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Errlectric Concentration Station

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by DieHard, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. DieHard

    DieHard Vertical transportation specialist.

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    Saw this unit at the South Florida Glass and Vape Show. I spoke with Matt at their booth and really liked what I saw. It is Made in the USA which I like a lot. It also has a 2 year warranty. Here is their website. https://www.errlectric.com/
    This unit has some features that I don't see on most E-nails. It has a shut-off timer that can be set from 3-420 minutes. It continues to display a caution message and Nail temperature until it cools upon power down.
    I opted for all of the options with mine. They have a Ti "Vortex" cap/dabber in various colors. A Ti cleaning brush and a Travel case. I also purchased their quartz nail insert, this will allow dabbing from either quartz or Ti.
    I mentioned FC said he said he had heard of us. I suggested an "FC Discount" and got one. I really like this thing so far. It came very fast upon ordering and was packaged well and very discreet. I am going to see if they are interested in joining FC.
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  2. NickDlow

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    I don't dab enough to invest in this guy. But DAMN it's sweet!! If I come across an extra 5 bills I'll def grab this.
     
  3. DieHard

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    It fits great in the Travel case.
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  4. blindowl

    blindowl goin to some place where I've never been before

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    I am seriously considering one of those too. I like the extra functions such as the adjustable timer. Also it being made in the USA. The one thing which i dont like though is that the coil and nail are firmly attached and removing the coil voids the warranty on the coil. But still, its the most attractive enail on the market to me right now. Would be rad if they joined FC.
     
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  5. DieHard

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    Here's a little video that I made with the Kathy057 "toro Knock-off".
    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  6. vjt324

    vjt324 Well-Known Member

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    dude im seriously considering grabbing one.. im sketched out about not being able to switch nails...any thoughts bro? @DieHard
     
  7. DieHard

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    I haven't found the need to switch nails so far, and I'm riding it hard every day . I also have their Quartz insert which is nice to be able to switch. Flavor is awesome!
     
  8. mixchu69

    mixchu69 Well-Known Member

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    Looks great.
     
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  9. DieHard

    DieHard Vertical transportation specialist.

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    I find that when heating up from cold, it only takes about 2-3 minutes max to get to 700-800. Didn't really time it tho. It does not overshoot the preset temperature by more than a few degrees. Running at 600 now. It seems to hold within +/- 5 degrees at idle. Immediately after an average capped dab it drops a few degrees while hitting my WP, but back up to within +/-5 in seconds. It does not ever wildly overshoot the set temp. The Vortex cap is very low mass so there is not a lot of heat loss due to a cold cap. I have never seen the coil turn red hot. I'm going to bring my Fluke Meter with Thermocouple into the mix today to verify the accuracy. I'm sure this has to help the coil last longer.
     
  10. DieHard

    DieHard Vertical transportation specialist.

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    Here's some pictures of the Quartz I nail insert. And the heat shield. Sitting on my FC-187.
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  11. vjt324

    vjt324 Well-Known Member

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    Damn bro I got the auber and its nice and all. Put a hive nail on it and it's rockin out....but FUCK!!!! That's sexy mannn @DieHard
     
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  12. NickDlow

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    Thanks for the pics bro they really clear things up and now it's time to save lol
     
  13. jackieboy

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    Can this be used with a QCB? Or are the nails built into the coil?
     
  14. DieHard

    DieHard Vertical transportation specialist.

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    The nail is attached to the coil. They also have an option that has the dish part for a HE Infiniti nail. There is a quartz insert for their nail.
     
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  15. DieHard

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    So I have put enough shatter and crumble through this thing to need to do some minor maintenance. The nail has some build-up in the chimney. I found that the Vortex cap is a perfect fit to use to clean the chimney. The shape of the end is not the best for a dabber but it works great for cleaning. Push in and twist, and the wedge-shaped end augers out all of the crusty build- up. This is the best vapor-related purchase I have made. 4 months of hard daily use and no hiccups or regrets.
     
  16. mixchu69

    mixchu69 Well-Known Member

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    Damn.
    That video shows milk city once you put on the carb cap. I wish I knew about this before I purchased my analog Dnail. This looks much sexier than the auber.
     
  17. Silver420Surfer

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    @mixchu69 -- Yo can use the Auber universal nail with the Errlectric vortex cap.
    The universal nail has 2 pieces that you can use as the top "dish", one is smaller than the other and the vortex cap fits it perfectly. I have been a HUGE fan of the Errlectric vortex cap and am so happy I can use it with my Auber. My cap should be here next week. Just thought I'd mention it, not trying to derail this thread.
     
  18. white russian

    white russian Well-Known Member

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    i find this an amazing product, had my @errlectric 6 months thing is an absolute beast, so much so i don't think i would bother with flowers again, definitely a dabbing convert here, heat up time of nail is lightening quick, lovely control over temp too makes things a breeze. I've got the quartz insert loved this little guy but unfortunately i broke the centre part last night when i was too aggressive cleaning out some grunge after i gave it a ultrasonic bath, so beware people the insert breaks easy if you don't handle it with kid gloves.

    i like that these guys are not resting on there laurels i hear per instagram a FULL QUARTZ NAIL is on the way! these guys get my full backing as i have never received customer service like these fellas provide, quite astonishing the lengths they go to make sure you are happy. HIGHLY.. recommended.
     
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  19. NickDlow

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    Come on tax returns!! Haha
     
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  20. white russian

    white russian Well-Known Member

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    break the bank now! you know you wanna :)
     
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  21. NickDlow

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    Of course I do but I can't justify it right now I will in "up to 21 days" lol
     
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  22. white russian

    white russian Well-Known Member

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    DieHard what is your fave temp using the quartz insert and capping? at the moment my sweet spot is 650 f i really enjoy the flavour and the high set here, but if i want to get more ripped i turn it up but sacrifice flavour somewhat doing this.
     
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  23. DieHard

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    650 is about right for me. Sometimes I'll go as low as about 550f on the Ti for low temp flavor-town.
    And I'll just drop this here.
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  24. white russian

    white russian Well-Known Member

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    i Tried using the nail without the quartz insert for the first time last night, i choose the 550f that you mentioned, i found this to be way hotter than i like but boy was i REKT, i now realise that using the
    quartz insert is far superior in every way, you need to crank up the heat to compensate but the taste is
    miles better imo. i'm definitely all over the full quartz nail when its released.
     
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  25. DieHard

    DieHard Vertical transportation specialist.

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    The instructions that
    Came with the quartz insert say that you may need to run 100F hotter than your normal temp on the Ti.
     
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