So I don’t usually do reviews, but I wanted to take just a moment to say how much I’m enjoying this device. The device in question is the #Vamo. I bought it from #ElectoNicStix and it cost me just under 50$. It’s a variable volt, variable watt device and my first foray into the world of real VV APVs. I’ve been using the Ego-C Upgrade Passthrough that has a VV mode but it basically disables the regulator that controls the output so instead of getting a constant 3.3v output, it will put out somewhere in the vicinity of 4.3 and gradually decline as the battery goes. This has been ok for me as I’m generally using it while it’s connected to my computer. I did want to see if I couldn’t get a more consistent vape over the weekends though and that was part of the reason for the Vamo. That and I wanted to get my head into the whole MOD space. That said, the Vamo was a great start; though, I’ve struggled to find just the right settings to mimic the flavor and vapor that I got from my Ego’s while they were plugged in.
Currently, I’m using the Vamo with a Kanger ProTank (I’ve gone back and forth between the ProTank and the Evod’s that I’ve been using on my Egos). The ProTank is a bit more airy than the Evods and I think I’m loosing a bit more flavor to it but I recently read a post that suggested using the Evod heads with it so I may try that here shortly. I’m also stuck on the G2Vapors G2 flavor. It’s a green apple and Absinthe that’s really very good. I just ordered their Shocker and I’m looking forward to trying it as well.
All of this comes courtesy of ElectroNicStix (though I occasionally fill in from MyVapeStore as well if ES is out of something like heads or batteries). Both sources have been amazing in terms of getting me supplies quickly and the guys at ElectroNicStix are fantastic for answering questions and helping a guy out.
Anyway, that’s all from me for the time being. Hope your day is going well.