Tamkash, from everything you have said I do think the DAV is the best choice for your move into the world of mods. I don't think you will like the OMG AD...... it is heavy and not adjustable. I still occasionally use mine.... but bought it before there was so many other choices on the Vapor4Life menu. The smaller DAV may be just the right size to help you comfortably make the transition. The only trade off is in battery life when you go with the small one. Therefore it might be better ti stick with the sc cargoes to preserve battery life. As far as your preference betwwen auto or manual, if you like to take long draws you might be best with the manual. Some have complained of the shorter cut off time in the auto. Personally, I have not felt it to be a problem because I drag more like a regular ciggy on the auto and therefore shoter draws. Again everything is a matter of personal preference.....so I don't want to suggest which you would like better. You might want to try a smileomizer when you order as well.....so you can get the full range of different vaping experiences............my preferences change by the day, as may yours.
I hope they have a good sale on them soon........sadly you just missed the 20% off of everything..... including g the DAVs.
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Yes, that 20% off everything would probably be your best bang for your buck since the DAV's were included. BHam, will that deal ever come back? Or was it a 2 day special sort of thing? I 2nd adding a smileomizer to your order. They look good on a DAV and work MUCH better than the regular 1ml cartos.
Ok, thanks Brandon. Was just curious, i'll make sure to make good use of it the next time around.
There are a lot of choices, dripping atomizers, RBA's, RDA's, mechanical mods, and on and on. New stuff coming out all the time. RBA's and RDA's deal with building your own coils. I know someone who has built quad coils and coils with resistances down to less that .3 ohms, and is working on a even more extreme coils. BTW, Ohms that low produce an extremely warm vape and you need batteries that can handle the current which can only be done with mechanical mods and batteries that can handle the draw which can climb to 20-30+ amps.
Look around, read up, visit VapeTV, lots of info.
Think there is 2 options really, a step up in vaping with a DAV and a huge leap with heading down the mech mod and rebuild able route.
Think it all comes down to your wants and needs as a vaper really,
I myself have gone from a stick batt and refilling cartos to a bigger battery and tanks and am now happily building genesis style coils and wicks, that route is a huge step and tbh is not for the feint hearted by any means.
A variable volt device and a tank would be my choice either with carto tanks or a clearomizer type delivery system.