Buzz cut.. no hair test:doh:
Try a full nug, keeps the stems nice and clean.
Or crumble a well dried nug in your fingers and enjoy the lovely scents.
No i actually prefer the high from lower temps.
Exactly like me, 3 until taste goes then 4.
I must admit i am becoming a bit of a taste snob.
Seems about right, lower temps=longer battery run time.
High temps does use more power:science:
I never use the high temps dry, only with water
While your waiting for your first try i suggest fully charging overnight and a burn of.
Plenty of people here can make sure its working like it...
There are other things to shake (thats what my wife tells me anyway) if you have MFLB muscle memory
Contact Arizer they have service centers in UK and maybe other country's.
I think you have answered your own question.:D We would not use them methods unless they are successful..... right soloists:bowdown:
newer solo has less restriction, air has a bit more restriction.
Have a look at the SOLO, bigger and cheaper than the air but better battery life. PNP for stealth SOLO for everything else with me.
Thanks off. I should have mentioned i can only work in mm. Thats what happens when your continents apart and like minded.
just under 15mm converted
Need a little favor here,
Can someone put a caliper and measure the end of a standard stem on both ends?
Short answer YES, long answer Possibly yes.
Can walk you trough it if your stuck, pretty straight forward
@BarnBoy is the man to talk to about car...
Yes it does, I'm in Ireland. Customs are another problem :bang:
PUI/Randy doesn't charge for return of items. He even offered to pay both ways when there was a problem.
First charge until light stops blinking and then as much as you can, 5hrs is good overnight even better.
All other charges try and stop before light...
Put in a bag with uncooked rice, the rice absorbers moisture.
This if it was done straight away would more than likely have worked, but as you say...
Get on to the yoyokid, he l sort you out. he used to sell em seperate.
BTW the collar is easy to replace yourself.
sounds like the charger cable?
warranty should cover this.
bring the charger to electronics shop like radioshack/maplin and get equivalent.
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