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Best Plug in Vape for wax/concentrates?

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by g14production, May 27, 2014.

  1. g14production

    g14production New Member

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    Hi everyone, I have looked over various reviews but I think people with firsthand experience are the best source of information.

    I'm quite happy with my dabbler for portable vaporization, but I was thinking of getting a plug in one so that my dabbler isn't a daily driver. Would you all have any suggestions on what you think the best plug in for concentrates are? Thanks.
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  2. Puffers

    Puffers Well-Known Member

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    If you are a serious errrler hitting .5g+ dabs probably a sublimator or some other solid no bull shit enail dedicated for concentrate consumption.

    Other then that I vape oils with almost all of herb vapes UD, SSV, etc my UD probably work the best though, just because it's cleaner with just the stem to catch reclaim and what not. If your not a seriously hard oiler IMO I would lean towards a plug in that can do both herb and oils. Although a Sub is probably the best of both worlds if your looking for that dense dab-like hit.
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  3. g14production

    g14production New Member

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    I had priced that out, seems like very expensive hardware. Anything you could suggest between 80-200 range?
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  4. clouded vision

    clouded vision Well-Known Member

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    How much oil do you go through?
    If using it regularly, I couldn't recommend any actual vape, time to get a dab setup instead. Honestly pens work better for concentrates alone than any plug-ins. You could also upgrade your pen to something like the Cera or the persei with sr-74 but those are both a little more than you want to spend.

    Another option is the DBV with the nail attachment, I don't really know much about it though.
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  5. stickstones

    stickstones Wasted Staff Member

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    If the Baker ever comes out it may be worth a try.
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  6. kushcabbage

    kushcabbage vapor nerd

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    sr74 hercules from w9tech with a thread adapter and a cheap mod clone capable of taking a vtc5 18650 battery. All you need. You'll spend at most 150. 100 for the cart, 20-30 for the mechanical mod clone, and maybe 15 dollars for an adapter. Then grab some batteries and hold onto your hat. Why have a plug these days with how powerful batteries are. Cut yourself from the cord, and who knows you might retire your torch like I did when you vape out of the best there is.
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  7. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    What about the VB2 from vapor bros ?
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  8. stickstones

    stickstones Wasted Staff Member

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    That's probably the best option functionally, but if I read right it will be way out of his price range.
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  9. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    Yeah I just went back and looked at it again after I posted. I totally forgot $700 + price tag.
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  10. g14production

    g14production New Member

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    Thank you all for the feedback, it does seem like with how battery's have improved their is really nothing wrong with using your pen as your daily driver.
  11. Caligula

    Caligula *results not typical.

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    Evo + VapexNail. Shit looks boss. Wish I had one.
  12. Puffers

    Puffers Well-Known Member

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    Well since you don't mind your pen.....

    I use a nemesis mech mod with a patriot dripper that houses a 1.1 ohmish dual ribbon coil on ekowool wicking. It can hold a couple dabs for 2-3 solo sessions, or 1 tough session with 3 dabbers like I did over the weekend for my b day. Both of the other guys had pen's with wax atties on them, neither wanted to use theirs after we dabbed off my nemesis rig. Probably gonna set my buddy up with one next week he calls it my porta-nail :ko: .

    The taste is way cleaner then globes and similar 510 oil attys, it rivals my ti-nail usually IMO. When my coil starts looking a bit crusty a 30 sec dry burn has my wick white again and coils looking basically brand new. I have ran well over an 1/8 of oil on this same coil so far and it shows no sign of slowing down. With an 18350 battery it's shorter (albeit a bit thicker) then my pen setup is and very pocketable. A small piece of my sssv tubing on a drip tip makes it easy to hook up to a 14mm gong fitting for water use.

    Anyway man thats my :2c: if you don't mind some DIY and some experimentation, some 30 amp sony's can get you into plug in wattage levels (60+) if you want/lungs can handle going there :D

    http://fuckcombustion.com/threads/advanced-e-cig-users-and-oil-wax-how-to-one-hitter-quitter.10360/

    Good luck man, if you need a hand with anything you can always drop me a PM.

    :mmmm:
    Man that VXN looks clean been eyeing it for a while now, might have even got the other half to cave on letting me buy one in a couple months :party:
    Last edited: May 30, 2014
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  13. Caligula

    Caligula *results not typical.

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    Also this, if you want to keep it portable and don't mind chewing up batteries.
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