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Best vape for CO2 Oil?

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by newVaper420, Sep 18, 2016.

  1. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Hey all,
    I recently got my medical card and can now get CO2 oil (only). They sell pre-filled carts but I already have an issue where my most important one, the wick came out.

    They sell bulk oil which is better but what kind of vape do I need to get for that. As you can see I have a bunch of dry leaf vapes and the mighty but I really would like something like the prefilled carts but in better condition then the ones they sold me.

    They said at the dispensary that they sell the Aspire pen or something but mostly out of convenience, not because it's the best one.

    Any advice will be greatly appreciated.

    Edit: Also need something efficient because the oil is very expensive so do not want to waste.
     
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  2. subway13029

    subway13029 Well-Known Member

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    I would look into the yocan evolve or the Lynx zero..both good oil pens and on this site. Or you can get a glass piece and a banger and dab the oil.
     
  3. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    I really need to meter this like with those prefilled carts. I'm not sure how I would drop this liquid into a yocan or a lynx?

    Is it better to just get a refillable cart solution?
     
  4. subway13029

    subway13029 Well-Known Member

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    in my experience it isnt easy to refill the carts.as it can get messy and not easy. they are convenient to use but seem to lack that punch as they are usually mixed with pg or vg. the lynx and yocan and basically load as you need it.
     
  5. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Well this oil I get is already in a cart, and they will sell it to me out of the cart. I can't get wax or shatter. So I just add a little oil to the pen and that's it? That doesn't seem to good either.
     
  6. subway13029

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    But if the sell it to you in the cart and that's really the only way is carts or load as you go? Or just dab the oil onto your bong..
     
  7. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Yea it's cart for $100 and bulk oil (not in a cart) which is double the amount of oil in the cart for like $140. So I'm trying to find something that is the equivalent of using the cart for medicinal purposes. I'm a bit nervous to try a pen made for wax like the yocan evolve for this purpose.
     
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  8. subway13029

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    ive had the carts but never the oil from the cart by itself? I would think you could dab it or load onto the donut coil maybe. I would think it's too thick for an juice type of pen. Maybe the hybrid from boundless vapes could handle it.
     
  9. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Yeah I think I'm gonna go to the vape store with my oil and be like I need something for this. LOL. Gonna pick it up tomorrow
     
  10. alittledabwilldoya'

    alittledabwilldoya' Sapphire Powered Dabstronaut.

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    E-nail or Torch & Banger?

    :shrug:
     
  11. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    I have a hard time believing that's what the state wants me to do with this oil. I'll re-engage the issue tomorrow at the dispensary.
     
  12. waxdab23

    waxdab23 Well-Known Member

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    The W9 Alpha Centauri Grade 2 Titanium Dual Ceramic coils work for this. You just use a syringe to apply a drop or two of your CO2 oil directly onto the coil. Give it a couple of short pulses and it'll get absorbed into the porous ceramic and be ready for vaping.

    You can use their Omicron which includes a battery or only get the Alpha Centauri and pair it with a box mod.

    Alternatively, there is the new Ecapple Miracle coil Type B. It's supposed to be good for Co2 oils but I don't have any experience with it. I've only tried the Type A, which is more suited for stable concentrates.

    Edit: I understand that you're after a tank or cartridge for your Co2 oil, but as far as I know, there aren't any currently available that are work reliably for a substance with the viscosity of Co2 oil. It's too thick for the e-cig tanks and the little cartridges you see used with the prefilled are just not reliable.
     
  13. Gettinbetter

    Gettinbetter Well-Known Member

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    I've been looking for the same thing man. It's surprisingly difficult to find something. I was talking to a local dispensary guy about a month ago and he told me that they have a new pen coming out with a glass tank that is refillable, doesn't leak with altitude changes, and is supposed to be sweet. I'll check with them again soon to see if they have come in.
     
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  14. alittledabwilldoya'

    alittledabwilldoya' Sapphire Powered Dabstronaut.

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    Why would the state be concerned with the method you choose to intake your medicine?
     
  15. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    They wouldn't. I just can't see elderly patients using e-nails and what not LOL.
     
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  16. Esmeralda

    Esmeralda Well-Known Member

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    I just got a Boundless CFX and it's supposed to work with oils but it comes with a refillable cartridge. You are talking about the cartridges that you get from the dispensary with a mouth piece attached and they sell you a battery that screws into the cartridge, right? I just bought the stupid battery. They're basically an e-cigarette, but my dispensary was only charging $20 so I grabbed one. I don't love it. They only way you could get that oil out would be with a syringe, I think.
     
  17. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Esmeralda, yes I'm talking about that oil. But they sell it outside of the cart as well.
     
  18. Esmeralda

    Esmeralda Well-Known Member

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    Okay, I thought so. Yeah, I am experimenting with that, too. I don't much care for the e-cig they sold me, but it gets the job done, I guess.
    Interested in hearing what others say. Wish those cartridges would work with some like the iStick Pico.
     
  19. Vapor_Eyes

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    The Pyrovap by Dynavap might be a good choice if it's a thinner consistency. If it's a thicker consistency you should be able to use it in your Mighty with S&B concentrate pads. Wrapping it in organic cotton or degummed hemp fiber should work too for the Mighty or other dry herb vapes.
     
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  20. newVaper420

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    I just used a little bit in my Cloud Evo. It's hard to get a little bit out. Also it tasted bad in the Cloud. Maybe I did something wrong.

    I'm on the hunt for something. It's definitely liquidy, super thin.
     
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  21. nosmoking

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    Why does it not work with the Pico? I see all the posts above and I am really confused by the responses giving solutions that would work with wax or dabbable concentrates when C02 oil is not really a dabbable product. If you tried dabbing C02 oil it would probably drip off the tool before you could even get the tool over your nail. If you tried filling a coil or donut atomizer than it would probably be very inefficient and so messy you'll need silicone gloves and clothes probably.

    C02 is meant for wicked atomizers. Almost any will work. I just use a simple disposable battery with mine, however when I could not get pre-filled carts and only could get the C02 I just filled up the liquid carts for my V2 Pro series 3 and it worked great. This works but if I wanted to really commit to the C02 method, then I would suggest investing in a boxmod like the Pico or one of the one's mentioned in the Divine Tribe thread so you could get more use out of it if you ever wanted to use thick more stable concentrates such as wax, shatter, etc.

    I also would like to note that C02 has a very unique taste. It does not taste like herbs much. It is more like a flavored E-cig. This can be an acquired taste as it was for me. I couldn't stand the taste of C02 oil at first but now it's just another vapor trail.

    I would also like to summon @zor and @Melting Pot as they both seem to use these often enough they have posted about them and may have more to add than I just did.
     
  22. newVaper420

    newVaper420 Vapor Enthusiast

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    Wicked atomizer. Got it. This is helpful. So do you have a specific one that you recommend?

    What about the Ijust start? http://www.eleafworld.com/ijust-start/ I only get a little bit of oil so don't need a huge tank.

    If I go to a vape store will they be able to help me?
     
  23. nosmoking

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    That's why I summoned the other two forum users. I have only used pre-filled and the V2 Pro Series 3 carts. I bet any ecig atomizer would work. Essentially, C02 oil is the cannabis version of ejuice. It would be great to get some quality user feedback on which atomizers are good for C02 oils and what voltage is best for them.
     
  24. Vapor_Eyes

    Vapor_Eyes unfiltered

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  25. nosmoking

    nosmoking Fogmonger

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    This is correct, however keep in mind the pyrovap is butane operated and can only hold so much so its not so great for heavy use IMO.
     
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