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Review - L-Rider Robust VV
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Review - L-Rider Robust VV
I purchased this from http://www.safercigs.co.uk/ with the 14500 batteries, as always a very quick delivery.

Will post a follow up in a few days.





Panic over!

Reason the Kanger and stardust weren't working sussed, just had to pull the pole down on them a fraction and made contact, wasn't an issue with the device, just me having screwed them in to far with an ego battery!
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13/11/12 08:04 PM
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Good honest review there Mark,
Was getting quite interested until you mentioned the battery life, I can usually go through 3 14500 on my Piccolo with a 2.1 ohm coil on a typical day as it is. The ohms reading is a real nice touch and still may keep me interested enough to watch for a follow up review.

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RE: Review - L-Rider Robust VV
Thanks for the review, looks a bit more sturdy than the LT, love the spring mounted connection and the resistance reader,
neat little mod for the money
13/11/12 08:48 PM
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Todd, can you tell/do you know if this is V(average) or V(RMS)?
13/11/12 09:27 PM
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(13/11/12 09:27 PM)Sylvie Wrote:  Todd, can you tell/do you know if this is V(average) or V(RMS)?

No idea and personally and this is me mind, don't care Big Grin
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(13/11/12 09:45 PM)todd Wrote:  
(13/11/12 09:27 PM)Sylvie Wrote:  Todd, can you tell/do you know if this is V(average) or V(RMS)?

No idea and personally and this is me mind, don't care Big Grin

Good answer! My vaping budget is £2 overspent this month and now I can put off being tempted!
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Thanks Todd.
Quite a nice wee thing, certainly very decent for the money.

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(13/11/12 09:50 PM)Sylvie Wrote:  
(13/11/12 09:45 PM)todd Wrote:  
(13/11/12 09:27 PM)Sylvie Wrote:  Todd, can you tell/do you know if this is V(average) or V(RMS)?

No idea and personally and this is me mind, don't care Big Grin

Good answer! My vaping budget is £2 overspent this month and now I can put off being tempted!

glad i could help.
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RE: Review - L-Rider Robust VV
The robust regulates nearly same correct as the old LT1.
It is all little more weak than the LT1 but this is because of the small 14500 which aren't made for this.
Overall a nice little gadget.

I suggest the Sony US14500 (bright green) for maximum fun.

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(13/11/12 09:59 PM)Captain Blackbird Wrote:  The robust regulates nearly same correct as the old LT1.
It is all little more weak than the LT1 but this is because of the small 14500 which aren't made for this.
Overall a nice little gadget.

I suggest the Sony US14500 (bright green) for maximum fun.

Damn! I'm still resisting though. Only 2 weeks 1 hour and 50 minutes to next months budget.
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