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Dragon Lite Portable

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by storybookhero, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. gnarlescharles

    gnarlescharles TOP CHEFFF

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    as a MFLB user, can you tell me if you can get blasted with high tolerance? been smoking for a few years about 10g a week, glass only.

    can I still get blasted off the MFLB?
     
  2. GOATPUSSY

    GOATPUSSY Well-Known Member

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    Yes.
     
  3. BigDaddyVapor

    BigDaddyVapor @BigDogJunction

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    Actually, the MFLB is my go-to vape, when I've built up tolerance. My day to day, I have access to plugs, so I use my log vape. Its a very hard hitter, the way I use it. When it just isn't doing it. Just switching up to my MFLB will fix it. One rule has always held true with my MFLB. Two good rips, wait 5 and I'm good to go.
     
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  4. pattywagon

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    I have had my dragon lite for a couple of days now and it seems to be the same as the mflb, just feels cheaper. but i just lost the metal battery cover and was wondering how to use it w/o the cover. any suggestions?
     
  5. Vapie

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    Have you used a MFLB?

    I have this and a mflb and there is no comparison. I honestly can barely get a draw off the dragonlite. :/
     
  6. gnarlescharles

    gnarlescharles TOP CHEFFF

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    you have both? can you tell me a little bit about how you can compare the two experiences?
     
  7. Vapie

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    Sure. I'll try to shoot a quick video later tonight or tomorrow sometime.

    My big gripes about the dragon are that it just feels cheap, the battery doesnt always engage and you have to wiggle it around so its not consistent, and its hard to get a draw off of for some reason.

    I HIGHLY suggest you pick something else like the MFLB, or PALM. Both are about the same price. (though still more than the dragon) I would go with MFLB because of expandability/accessories you can get later. And honestly it just feels solid. I should have a review of the PALM up soon as well.
     
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  8. gnarlescharles

    gnarlescharles TOP CHEFFF

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    thanks, although i was interested in purchasing the dragon before, from general consensus, i found that it was wiser to spend more money on a better vaporizer than to settle for the dragon, and i now have a solo coming in the mail

    but i am still very interested in the performance of this vape vs the mflb, will defo watch ur review if you make one, and im sure it will help a lot of people decide on weather they would buy this vape. i wasnt able to find much on the dragon when i was trying to research on it prior to ording the solo
     
  9. VapeLife954

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    Hey guys.. I'm a new user to this Site but I just felt like putting my 2 cents in about this vape. I know it feels a little cheap and it may look like a children's toy but it works and it works very well. Only things I could complain about would be the short amount of time the batteries last and the company not including any batteries with the unit.
     
  10. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    I also have a dragon lite. As a matter of fact I have already taken advantage of the lifetime warranty once. My first dragon lit worked great but then one day it just stopped heating. I scratched my name in the top and pulled the screen, shot them an email and a week later a brand new unit was at my door. Now, I've been into vaping for quite some time now, I own a volcano, a dragonlite, a atmos raw(big mistake) and my newest baby, my pax! I've used many many different vapes including the mflb and I can say that the dragon lite with a good battery in it is very very comparible to the mflb. For an entry level vape to get someone started its perfect! They sell on their site for 25 plus 3 s&h. I already had some energizer 2700 mah batts and charger so it worked out great! I've gotta say it's a definite contender for mflb but it hasn't got anything on my pax! Just my 2 cents. Just don't want anyone to pass on a potentially great product becaus it "looks cheap".
     
  11. VapeLife954

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    This isn't the appropriate forum for this but the Atmos Raw is an amazing portable vaporizer once you get the glass screen.. Try it and you won't be disappointed!
     
  12. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    I have the glass screen with 1 hole, the one with no holes, the one with like 5 holes. And none of them made it great. I tried putting in a screen above the heating coil and with the glass screens! All to no avail. A few little clouds then bam, combustion! I'm no dummy and I tried every variation. Sometimes it was ok and others it was just plain bad! I'm just happy I have my pax now because none of them come close to it!
     
  13. golem

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    Hello everybody, here's a quick review of the dragon lite, I had it for almost a month now.
    First, it's build cheaply , you can tell right away. Second it looks awful , mercedes benz ? yeah more like a Lada fully charged with tinted windows and purple flames, if you know what I mean.
    Now let's talk about the performance : so far I couldn't get a good draw with 2000 nimh battery, I can see some vapor escaping the box but it's nothing impressive and there is no "smoking feeling" like you would get with an extreme q or any other good vaporizer. I went today to buy some 2450 nimh battery, they are charging at the moment and I'll come back to say if there is any difference but I don't have much hope at this point. I never tried an MFLB but I think at this point I would exchange my Dl for any other portable vape, such is my disappointment.

    Note is 3/10 , for the packaging and the price, the rest is mediocre at best. I'm waiting on some parts for my extreme q and this won't do until my stuff get shipped.
     
  14. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    My batteries are 2700's and mine works great! (well as great as can be expected) as good as a launch box anyways. I did have to have mine replaced because my original unit stopped making vapor all of a sudden. Mine has done nothing but collect dust since I got my pax though.
     
  15. golem

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    OK so with the new battery the Dl works WAAAAAY better, now I get a good vapor cloud and the battery last for a couple of minutes after 8 heures of charging. It bump my note from 3 to 6/10. works alright for a cheap portable vape.
     
  16. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    See see!! Not to shabby for a 25 dollar vape is it?!?!?
     
  17. golem

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    Yes, U don't even know how glad I am. TBh , the more I use it, the better it gets. I want to try a mflb to compare them but so far the DL is doing a great job. Now let's see what the "lifetime warranty" is worth on this machine, for some reason I don't believe in it ha ha . Also $25? I don't know where you got it for that price but I paid 40 bucks for it in California. $25 is a GREAT price
     
  18. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    I got it for $25 + $3 S&H right from their website. Now I'm pretty sure they are like $29.99 with free S&H. I have already turned mine in on warranty once, it's legit! All u do is tear out your screen and scratch your name into the tinted top and take a pic of it and they'll send you a brand new unit. The turn around time though... Took me several emails and like 3 weeks to get my replacement, but I did get it eventually.
     
  19. golem

    golem Active Member

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    Is there anybody with a dragon lite and mflb to make a comparison?
     
  20. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    I used to have a mflb but I never had it at the same time. But I will say the amount of vapor is damn near the same.
     
  21. golem

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    Well thanks vaped&confused, it's seems that we are the only one with a DL here so cheers mate. I was asking about the mflb because I feel the dragon lite doesn't vape the herbs as good as it should. but I guess that's how it goes.
     
  22. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    It really is a decent little vape for the price. I wonder if the mflb power adapter would work with it? It would be a lot better then!
     
  23. golem

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    it would be the tits if it would work, but forking 60 dolla to find out is out of the question for the moment.
     
  24. lookhigh

    lookhigh Well-Known Member

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    It workd just fine, can be got for a lot less than $60
     
  25. VaPeD&CoNfUsEd

    VaPeD&CoNfUsEd JoDa Glassworks Glass Blower

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    You've used the power adapter with the dragon lite?
     

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