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The Vamo V2 APV (Advanced Personal Vaporizer) is a high performance, variable volt, variable watt APV. An Ecig, or electronic cigarette, much more heavy duty, more power, more vapor depending on your tank, cartomizer and settings. Features a blue OLED display, Power/Fire Button and 2 smaller + & – buttons to increase volts/wattage. The + & – buttons also have a few other settings available for your preferences.
The Vamo V2 APV e cig produces a massive amount of vapor and throat hit with the right settings, and atomizer. The Vamo V2 is for the advanced e cig user. Now around $40 for the Vamo V2 is an excellent price, solid quality and great vape! (Batteries & battery charger needed also)
I purchased my Vamo V2 about 6 months ago. It came with no instructions at all, just in a box. After a few weeks of figuring out and picking pieces of information, I put it all together with the information below.
Chrome, black chrome or stainless steel. The stainless steel version is about $10 more in price. Have heard on the chrome or black chrome Vamo versions the finish tends to wear off, and leaves blemishes on the finish. Mainly due to the oils on your hand etc. Have not had this happen to mine as of yet, I have the Black chrome version. There are Vamo wraps or skins that you can further personalize the Vamo. So if the chrome or black chrome finish blemishes, you can invest in a “wrap” or skin for it.
510 / Ego. Compatible with 510 atomizers, cartomizers, Vision Ego Clearomizer 2.0, Ego CE4 PLUS V2, Vision Vivi Nova Tanks, Smoktech DCTank
(Kanger Clearomizer requires 510-Ego Adapter)
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Vamo Wraps & Skins:
Vamo V2 with the Black Carbon Fiber skin >>
From Vapor Skinz – the Black Carbon Fiber skin also includes the smaller skin for the Vamo V2′s extender piece. Goes on very easy. Great quality skin for the Vamo V2 from Vapor Skinz. Gives the Vamo V2 a better look, better feel and improved grip! No more finger print magnet! Updated 7-3-13, Vamo skin has been on 5 months now, and still in perfect shape, still looks brand new.
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I ordered my Vamo V2 APV e cig device on sale through Exhale Vapors for $39.99. The Black Chrome version, 4 photos on page is my Vamo V2. With charger and batteries around $70 total.
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- IMR 18350 Unprotected Type (Short Battery)
- IMR 18650 Unprotected Type (Long Length Battery)
Flat or button top batteries will work in the Vamo V2
The Vamo APV e cig is not a “passthrough”, batteries are charged in a separate battery charger.
Vamo V2 Battery Configurations:
- 1 IMR 18350 battery for short length Vamo
- 2 IMR 18350 batteries double stacked for longer length Vamo
- 1 IMR 18650 battery for longer length Vamo (same length as double stacked 18350′s)
The Vamo comes with an extender center casing adapter for the longer Vamo. I prefer the shorter, single 18350 battery setup. It is a much stealthier, and good size to handle in hand. The long length option (with the 18650) battery, it begins to look like a police officers night stick.
Photo to the right >>>
Vamo V2 with extender adaptor (long version) next to a Ego 900mah King Battery e cig on the right >>>>
Single 18650 full length battery setup >>>>
With a Kanger MT3 tank on the Vamo V2
The Vamo V2 in short, 1 – 18350 battery without the extender tube casing setup is the same height as the Ego 900mah e cig with a CE4 clearomizer as you see in photo.
Vamo V2 Battery Run Time:
I’m using eFest brand IMR 3.7v on both 18350 & 18650 batteries:
- Single efest IMR 18350 is 800mah, I get about 3 hours of moderate use. 800mah expected.
- Single efest IMR 18650 is 2200mah, I get about 1-2 days vaping.
- Remaining volts (battery life) can be displayed on the Vamo’s OLED display
- Fully charged battery reads 4.2 volts, at 3.3 volts Vamo displays “LOv” – time to recharge batteries.
For example, with the 18650 2200 mAh battery, if I’m using the Vamo ALL day long the 18650 battery will last the day. If I am mixing in the Vamo along with using my other e cig battery devices, the 18650 will last a few days.
I vape at around 6.0-7.5 watts average. Ohm resistance on tanks of 2.2-2.6 range. I work from home, so have a tendency to chain vape at times. Your run time will be different based on your vaping habits, settings and choice of battery brands available. Have heard batteries do a better job once “broken in” through 5 or 10 complete charge cycles. Other brand batteries, higher priced might give you more run time. The higher the “mah”, the longer the run time, that’s the way it is suppose to work anyway.
Note: the higher you run your wattage or voltage on the vamo, your battery run time will decrease quicker. A single 18350 800mah battery above 7-8 watts only lasts maybe 2 hours for me.
Have read many recommend Panasonic IMR batteries. The quality of the battery, higher mah rating, your vaping habits, how long your “vapes” are, variable volt settings and how you take care if the batteries all determine your run time. Good idea to get yourself familiar how a volt meter works to manually check your batteries discharge & charge volts. Important not to over charge, or fully discharge the batteries. The Vamo V2 shuts down basically when battery hits 3.3 volts = Low Battery on OLED display.
Tip: purchase yourself at least 3 batteries and rotate them into the Vamo V2. Keep 2 fully charged as you use one (set) in the Vamo V2.
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