My new Auto Dial-A-Volt...
...is a wholly awesome device. I received mine this afternoon in an unexpected vape-mail package. An unexpected but welcomed gift. Usually when I get a new battery of any kind, I generally make it a rule to charge it fully before the first use, but alas, this time I could not wait.
I have been reading and watching all the hype surrounding the Auto DAV, and I was eagerly awaiting the time when I could order mine. A number of very exciting things are happening at Vapor4Life, and rumors abound about the "next revolutionary" mod slated to be released any day now. I have been holding back ordering until the big reveal, but what I should have done was order the A-DAV right away.
I have made no secret here on the Vapor4Life forum, and other places about my love for the original manual DAV, and everything I love about the original has been included in the new auto version. (sans manual button of course!) One of the best parts of the DAV line is the variable voltage feature. The new A-DAV has the same VV capabilities as the original Manual DAV, and is controlled by the same "dial" function at the base. (the voltage markings are different by .1v though, maybe to set the unit apart from its manual counter part, but not entirely sure why)
The A-DAV is sleek, sturdy, and smacks of quality. For a larger auto battery, the draw is a true joy; smooth and easy. It looks streamlined and sleek topped with a 3.5ml tank. Attachment 690 It looks trendy topped with a standard carto attached. Attachment 691 Even the 6mil tank looks well-placed and at home atop the A-DAV. Attachment 692 If you have been on the fence about going in on a variable voltage (VV) device, I urge you to try one of the Dial-A-Volt models. I promise you will not be sorry!Attachment 693
Re: My new Auto Dial-A-Volt...
Thanks for the pics Darin! Glad you are enjoying it! I'm puffing away on mine right now and I love it!