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Aromazap/Myrtlezap/CeramicRockZap

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Rick, Jun 8, 2009.

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  1. Gunky

    Gunky Well-Known Member

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    I still use a Rockzap every day. It has been running continuously for several years. For a while there I was using a glass Vapor Genie a lot because you can vape a lot quickly, my tolerance is pretty high and I was dealing with some pain but recently I have returned to the Rockzap almost exclusively. The flavor is really wonderful. If you have potent stuff it works great.
     
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  2. Lusi

    Lusi Well-Known Member

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    Does anyone still have the charging cable for this? I can't find mine, now what volts or amps the cable needs to be. Any help appreciated. I'd like to revive my old zap as a diffuser, if I can find the top too. L
     
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  3. underdog

    underdog shade-tree vapor engineer Manufacturer

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    Since Rick and Pat retired the business we've been offering what support we can (warranty or otherwise) for Zap users, including power supplies, rebuilds, etc.

    You can find compatible power supplies and possibly a fitting aroma cup on our website at www.underdogvapes.com , if you need help you can message Underdogette here on FC or contact her through the site.

    Alternatively you can use any 12v power supply that is rated at 1000ma (or 1A) or higher. It'll need to have a 2.1mm x 5x5mm but this is the most common 12v plug size so should be easy to find. If it doesn't list the tip size and it's 12v it's usually (keyword: usually) 2.1mm

    Please let us know if you need any other help. :tup:
     
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  4. Lusi

    Lusi Well-Known Member

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    Thank you for your help!

     
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  5. hillbill

    hillbill Well-Known Member

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    I would like post #9603 ten times if I could. David and Amanda are the kind of people that just make me grin, helpful and caring.....always. Thanks
     
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  6. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

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    This is my CRZ which I love and still use at least once a week.
    As much of a fan as I am of the Underdog and Heat Island - they are both fantastic log vapes - they are really very different than these and the PD; arguably not better just different.
    So my question is, if somebody wanted to buy a vape that is closest in experience and throat hit to the CRZ, are the UD and HI the two best and only options? Doesn't have to be wood...
     
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  7. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    I would say (Aye... wood say) that the two units you mention are the closest to the CRZ,
    UD being the closer.
     
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  8. underdog

    underdog shade-tree vapor engineer Manufacturer

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    Happy New Year everyone!

    @Rick and Pat I hope you guys are doing great, are buttoned up for the winter and that 2017 treats you two well!

    Same for the rest of you Zapsters out there as well, happy New Year and hope you all have a great 2017. :peace:
     
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  9. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    Question - one of FC's resident glass accessory creators may be interested in making a stem for the CRZ, as per my inquiry. He doesn't know the dimensions and neither do I. If anyone knows this info I'd really appreciate if it was posted. Thanks...
     
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  10. underdog

    underdog shade-tree vapor engineer Manufacturer

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    I don't think it was ever posted so I just took some calipers to a CRZ core that Rick gave me from their very last batch after they were shut down. I can't say for certain but I believe all the CRZs will have these same dimensions, my other couple built out ones seem to match.

    CRZ Heater Port Dimensions:

    - OD .5" (12.7mm)
    - ID .333" (8.46mm) (11/32")

    Hope that helps! If not or you need more/different info just let me know and I'll try and get it for you. :tup:
     
  11. jeffp

    jeffp psychonaut

    thank you!
     
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  12. Rick

    Rick Zapman

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    The glass stems were simple once the SS stem tip installation was copied from somewhere out there. A piece of silicone tubing over the back end of the tip with the end of the tubing hanging maybe 1/16" over the back end. Then a drop or two of water on the silicone and gently push into the glass stem. Glass stem needs an ID that will allow the tip/silicone tubing to be inserted with resistance and a bit of difficulty so it will stay in place and seal properly. As I recall, we did have to play with the glass inner diameter before we got the right interference fit.

    We have been using UDs since the ISP closed us down 4 1/2 years ago. Something about Aromazap that we just want to leave in the past. That chapter is over now and long gone. Good lord, almost 5 years ago!

    Life is good here even though this has been the toughest winter we have had in many years. Lots of snow and continued cold. Day time temps in the mid 30s have just begun. Now it is an ice world out there. The outside world is fine but our place and 1/2 mile of road in is over an inch of ice. Good thing we are hermits.

    Pat got her new knee around the first of Oct and is doing very good with it.

    Not sure on farm status this year. We lost a couple greenhouses to heavy snow and still cannot get up to see them.........at our age anyway. Too much snow.

    Once again a big thank you to the voters of Washington legalizing recreational cannabis in 2012. We are having an enjoyable 'retired life'. North Idaho is a neat place to live. Just ignore the politics and breathe the clean air while chasing Elk and wild turkeys away from the cows hay.

    Still having fun. That works much better than bitching about the aches and pains that come from 70+ years, especially when you have abused your body for 50 years.
     
  13. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    Mabel used to be Orange, but 2 years in impound let it's color mellow into wood tone!
    Now to get the Zaps and other logs back in place!
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    Almost done, and very happy to have the family at home.
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    Done!
     
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