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Multi-brand HEALTHY RIPS FURY

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by reeefermadness, May 9, 2017.

  1. Etsu

    Etsu Active Member

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    Hi,

    I'm the owner of a fury 2 for about 3 weeks now, and I really appreciate it!
    I orderd it after reading maybe 60 pages of this thread, so I wanted to thank you. I planned to use it exclusively with the WPA, but the dosing capsules are so convenient, even if I use it exclusively at home. Unfortunately, as lots you reported, the standard mouthpiece tastes plastic. Battery life is the only other downside but with a unit that small we can't blame HR, it's a pretty good compromise and it heats so fast I can't complain or deniy the efficiency.
    I can make 2-3 sessions with the same load so it's perfect for microdosing, the size and shape are perfect too.
    WPA is great, really nice taste, but it scratches the Fury bowl and leaves marks, is it the same with yours? Don't know if I should worry about that.
    It replaced my omnivap use for light buzz between the first and last sessions of the day with the mighty. As someone asked, in my experience, I can see more vapor with the fury, but I feel it more in my throat with the mighty. And I get more medicated with the mighty, I can't explain why.
    One thing surprised me, the device gets really hot compared to the mighty (the only other battery powered vape I had the chance to try), I read some of you made 2 sessions back to back, I do it too but I wonder if it doesn't damage the battery. Maybe the timer is set to 4 minutes for health/security purpose. Obviously I don't care about buying a new unit, I care for what I inhale and that hot electronic thing so close to my face, as I know nothing about electronic. Is it the same with other vapes?
    To finish, as everyone mentioned, customer service is top notch, shipping to Europe fast and without issue for those who hesitate. I didn't want to order on Vaposhop because I wanted the free bubble (didn't try it as it looks hard to maintain clean), the SS basket screens, and the 3x5 dosing capsules. And even with shipping costs is was cheaper on HR website than vaposhop.
    So thank you all once again, and thank you Healthy Rips!

    One last thing I forgot, it fits perfectly in a 1010 Pelican Case with my material container, the nano black magic MFLB grinder, a brush, the wax tool, and maybe the 5mL centrifuge tube for caps (waiting for delivery).

    [TL;DR] Love it, can't ask more for the price after 3 weeks of use. Would be the perfect unit with two things: full glass mouthpiece and swappable batteries. Mighty still stays my favorite (not the same price range so comparison isn't fair), but I use the Fury more and it replaced my omnivap.
     
  2. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    It has more or less the same heat to dissipate through a smaller (surface) package. It makes sense it would get hotter to the touch?

    I would not worry about back to back sessions, I sure don't. I strongly suspect the 4 minutes is intended to give more sessions with the very limited total battery available. I too usually run two (four minute) sessions per capsule, but not necessarily 'in a row'. I've even been know to start it up and take a few hits and shut it down.......

    OF
     
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  3. BabyFacedFinster

    BabyFacedFinster Capo di tutt'i capi

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    The only time I hear a rattle is when I have a dosing cap in the unit. Otherwise, no rattle. I'd contact HR.

    I just posted on this yesterday. Yes, the pads work well. I wouldn't put a lot on at any given time. I am fearful of some oil seeping into the bottom of the heater. But with a rice grain amount it works very well. I've also tried smearing some hash oil on a little organic cotton and placing it in a dosing cap. The pads give a bigger hit in comparison for me.

    @ataxian I love my Fury 2 as a go to portable. Very civilized, especially with the GSC.
     
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  4. Jill NYC

    Jill NYC Portable Collector

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    I definitely think it’s because it’s such a simple, reliable vape! It’s a No-Drama Vape.

    Edit: Piece of Cake Vape.

    I hear nothing in mine. You should reach out to HR about it.

    Any chance your finger is covering the airholes on the bottom?
     
  5. ataxian

    ataxian PALE BLUE DOT

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    I have been checking the FURY 2 OUT & DA SOLO 2 both I'LL get!

    F'N VAS & GAS = IFFECCETION in a WORLD or UNIVERSES = CIVILIZED SOMEHOW?7
    GIRL SCOUT COOKIES FROM DA CENTRAL COAST OF CALIFRONIA WAY TOO STRONG HOWEVER DECENT!
     
  6. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    Can`t go wrong Yoda. :tup: HR Fury2 is the ducks guts, especially when mated with my D020-d bubbler. :drool:

    Edit; The buttons rattle on my unit when shaking, but if I hold them, nothing.
     
  7. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    Happens to everyone @Cjisohsocool ...check it out and let us know.

    .
     
  8. lookhigh

    lookhigh FC member

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    Have a look at the furys bigger brother, the fierce. coming soon.

    @ataxian go for it, did we ever steer you wrong?
     
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  9. Cjisohsocool

    Cjisohsocool Well-Known Member

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    So I did a bunch of burn offs and tried blowing air but I don't think it made any difference

    Now that would of been bad lol no I made sure I was thinking the intake
     
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  10. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    What do you see looking down into the bottom of the bowl, are the holes blocked mechanically? I just checked on mine, which is working well, all the holes are open and you can see a flat surface below them clearly with good light. As I expected, no light makes it through all the stuff on the way to the vent (sometimes a useful tool in cases like this, plugged filters and such).

    Anyway, are all the holes sharp edged and clear of any debris?

    OF
     
  11. stark1

    stark1 Less = more

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    Love dose l’il caps—for the Fury!

    Thank you, @HealthyRips.com. :tup::clap:

    But, being tiny, easy to lose.

    Having lost one in the spring grass, I took a step to advoid some more being lost:


    A plastic cylinder with an ID of 10mm, repurposed, cut to hold 4 dose caps (one preloaded in Fury).

    Hoping not to lose more. Easily, and neatly, tucked into a belt case. Walla! ;)


    (An alternative, a dosing fob, holds two DC, & one in HR’s tiny Fury.)
    [​IMG]
     
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  12. Cjisohsocool

    Cjisohsocool Well-Known Member

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    I just shined a light inside the bowl and the holes dont look clogged
     
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  13. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Then I'm afraid it time to send it in? Perhaps some part of that 'sealed air path' has shifted? Can you blow air in the input vent on the bottom?

    OF
     
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  14. BabyFacedFinster

    BabyFacedFinster Capo di tutt'i capi

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    That's a tough one. I think you need to send it on in to HR for a checkup.

    Gather the ranks of your other vapes and choose your wingman vape to get you through the wait time. These are the times that try men's souls. Be strong my friend.
     
  15. Faolan

    Faolan Trippin’

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    I'm really liking this fury 2 so far, so convenient
     
  16. VapeKnight

    VapeKnight Well-Known Member

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    Just curious if it's been brought up previously, I would prefer the display be rotated 180 degrees. This would make it easier to see the display for some and allow the buttons to be pressed by finger tips while maintaining better grip instead of having the thumb fumble between them all.
     
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  17. btka

    btka Well-Known Member

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    got my fury 2 today... And like it a lot... big clouds... no harsh vapor even at the highest setting for me...
    fast heat up time... efficient (used less then 0.1g and got 5 to 9 nice vapor clouds...

    only cons are: the taste could be better (but yeah it is a convection/conduction hyrbrid and I only used high temps)
    and I did not like the plastic smell of the device fresh out the box...

    but I think this is the portable vape already available which will fullfill my portable needs...

    I did not expect the fury2 to be so good...

    which temps are you using... which temps are ideal for nice vapor clouds and taste... are you temp stepping (at which temp do you start if you do....)

    I like the fury more then the crafty I had in the past...
     
  18. paehtod

    paehtod Well-Known Member

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    Try 340F step up to 350, 360, 375, the taste are so good and you dont believe the cloudy vapor could come out from these low temp:brow:, i will finish it at 420 with water piece at home at night, dosing capsule working so good in this way.

    and FYI, if you have vapcap's cap, that is a good tool to fill the dosing capsule:tup:
     
  19. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    Battery question: if the li-po battery has a shelf life of 300 charge cycles, does that mean it has 600 cycles if you always recharge it from half full?

    I temp step differently each time, usually ending around 420F. I start at 350-355 and the cloud production on those first few draws is INSANE for such a low temp. But then it gets weird, by the time I get to 420, vapor production has dropped off significantly despite my load having plenty of life left. I dont get it. Makes me wonder if the heater is overdelivering at those low temps and underdelivering at the high temps.
     
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  20. Faolan

    Faolan Trippin’

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    How are you packing it?
     
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  21. Mr. Me2

    Mr. Me2 Well-Known Member

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    With love, I’m sure...
     
  22. btka

    btka Well-Known Member

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    I also have a question regarding charging is it better for lipo batteries to discharge them and then charge them or doesn´t it make a difference for their lifetime when charging when batteries for example are half full...

    I am really impressed from this little vape (fury2)...
     
  23. lookhigh

    lookhigh FC member

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    better not to fully discharge.
     
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  24. TwisteD

    TwisteD Well-Known Member

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    Hey guys, I'm currently debating on getting the Fury 2 or the ArGo, anyone has both so he can recommend me the best one? I want something portable, stealthy and durable.
     
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  25. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    I have both, but hesitate to make such a subjective call for you. Both fit all 3 of those requirements more or less equally IMO. Durable is always a big question with new to the market vapes. Arizer has a history of excellent vapes with Solo/Air so would probably make a good vape? Then again, ArGo is a new design not using any parts form Solo/Air (except the 18650 which it shares with Air II?). F2 ha a serious price advantage and the capsules are nice/convenient which ArGo doesn't offer.......

    OF
     
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