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Best Stealthy On Demand Battey Replaceable and Reliable Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by alex91, Sep 9, 2017.

  1. alex91

    alex91 New Member

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    I'm looking for a stealthy on demand and battery replaceable vaporizer and I'd like to know if you guys have any recommendations. I have the Mighty, the Sticky Brick Jr and the Omnivap Ti.

    I really want a stealthy vaporizer on demand with replaceable batteries and I'm certain I'd buy the Grasshopper If I was from the US. Problem is I'm from Brazil, so I really don't want to risk sending it back to the US. I'm torn between 3 options:

    1) Wait for the Grasshopper to become reliable (maybe never?)

    2) Buy another stealthy on demand vape, like the Firewood 4. In this case, I'd wait for the next Firewood, I guess. I'm also open to other suggestions.

    3) Wait for the announcement of a good vaporizer that can fit the stealthy on demand with replaceable batteries criteria.

    What do you think I should do? Any suggestions?

    Thank you so much.
     
  2. Tiny88

    Tiny88 Deluxe420

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    Maybe the Davinci IQ? Not necessarily on demand but heats up pretty quick. The Firefly 2 is on demand but not too stealthy though.
     
  3. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Tom Cruises

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    There's a few that attach to a box mod and actually vaporize herb. The InstaHeat cartridge is one that has a list to get. Then there is an upcoming one from RBT that was called the Bohdi at one point. Just a thought in a different direction, which is what I'm interested for a future purchase.
     
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  4. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    Maybe the divine tribe dry herb gen2 atty? It works on any box mod with temp control and there are plenty of small box mods on the market ( I use the eleaf pico). There's still a heat up time, but it's faster than the FW4. The atty is very efficient. I get maybe 3-4 hits, but the effects are working! I use it instead of my sbj when I'm on the go or want a quick sesh.
     
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  5. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    @Diggy Smalls so bummed I missed out on the splinter aka bohdi haha. There was 4 left and when I refreshed the page it sold out. Bought a UD today though and seeing your lineup, maybe I'll be okay lol.
     
  6. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Tom Cruises

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    @TNT_error I leave my UD on most of the time. I love it. So cool they come with the dimmer now. I've been curious about the Divine tribe dry herb atty. I'll have to look into it more.
     
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  7. CarolKing

    CarolKing Singer of songs and a vapor connoisseur

    I wish the Grasshopper was a dependable portable vaporizer but it's not yet. It's the most stealth IMO. It looks like an ecig.

    What about the new Airizer Air 2? It has just come out. It's small and I hope dependable. Arizer is a good company. I don't have one but I have the original Air. It's pretty small. I think with the exact temp control as one of the upgrades I would buy one but I just bought the new Arizer Solo 2.
    The Arizer Air uses user replaceable batteries.

    It's not on demand though I just caught that. You can set the timer for the lowest setting. It might be 6, that's what it is on the Solo 2. The AA 2 heats up in like 40 seconds. I guess you could take a couple of draws then take the stem out and turn the unit off. You can put the hot stem in the tube thats provided that you can see in the pic below.

    I have the Milaana but it's not that stealth. It's hard to find dependable, stealth, on demand and battery operated all in one. It would be the Grasshopper but it's not dependable, hopefully some day. It does have a lifetime warranty.

    This is the new Arizer Air II
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    Last edited: Sep 10, 2017
  8. little maggie

    little maggie Well-Known Member

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    What about the mistvape? It is shaped differently than the other stealth ones being squarish but it fits in a pocket and doesn't really look like a vape or ecig.
     
  9. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    @Diggy Smalls i have been reading nothing but good reviews on the UD. Now it's the tortuous waiting game haha. You should definitely give the DT a try. I've tried others, but they're all horrible. This one actually does it completely right. I was really surprised on that point. Oh it's rebuildable too! Core last about a year, give or take. It's 40 for the atty and, I think, 60-80 for the kit.
     
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  10. howie105

    howie105 Well-Known Member

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    Here is a suggestion instead of cutting and pasting the majority of your prior post just stay with that original thread. One often gets better responses if folks know what already been suggested and it often saves everyones time. good Luck
     
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  11. sickmanfraud

    sickmanfraud Well-Known Member

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    I second Carol King's idea of the Arizer Air 2. While not on demand exactly the unit heats quickly.

    Since you are from Brazil I would suggest buying the Air 2 directly from Arizer. Arizer has very solid reputation and their vapes (I own 4 Arizer vapes) are built like tanks.

    Currently Arizer is offering free worldwide shipping and a choice of plugs for $239.
     

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