Favorite vaporizer.

Tom bolenate

Well-known member
Hi,

I'm in a "I want to quit smoking" trip these days.
1 month wo cigarette or joints today!
I switched to ecig and vaporizer.
I use a mighty as portable when out of home or for a quick Vape in the garden and a vapexhale cloud evo when at home.

Very satisfied of my evo.... Hard hitter and very tasty vapor... But this stuff is very fragile and will surely break one day or another.

I plan to buy a flower pot vrod for Xmas.... Expensive stuff but build like a tank so it will last forever...and all the saving I make in not buying a 10 euros pack of cigarette a day will alow me to buy it.

So you guys who use vaporizer frequently what's you favorite ones?

Do you have a model that you fell superior to the FP? I also have an eye on the sublimator but I feel it's a bit too complicated to use and I don't like the overall quality of it.... Parts comes loose and it looks more like a Chinese made product than anything else.... Not acceptable for the high price they ask.
 

musashi

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Staff member
For portable handheld I use a Pax. For home, I'm still using an Arizer Extreme Q with good results. I like the quality and utility of both.

Mu
 
The volcano plenty lasted me 7yrs before heater died. It was dropped many times and worked like a champion. Vapor cloud was thick and tasty. It does plug in so not a true portable. It was used all day everyday hooked up to portable battery while travelling and plugged in at home. I now squish everything to rosin and have purchased a dr dabber switch. This device uses heat induction and heats in seconds. It has the highest quality vapour cloud I have experienced. It can also vape flowers but I have not tried it yet. It is 500 dollars but you get higher than when using a nail. Temp is adjustable 300 to 800 Fahrenheit. It has rocked my world! Battery life is 100 to 150 dabs depending on temp.
 

Keepthefloe

New member
You want a VripTech wand. Best, most flavorful and most “bong-like” vape experience out there. No handheld can ever come close, and this is the best of the best for desktop. This is as good as it gets.


Tell em Gary Riamondberg sent ya 😎
 
It looks interesting. Does not look like it can do dabs. My tolerance is too high for flowers. Everything is squished to rosin. It is much easier on the lungs if you are chronic. My lungs used to hurt from smoking(sub par weed). I use a hair straightener and a dewalt clamp. Hair straightener lasts a couple of months before it crumpled under pressure. Second hand store 10 bucks. Rosin has almost zero shelf life, keep it in freezer!DD21A813-1770-498D-BE6A-EFD54AB6C0C7.jpeg
 

PlantManBee

Well-known member
I use a pax 2 and an arizer solo. I think that the solo gives better flavor and vapor, but the pax is quite nice and discreet.
 

svap

Member
I use a plenty and for a portable, but also for daily use I suggest the Airizer Argo, I love it, the plenty has a better flavour, also the mighty, but the Argo is portable, discreet and looks like a normal vaporizer.

The Stündenglass Gravity Hookah is something I would consider, but the price tag is very high.
 

MImedpatient

Well-known member
I have a silver surfer, that I have had for a few years, and I have a dr dabber for on the go concentrate ingestion. it is very much the offbrand of what Green student has posted.

It looks interesting. Does not look like it can do dabs. My tolerance is too high for flowers. Everything is squished to rosin. It is much easier on the lungs if you are chronic. My lungs used to hurt from smoking(sub par weed). I use a hair straightener and a dewalt clamp. Hair straightener lasts a couple of months before it crumpled under pressure. Second hand store 10 bucks. Rosin has almost zero shelf life, keep it in freezer!View attachment 46836
I like your DIY rosin press. I use the medisun farm plates from a few years ago, and either a 12 ton or 6 ton press. w/e harbor freight has on sale when the pump goes and my warranty has ran out.
 

Tom bolenate

Well-known member
I have a silver surfer, that I have had for a few years, and I have a dr dabber for on the go concentrate ingestion. it is very much the offbrand of what Green student has posted.


I like your DIY rosin press. I use the medisun farm plates from a few years ago, and either a 12 ton or 6 ton press. w/e harbor freight has on sale when the pump goes and my warranty has ran out.
Hi,

Have you tried to mofify/upgrade your ssv that way?
Most who tried report it's a real game changer and transform it into a beast vape machine.

Almost 7 month without a joint or a cig for me... Very satisfied with my vapexhale it hits very hard...
 

MImedpatient

Well-known member
Hi,

Have you tried to mofify/upgrade your ssv that way?
Most who tried report it's a real game changer and transform it into a beast vape machine.

Almost 7 month without a joint or a cig for me... Very satisfied with my vapexhale it hits very hard...
Hey Tom! I have not, And I will look into it! I have the concentrate attachments for it, and that could be most helpful for doing larger dabs. thank you so very much for sharing!

I smoke joints bowls and blunts at harvest so I can see what my patients are gonna be experiencing. I do not get how a tobacco/flavored wrap is desirable when the weed tastes good. or when my rosin press is in eed of fixing(harbor freight tools are bottom bin, w/ a good replacement warranty) or I havent pulled consistently enough to send out trim to my wax guy, as he accepts a minimum weight. nothing lower.
 
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