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flexy123
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Overall   (4.5)
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PROS
Superb Sound,insane bass!
CONS
Wire (possibly) too long for my taste.
Insane! I can't believe the sound they produce. Beat even my old SONY MDR-818 which I always thought as being pretty decent. I am a bass-head, I love them! For the price, incredible.
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flexy123
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  • JoinedOct 2015
  • Posts 71
  • Reviews 2
  • Kudos31
Overall   (3.7)
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PROS
Decent Flavour. Airflow spot on for MTL. Cheap. Tank capacity "ok". Comes with a total of 6 airflow inserts. Set it and go, no air flow control and no juice flow control required.
CONS
Has a "cheap" and light feel to it. No logo (makes it even feel even cheaper). Plastic tank (Once again, "cheap"). Poor deck and screws, can make coiling a hassle. Ridiculous process to re-wick. CAN be finicky to wick if you're used to other atties which require less cotton. Fact that it hasn't air flow control or juice control can also be a negative. For changing inserts you may need to remove your coil. (Depends on size of your coil and height). LOTS of orings and overall parts, cap, chimney etc. Orings very thin and of "poor" quality, can easily be messed up unless you lube them.
The Dvarw is getting hyped up like the second coming of Christ, but if you ask me, it's a decent atty but nothing spectacular. Its beauty lies in its simplicity, and definitely not in its "features". There is lots which I consider awkward, eg. re-wicking is a PITA as you need to take off the chimney and cap. And let's not mention the awkward way of needing to put the wick through the chimney. It makes one feel like this is the first vaping device ever made, 20 years ago or so. Now I am used to a pretty archaic deck with the KFL already, but the deck of the Dvarw is in no way better. It is a pita trying to fix your wire on the screws, they're likely to jump out, worse even than with the KFL. Definitely not a "fun deck" if you need to fiddle for 10 minutes until you get your coils fixed. Ok, let me find an analogy for this little atty: It's like a Volkswagen bug year ago in Europe where a VW bug has been a symbol for a cheap, but very reliable car. It looked weird,it didn't have any fancy features, but you always knew it gets you from A to B under any conditions. But you likely wouldn't find a serious automobile review praising a VW bug as the "best car", right? The build quality of this one is "alright". It weighs significantly less than, say, a Berserker. A Berserker for example seems like a $100 atty in comparison, but then I also wouldn't say that the Dvarw is shoddy. It's...well, "alright". I am used to vaping with a my massively sized 6ml or so tank on my KFL, and the 3.5ml tank on the Dvarw obviously is way smaller. But in reality, a full tank on the Dvarw lasts also a very long time, maybe as long as the KFL. (Since in the KFL, the inner chimney takes up lots of space). So this is good. Vaping performance is "ok", Atty doesn't get as hot as the Berserker. Vape subjectively tastes "ok". I say "subjectively" since I sometimes don't mind the cooler vape of the KFL. I can't say which one tastes "better" tho. Airflow with 1.00mm hole is spot on for tight MTL. Could maybe be even a notch tighter, but didn't try the 0.8mm yet. Overall "good" for $9.
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