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So ive been using my xmax everyday and for that price i love it it gets me high and its easy to use i also like that you can change the battery (picked up secondary battery and charger) its also easy to fill up and clean ive been also vaping with 2 other friends who have never vaped herbs and they love it too
So I got the HR Rogue last week and need some advice.
I bought it as a "festival/outside use" vape as the dynavap ain't so good outside.
Anyway, initially I had planned on getting the bubbler to help keep things cooler but I saw a post the other day that said the bb series of stems will fit.
So I was wondering, would I be better of getting a bb stem (I already have a stinger too, so that would go in as well) or a bubbler?
Just saw old mates post and a lot of the comments said bubbles are pretty much shite.
I think I already know the answer, just need a few of you to confirm my theory.
Been trying to get more details on this because im very interested in it but haven’t heard any timeframe estimates on when it will be available. Thought maybe someone would have some idea of when.
Hi guys. I've been combusting for about a year now, and I'd like to go a healthier/cleaner route. I think I'm a low-end user. I average about 0.5-2 'standard bowls' a night. Because of this 'light' use my criteria is a simple low-end on-demand setup. I don't really want to buy upgrades and extra accessories if I can avoid it.
I've narrowed it to these three based on that and availability in my area. Many of the most recommended weren't available :(
So, from what I know: DynaVap seems the best. Easy to use and good flavour. Unfortunately looks kinda like a crack pipe or space wand but yeah.
VLeaf I liked coz it's battery, but I read that the vapour is quite hot. Most users say you need to use it through water. So that's sad.
Stickybrick looks the coolest and most unique. I read it's difficult to use though, and most users seem to use it with extra equipment (i.e. water glass devices).
So it seems that my best bet is the DynaVap VapCap M. Would you guys recommend this over the other two I've listed here? Also happens to be the cheapest by a little bit.
What would you all recommend? I'd love any personal anecdotes or reviews. Any last-minute tips/things I should know would be really handy as well. I'm excited but a bit nervous!
Does anyone know if they make ceramic mouthpieces for the tinymight? Would be nice, less fragile than glass, heat resistant and clean heating.
I need one and am looking for a 2-3 piece workhorse. Any suggestions?
So on a recent post a user explained to me that with a vape as powerful and with as much control and airflow as the flower each piece of glass makes a huge difference, I’m just wondering either what your favorite piece is or which you think would be a sizable upgrade from what I have , it’s shown in a post of mine as well and is around $140 made in the US one perk straight tube ,thanks for any responses
I just got the xmax v3 pro and I don't have much bud like 0.3g on me rn. maybe a bit more, like just under a joints worth. planning to vape it tonight. This is my first time using a dry herb vape so a bit lost.
the xmax v3pro has both session and on demand modes but I don't really get the difference? Which one would be better to use for that ~0.3g? what are the advantages/disadvantages?
would the avb leftovers from that be anywhere near enough to eat?
I'm curious, how many vapes did you go through before you found your current favorite? It seems like it takes some trial and error to find what's right for people.
Packed a mini King Palm that’s advertised as fitting .8gs which always get me fucked after I smoke the whole thing. The 8 bowls lasted me 4 days getting really high instead of 1 day from the joint getting about the same amount of high maybe a little more.
Dry herb vaping man. So insane to me. Granted I only smoke at night but the overall point still stands.
That’s all have a good night
Little preface. I am somebody who suffers from chronic, recurring migraines. They usually last anywhere from one to three days at varying intensity throughout the cycle and reoccur between once to two times a week. Most obvious triggers seem to be tension, rapid weather changes, bright lighting, and strong scents like certain tobaccy smoke and chemicals.
I initially started ingesting/vaping cannabis in the evenings to help treat chronic aches, sleep issues, and to stave off anxiety that keeps me from actually resting between the miserable day to day.
I am taking a bit of a t-break. Not because my tolerance is particularly high, but because I see them as you would an oil change and to also keep my umm "detox" window to weeks instead of months.
All that said, I noticed what I believe to be a bonus feature and am wondering if anybody has first hand anecdotal experience or if there have been actual studies done on this.
I noticed over the past couple days that.. sonufarhinoceros, I haven't had a crippling migraine since shortly after I started my evening ritual! Sure there have been some pretty bad headaches, but they were a 3-6 rather than 8-10! Even when sober throughout the day!
TL;DR: I am wondering if residual amounts of cannabinoids in a habitual consumer may help stave off migraines or tension headaches. I'm interested in what y'all have to say, and hopefully we can generate some interesting conversation on the topic. Maybe even reference some studies done by credible sources!
Edit: Double checked sub rules to make sure this belongs here. I believe it may be relevant to vaping because my experience is only with the, arguably, cleaner ingestion of cannabis. If this doesn't belong here, please let me know. Thanks again.
I have an Arizer Solo 1 that I use as a daily driver, and I’m fairly content with it but would like something that hits stronger, so I’m interested in moving up to a much more on-demand experience with bigger stronger rips through glass eventually.
I’m guessing that many will say a weedeater setup for around $400-$500 would be the best thing to get, but I’m wondering if I need to spend that much to get a really strong on demand B hit of vapor.
Please share recommendations for someone who would like a desktop vape that produces really big clouds (through glass) compared to the arizer solo.
I see the cheapest one is the flip brick which is the one I’m aiming for because it’s the cheapest. Is there much different between the four? Would I be ok getting the flip brick or are the others much better?
Just ordered a POTV One, ready to give it a whirl. Charge it up and let it run 2 sessions dry to burn anything off, then good to go? Anything else to do before first use? Please share any tips y’all have got for me.
I'm looking for a portable vape that can be easily restored to original condition (i.e zero traces of weed) via cleaning or replacing parts, so I can use it and cross many countries' borders with their airport inspection.
e.g. my current S&B mighty is not suitable for this because the bowl (filling chamber) is stained with weed resin and cannot be cleaned nor replaced.
Ideally I want something as good as S&B mighty but with more replaceable parts.
Other features: cost no issue, to be used daily, available in the US.
Just got my eq today and I’ve been playing around with it and kind of got it going. I’ve had 4 bag fills w air/smoke off this first pack and am about to try an elbow pack but what else should I know/tricks?
I currently have the Pax2 but am unhappy with it due lack of support for this unit becoming so hot during a session I can't hold it or put my lips to it.
Anyway, I am looking at the Mighty v the Crafty and was wondering size wise, which is comparable to the Pax2 chamber?
I am a solo vaper, just before bed. I don't entertain or vape with anyone else so a smaller chamber is fine.
The Mighty seems mighty big for my needs, plus it's about $100 more than the Crafty but thought I would check here first for guidance.