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Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by uhranium, Aug 29, 2016.

  1. curtiscaped

    curtiscaped New Member

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    No it doesn't leak or from what I've read doesn't burn your material at all when not hitting.

    I too have ordered the new metal ring and mouthpiece and will also weigh in, certainly looks interesting. I like the WPA even without glass so this should be good.
     
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  2. jdent3

    jdent3 Well-Known Member

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    For some reason my wpa doesn't fit very well on my Cfv. I can only turn it like 1/8 of the way. It works well enough but it's a little wobbly. It fit perfect on my CF though.
     
  3. captainsaveahope

    captainsaveahope New Member

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    Okay so the glass mouthpiece and the metal ring arrived today. I put them both in at the same time in place of a bucket screen and the stock mouthpiece. Gotta say I'm really liking the combination so far. I don't have to have as long of a draw as I did before and I'm getting a great amount of vapor even at 388 degrees which I never vape at usually. My only minor complaint and it's really not a big deal, but as I got to about 419 degrees the mouthpiece started to get a little hot for my liking. Considering how much vapor I was getting at 388 I'm very pleased.
     
  4. b0

    b0 Cloudy...

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    Sounds promising! Mine should be here anytime next week, can't wait! :D
     
  5. beefsupreme

    beefsupreme Well-Known Member

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    I have the same problem. It barely fits on my CFV but fits perfectly on the CFX. I've got the retaining ring screwed down firmly, so i'm at a loss to understand whats wrong.. so I use the CFV with the normal mouthpiece and do huge WPA rips with the CFX. Which works fine, but if I only had the CFV I'd be more concerned. Is there anything else to tighten to get a good WPA fit?
     
  6. Dynalowrider

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    I took a flat file to the leading edge of the WPA. Doesn't lock completely. Just an eighth turn. But it works. Doc
     
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  7. sickmanfraud

    sickmanfraud Well-Known Member

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    Anyone looking to buy a CFV should know that Planetvape has them for $219 CANADIAN.

    This works out to be a bit over $166 US dollar. Amazing price.
     
  8. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    I got the CFV Micro Bubbler. Got it opened. No how to was included. So, how full do you fill it? Do you have any advice for me? Thanks in advance. Doc
     
  9. curtiscaped

    curtiscaped New Member

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    Glad I'm not the only one who couldn't figure that out!. You can push the bottom up after removing the little glass mouthpiece that pops off at the top. Then push the bottom up with your thumb, maybe just enough to fill with water or your favorite beverage!. Cleaning is the same. FYI the glass isn't super strong so don't put in your back pocket, learned the hard way but liked it enough to buy another!
     
  10. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    How full? Doc
     
  11. curtiscaped

    curtiscaped New Member

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    My experience is that the most you can do is half way, then some may reach your mouth and empty till it's settled at about half inch and stays at that level or so. You can also place in fridge etc.
     
  12. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    Thank you. I'll try that. To bad it won't work with the CFX or the CF without being modified. Doc
     
  13. curtiscaped

    curtiscaped New Member

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    Regardless its a decent product and works well.
     
  14. Dynalowrider

    Dynalowrider Well-Known Member

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    I removed the OEM screen and collet that holds it on, from the Micro Bubbler. I formed a 3/4" screen on and around the threaded screen holder. It stays on fairly well. It fits the CFX and the CF, but IMHO they both work much better with the WPA and my PNWT. Which is not as discreet as the Micro Bubbler. The Micro Bubbler looks like an e-cig contraption. The water tool looks like a pot project. I like the Micro Bubbler for what it was intended for, the CFV. I think you could sit in a bar with it altogether and no one will notice you. Just my opinion. Doc
     
  15. bobo305

    bobo305 Well-Known Member

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    anyone try the aluminum bowl yet? does it introduce a little conduction?
     
  16. Likes2vape

    Likes2vape Well-Known Member

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    I was just going order one but @Boundless Vape Technology shipping is $15. Yikes :freak::freak::shrug:
     
  17. Likes2vape

    Likes2vape Well-Known Member

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    I found the aluminum bowl @PuffItUp I just ordered it so I'll let y'all know how it works out in a couple of days. I have been using an eq screen as the bowl but it is pretty small . It's perfect size for me by myself but if I'm using it with a buddy or two the taste falls off pretty quick with so many hits being taken. The aluminum bowl should fix that I hope.
     
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  18. tornic

    tornic New Member

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    Hey there, new FC Member here from germany, just reading until now but I want to let you know whats my impressions are with the Swift Pro.

    Own this device since two weeks, and overall I'm happy with it so far.
    But for me, the bowl is a little bit to small, at least if you use with one or 2 friends.
    And the need of stiring a few times to get all out of the herbs is really annoying for me, espacially if you are not at home and don't have the stiring tool with you.

    So I have just recieved my order of 4 Arizer Q bucket screens and additionally a crafty glass MP.

    What I have done with this stuff is a combination of two mods mentioned earlier:
    - put a Airizer Bucket in the bowl (without a retention ring)
    - filled it with herbs tightly
    - then put another bucket on top, then screwed the retention ring holder down.
    - Afterwards shaked the Swift a bit to loosen up the herbs.

    In the end I have kinda Screen capsule for the herbs.

    It is a little bit complicated to fill in the herbs this way, but I think I get used to it.

    Of course I had to remove the original screen which is part of the MP to be able to put the MP on top of this construction.

    I will test if this works this evening and report here again.

    If some one have an idea how to connect the booth buckets counterwise so they hold together while carrying in a pocket, you could pre-fill this capsules and just exchange them on the go.
    Perhaps some small brackets?
     
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  19. KeroZen

    KeroZen Chronic vapaholic

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    I don't find the need to stir personally. The temp stepping does the job for me and ABV is uniform in the end. Maybe you try to load too much in the bowl?
     
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  20. sickmanfraud

    sickmanfraud Well-Known Member

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    First, I agree with @KeroZen I never stir my CFV.

    Second, thanks for your impressions, we are interested, but FYI there is a SwiftPro thread here somewhere.

    I would like to re-explain how I use the Arizer bucket screen (my mod idea)

    Leave the bottom screen where it is. put an eq basket into the bowl area resting on the bottom screen.

    install the retaining ring to hold the eq basket in place. Put the included funnel on around the retaining ring to keep herbs from going into the threads

    Then fill your herbs (not tight so no stirring).

    Next, once herbs are in basket screen loosen the retaining ring and remove it. Be careful not to have herbs spilling out.

    In my opinion this is the most important part: Take a second screen (same size as bottom screens) install it in the retaining ring. Then tighten the retaining ring reassemble and vape.

    This keeps the screen of the mouthpiece unclogged and makes cleaning the CFV (or SwiftPro) easy as can be.
     
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  21. tornic

    tornic New Member

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    Hey, perhaps I do fill to much into the bowl, old behavior from my former conduction vape ;-)
    I'm used to put around 0.25 gramms material into a bowl and use it for at least 4 sessions.
    Now I have to get used to just take 0.1 or less, but for each session a fresh bowl.

    I came here while searching for information for those sibling vapes, thought it would be ok to post into this thread becouse I've found the mods here.

    @sickmanfraud: I do nearly exactly what you explained, but I use a second eq basket as "hat" instead of a plane screen, and after shaking , it is not filled tight anymore.
    Its just a variation of your mod, I will keep you updated if this works for me.
     
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  22. Likes2vape

    Likes2vape Well-Known Member

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    I get very even extraction with my CFV no need to stir. If I over pack it I can have little bits of green on the top but it is really a few flakes and when I empty the bowl out it is all evenly vaped.
     
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  23. sickmanfraud

    sickmanfraud Well-Known Member

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    @tornic you can post wherever you want just wanted you to know.

    I am concerned that removing the bottom screen would negatively effect the vape. I have never had a problem of burning or of the air holes getting clogged.

    I really have no concerns about how you load with the exception of removing the bottom screen.

    Perhaps some other CFV or SwiftPro users have input?
     
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  24. KeroZen

    KeroZen Chronic vapaholic

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    I didn't find the need to perform any mod. For some reason my mouthpiece screen doesn't clog so much.

    I mean, I need to brush it a little bit after a session but so far (many months of daily use) it hasn't clogged like some of my other (conduction) vapes do.

    For me the vape is really good out of the box. My only complaints are the battery life and maybe the draw resistance, but I get used to the latter. The damn battery life on the other hand... hmmmm!
     
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  25. Likes2vape

    Likes2vape Well-Known Member

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    @KeroZen I agree the battery life is my only complaint about the cfv
     
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