Should I buy a vaporizer?

GrOwThMoNgeR

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Most likely it's a knockoff. There are lots of fakes out there.

Check the address for their Contact Us page. Estonia.

I bought a fake Atmos vape years ago that looked real and everything, but was junk. I took it to a vape shop and the guy showed me the difference of the fake vs authentic. I'm extra careful now. I didn't realize how many fakes are out there.
This is a good site with deals to the companies that make them. Estonia is a nice country south of me.
 

GrOwThMoNgeR

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Thanks for this link!

I just bought a Tera V3 which is $199. but with their discount code it was $107.


How do they do that? :lol:


:mrgreen:
No worries you can find the best deals there if you link through their site. Happy to help and enjoy. Your lungs will be <3
 

H G Griffin

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I've bought two new vapes in the last couple months, a Boundless CFX and an X-Max Starry 3.0, to add to the Arizers(Air 1, E-Q) and Dynavaps (2018, 2019).

Been very pleased with both so far. CFX is large and has big battery life, heats up in under 20 seconds. Starry takes closer to 40 seconds to reach temp. Both have haptic feedback. Starry has swappable 18650 battery and almost zero draw resistance which I really like. CFX was arund $150 CAD, $120 for the Starry which is a nice pocket-carry size.
Both give big powerful hits, both have integral mouthpieces. After the ease of cleaning the Arizer tubes, the swivel mouthpieces are a bit of a PITA, but far more portable.
 

Roshambizzle

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IMHO they are okay for a secondary the high isn't the same as my gravity bong though not even close. Doesn't matter how much i vape in what amount of time.
 

GrOwThMoNgeR

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I want to try a vaporizer.

I never have wax/oil. Which one is the best for flower material? I want to look around but need a start point.

Thanks.
Try the Smono 3 or something similar can find pretty cheap on vapospy but is more efficiency side. Dynavape is an easy transition too. Made in the USA and heated with a torch, guaranteed thick clouds. Arizer products are great and Storz and Bickel, but a bit steeper in price. I'd say if you're like me, battery life is probably my biggest issue. Two+ vapes helps alleviate but looking for a new battery efficient one that goes two days camping haha.
 

Roshambizzle

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I recall making one for free out of buckets or something in the early 90s. Pay for your vape then make your own janky gravity bong!
Yeah smoking in plastic is a good way to go to an early grave same with steel. Volcanos are also like 700 CAD. And my lungs are just fine after 20+ years of smoking almost purely gravity bong hits.
 
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