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Discussion in 'ABV' started by 19shadowmaster77, Nov 18, 2012.

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  1. 19shadowmaster77

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    what are the best portable vaporizer?

    MLFB how good is it?

    Thank you very much!!!
     
  2. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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    Hi,
    Based of what I've seen here, for taste, the recommendation is to get all glass vapor path, like in the solo
     
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  3. Pcpvapors

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    MFLB is for some a daily driver but for many it's best used for a fast blast on the go! (That description owed to vitolo!)
     
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  4. MotoPsycho

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    The mflb was very tasty to me the first few hits as long as you didn't heat it too long and char it.. The solo is great taste wise, if you keep the temp at 4. I would think most vapes have the ability to be tasty, as long as they have some sort of way to control the temperature.
     
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  5. kingofnull

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    I think the Solo is a good choice if taste is a major concern for you.
     
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  6. stickstones

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    I love the taste of my solo. it tastes great all the way through when i leave it on 3. it's only when i push it up to 5 when ending the night that the taste starts to go south.
     
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  7. kingofnull

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    Yeah and at 3 the ABV is so nicely coloured too :)
     
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  8. 19shadowmaster77

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    So, for a good taste is very important to have a low temperature ( 374°F) and a path all glass. Arizer Solo looks great, but is also a little expensive.

    I tried Volcano in Amsterdam some years ago, and was something very strange: with combustion i can't feel the taste of weed, while with Volcano seemed to drink some fruit juice, so my question is that:

    How the Arizer solo compare to the Volcano in terms of taste?

    Thank you! :)
     
  9. kingofnull

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    Solo can be purchased for $160.

    There's no comparison in terms of taste. Solo ftw.
     
  10. 19shadowmaster77

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    :uhoh: Where??????????????????? :huh:

    Thank you!!! :love:
     
  11. ShipDit

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    Puffitup,can't beat the price + excellent customer service
     
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  12. kingofnull

    kingofnull ace

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    Puffitup.com and Planetvape.ca are two retailers that offer the discount price of $160.
     
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    Thank you very much!!! :tup:

    I hope they send it to Italy, or i can ask to my friend who lives in Canada to purchase for me and send it back to me with Ups or Dhl! :D

    Planetvape.ca send to Italy, but the price is $229.95 ... ???
     
  14. kingofnull

    kingofnull ace

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    Use coupon SOLOHQ160
     
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  15. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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    Hey bro where you do live in Italy ? I'm half fruilan myself. Got a lot of family around San Daniele. I love the culture, I crave food from there. I was thinking about moving to our house there, a peaceful living, cultivating my fruits, vegetables and of course our favorite plant in the mountains. But I'm gonna need to learn more Italian and need a driving license. I know I can adopt the Italian nationality if I want thanks to my grand parents.

    I didn't had opportunity to use the solo myself, but it's one of the best reviewed vapes here (what a great community), so I think you'll be pretty happy with it
     
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  16. 19shadowmaster77

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    :love:

    Thank you very much!!!

    :tup:

    I also asked to my friend in Canada, now i wait her response! ;)

    Hi, i live in Turin! San Daniele is in a very beautiful area!!! Near Lignano Sabbiadoro and Venezia, fantastic!!! Is a part of Italy different from the others, more jobs for people, all service are very good! ( health, transport, law, etc...).

    If you have family, and a little amount of money, you can open a farm holidays with found from state! ;-)

    Easy life, you can do your passion... :love:

    Italian isn't a problem! You can learn easily with your parents while you speak english. ;)
    For the driving license i dont know if you can convert your american license, or do the examination again.

    Sadly bureaucracy is a little hell, but apart from that the rest is fine! :)
     
  17. Roger D

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    I don't have any driving license in fact, I live in France, near Paris so I don't need it for the moment, I urge to get away from there so I think of the possibilities. The great thing is that we already have a house I can live in. The thing that keeps me from going is that is in a lost place, so you absolutely need a car. For a car you need money so you need to work, so you need to know Italian. There are plenty of other concerns. Complicated

    My parents didn't speak Italian as their first language. My father is 100% French and my mother never lived out there. She was born in France. My grandparents speak a mix of fruilan dialect and italian. I understand approximately without being able to speak or tell the difference between thoses. I speak english and french really good, I want to learn but that's not easy to find great Italian content, while there is plenty in english.

    I would love to grow some serious grass in the mountains. A whole parcel lol. Too bad its not totally legal. If one day they legalize suppliers I'll go for sure... The sun is so heavy around there. Amazing fruits and vegetables they produce. I'm drooling just thinking about the kind of weed I could produce there.
     
  18. 19shadowmaster77

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    If you know a language like english or french at a good level, you can easily find a job in a call center, and there is no problems if you don't speek italian initially!

    My advice is to go for holidays to your parents house, and stay for one or two weeks, while you look aroud for jobs. I don't know if you are specialized in some type of job, but in big cities the most part of the people speak english, so for the start isn't a problem! ;)

    Initially you can move with train or bus, is not so comfortable, but after some monts you can get a car and a driving license.
     
  19. Roger D

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    Thanks for the advices brother ! Sorry I didn't say that I can't stand the city anymore ;) I don't want that life, like you've got to rent an apartment and do a "fork" job so you can perpetuate the system. I can't find enjoyment in that. I tried. I'm a bit extreme and I can't fit.
    I would like to live in the family house and for that, I really need a car to do about anything.


    I want autonomy so I don't work for someone. I would need all the time a man have in his day to cultivate my gardens, making my bread and take care of my sheeps. Lol, I'm kidding a bit, but I would love that. I want to build my life, work for me, eating really good food is the most important part for me. I can't stand the garbage they push on us.
    I'll not run from the city for another one. (I may push me if its the start of something who leads me to what I want) One thing I love about the place I was talking about, is the low density of population. You can walk for hours, you'll not see much people. You can do cool stuff like naturism.
     
  20. hoptimum

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    make sure you get the right voltage charger
     
  21. 19shadowmaster77

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    I perfectly understand you, and i fully agree with! :tup:

    For this there is no problem, i'm a electronic... ;)

    I can use a standard charger knowing the Voltage and Ampere. :tup:
     
  22. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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    Me too, I was very good at it :tup: I really like stuff and devices. We got much in common ! Hope you're gonna enjoy the vapors ! You're converting from combust ?
     
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    Yes, i realy don't like combustion... :(
     
  24. OhTheAgony

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    Sorry for the off-topic, but people got by without cars for 1000's of years :myday:

    Get a horse, or a moped, hitch a ride or simply ride a bicycle. Don't become depended on something silly as a vehicle if you want to live like that, just get creative and toughen up a bit ;)


    On topic: I love my old school ceramic Solo in terms of taste, hated the earlier ones with the metal bowls. Not sure if they still use the same metal for it but I sure hope not.

    In theory one can't get much cleaner then a Gnome. But it'll be about another week or before I can actually try one, so it'd be kinda silly of me to comment on it just.
     
  25. Roger D

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    Yeah I totally agree. I don't like cars at all. But our poorly designed world is fitted for that now so we gotta deal with it. If I were already installed I wouldn't really need a car. My ancestors lived in the mountain with nearly nothing. The problem is that the shops are far, really, and the roads are full of crazy guys who think they're alone around there. The best for me could be a small electric vehicle I could charge with solar power, stuff like that. I like when once you've invested you don't need to spend anymore.
    You can't release the chains I once. At the beginning I can't count on any production so I will have to buy groceries. Even to bring all my stuff I will need a car. Without, all gets really complicated. This is really an isolated rural zone, so I don't think there is even a good internet access for the moment

    More about the topic, is this gonna be your first experience with vapors ?
     
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