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Innokin vtr
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Innokin vtr
I'm looking for a mod that will be good in a top pocket of my overhauls and was thinking of the vtr because of the shield around the atomizer would this be a good mod for this.
07/04/14 05:34 AM
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It's pretty heavy mate, maybe a mvp 2.0 would be more pocket friendly.

07/04/14 05:48 AM
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RE: Innokin vtr
It's a great mod but I reckon it would be a bit too heavy for overalls and would end up irritatingly pulling the pocket down

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07/04/14 06:15 AM
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RE: Innokin vtr
Agree with both posts above, they're really heavy and I wouldn't really want to carry mine around in a pocket, it's been indoor use only or when I'm sitting in the garden.

07/04/14 06:18 AM
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RE: Innokin vtr
When working, I leave mine standing on my bench. Out and about, top pocket of a Levi jacket. HeHe!

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07/04/14 07:13 AM
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RE: Innokin vtr
The VTR is a good VV mod but I agree with the above posts that it is heavy for the pocket. Wink

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07/04/14 01:41 PM
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RE: Innokin vtr
i carry mine with me its my main peice of kit now that i have spare battery i never use the 134 lol

il agree its heavy but slim ( ish) i get a good day out of it without a charge normally 5am---6pm
07/04/14 01:53 PM
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I'm listening to all that has been said the main reason I was looking at the vtr is the protection it gives to the atomizer because I tend to lean on things and I thought it would protect the atomizer from snapping off.
07/04/14 03:30 PM
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Bear in mind that any tank you put in has to be under i beleive 20mm in width is the max without using the adaptor
07/04/14 03:39 PM
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RE: Innokin vtr
Yes duggie that will be my next thing to look for so if anyone has any recommendations I would be very grateful.
07/04/14 04:50 PM
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