Vivi Nova Vision Tanks-Phenomenal
Vivi Nova Vision Tanks Hands Down, Excellent
Here’s a little background story and how it started. First came cartomizers, and dripping and dripping got annoying so I moved up to cleromizers. Then I got two bad packs of cleromizers that sent me into an angry frenzy. I still like cleromizers but I needed something more reliable. I preferred cleromizers over cartomizers any day of the week so after much research I got a MINI Vivi Nova Vision Tank and it’s been bliss. I even dropped my PV out shopping onto concrete with the Vivi on it and after a little finagling it worked! I was scared for a moment but the tank pulled through without a crack. Your mileage may vary. Try your best not to drop your vape gear…ever if it can possibly be avoided. Lithium batteries are sensitive and need to be handled with tender loving care. Oh and I got lucky my tank didn’t die from that fall! Plastic can crack from that kind of impact.
Disclaimer: I have a theory. My theory is if you hate cleromizers there’s a chance you might not like a Vivi Nova Vision Tank. As you will see, it’s basically a big cleromizer. If you loooooove cartomizers way more than a clero; a Carto Tank may be more up your alley.
Typically, it will be put together when it comes. You get 3 Ohm heads, normally of different readings 1.8, 2.4, and 2.8 with the kit. These atomizer heads have a plastic washer on top. It is important, do not lose it. Some people often find trimming the threads on the atomizer just a little help with the overall experience. They do come a bit long.
1.The bottom that screws onto the tank capsule and your battery/device
2.The tank capsule itself.
3.The top part/mouthpiece that screws onto the tank capsule as well.
Everything just screws together which makes the Vivi an easy to use device.
It might be hard to see, but that is where you see the Ohm rating for the atomizer, actually ON the atomizer. That was the only thing I was confused about when I first got the Nova. Also in this picture you see the washer on top of the atomizer I was referring to before. It’s important, it helps keep out unneeded juice.
What I love:
Simplicity- This thing is so easy to use. Easy to fill, easy to clean, easy to put together, easy everything.
Replaceable- Replaceable heads! The atomizer heads shouldn’t ever cost 3$ so the Nova is friendly on the wallet too. Some people even go as far as replacing their own thread and inner coils of their atomizer heads. Talk about penny pinching! (but still awesome)
Price- The price is really hard to beat. Most Nova Vision kits are about 15$ at most for Mini or Regular 3.5ml size. This includes extra heads that come with the kit.
Taste- I love cleromizers. I think these deliver better than a typical clearo even but the same kind of delivery. If you like cleromizers and you know what I’m talking about well that’s what the Nova is about! Smooth flavors all the time! No carto taste.
Less Filling- Great, no the best for driving. Okay maybe not the best, there’s a lot of stuff out there. This delivery system is one excellent route to safe vaping while driving. No dripping, no adding juice. Once it’s filled it should be good to go for at least an hour of driving if not a bit more. Even longer with bigger versions as long as your battery keeps up! I easily get 2 hours if I want before I have to refill in general, but I like to keep it filled at least half way most of the time.
What I dislike:
Juice Issues- You can’t use certain juices. Well, you could but you run the risk of cracking the plastic. So far that’s really Vivi’s only downfall to me. Cinnamon, citrus like pineapple, orange, tangerine, lemon-lime are no-nos in a Vivi right now unless they decide to roll out a glass and stainless steel version which many Nova fans are hoping for soon.
Maintenance- Another great thing about these tanks is the atomizers can really last if you take care of them. Maybe once a week, depending how heavy you vape it wouldn’t hurt to do a dry burn. Once you see red in the atty, no more vapor, and/or both stop! Dry burning too aggressively can kill atomizers. Don’t push the limits, just clean it and the atomizer should be good to you. I tend to count to 3 and stop, and do that about 10-15 times or until i see red then stop. Rotation of Ohm heads is not a bad idea either. Don’t know what dry burning is? Check this link out to another blog, which leads to a video that is very informational about this very process. Scroll to bottom for link: http://vapevixen.tumblr.com/post/25578737511
Note on dry burn video: When I rinse my atomizer heads I try not to get water into the center, simply on the sides of the threads. If you get juice, water into the center just be sure to blow it out. You do not have to overly rinse the Nova atomizer head with water.
Known Nova Problems:
In general, if you get a genuine Nova you’re in the clear and good to go. Sometimes if things aren’t quite as tight as they should be you may get leaking. I have not had this issue at all as of yet. Since Vivi Vision Nova Tanks are so popular there are fakes on the market. Here is the link to the list of authorized resellers of genuine Vivi Nova Tanks: http://www.visionecigar.com/n1714786/official+Distributors+in+USA.htm
It’s working great and as far as I can tell, a genuine solid device. I love this tank. I think it absolutely rocks. 5/5 stars from me!