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Old 08-06-2012, 03:30 PM   #1
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I've seen a couple reviews, and I've seen little else.
Is there anyone here, who owns one and likes it and wants to recommend it?
Also, where I can nab one cheaporama is always nice... used?
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Old 08-06-2012, 11:25 PM   #2
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Ive seen and tried one-Have to say, its full of features, but aside from the magnetic connectors...another Chinese VV-made by Innokin...always great for making proprietary stuff-
Healthcabin was actually selling them for like 39.95...but dont know if theyve restocked...
You need adapters to use regular stuff with them-they have a tank system-think Lea, but cubed, VV'd and with the magnetic atty connector-

UPDATE: Hah! 87 units in stock-37.50-dont forget the adapters!

http://www.healthcabin.net/index.php...oducts_id=8093

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Old 08-07-2012, 04:04 AM   #3
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Well my gosh talk about a fast response. Thank you Okay so coolness I can even probably afford that haha! So now I'm wondering; cmac has one, uses it alot and said something about "air draw around the magnets" and how it seems a little choked off. Did you get that, when you tried it out? Do you even recall? You seem to see the system as unremarkable..?
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:05 AM   #4
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I know CMAC did a really good review on it. It at least looks cool, and CMAC was impressed with the performance.... and in turn, so was I (at least from watching the review).
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Old 08-07-2012, 07:23 AM   #5
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Well my gosh talk about a fast response. Thank you Okay so coolness I can even probably afford that haha! So now I'm wondering; cmac has one, uses it alot and said something about "air draw around the magnets" and how it seems a little choked off. Did you get that, when you tried it out? Do you even recall? You seem to see the system as unremarkable..?
Im sorry- I posted after a night with visiting relatives, so I may have been unfair-
First- grab it quick-they go out of stock really fast at Healthcabin once word gets out-
For the price, its great-theres a couple of little picky shortcomings-
Like the tank atty that Innokin loves so much (Lea, Leo, Vortex) is fine-its like an improved Lea atty- BUT- if you want to use all your other 510 stuff, you have to use an adapter, and then the cap doesnt fit-
BUT- OK, so throw away the cap and its a cool device-some people love the magnet thing, I envision losing adapters everywhere...
The button is nice-theres a puff counter, the hit and draw is fine...and its a nice weight and size...
I just get annoyed with Innokin for constantly refusing to play nicely with everyone else and making proprietary stuff-
Oh and your Ego stuff wont fit unless you use their 510>Magnet adapter>Ego adapter>Ego thing-adding some considerable length-
One more picky little thing- it has a proprietary charger-yes, you can use it as a passthru with USB-BUT the end that powers the ITaste, is a pinhole sized charger-so dont lose it!
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:31 AM   #6
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Don't lose the charger or break it like Goaro did (Charger Needed)
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:44 AM   #7
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Don't lose the charger or break it like Goaro did (Charger Needed)
I saw that! You read my mind, I was going to add that That's what reminded me, actually, to ask everyone what they think if I get that one next. I kind of like the idea of the thing showing me immediately what my carto will prefer in the way of voltage settings, for instance. It just sounds like what I could use daily and maybe get for friends starting out as well.
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:18 PM   #8
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Oh one more little thing-it only goes to 5V-not 6 Volt-
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Old 08-07-2012, 12:27 PM   #9
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for the Itaste i only got 3 minor complaints about it, one was my fault, and one is just a preference problem...firstly of course is the charger but this was my fault i was in a bit of a rush ta get out of work and pulled the wire rather than pulling from the plug end...the wires are a bit flimsy and dont stand up to any abuse...secondly it doesn't fit into a lanyard so you will have to put it into you pocket but it does have a three click on off though when you turn off the batt you do resett your counter this is just preference....and lastly my 510 addapter wont work every time...though if you wiggle it just a bit it'll make full connection and vape perfectly...oh side note i didn't think about till just now the screen fell off my device after the first drop but a little clear nailpolish on the edges clued it back in nicely and can't tell it evah fell off....
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Old 08-07-2012, 01:28 PM   #10
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the screen fell off my device after the first drop but a little clear nailpolish on the edges clued it back in nicely and can't tell it evah fell off....
So not very durable then? I don't know about anyone else but I have a bit of a grip problem and drop things frequently so durability is very important in a PV for folks like me. I like the square form factor of the unit so it won't roll off of surfaces and be damaged. I need a unit that can be dropped and continue to work without parts falling off. So far the Persei has been dropped at least 6 times since I received it and it now has a few minor scratches however it still performs just like it did when I first got it. I'm looking at the Legacy mini as a secondary unit that will provide the same durability in a smaller size or maybe the shorty tube for the Persei. Prices are close enough I might just get both when the $$ starts rolling in.
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what about the saturn drive-ability test?..

these things are weird but i could learn to live with that....but having to use that goofy magnetic connector is a total deal breaker IMO...loose that sucker and your dead in the water, same goes for the goofy charging port...no thanks..
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what about the saturn drive-ability test?..

these things are weird but i could learn to live with that....but having to use that goofy magnetic connector is a total deal breaker IMO...loose that sucker and your dead in the water, same goes for the goofy charging port...no thanks..
And that is why we can always find Innokin stuff at great prices-sometimes an innovation is just redundancy-why do they have to screw around with connectors? Are we too lazy to screw it in?
Same goes for the charger-a mini-usb wasnt good enough? Theirs had to be 'special'?
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Old 08-07-2012, 05:16 PM   #13
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what about the saturn drive-ability test?..

these things are weird but i could learn to live with that....but having to use that goofy magnetic connector is a total deal breaker IMO...loose that sucker and your dead in the water, same goes for the goofy charging port...no thanks..
They haven't called me back. I must be too good a driver for their studies...throw the curve too much...
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