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Multi-brand HEALTHY RIPS FURY

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

  1. OF

    OF Well-Known Member

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    Solo/Air/ArGo (all models) are basically the same capacity as F2. Depending on grind, strain, and cure say 1/4 gram? For instance, the 'dosing capsules' for F2 also fit well in Solo/Air stems. A more or less standard size, for instance the Flower Mates are in this class. VGs are in this range as well. Some, like MFLB and VapMan (a personal favorite) are about half that (1/8 gram, give or take).

    There are very large differences in potency of herb, making choices based on volume questionable IMO. "You get out what you put in", there's no magic. Heat it correctly and most any vape will extract what's in the load in the process of converting herb to ABV.

    OF
     
  2. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    I own the OG Air and the CF/x, all I will ad to the above is that my CF/x does not see much use any more, I really like my Fury2 on a bong, the CF/x was good on a bong too, just not as nice as the F2.
     
  3. lookhigh

    lookhigh FC member

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    my boundless vapes are retired and the air was too sloooow for my condition.
    bowl size is about the same, as @OF said bowl size is not the question.
    How well it extracts is more important to me.
     
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  4. OyVape

    OyVape Well-Known Member

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    i have both and i think the Fury 2 oven can hold more than the Air 1 stems. But the Air stems probably hold more than the Fury stems, which are about 10mm.
     
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  5. Used2use

    Used2use Sometimes to stupid to become a fool

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    Don't own a Fury, but i can't complain about the Fenix mini - no bad silicone smell or whatsoever, afaik it's from the same factory in the end, and even cheaper here ;)
     
  6. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

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    Just like a Fury1, concentrate tank that is a pita and barely worked, forgot how they upgraded in the F2 to a more industry standard pad. Don`t forget the F2 lifetime 50% replacement after normal warranty runs out.
    But I can see your point, the Fenix is very well priced.:tup:
     
  7. Simple10

    Simple10 Member, you member riiiight?

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    Just got my Fury2 today, this is the first factory made vape I've purchased in a long while.

    Do I do the initial burnoff with or without the mouthpiece on?
    Should I also do an iso wipe before starting?
     
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  8. justcametomind

    justcametomind IT'S TIME!

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    I had already bought two Fury2, because I lost my first one.
    Bought the first one after reading here it was a good one and didn't regret once.
    I asked just because I get asked quite often which vaporizer to buy as a first one, an since F2 is my answer, I guessed Fenix could be a cheaper alternative.
    Any overcharging in your Fenix?
     
  9. Used2use

    Used2use Sometimes to stupid to become a fool

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    guess it would be long dead if it hadn't protection, would be also pretty unsafe to sell it like that...
    But @Dynavaper has both, he compared them a while back...
     
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  10. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    Im not sure if it matters but since the burnoff is for clearing the chamber and heating element of potential factory residues you may as well leave it on, since the bottom of the MP counts as part of the chamber.

    Even though the instructions dont say you have to, I always do out of gut instinct. If theres any factory crud to remove from the chamber then 2 methods of removal makes me feel better than 1. I did 2 burnoffs and 2 iso/water wipes. Overkill maybe, but when I fired it up the 3rd time to use it, all I smelled was a fresh hot metal oven..exactly how its supposed to smell.
     
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  11. btka

    btka Well-Known Member

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    that is also my opinion... I get most vapor without dosing caps (maybe less conduction because of dosing caps and I have also the feeling when drawing air is passing around the dosing capsules which maybe dilute the vapor with air... but I have to test more...
     
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  12. Razshiro

    Razshiro Well-Known Member

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    Hey,
    I have my fury 2 since severals days and i'm a bit disappointed at first by the "factory" taste, remember me the Boundless CF or my first Vivant alternate (was worst tbh)... After severals bowls this bad taste disappear but i found the taste very neutral with this vape. The vapor production is very good even with low temp a bit harsh at high temps .... but omg the sound when you take big strong draw, it's not very stealth:p . This is my "holiday" vape with my Vapcap, so i'm going to test more the next weeks...

    I have this little "task" or "scratch" inside the bowl, i don't know how to call that @HealthyRips.com or someone can tell me if is normal ?
    [​IMG]
     
  13. Simple10

    Simple10 Member, you member riiiight?

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    I just did it both ways and it turned out fine. No bad taste from the 1st bowl. The last factory vape I bought was the Boundless CF over a year ago and I don't remember if I did burnoffs for that thing or not. I stopped using it (and all other dry herb portables) after discoveriing the power of the Flowerpot showerhead. The FP was my daily driver til my living situation changed where I could no longer leave it out and ready every day.


    The Fury2 will make a great substitution on days where I can't plug in. Vapor production at higher temps & WPA was the same as the CF but with better flavor. For dry & low temps, the F2 was better in all aspects. Battery life is also the same (bad), but at least with the Fury2 digital display the battery life bar is shown on screen at all times.
    Overall I am satisfied with my purchase. The only downside is loading/unloading the bubbler accessory. Kinda cumbersome for me to load without spilling water or your material. Good thing my kit also included a WPA that loads more like a log vape WPA, which is much easier than packing the bubbler.

    Perhaps I should of went with the dry curved stem? Is there really a noticeable difference in smoothness vs the default mouthpiece?
     
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  14. Jill NYC

    Jill NYC Portable Collector

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    If you are sensitive with the heat from the Fury & you would like to use it more often without water, it is a great investment.
    I personally feel a difference at the higher temps and love the bent stem. It is a bit cumbersome (you can’t just flip it over in oven when done like the WPA; instead you have to place it on its side somewhat carefully. However, not nearly as carefully as I suspect you need to do with their bubbler.
     
  15. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    The bent stem is a very civilized addition. I love mine.
     
  16. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    Another good thing about the bent stem is that flower particulates dont make it past the bend, so not only is the vapor cooler but its cleaner too. If you already have the bubbler, why not just use it dry? Its already cooling and filtering the vapor even without water in it. The bubbler without water is probably even cooler than the bent stem.
     
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  17. Polarbearboy

    Polarbearboy Tokin' Away Since 1968

    Another in my "Why I Own a Fury2" series, this one taken in northern Newfoundland. That is an iceberg from Greenland and the wind is howling. The flowers are moss campion. Warmest day so far this year, 66F/18F but gusts to 50mph/80kph. Why F2? Small, highly portable, very reliable, fast heat up, and most importantly, dosing caps!!!!!! which make it easy to use in the wild and windy places I love.

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    The image was here, it shows up on the edit page, but now its disappeared from the post. I don't understand. So I think I'll get stoned.

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    Trying the Direct BB imgur method.
     
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  18. Skunkport

    Skunkport Well-Known Member

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    Imgur problem mate, relax :lol:
     
  19. MonkeyTime

    MonkeyTime Well-Known Member

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    There's a whole thread about the picture or lack of issue...... but that is a fantastic picture!

    The easiest work around to see the pictures is just to hit reply, the picture shows up in the box and the next time you reload the page it does as well.

    I just love this thing thru water, it's a perfect little 1-1/2 hitter. walk up, turn on, load, it's probably almost heated, a tiny primer hit, a full draw, and another just because there might be something left and I'm done.

    As much as I'm looking forward to the Fierce, I'm already wondering if the size of the F2 won't keep me here? I'm buying one either way :razz:
     
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  20. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    Try THIS LINK
    (hopefully I got it right)
    Edit:
    When you touch my link... it brings you to: https://i.imgur.com/t5IDwBS.jpg
    Just remove the "i. from the front (on your URL on your browser), leaving https://imgur.com/t5IDwBS.jpg and the image will be present.
    (it is a crime that we must trick the system!)
     
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  21. bossman

    bossman Gentleman Of Leisure

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    @Simple10, the wpa is a worthy investment if a small glass bubbler is suitable for your home use with the Fury 2. I have vapes I prefer to the Fury 2 native mouthpiece, but with the wpa and D020 from dhgate the Fury 2 reasserted itself in my home rotation because it's milkier with glass. The glass mouthpiece and wpa are both great for efficiency too.
     
  22. SloJimFizz

    SloJimFizz Unknown Member

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    Agreed @bossman This little thing shines with the wpa and is very efficient with that and the glass stem. My glass stem broke two days in. :(

    Testing @Vitolo method of trickery.

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    Sweet!
    Just remove the i. after you paste the BB Code. :rockon:
     
  23. Polarbearboy

    Polarbearboy Tokin' Away Since 1968

    Well the image is there again. Sorry for the double post, but Imgur was messing with me...again.

    One thing I just noticed in the picture is that the Fury 2 still looks new. This baby has been used 3 or 4 days a week in the winter, starting in January, and 5 or 6 days a week since the dosing caps arrived, often in wild and rough conditions. This little vape is just so solid.
     
  24. Skunkport

    Skunkport Well-Known Member

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    So I gave the WPA a good run out last night and it works great with my little sake bottle vape. I was steaming! Feels good in the hand too, it's about beer bottle size/weight, just barely not balanced enough to stand upright like that unfortunately.

    [​IMG]
     
  25. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    Its a great image though! Nice to see F2 in those conditions.
     

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