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Discussion in 'Upcoming and Unreleased Plug-in Vaporizers' started by wyatt herb, Jul 25, 2014.

  1. Lookatmeglow

    Lookatmeglow I seem to have a bad case of VAS

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    Here is what I was able to find. @danald2000 you have been alerted.

    https://www.bongsmart.com.au/vaporizers/371-wand-vaporizer.html

    http://www.bongs.net.au/store/vaporizers/pop-vapor-wand-vaporizer/79-3664

    http://www.lerock.ca/store/p464/Pop_Vapor_Wand-.html

    http://www.extremebongs.com/vaporizers/twr-vaporizer.html

    Could not find a single site in the US that was still selling them as well as selling them for around $40 USD. I believe one of the ebay links in this might also still have some available.

    http://m.ebay.es/itm/VAPORIZADOR-FU...e-220-V-AROMATERAPIA-/171492844412?nav=SEARCH

    This ebay link still seems to work as well.
     
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  2. danald2000

    danald2000 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks @Lookatmeglow. Doesn't seem to be any super cheap units... But the eBay one is definitely a good proce
     
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  3. mourningbell

    mourningbell Active Member

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    Damn, now I want this... but I wouldn't pay more than 50 for it. Hopefully another seller pops up on Ebay.

    Any other good China tabletop vapes? I want a desktop unit but I don't want to spend much.
     
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    danald2000 Well-Known Member

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  5. nondarb

    nondarb .

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    It does excellently with small loads, it even comes with some arizer style tophat screens that work excellently for microdosing. The hose I received didnt stink at all, still in use. It takes 1-2 mins to warm up, I tend to cheat but cranking it full blast for a bit before dialing down to vaping temp.

    I still use mine near daily, it downright embarrassed my enano so much so that I sold it shortly after receiving the coney pop.

    Its a near exact clone of the LSV, arguably better due to cord placement. I understand wanting to get one cheap, but its easily worth more than $50. I sincerely wouldn't trade mine for just about any desktop on the market outside of an evo.
     
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  6. danald2000

    danald2000 Well-Known Member

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    Damn. That's high praise @nondarb. I'll definitely check this out
     
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  7. mourningbell

    mourningbell Active Member

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    If you find one for a good price post the link; looked on Alibaba and I didn't see a single one.
     
  8. danald2000

    danald2000 Well-Known Member

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    @mourningbell I believe I found one for $75 shipped to the u.s. I'll try to dig up the link now.
     
  9. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Hey guys ! I see that there is an raised interest in this vape ,so i though i would share my thoughts as i am owning one since 5-6 months.
    Pros
    Cheap
    A lot of glass accessories
    Fast heat up.
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    Cons
    Eats a lot of herb with all the bowls. From what the stock setup offers, i found that only the cap method to be efficient.
    I have owned a DBV and Used LSV and the build quality ,performance,healthiness of the the Coney pop is no where near them.
    First thing - it gets too hot and start to smell really bad if you leave it more than 15 mins on.
    I dont know how is it with you units but mine bscorches my herb even on low setting if it left 20+ minutes. I get less clouds off more herb compared to my Underdog.
    I was on the move between places for two months and i used the pop vapor as my main driver.
    I use it with a 18 to 14mm inside cut reducer plugged into the heater cover. My bowl is a cut 12mm (diameter) test tube (i use the same bowl for my UD). I have positioned my screen like 7-8 cm away from the tip. That way i get enough distance ,so it doesn't burn my herb ,also allowing monitoring of the herb which helps somehow to more accurate temp control,since the knob doesnt do me much good after the 15 mins of operation it is hot enough to vaporize even on lowest setting ,even when herb is so far away :). This modding provides silimar to the log vape experience in terms of vapor production.
    Another concern is the silicon ring under the heater cover,cause it is kind of not making a tight enough seal without it ,like LSV does.. and the silicon used to glue the shiny part under the heater cover. I think those two are the reason of the bad smell when unit is left on long enough...
    This vape is way harsher on the throat and lungs than all other desktops i have used sofar. I regret that i have used it as a main vape for two months straight,it all went down with really soar throat and some weird chest pain which stopped few days after i switched to my UD.
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    You all mention that the side positioning of the the cable is an improvement to the LSV. Well its position is,but the quality of the cable and especially the point where it connects to the body is far better on the LSV than the rubber thingy used on the pop vapor. Mine ripped after one month of usage and if you are not careful cable pulls out and you can see the colored cables out.. at least they could make a tie on the inside to prevent this,cause there is a huge danger of electric shock if one pulls the cable a bit too strong,even with the rubber thingy undamaged it still isnt tight enough to prevent the cable of pulling out from the heater.

    I havent touched mine since a while..except the glass accessories ,they are great i use them with all my other vapes. :) I might use the vape itself some time again,maybe bring it to a party ,but i dont feel this vape to be safe for your lungs so i dont recommend frequent use and when you do ,don;t leave it on for a long time prior use .

    P.S Dont wanna mess with your business but some of the links posted above have prices like 100$ ... Please dont pay that much for it.. i think the real life saber can be found for 130-140 $.,i think you will be better off with it.

    I see that you like it ,but this vape got too much of a praise which might be misleading for some.It gets the job done but is far from a good performing vape. Also please consider safety and the long term health impact of breathing unknown stuff I would never get this vape over e-nano.. considering the performance and safety of both.
     
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  10. Oogendoogan

    Oogendoogan Well-Known Member

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    I am sorry you had a bad experience but I'm gonna say.. this vaporizer works EXACTLY the same as a Light Saber Vape by seventh floor, and it's completely safe.. it uses literally the same heating element and I've used mine a ton, it heats up fast and mine stays at a set and steady heat. The fact is the LSV, SSV, and DBV are all cheap, outdated vaporizers that use the same simple and cheap heating element. I have unfortunately owned all 3 of them and I have owned 2 SSVs and 2 LSVs, 1 DBV.

    The coneypop vapor simply took it from them and actually made it better with the fast heat up and cord on the side. I've taken one apart because I have 2 and it's completely safe. At least IMO.. there's nothing in there that's gonna cause harm, the unit doesn't use glue to hold anything in.. you even said you messed up your rubber on the bottom; it's not rubber more like high temp silicon but yeah you ruined it as you said.. if you didnt the vape is completely safe.. Look I don't want to come off as a dick but I have no clue what you mean by saying this thing is so unsafe..? You say "but i dont feel this vape to be safe for your lungs so i dontrecommend frequent use and when you do , don't leave it on for a long time prior use."

    Like go look at a LSV.. it has the same "health" concerns this vape has, which are none. The coney pop vapor doesn't use unsafe materials and it has literally the same heater that's simple as fuck, it's a ceramic rod.. not much too it and I don't see why the temp would slowly climb on you unless your unit was broken.

    I've left my pop vapor on all day and night and only used it for 1 bowl during that time and I didn't char it... I had to turn the pop vapor up to get the hit I wanted.. if anything that's one downside, the pop vapor probably doesn't get overall as hot as the LSV. But foreal just because this vape is cheap does not mean it isn't safe or doesn't work well.. I feel like your associating a price tag with performance and that's just not the case here or with like any vapes now a days. I mean look at portables like the alternate or cfx..

    Seventh floor is kinda crappy now.. they are outdated and unwilling to change or adapt to a new market. Their sidekick was a kinda crappy portable and the super surfer is just a fan added to a silver surfer and they think it's ok to charge $500 for it lol. They should drop the LSV and DBV to less than $100 but they won't because they don't want to innovate so that's all they have. It's a good think china made the pop vapor so people can try a cheap, simple vape that uses a ceramic rod as a heater and actually works well, for less than $140 for a blemished one lol.

    Sorry.. but I simply disagree full heartedly with your post. From my own experience I have to say I completely disagree with you and I think you either broke your pop vapor and that's why it's so messed up or you are simply trying to kinda put a good word in for the original seventh floor LSV.. I just don't want people who want a CHEAP good working vape to be mislead into thinking buying blemished units from seventh floor is the best way to get one. I feel like I wasted a lot of money on my seventh floor vapes that use this ceramic heater. That's just my two cents.

    EDIT: Just reread your post and I think it sounds like you broke your unit. You speak of the cord pulling out.. and the rubber getting messed up. If you pulled the cord out of your unit then I could see how it may be messed up. Sorry I just have an opposite experience from yours and from re reading your post i think it may be because your unit was not functioning properly like mine.

    Peace :peace:
     
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  11. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Well i refer to the rubber for the part where the cable enters the vaporizer.It should protect your cord gettin cut by the sharp aluminium. Which happenEd after about month of usage on mine. The thing under the heater cover appears to be high temp silicone ,but it is safe within the 220 C ,this vape gets way hotter than this down there. Also there is a shiny round mirror like circle under the heater that separates it from the electronics. Please look at corner and you will see that they used some kind of silicon glue.
    I am not defending the 7th floor vapes,i am not their fan either.. but there is no such thing on the LSV and the part where cable enters is far more safe.. than the rubber which rips of easily with bong usage. And i was just saying that if you can get the real product for 130 $which has 1-2 years warranty and better smell IMO and cord connection than paying 100$ for a Coney pop.. (pricing which i saw in the links posted above. )
    I will try to add some photos shortly :).[​IMG][​IMG]
    So lets explain by the pictures.
    Picture one.
    Please look at the place where the cable joins the vape and you will see that on yours there is a rubber grommet like those on those old slider bongs. but tinier in size.It doesnt prevent the cable from getting pulled right out, it gives enough restriction but u can still pull it out and see the colored wires.. Anyway this is not a problem cause it doesnt pulls out that easily and there is some more cable inside which goes out before that happens.I used to tuck back mine in when it goes out a bit. After one month of mostly vertical use the sharp aluminium edge cut the ring in two ,so the cable became loose.. I tuck it in inside but it pulls out easily and u can see that all this could be prevented if the cable was tied on the other side of the hole. One day this sharp edge will just cut trough the cable with the grommet absent/or a fix,and electrocution may occur.
    Picture two.
    By silicone glue i mean the outer bigger white circle. The one under the heating element might be high temp silicone as mentioned those are safe till 220C
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    Another thing to say is that mine is not the Coney Pop but the Galaxy Fuzion edition, there might be differences between both models who knows...
    Anyway have fun with yours,i just though i should share my concerns with you,not trying to scare anyone away from good deal,
    I might post my mod with the 14mm reducer and the test tube bowl if you like.. it get closer to the log vape experience which for me is the best vaporizing experience that can happen to somebody :p.I personally dont like these type of vapes (LSV/DBV/VB/BOX vapes) cause you have a red ht heating element in the airpath in order to get 200-250 C of vaporizing temperature.. IMO the quality of air coming out of a log vape is far better because it manages to get same temps with far less extreme heat from the heating element ,but that is already an off topic.
    Another thing i want to mention is that i am not a purist freak... i breath in on my fair share of portable chinese vapes.. which have duct toilet paper and got knows what more around the heater :D. and they for sure would make me way sicker than the Pop Vapor did,if i used them for two months straight as a daily driver. It is the dosage that makes it poison. I mentioned 7th floor products cause i have used DBV for 3 years as a mainly driver without any ill effects.. paid its worth 3 times in replacement glass and later realized that it was eating me a tons of herb compared to a log vape to get the same effect less pleasurable overall vaping experience :).
    I am here only to share my experience and concerns i am sorry if it appeared that i am neglecting your experience and opinion on the subject.
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    :)) I think you are a bit confused about me. I am not trying to prevent anyone from a good deal. But after hearing the praise that this vape is second best to the EVO, and it puts the e-nano to shame... :tinfoil:Well there's a ton of people here who will disagree with those statements. Also using this vape for two months straight delivered me a sore throat most of the times + left me with weird chest pain which i can attribute to using it,i monitor my health and life events really closely.
    As mentioned i have used the DBV for 3 years without any ill effects.. have seen the build quality and experience the performance of the LSV,which also has 1 or 2 years warranty and thats why i recommend it over a 100$ pop vapor without warranty.Also some of those lower prized links are from Europe and alibaba sources are usually in China.. if you plan to order from outside USA you will have to suffer longer delivery time and customs control. I am located in the EU and paid just 50euro for mine delivered.
    You might agree or disagree with my opinion but i only speak from experience, and i am sure that after some time,if more user reviews show up you will see that other people will share my concerns too.. I've might not have been here around recently but i have been here long enough and i know the FC crowd well enough to be sure of that,which is the main reason for my post.
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    Well as mentioned in my previous post. We both agree that 100+ for this technology is too much. I would never buy a DBV again even as low as 80$ which is how much i paid for it second hand to a forum user AFAIR). :peace:
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    Being a fan of obscure and obsolete vapes :D this one reminded me of another vape which is not exactly an LSV clone but it is called the LCV and has the worst demo video on the PLANET :D
    Please humor yourself with this one :).
    Click to play YouTube Video

    http://www.dhgate.com/product/2016-...recinfo=8,108,1#cppd-1-5|null:108:r1214711056
     
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  12. Oogendoogan

    Oogendoogan Well-Known Member

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    Wow that's a lot of info.. I haven't had any issue with mine and I have 2.. my friend has one and his works well too. I don't leave it on 24/7 really.. I have left it on for more than a day without issue. Anyways I'm sorry you had so many issues with your unit, I use mine when I miss the seventh floor style of vapes i used for so long, doesn't really happen anymore haha. Still think this is a good deal, maybe after seeing your post it could be safe to say that maybe you shouldn't leave this one on 24/7 like the seventh floor units are capable of doing, it is much cheaper.

    Peace :peace:
     
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  13. nondarb

    nondarb .

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    I strongly disagree, having literally owned an e-nano and LSV (and a myriad of portables, both butane and battery). The issues you claim must be unit specific because mine has none of them and dont seem to be occurring in anyone elses units.

    Getting a lemon happens with anything. In fact my LSV had the exact issue your coney pop had because of the garbage cord placement.. Gotta commend 7th floors CS however.

    Nah, its mostly looking like you. The e-nano couldn't hang with milaana nor my coney pop, let alone any of my butane portables. It runs a smaller albeit comparable heater at less wattage, it not only feels less powerful it factually is.

    Im with you on the $100 price point being a bit much with no warranty, but I legitimately prefer mine to my LSV (which has been sold) based on cord placement alone.
     
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  14. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    :)) Yeah lemons happen,glad i got mine with the Galaxy Fuzion and not with a more expensive vape. Havent used LSV over a long period of time so i can talk if the cord connection is better for real,it just seemed better(also the owner is using for few years straight without issues).I have dealt only with EU shops which offer a warranty replacement most of the cases,have never dealt with 7th floor CS directly,but i take your word for being a shit.
    May be you got a lemon with your nano ,lol :). A friend has one for a very long time as a daily driver and it hits as hard as day one.(almost as hard as my UD)
    Well i guess your coney might be better of with a 100$ vape even with no warranty in your case .
    Peace and stay safe :)!
    P.S I got mine from the ebay seller in the link above sinse01 was a bit cheaper back then .
     
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  15. funkyjunky

    funkyjunky tubo.lamart.ch Manufacturer

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  16. danald2000

    danald2000 Well-Known Member

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    With the current exchange rate, @funkyjunky you seem to have identified the cheapest unit for us u.s. Members.
     
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  17. DarkSm0ke

    DarkSm0ke Well-Known Member

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    I have a pop vapor wand too. I prefer the e-nano for the size (I have cats and they like to knock things over). That being said I lent it to my sister and she liked it too. I don't know about any health issues or poor workmanship as mine works fine and has no problems so far.

    I have found the best stem to use with it for me is the Long stem direct draw for EV-2 (discontinued). There is a set screen in the stem and a "top hat" screen at the end. You put some herb between both and then vape or roast it. It is very efficient, in fact if it is not packed too much you can visually see the herb kind of vortex and spin between the screens as you draw in air. This makes the extraction very even. You can still buy the EV-2 wands from Epic Vape here: https://epicvape.com/product/direct-draw-glass-for-ev-2/

    It is totally worth the price and in my opinion, improves the use of the pop vapor.
     
  18. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    Thanks for everyone's info,I'm in Australia and Lsv's cost about $325 including a couple of 18mm adapters with eq screens ($275 not included extras) which would leave me broke for weeks...
    I decided to see if there was spinoff and found it-I was interested,then when I read the 4 pages of this thread I got very interested...enough to order one from the sites I found,also stated on here. You guys are on it...love the info
    I'm hoping my blue pop vapors not going to be a dud but it is a coney pop and not the fusion galaxy box so fingers crossed
    Also I love my water hits,what size bong should I go for,I would like it tasty and not too filtered?? And is just after the on switch the best temp for water hits too?? Thanks for the info
     
  19. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    Any help regarding good size bongs or bubblers that don't filter or diffuse too much,I still want it tasty hit with a punch to it?? Or is anything decent with this vape??
     
  20. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    My first order and my unit was missing the heater cover and wouldn't switch on with ceramic heater moving up/down freely.sent back and trying one more time
     
  21. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Hey Guys,i tried disassembling my unit,so i can see where the weird robot smell was coming from,and why vapor was so harsh especially after leaving it turned on for longer times.. After removing the silicone ring under the heater cover and the metal piece that makes tightens seal ,i could clearly see that there is glue under the heater base,some yellow gunky stuff that stretches like cheese when u try to clean it. Also idk if i mentioned before but that shiny circle that separates the electronics from the heating chamber is make of plastic,looks the same like those cheap fake plastic mirrors.(on the outer sides it is fixed with white silicone and in the middle where the heater base is there is the yellow glue.)
    I have the galaxy fuzion rebrand from ebay(some spanish seller) ,i dont know how it is the situation with the coney-pop version ,i really dont want to stir shit again...but i would advise anyone that vapes for health reason to take all the praises it received with a grain of salt..
     
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  22. nondarb

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    Where did you buy and what is the unit called? The "fuzion" kind seem to be more problematic but my "pop vapor" is going on nearly a year strong. I actually sold my LSV because I preferred the pop vapors cord placement and preformance was/is identical.
     
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  23. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    Second coney pop-vapor blue colour arrived,turned on for five minutes,the knob was dodgy and now doesn't turn on at all. Fail. Bongsmart Australia.
     
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  24. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    I understand some people have had good experiences with the coney pop vapor but I haven't yet,maybe il third time lucky or I might spend the extra $100 australian for a better built Lsv
     
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  25. Dsontech32

    Dsontech32 New Member

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    Ok so I got a 50% off voucher from bongsmart aus,so thought hey $75 worth a third gamble. And 5 days in this vaporizer is the best I've used so far. Very economical for micro dosing and nice taste with clouds and hit. Took me a little while to get used to and I'm usually water bong, I did combust a few times but now I've got it. And I've noticed just tearing buds into tiny bits works better than scissors or grind,1 small cone gets me 3 bong hits. And also would suggest if your going to make attachments don't flip it upside down,it rips way better upright and your cable won't twist. I'm using it unit upright to 18-18males with elbow screen attachments included with the provided whip cable cut in half to another purchased 18/18mm connected to mini bong.it hits hard,with clouds and definitely way more than when I was flipping the unit upside down into 18mm att into a mini bong which was ok until I tryed this other way. Just vaping it with the wand is equally enjoyable,economic on goods,big nice tasting and hitting clouds.
    I did the burn off before use for 25mins and was and is not smelling of any manufacturing oils,and I always turn my unit on at the wall socket because the knob is and feels cheapish.
    Best vape I've used and might purchase another 1 to stash
    This thread and forum with all your info was awsum,cheers
     
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