Vamo is a variable wattage & voltage device with a 510 connection. This device has a max amp of 5, watts range from 3 to 15, blue LCD screen with a display showing working resistance. Voltage runs from 3 to 6.
The body can be separated to accommodate 2 – 18350 IMR, 1 – 18650 IMR or 1 – 18350 IMR
The Vamo does not include batteries or charger. The retail price is only for the unit. You can choose to upgrade your Vamo to a kit for an additional $50.00. The Kit Upgrade includes 2 - 18650 imr batteries, trustfire multifunctional charger, 2 - 6 ml DCT's and a 10 ml bottle of eliquid of your choosing.
1: Output Voltage from 3.0V to 6.0V, adjusting the working volt +- 0.1V by pressing + and - buttons.
2: Keep pressing the + button more than 3 sec, LCD screen displays the present working resistance.
3: Keep pressing the - button more than 3 sec, the LCD screen showing the battery volt.
4: 5X click, LCD screen displays " on " or " off ".
5: Output power 3W~15W.
6: Max Armature Current 5A.
7: on/off Mode allows you to shut the unit off completely.
8: Reverse battery protection keeps circuit safe if the battery is installed backward.
9: Battery Monitoring shuts the unit off once battery has reached end of charge.
10: Amperage limiting system protects against over current situations.
11: Thermal Monitoring shuts the device off if it detects a high temperature condition.
12: Fit atomizers with resistance 1.5~5.0ohm.
13: Time limit protection function, it will shut down with more than 10s each puff.
14: LCD displays " LO-Ω" if resistance lower than 1.2ohm, "LO-V" if short circuit. BTW, VAMO support both AVG or RMS, keep pressing " +" button more than 10sec, if LCD screen displays 001 means AVG, 002 means RMS, loose the " +" button and keep pressing it more than 10sec, you may change AVG to RMS or RMS to AVG.
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Posted by PuterGeek on 20th May 2013
This device truly lives up to the hype! Highly Recommend.
Posted by Unknown on 10th May 2013
As a toolmaker I scrutinised the quality of workmanship in this product and its top class
1 provari = 4 VAMO
Nuff said !!
Posted by Brandon Moore on 30th Apr 2013
I've been vaping for about 2 months now and decided it was time to take the plunge into the deep waters of vv/vw devices. I read all the reviews I could find on several pv's and I decided on the vamo simply for the fact you can adjust the wattage. I absolutely love the fact that I can set the wattage for a carto that has a 3.0 ohm resistance and later can put a different carto tank on with a different ohm resistance and it automatically adjusts the volts! How cool is that? And for the price, you are really getting wayyyy more than you pay for. I went ahead and got the kit but chose to get the 18350 batteries so I can run them stacked or un stacked....lol there is another selling point I forgot to mention - you can shorten the tube and run a single battery or screw the extender back on and stack the batteries!.....until I decide to get a different apv like provari or caravelle this is what I'll be using...hell it has more functions than a provari anyway (adjustable watts)
Posted by Patrick Gianonatti on 21st Apr 2013
Just purchased a kit with the VAMO varible Voltage and Wattage. This is the bomb. Have it set to wattage and it is giving a consistent hit each and everytime. The Price of the kit was excellent and you get all you need to get to vaping right out the door. The Folks at OKC Vapes are AWESOME!!! very helpful and freindly. I fully recommend going here for you furture Vape needs.
Posted by R. Berry, Battle Creek, Michigan on 21st Apr 2013
I purchased my Vamo last month and it has been working flawlessly. This is my first mod and I am very happy with my purchase.
Posted by Jeff on 17th Apr 2013
This works pretty well and gets the job done. I have other products that work better though. The delay when initially pushing the button and when the button is released is a little awkward. I keep it around as a backup or with an extra tank of different flavor around the house. It is a good buy for the price, but for a little more I'd get something with different electronics.
Posted by Chris Duphily on 12th Apr 2013
I was looking for a back up for my Provari... after many days of researching many different mods. I decided to go with th Vamo based on variable wattage, price point, over all ease of adjusting settings. This was going to be a back up mind you ...now I use the Vamo in my office and the Provari when I am working in the field or just going out with the wife. It's not fair to compare it to a provari BUT it blows away all of the competition at and above it's price!
Posted by Susan S on 9th Apr 2013
After comparing and researching countless mods, VV, VW as well as simple mechanical, I opted for the Vamo. I couldn't be more pleased! Long lasting in 18650 mode, easy to transport in 18350. Functions are simple, even for an old lady like me. Feels very solid, threads are smooth. No battery rattle in either mode. Very highly recommend the Vamo! I got the stainless upgrade for durability, but a J-wrap on chrome would probably work just as well.
Posted by firstname.lastname@example.org on 9th Apr 2013
I gave this thing less than 5 stars (best) because it came with no instructions and no explanations.
I was ready to send it back because I was certain it was defective. It comes with 3 unlabeled buttons and I had no way of knowing how to even turn it on! But thanks to YouTube I found many, many videos with great tips on how to make this think work. The best tip I learned is how to turn it on. You must press the large button at least 5x to turn it on. I've still not discovered how to tweak all the options (using the little buttons, but YouTube to the rescue!
OKC is a great company and the people who answer the phone are extremely patient and helpful. I know this review is supposed to be about the device, but http://www.okcvapes.com/ is one of the best companies out there and I will deal with them again for sure.
Posted by Dylan on 8th Apr 2013
This is my first mod. I use to have an ego variable voltage. I love this thing so much I can't seem to put it down. It's built really well and I love all the features about it! Well worth how much it cost and I think it's a great place for anybody to start with on mods!
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