I find the Solo to be more harsh than heavy/hard. I think the T-Vape delivers are harder hit, along with many other vapes.
I too am curious about...
What are your vapes? I really enjoy the T-Vape brush for bowl cleaning and maintaining almost all my vapes.
They blend in with the...
At least 5 sessions a charge. 40 minutes of usage.
Just in case you didn't see. Daisies for 85.
Its great and definitely meets the criteria. I really enjoy loading a 14mm UD stem and dropping that in the FW, or slipping the FW over it for water...
Hammer. Ranks highest in both fields. Capable of both pure conduction and convection, performs no less better than a log.
The Hammer is a good choice. Fresh air is inhaled through a heated stainless steel rod and its connected with a glass stem.
That is an issue for the Versa, the airflow is so open you have to slow down or boost to produce thicker vapor.
My Solo is super new (days old) , your first post seemed relevant but after the 12 minute burn in on level 7 (recommend by Arizer before use) the...
You should try conduction, but I understand you don't seem to be interested in putting things inside the Hammer.
Don't forget the Hammer is killer...
I don't think so, the T-Vape doesn't have that type of hardware.
@yomen9 That happens with my newport can, I have to press quite hard and actually make sure its connected, its less likely to occur when purged...
How long are your heatups.
I don't think logs are going to do it any more than the Hammer is, desktops are nice and convenient but aren't going to introduce something you...
Nothing fancy, inspired by the Daisy sorry for the poor lighting.
I would try a minute heat up, then varied draw speeds, I find the FW can hit just as well as the EQ if not better.
Sounds like a good choice if THC is okay with selling them to people.
How long do you heat it up.
It could be related to the perfect inhale speed. That's what I orient most whistling towards, hows your vapor production. Do you feel you're inhaling...
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