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Arizer Solo

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Rockwise, May 27, 2011.

  1. VAPORIZER22

    VAPORIZER22 Well-Known Member

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    Yea, I have even used just tea and it worked just as well compared to other hot beverages with a high fat content.
  2. hoptimum

    hoptimum Well-Known Member

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    I used 2% and it worked fine.
  3. HSIHP

    HSIHP Well-Known Member

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    Very cool, looks like ill go for it now!
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  4. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    At least I am not the only one having this issue...I also think it is the dry weather as well but it is way worse later in the day.

    A clean stem makes a difference to me cause I just tried. I suppose with weather and allergies it would depend on the season whether or not it will bother me.
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  5. Xchadb

    Xchadb Meltin pipe Glass Blower

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    thank you, agh! i know i used to have two of em! id still need another 14->18 adatper but GOD would it be so much better! the cloud comes back in two days :)
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  6. m0sh

    m0sh Singer Song Writer Stoner

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    why another reducer? get a 18mm pvhes gong
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  7. Armerad

    Armerad Puffin'

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    I'm not sure if this is well known, but a Mc Donalds straw fit nice and snug inside my 14mm GonG stem, making the 14mm GonG great as a straw adapter.
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  8. mvapes

    mvapes Surrounded by the healthy!

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    I've never had a coughing fit from a gooey stem - I cough on the higher temps (6 or 7).
  9. smokum

    smokum I am who I am and your approval isn't needed!

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    I cough on both myself...... and is why I like low temps AND own many stems to keep a clean one in rotation.

    Everyone is different I suppose, and thank jebus for THAT.
  10. thesoloman

    thesoloman Well-Known Member

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  11. jambandphan03

    jambandphan03 Vapor Goddess

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    silicone tubing is good to connect the aquavape, a gong stem will lower the profile a bit because it's shorter than a stock stem, but it isn't necessary.
  12. JSteez4205

    JSteez4205 aka Gordon NugzB

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    Had to bring Solo out with me to get this Christmas shopping finished today! 2stems in, 2 Gifts down!! Only about 12 more...battery is not going to last long enough at this rate :(

    Does anyone plug charger into a car converter to charge on the go??
  13. al bundy

    al bundy Vaporist

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    ^^^^ that should work.
    or you could get a 12 volt car charger.
    Not sure of the mA though id imagine it would have to be at least 1000mA
  14. Malloy1

    Malloy1 Member

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    anyone who has experimented w an iso wash with wand hash: does this even look consumable? my first try w any type of extract/evap but yeah lmk

    edit: yeah its like 25-50% done im still gonna give it another 24 this was 3 hrs ago nd it looks better now
  15. VapeNStone

    VapeNStone Mark

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    Did you use a filter? If you didn't I would
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  16. happyTrails

    happyTrails phishpanicjam

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    Any concerns of leaving your Solo in a cold car for 8 hours (call it 25 Fahrenheit) ? I know too much heat in the summer can be bad, but how about the cold?
  17. Papa Woody

    Papa Woody "The vapor is strong with this one"-Obi Onda Woody

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    I use my Solo up skiing all the time in cold conditions ( 10 deg F or so) and my Solo has always worked great. I put it in a small coozie I bought at Walmart for about $4 to protect it from the elements, punched a small hole in the bottom of the coozie for air flow, and let 'er rip. I do notice that I somtimes have to use a higher temperature by one click to maintain the temp I want (i.e., set it on 5 if I want to use level 4) . In extreme cold it has to work a little harder to maintain the temperature level. Nothing like being on top of the mountain during heavy Sierra blizzard dump while working my Solo under a tree. Never had a problem.
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  18. happyTrails

    happyTrails phishpanicjam

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    Great to hear! Plan to take mine on the slopes as well. Where do you ride? I lived/worked at Squaw for several years... man do I miss that! :\
  19. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    Show me the coozie you got. I haven't seen a small one that would fit the way I want it to. I was going to just make one out of neoprene myself.
  20. Papa Woody

    Papa Woody "The vapor is strong with this one"-Obi Onda Woody

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    Mt Rose usually but I get around. You will like how well the Solo works up here. I bought a small fannie pack from Walmart, padded the hell out of it with 1/4" foam padding doubled up on both sides of the pack, then carry the Solo inside placed into the small neoprene coozie. I carry the stem in a small hard shell eyeglasses case that is padded on the insides with the same 1/4" foam padding that secures the stem really well so it doesn't bang around while riding. I've taken a few slams with no damage to the Solo and no broken stems. Have a great season.
  21. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    Pictures people, pictures please....I like pictures...oh in case you didn't get it can you please put up a picture of your set up.;)
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  22. Papa Woody

    Papa Woody "The vapor is strong with this one"-Obi Onda Woody

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    Back in the camping section of Walmart where the backpacks are, they have 2 different sized neoprene bottle coozies, large and small. I use the smaller one which costs about $4. It is not a tight fit but the Solo slides in easy and the stem sticks out by about 3" or so. I punched a small 3/8" hole in the bottom for air flow on warmer days.
    I got to borrow a camera so I can take a few pictures of it for you.
  23. Dreamerr

    Dreamerr Always in a state of confusion and silliness♀

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    Kewl beans...I thought you found a perfect one...I would love to see it. I was thinking just to punch a bunch of holes in the bottom and possible lifting it a bit with foam which is pores.
  24. vorrange

    vorrange Well-Known Member

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    This makes a great stealth adapter!! :D
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  25. Armerad

    Armerad Puffin'

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    What about a beer bottle coozie? You could pad the part where the neck of the bottle goes, and then leave the Solo+Stem in one piece.

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