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Best vaporizer for lower temperatures (158-165C°)

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by VapeReady, May 5, 2018.

  1. invertedisdead

    invertedisdead FC-OG

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    Agreed!

    Some of those ghost hits have a very spacey stone!
     
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  2. VapeReady

    VapeReady Member

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    Ok i'm hesitating this is not good i hate not being able to make a choice as fast as i can... I have to admit i'm picky sometimes and can be quite difficult when i have to make a choice.

    I think it comes down to either:

    1. Mighty
    2. Solo II
    3. Fury II
    :bang:

    Life's a bitch peace :peace:
     
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  3. Tiny88

    Tiny88 Deluxe420

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    Can't comment on the Solo as I have never used one. :\
     
  4. Waldorulez

    Waldorulez Well-Known Member

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    Get the pocket friendly one
     
  5. Morty

    Morty Well-Zoned Member

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    Supreme V3
     
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  6. VapeReady

    VapeReady Member

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    I think it's a draw between Solo II and Mighty... The only thing i might be concerned about now is the temperature precision and draw restriction. Which one is more precise?
     
  7. blackstone

    blackstone Well-Known Member

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    Get the Mighty, it has an isolated air path that doesn't contain a glass LCD screen.

    Also I don't know about Solo II, but among other things, the whole two part vape with fragile glass and needing to hold the parts together in use killed the Solo I for me when I got my Mighty.
     
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  8. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    I don't believe anyone here could give you an honest answer to that question.

    (Like: I don't care for the Mighty. . . so I'd say the Solo II is more precise.)
     
  9. VapeReady

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    Lol did you ever open up a mighty unit and have a look at the inside? I don't think this isolated airpath you are talking about will make it so much better. I have seen the inside and i must say that i'm not impressed with it. For the money it could have been made better, no wonder replica's are being made in china. A lot of plastic, heck mighty is almost all plastic... And let's not talk about the annoying mouthpiece either...

    You see i'm quite sceptical and when i want something i'm looking for i will take my time before picking something out i don't have a deadline so i don't care if it has to wait. Opinions however are important the more i read them the closer i get to making up a decision.
     
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  10. VapeReady

    VapeReady Member

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    Well i guess someone in here could know the answer on that question. I'm not asking the best but rather the more precise on temperature control...
     
  11. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    Someone could but I don't know how they would.

    What I was saying is due to the bias of which vape you like more will be the one you judge to have the most precise temp (as in the temp you set is the temp of the herbs are while vaping).

    I know some people here have tried recording the temps in (through ?)the load in different vapes like the OG solo and couldn't produce reliable data session to session. So I'm not sure I see a way to compare the temp vape to vape.

    Hope that makes sense.
     
  12. Moose

    Moose New Member

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    I personally love my Utillian 721. I own a Mighty and a DaVinci IQ but the 721 is my go to. Its easy to maintain, decent battery life and the vapor is great. Toronto Vaporizers had a promo at the time that made it under $200 CAD. Well worth it my man.

    However, if you have the bread and are feeling fancy, definitely get yourself a Mighty. Storz is number one for a reason.

    Good luck bro!
     
  13. KC2K

    KC2K Well-Known Member

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    I have had the 2017 and 2018 Mighty. They've sorted the cut off so now it pulses for a bit to give you warning. It works great at low temps and is ok for micro dosing. I think for what you need it fits the bill.

    Oh there is very rarely visible vape below 160 C but it definitely works. If you have any other questions feel free to message.

    My daily driver is a VapCap. Just heat it near the top of the tip to keep it at a lower temp. The learning curve isn't too bad.
     
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  14. sanfranciscosadhu

    sanfranciscosadhu Well-Known Member

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    Like this thread a lot!
    Occasionally I really get into low temperature vaping, especially to truly enjoy the taste and I'm always pleasantly surprised as to how high I get without irritating my throat even the slightest.
    This post for me is a good reminder to go back to lower temps rather then habitually chasing clouds.
    I vote for the Mighty, especially when using the dosing caps. I always heat the Mighty up first and only then put the dosing caps in. This way I have at least a couple of pure flavor hits, truly enjoying the terpene flavor profile. I don't care that the ABV is not dark, or the herb is not completely " spent". I feel REALLY good and so do my throat and lungs :)
     
    Last edited: Sep 12, 2018

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