Vape Critic '19

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BusaVeloce

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... still bouncing around...

... new glass...

... still working on the to do list...

... i was told that about holding a hit many moons ago, luckily ...

the cough would not allow me to hold a hit very long... :exclaim::lol:
 
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...Vape Critic's G43 Mod version set up as a "mobile" rig...he's developed an actual mobile unit...

...I think I am on the waiting list for one of these...they are hand made by Bud...


...I guess you could say he's my primary vape smith, eh... .!.:D.!.


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That APX battery went away. All the lights the stoners zone out on do their blinky red green thing but 0.0 volts gets to the contacts.
 
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...my new web site went away...at least our ability to post on it...

...it is like a whole bunch of BilletMen over there but I mean that in a good way...LoL...

...if I am not banned I will follow all the new rules n' shit...

...I have learned Too Much and bought more stuff...

...the Vape Life community sold me on a V Rod set up like the one above, but I have the basic stand...

...it does not replace the E Nano...but the E' is sitting aside right now...party it's the novelty, but the Shovel Head bowl on the V Rod is easier to use...

...the thing is literally a dangerous, complicated, contraption though...I wasn't off the mark on that...it would be pretty easy to burn self or start fire, eh...

...I have already lost one of the "Terp Pearls"...apparently one is ok...even "cool"... :retard::up:

 
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Cannot see myself ever taking that route.. a toke or two on the little Wulf is just right.

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...those are ok too...for around town in the car...

...the E Nano will probably remain the daily driver...

...I would recommend one highly if you want to vape weed at home...

…the Flower Pot...not so much...not for you...
 
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Back from Maine and to the vape shop to replace that APX battery for their wax rig. they don't sell the APX battery seperately. My budget conscious ways steered me to the Chinese made Magneto.
Magneto - Yocan Tech
The magneto vape chamber is too pretty to use, the two APX coil/chambers screw on fine, and the Magneto battery fired them nicely, which for whatever reason a Spinner II wont, even though the batteries are 'rated' the same at 1100 ma. :confused:
I feel badly for those who visited the glamp when we were trying to get the APX chambers to vape wax on the spinner II, I took 2 hits off APX on the magneto without adding any additional wax, melted my face so I put it away for a rainy day.
 
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Don't know wtf a triple torch is. :confused:
Got whisky but don't use it much any more.
 
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...it is one of those butane torches with three flames...

...they are for cigars but the DynaVap likes them...mind is flaking out...

...I don't use much whiskey too...I was just askin' on GP...
 
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...it is one of those butane torches with three flames...

...they are for cigars but the DynaVap likes them...mind is flaking out...

...I don't use much whiskey too...I was just askin' on GP...
I prefer either two or one flame torches for my OmiVap. Easier to get the exact temperature by heating the bottom half of the cap. Also, it lasts a lot longer without refilling.
 
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No poser value, bit a mapp gas torch would probably set the dynavape up for life.
 
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A relatively new bartender made my acquaintance, she says she has a few of those rigs that do direct vaping of the raw plant. Gotta love a woman who understands references to Fahrenheit 451 in a discussion about vaping. :girl-wacko:
 
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Way too hot for Dynavap. Maybe OK for a dab rig with 5mm thick banger.
It's special made for upscale stoners, the flame is adjustable!!!
:idea::exclaim::idea::exclaim::lol::lol::green::green:
Set it, any time you need a re heat just push the large yellow button that even the most stoned as a pig person can find easily. It's something your kids will pick out of your shit to keep after you die. :chinese1:
 
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2060°C mapp gas with fine adjustability
1430°C butane most cigar lighter torches have shit adjustability

Melting points
Aluminum 660°C
Copper 1085°C
Glass- variable depending on ingredients, most corning type glass gets at least droopy above 1000°C

By your stonehead reasoning, even a butane lighter is "too hot", review your high school level physics as to the distinction between temperature and heat. Or just say fukit and vape on, Garth!
 
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Have you ever seen Dynavap? It is not about the temperature/melting points (my Omnivap is Titanium with stainless cap melting point is not an issue), but the size/shape of the flame. I've been using one for 2 years now daily. I have 3 lighters 1, 2, and 3 flames. Two different sized torches for my dab rigs. Yes, I have few of the big torches for my garage use as well.

One or two flames give you better heat control.
 
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I prefer non polluting battery power. :biggrin:
I haven't even made it up to plug in heat sources to vape. :timeout:
I thought eliminating combustion was the goal of vaping, and then you whackadoodles start using things you can boil lobsters over. :biting:
 
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