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Best of the Underdog Vaporizer thread

Discussion in 'Best Of' started by underdog, Aug 21, 2011.

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  1. Magic9

    Magic9 Plant Enthusiast

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    From my own experience, I went from 7g a week with combusting, to 3.5g vaping with the CRZ. I am now averaging 2.5g with the UD. That's without any effort on my part to conserve and medicating several times a day. There's a lot of variables (mainly the quality of what you put in), but if an efficient powerhouse is what you're looking for, you found it.

    With the regular glass stems, I noticed a higher air to vapor ratio than I preferred. The high temp o-rings should fix that issue though. I haven't tried them, but I'd bet a fully loaded stem and one of those o-rings would be monstrous clouds.

    I came from the Zap family so I was used to the SS tip. I use the SS tip with the GonG stem and am both a dry and wet daily user. The SS tip allows me to load very small amounts (if you're a combuster, think one-hitter bat loads, but a little less), and get huge clouds. By the time the flavor is gone, the load is spent and a deep chocolate color. 1-2 of those to start, and then I just load and hit as needed through the day/night. Take a hit, set it down, and come back to it as needed. For efficiency and vapor density, I highly suggest either the nylon w/ SS tip, or my favorite, the GonG w/ SS tip (you can remove the SS tip and use a basket screen, or vice versa, so it's very versatile).

    If you're new to vaping, try one of each and I dare you to NOT have fun deciding which one is your favorite.

    Welcome to the pack. I've had mine for a year now. 24/7 except for a few power outages, and it still looks and performs like new. The only urge I have for other vapes, is more Underdogs. :)

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  2. underdogette

    underdogette one in a billion Company Rep

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    Hey HWS- Here are two that customers are using successfully (you'll need a tattoo VVPS cord to go with the tattoo one, or a lab style cord for the TekPower): Cheap Ebay VVPS and slightly less cheap TekPower on Amazon.

    The Underdog can use DC or AC power. It was the VVPS we were making that used DC input only from a wall wart.

    Oh, and ETA: Of course, the members here making the VVPS units are Centizen and Voltage Keeper.

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  3. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    Some Reddit users were curious about what one should expect from voltages, I got this from Dave a long time ago when I ordered some VVPS cords. Figured I also share it here for newcomers.
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