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Buzz Pro Varivolt E-cig
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Posted by Glen Albrecht on 8th Sep 2013
I own several devices, including many egos, a Halo triton, tube mods and variable voltage. This is truly the best and easiest to use, just set to approximate voltage and adjust to taste from there. I purchased the M1A1 tank to match ( the buzz is root beer w/ brass...awesome color combo ), with a 3 ohm " fusion" carto you can't go wrong. I use all my tanks and clears on it too, they all work great! I also purchased the T-3 from Notcigs and it is a perfect match for the buzz. The laser engraving really sets it off from all other devices.
Debi in customer service is second to NONE! She is the most helpful person you will ever deal with.
Buy from Notcigs, you cannot go wrong. My hat is off to all the staff. Great company!
Posted by Kim on 4th Aug 2013
Solidly built simple to use excellent device
Posted by Nicola on 15th Apr 2013
i received the buzz pro few days ago, i tested it about real power underload and battery perfomace. I just can say : this product is small but really awesome.
Posted by M4ch1n3 on 29th Mar 2013
I decided to pick up the Buzz Pro after having the Infinity for a little over a year. (Infinity also deserves 5 stars)
On the second day of use, I noticed that the power button appeared to be sheering off at it's base. Probably a defect. I hadn't dropped it and don't recall pulling on the button at all. Either way, these things happen...
A quick email to NotCigs explaining the situation. They responded promptly and had me RMA it back to them.
They did the repair free of charge and got it back to me within a week. That's pretty decent I'd say.
The Buzz Pro itself is a great mod. It hits hard at max voltage and the batteries last a good day and a half or more with my heavy usage.
I have some other mods that have electronic readouts with buttons controlling the voltage and I prefer the Buzz's dial much more. It's just so easy to use.
As for Buzz Pro vs Infinity...
I originally got the Infinity because I thought it would fit in my pocked better. But after owning both now, I prefer the Buzz. It's shorter and a little fatter. It feels better in my hand and no issues with it being in my pocket.
Posted by David B on 27th Feb 2013
I own many mods now. My first was a Apollo Vtube (now retired). My second mod was a custom Saber touch. The saber touch was a pretty piece of junk. It came in with a crooked 510 connection. I never got a straight answer for the guy that runs the company . I emailed him to tell him my device wasn't vaping right. He answered to pull up 510 connection. One day I set it down and wasn't paying attention and it melted a mini vivi nova. I won't be using that saber again. Sorry for the rant there. Third mod is my Vamo which is awesome. And now my Buzz Pro. All I can say about the Buzz Pro is its great. I ordered the pink with brass. I ordered this color as a tribute to my wife and son that passed. I was surprised on how light it is and the build quality. So the bottom line is.. I wish I ordered the Buzz Pro last year and not a Saber Touch. Never trust a business owner that calls themself Sir, Lord or other non since.
Posted by Mike M on 19th Feb 2013
So after some research into the upper echelon of vapor mods I decided to order a buzz pro last week. What really attracted me to the buzz pro was it's reputation in the community and the fact that it's basically a USA made device. Once I received the buzz, I was immediately impressed with it's overall construction. The threading on the tube and the caps are top notch. The button and hit control dial work flawlessly of course and it vapes great. The free engraving is a nice touch too. It's a very simple, consistent vaping device and since I was used to ego twists, the transition was simple. I feel confident that this thing will hold up to whatever abuses I may put it through. The battery life is great, at my pace a fully charged set of batts gives me 12-14 hours of vape time which is awesome. I used to drain a 1300 mah ego twist in about 5 hours so these powerizers are no joke.
Also, notcigs.com customer service is awesome as well. They called me to ask a question about the engraving before shipping and of course it arrived quickly and well packaged. I am a happy new member of the buzz army! Thanks!
Posted by Exodus454 on 4th Jan 2012
So after almost 8 months of vaping, I was looking around for a device to step up into the big leagues with. It was really between the BuzzPro, Lavatube and the Provari.
After watching a bunch of reviews I finally decided on the Buzz. The "KISS" design philosophy was really what turned my decision away from the Provari. I don't need an LCD, and I don't need 14 button presses to change my voltage. The lavatube, while about half the price, had me worried that it would be broken within 6 months and I'd be up a creek without a paddle.
So I ordered a root beer BuzzPro with the brass caps. It's a gorgeous little device. The pictures are really misleading, it's not a whole lot bigger than my e-power 18650 and probably weighs about the same. Even with the M1A1 tank on it, the buzz is still very pocket friendly too.
The device itself is very well built! All the threads are very cleanly cut. The finish has a nice satin sheen to it, and it doesn't try to slip out of your hands. I'm not at all worried about it chipping either. I had reservations about the button, it has a nice rubbery feel to it and a very clicky, positive engagement. Finding it is super easy as well, you finger just naturally falls into it without issue. The wheel also is in a good spot, and takes a firm, intentional movement to change the setting. No worries about changing the setting in your pocket. I also had a small juice spill already from a leaky carto and the top cap did an excellent job of catching it and made cleanup easy.
Now... the vape is FANTASTIC. Once you go VV, you'll never go back! The whole philosophy of setting the voltage to taste works very well and I don't find myself wishing for an LCD at all. I just keep in mind that green is about 3.3v, yellow is about 4.5v and red is about 5v. The only reason to keep these numbers in your head is to not fry LR cartos or attys. With a 3ohm carto on there you can just set it wherever you want. The wheel is pretty precise too, you move it a little bit, it changes a little bit.
I cannot convey how consistent and well this thing vapes though. I haven't gone through a full charge yet, but these batteries have at least 10 hours on them and it's still hitting as hard as a freshly charged battery.
I also received the updated bottom cap from what I can tell, because the device turns off after unscrewing it about 1/4 turn. My only concern with the WHOLE device is that I hope the plastic threads on the new updated cap hold up to the abuse.
I did try a (albeit old) dual coil carto and it wouldn't let me push past 4.7ish volts. This makes sense though considering the Buzz maxes out at 15 watts (or 3A). No big deal though, I don't really care about DCCs that much anyway.
Oh, and the customer support here is second to none here too. The entire time I was waiting for my buzz, Mike was answering questions I had over at ECF with surprising speed. If anything goes wrong with my buzz, I'm not at all worried that I won't get taken care of.
All in all, I feel my buzz was completely worth the money and I'll probably be back for another one in the future. I'm also going to pass on my two thumbs up to all my vaping friends.
Thanks for the EXCELLENT product guys!!
Posted by Keith L on 27th Dec 2011
I just love this device. I was out looking for a VV battery and after watching many reviews on youtube and not really seeing any bad writing reviews about the Buzz Pro, I decided to purchase it. I am proud to own a US made e-cig and in these tough economic times, It feels good to support a US based company that makes their product instead of just re-packaing a china made product.
I love the root beer colored BP. With the brass fittings and a tank on top gives this device a nice steam punk look. Kind of wish I had some gears engraved on the side of the Buzz to help suggest that.
Posted by Terry Griffin aka El Dee on 10th Dec 2011
Yesterday I was in the process of adding a new propane heater inside my shop...I also added a new propane tank out back...My little dog Keef was there and he'd began complaining about the cold temps...Seeing as how it was fairly warm in the truck I put Keef in there for a bit and finished installing the heater...When finished it was time for a vape....The Buzz Pro was nowhere too be found....A PV blends well in the shop but an extensive search revealed no Buzz....I reasoned I must have left it in the house earlier....Nope.....
After moving the truck and searching some more I had become quiet frustrated...It was dark now and I needed too walk down and get the bills out of the mailbox..There's a little red light....Yepp my Buzz laying in the gravel driveway....I'd dropped it when I placed Keef in the truck...The bad thing is I'd driven over my Buzz...The battery cap end was driven completely into the gravel/dirt...The atomizer was sitting at an odd angle...I dusted it off and straightened out the atty...Hit the button and back in business!!
The gravel rashed it up pretty good...My truck is a Dodge 2500 4X4 with a diesel engine and large mud grip tires...You wouldn't dream of running over your Buzz with it...I was lucky in that no dirt entered the case....The tube is scratched too hell but that's it...It vapes as well as it always did....The scratches...well it's got character now....Driven completely into the ground the Buzz pro laughed it off....
If any other manufactures would like too see how their PV stacks up.....Send it here I'll gladly run over it....I'm betting not many others can survive the abuse my Buzz models have endured...Thank You Buzzkiller...Your product Is El Dee approved.....Salute!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Mark Linehan aKa BigDaddyEcig on 24th Nov 2011
I am quite happy with my Buzz PRO. I have several VV boxes I made but the cheap plastic battery boxes can not compare to the solid and comfortable construction the Buzz. I really like shingd color metal of the tube mod. The quick-use gentle turning thumb wheel for the V.V. make adjusting my voltage on the fly a breeze. Of my MANY mods, this one has quickly become my favorite of all my advanced user dev's. If you are wondering if you should spend the little extra for a Buzz PRO I promise you will like it. I can honestly say the only minor thing I am not crazy about if that the LED indicators are inside the tube and hard to see when using the device. Other than that, they are great!
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