouds bro
Chris Hall: Hiya Scott bought one yesterday and lov it. I used a Kanga pro tank 2 on
this only to find major leaking any info?
Great review and keep up the good work.
Ira Robinson: I've used one of these for a couple of months now and love it. It works
great and is VERY solid.
I moved into this one from a Tesla and a Vamo VV/VW type, and I tend to
like this one quite a bit more. It feels great in the hand, shocks people
when they see it and, if nothing else, makes a great conversation starter
Steven Peck: Thank you for the great vid, very informative I have been looking into
getting one myself. Think I will.
GCIIRonaldo: Hey Scott (everyone feel free to answer), does this specific iTaste come
with a battery or should I buy one in advance? Also the iTaste MVP V2, does
it come with a battery or do you need to install one by yourself? Thanks
for the help in advance guys!
gimpeyLegs: Hey Scott does the aspire nautalis mini fit in this mod ?
Trillockboy Watson: I don't think I am too worried about using the extension tube for a larger
diameter tank, because it is not much difference than using my Aspire
Nautilus on my MVP v2, as that tank is near enough as long as the
MVP.........:) Just waiting for my VTR to arrive in the post.
Thomas Dingle: Hi Again Scott, Just wanted to ask, Is the discount code still work. Or was
there a time limit on when you can use it by?
Celsiuz: Hey mate. Why is there so little info anywhere about the genesis hydra
atomiser you're talking so much about? I could only find one online for
120$. That's a bit too steep for me. Can you show me which one you mean or
where to order it from?
Also, I bought this device (the VTR), but I can't figure out if it's the
atomiser over-producing e-liquid so that my mouth feels like absolute
rancid horror after 15 or so drags, or if it's the actual e-liquid that is
of crape quality. It's called e-puff.com camel 24mg. Ugh, it's so rancid
mate lol. I just want a normal camel-tasting e-liquid that doesn't turn
your mouth into a nuclear zone. Would you also happen to know which one I
can buy that is of highest quality when it comes to camel liquid? Thanks in
TheAegisClaw: A shame it won't fit my Kayfun or I'd be tempted.
MrHairyNutz: 7:30 you blew a great smoke ring, you oughta make a how-to video on doing
Advection357: I think I'll get an Itaste SVD... this one seems a bit over the top.
Gareth Witty: Of couse I am would like to try a iClear30s but have to wait :-(
George Arzola: I have an ego twist 900 mah battery. The battery lasts me until Friday, I
guess I am a Light Vaper so how much time will a 2000 mah battery last me?
lutobor13: Nice review, rubbish mod. :)
Atheistscumbag kp: I have a vtr and its great. this thing can stop a bullet
Dylan Tayag: "Taste it, love it". "Not sure what that's all about.." hahahahah that's
exactly what I said when I got it!
laug66: I have had this for two months and it is the best you can get. Ego-type
tanks do not give this consistency and quality. The vtr does not allow or
encourage faffing about with your wicks and your coils, You replace the
inside easily and it always works, If you want a great vape with no hassle,
this is it!
DocterKnockor: Your smoke rings... The only reason why I watch your videos. xD
P1ng37: gotta vape that thing with medical gloves
Jonathon Jones: I need a website to order good but cheap natural flovors to smoke out of my
cool fire 2 ecig!, any suggestions?
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 :-)
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!
Antonio rodriguez: Don't buy this, i have one, and i have heard of many who had the same
issue. The connector where you screw in your atomizer is made out of brass,
it wears out and your atomizer won't stay put and it won't make any
connection making this device useless.
Daren pink: Thanks at last someone whos explains things nice and simple
whelkshuffler: It looks like the battery release button at the bottom isn't proud, so it
would stand on end ok without wobblin'. is that true?
kai cutts: what would you say is the best ecig all your videos are great by the way :)
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.
jake jackson: Looks like a phone
chucky braswell: ok so when the battery dies do you have to buy a new one or can you charge
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.