Cloud Chasing

March 24th, 2014

mvp

I'm a bit of a hardware geek, and this apparently extends to most of the endeavors I feel passionate about. Three weeks into vaping, and I'm almost completely off cigarettes. This is where that money appears to be going instead.

Vape Collection

The black unit is an iTaste MVP, which I bought as a backup. Also, it reminds me a bit of an old tube amplifier with the OCD tank mounted. That's a perfectly legitimate reason.

The shorter silver unit is a Smoktech Magneto, which I bought because…is "secondary backup" a thing?

Smoktech

Sure. We'll say it is. Anyhow, it fits well in a shirt pocket. The juices I'm using are by the Vapor Chef, who does some phenomenal work.


3 Comments »
  1. Dave wrote, running Mozilla Firefox 27.0 on Windows NT

    Remember, I warned you in your previous posting. Nice collection. I half expect to see a Panzer Mod in your next posting, maybe even something more expensive and exotic.

    For my part, I looked at the MVP, but I couldn't justify it. I may have to go take a second look. I'll also look at your e-juice supplier, mine is Azure Vaping in York, PA. Their stuff is very good.

    Comment on March 25, 2014 @ 3:01 pm

  2. phil wrote, running Mozilla 11.0 on Windows 7

    I have had the mvp for about 2 weeks and haven't had a cigar for about a week. love this thing. the thing I liked about this unit over others is the internal battery that can last for a few days. other units in this price range will need batteries and chargers that will add at least 30 bucks to the bottom line. what tanks are those?

    Comment on March 26, 2014 @ 11:42 pm

  3. Erik wrote, running Google Chrome 33.0.1750.152 on Ubuntu Linux

    Those are OCD tanks. Airflow is phenomenal, and maintenance is very easy.

    Comment on March 27, 2014 @ 1:16 am

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