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Multi-brand HEALTHY RIPS FURY

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

  1. Mr. Gweilo 420

    Mr. Gweilo 420 Dude

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    I will write more later but just quickly..

    I got mine on Saturday and have been using it almost non stop. This is a great product. Small and powerful. Easy to use and super stealth. Imo it is an absolute home run.

    Also the wpa is outstanding. Did @paytonpenn design this? You nailed it man. I hope they paid you and I hope they pay you more to redesign the regular mouthpiece. It's fine but could be improved.

    Otherwise this is a great vape, a very, very fucking great vape.:rockon::D:D
     
  2. HealthyRips.com

    HealthyRips.com Healthy Rips Team Company Rep

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    Hi @Mr. Gweilo 420, So awesome to hear that you are enjoying the FURY 2!
    Just want to clarify that paytonpenn had uploaded a video quite a while ago with a similar setup to our WPA. That was the inspiration for our WPA design and we wanted to give him credit for a great idea.
    We have also been getting valuable feedback and ideas from many FC members on how we can improve our FURY 2 mouthpiece - we greatly appreciate you all. We are incorporating these mouthpiece ideas into our new XL portable/home use vape (unnamed) that we are designing right now. We will be using more glass - surrounded by the protective and ergonomic mouthpiece shell. We will be designing the new FURY 2 mouthpiece alongside our new vaporizer - so it will be early next year before we have another update. Please be patient - we are making progress and we are excited about what we have in the pipeline.

    All the Best!
    Healthy Rips Team
    https://www.healthyrips.com
     
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  3. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    Ha I wish I could say I had something to do with the design but they did very well creating what I showed on the pure convection video. But the execution of their wpa was all them. Very awesome job HR.

    I've mentioned it before I am using something other than their wpa. @HealthyRips.com I know I've requested a lot of things on the new one but please do make sure there is no glass screen pre installed and give us thinner glass. Right now I don't really have interest in your WPA (I still use it) but the extraction from a thinner glass tube is darker and I can force the bowl size .02g and still get a good thick hit. Atlernatively I can load past the default wpa bowl size and get a good darker extraction than it provides. Also since its a little thinner the bowl size is a bit wider and it may be due to the metal screen but airflow is a lot more open and I don't seem to be getting restricted hits as much as I was with the wpa.

    I don't know how its going to happen but I'd also like to see your new unit improve on flavor at max temp with no herb loaded.

    This is still my daily driver with the only other dailies being the FlowerPot, Essence, and Firewood.
     
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  4. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    To play devil's advocate, i actually love the glass screen in the stem and much prefer it to steel mesh screens I have to use elsewhere. So they shouldn't do away with one thing, just offer more, as they seem to be working on, new mouthpieces. Will keep the Fury2 going for a while before we'll need a Fury3...
     
  5. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    Yep...I agree that the glass screen is preferred...at least by this Fury Fan! :rockon:

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  6. Gardenerjeff

    Gardenerjeff Author, Teaming Series of Organic Grow Books

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    New vape needs flow through power so we can use while charging....
    Teaming
    Gardenerjeff
     
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  7. ChiefLoudFlower

    ChiefLoudFlower New Member

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    I like the wpa, wish the bowl was a tad bigger though, and I prefer the glass screen.

    I wish the regular mouthpiece was made of the same kirksite metal though.
     
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  8. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    Don't really want this much if batteries aren't swappable, typically this sort of useage will hurt the batteries overall life if not true pass through, which would likely require an adapter much larger than the vape itself... I dono
     
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  9. BigSkySmoke

    BigSkySmoke Member

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    Agreed. I'm liking the glass screen. Easy to clean and has good air flow.

    I will say that one of the things I loved about ordering the Fury 2, was it came with everything I needed. A big turn off with others out there is having to buy 2 WPAs in 14mm and 18mm at $15-20.
     
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  10. paehtod

    paehtod Well-Known Member

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    Just received the WPA yesterday and continually hits 4 bowls in 1-hit style last night, I do love the smaller bowl, provide me micro dosing but huge cloud in one hit.
    I am surprising that the taste is still good with 430F. I am using the fury 1 clone, with the normal mp,
    the silicone part taste not good when temp over 400F, but with the WPA the taste just like hitting at 360F, yummy~
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    I insert a SS screen in the bottom of the WPA bowl, try to prevent small particle pass through the glass screen, it works ok but still have some passed. Really love this WPA, my only electric device getting rebirth now ;)
     
  11. ChiefLoudFlower

    ChiefLoudFlower New Member

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    Just wanted to thank everyone for helping me with my questions! The Fury 2 blew away my expectations and has replaced my other vapes as my daily driver. It beat out my grasshopper, Arizer air, m, and mflb. This little vape is a tank and a pleasure to use.

    I went into more detail on reddit if anyone is interested in reading my full review and comparison.
     
  12. Used2use

    Used2use Landrace racer

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    as u mentioned u tore down your fury 1 bc the silicone in the vid - a tear down / dismantling vid would be nice...
     
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  13. StonerSloth

    StonerSloth cui bono?

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    I think your reddit review is spot on, and I'm glad you finally found a vape that works for you! I have used a lot of the same vapes you have and I too was blown away by the quantity and quality of vapor coming out of the Fury.

    I do get much thicker and tastier vapor with the WPA and/or glass stem than I do the plastic mouthpiece. I think the density is probably due to the conduction from the glass walls. But either way, the Fury is a keeper!
     
  14. 9.Fingers

    9.Fingers New Member

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    Hey guys, new to the forum here.

    After reading all 35 pages of this thread I decided to pull the trigger on the FURY 2. My expectations are fairly high as my last vaporizer was the Crafty before it stopped working.

    I also have had some not-so-great experiences with cheaper vaporizers such as the Wulf Vape SX where very little vapor would come at high temps and then the plastic mouthpiece would melt. I chose the FURY 2 over the Flowermate V5.0S and the Starry for my first 'budget' vape while my Crafty gets fixed.

    I noticed some users prefer the FURY to their Pax 3, which doesn't surprise me personally as I have never liked Pax, but how about you users with Craftys/Mightys? Do you find yourself using the S&B or HR vaporizer more?
     
  15. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    @HealthyRips.com has said that the Fury performs like a top-tier vape at a mid-level price... they are correct!

    You've picked a real winner this time! :rockon:


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  16. DirtyD

    DirtyD Well-Known Member

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    I actually love the new wpa as a mouthpiece dry, - taste last longer and is better, makes bowl smaller, still big rips. Works great with a water piece, can cash a bowl in one go, but imo better as just my new mp. Haven't touched the old mp since I got the hr glass. Thanks again hr and All! Glass wpa turned this into a new ,even better vape. Cheers, D
     
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  17. dabbedanddone

    dabbedanddone New Member

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    Hey guys, also new to the forum.

    I'm hearing a surprisingly large amount of hype over this Fury. I love the way it looks, and I'm interested in what it's made of. But would this be better or worse than the arizer air? The air certainly looks better with it's replaceable batteries.
     
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  18. Shit Snacks

    Shit Snacks Milaana. Lana. LANA. LAANAAAAAA

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    Welcome! Subjective, we actually just discussed it a bit, but Fury is more powerful than Air with more convection in its design. Using glass stems, Fury does have a smaller bowl though, smaller battery, and yes non replaceable. Materials have been mentioned here earlier too
     
  19. Jill NYC

    Jill NYC Portable Collector

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    @9.Fingers I own both the Crafty and Fury 2 and here is a quick comparison (my opinion).
    The Crafty: it takes well over 2 minutes to heat up. I rarely get any clouds unless it is over 385 F. Once it hits temperature, I need to give it an additional 20-30 seconds before drawing. The first two draws taste great. After that, the taste quickly deteriorates. If I go back for another session later, the flavor is downright terrible, but I can still get extraction when I bump it all the way up. If I use the concentration pad on top of flowers, I get extremely medicated. Without it, I get a nice high. In between draws, you can see vapor coming out of the mp which is probably the reason I find that it isn’t very efficient with flowers — a lot gets wasted in between draws. However, the vapor is cool and doesn’t cause me to cough at all. I rarely use the app... I set it it 385 F and then boost up to 420.

    Fury 2: It heats up in about 20 seconds. I can start at 365F and get clouds right away without waiting any additional time. The taste is good. Not outstanding, but definitely decent. The taste never gets terrible, even when I go back later for another session. Don’t get me wrong, it gets worse with every draw, but never as bad as I feel the Crafty does. I usually can get 2 1/2 sessions out of one bowl (not with glass mp). I feel like it is much, much more efficient with my flowers. I never see vapor coming out of my mouthpiece in between hits. I get nicely medicated with it. Not as much as when I use concentration pad with Crafty, but as much as when I use Crafty without it. The vapor is slightly, very slightly harsher than with Crafty. But nothing that should scare away anyone. It never really gets hot, but I will occasionally cough a bit.

    Battery life is very similar (I have an old Crafty), size is similar enough (but Fury is smaller)
    Bottom line, if I had gotten the Fury 2 first, I probably wouldn’t bother with the Crafty (well, I do have a severe case of VAS, so that may not be completely accurate)!

    I’ve had it since it was released, so far performance has been consistent - time will tell about its longevity. But as of today, I highly recommend it.
     
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  20. Dynavaper

    Dynavaper Divided by Zero

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    I also own a Crafty and could not have said it better than @Jill NYC!
     
  21. ChiefLoudFlower

    ChiefLoudFlower New Member

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    Also anybody with the Mighty or Crafty, do the dosing capsules for in the Fury 2? If not that's a feature is really like to see HR develop.

    I actually posted a review on Reddit where I compared the air to the fury 2. Even though the air has replaceable batteries, the power and extraction ability of the Fury 2 blow it out of the water. The Air has a very long heat up time, it takes the full 10 minutes to finish the bowl (sometimes it takes longer), the clouds are ok but not impressive, and it has a tight draw.
     
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  22. Used2use

    Used2use Landrace racer

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    No, s&b dosing caps don't fit the fury (15mm diameter vs 11mm)
    Don't have a crafty but a mighty, and only the fenix mini not the fury but there are a bit more differences: -the battery is encased and gets pretty hot in the fury shell, so that's not good for the life of the battery in the long run
    -imo mighty clouds are much denser and more satisfying, the mouthpiece does a good job at cooling, the fury mouthpiece tends to get hot on the lips at higher temps esp at the side of the display, it's harsher and needs harder pulls/more airflow to get clouds - but don't get me wrong it's still good for the size
    -somehow nobody mentioned the temp display, strangely it never changes its value once it reached the set one - so is there even a real temp sensor loop?
    For me the fury is a contender in the small pockets portable section against crafty and airvape xs, i bought the fenix clone for the cheap price of 80€ and thats good value but 150$ for the original? i dunno...
     
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  23. elykpeace

    elykpeace wasn't me

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    Uses a liPo not a lithium battery.. not sure how temp of the oven effects the batterys lifespan. I know that after one year it's free replacement and lifetime half price on the newest. So I don't really worry about the longevity I guess although I have had mine 2 months and it's still holding a great charge.. I have noticed it gets warm back to back.. never has been too warm for me to hold though .


    Also I have hit it using the wpa while it was heating up and it deff dipped in temp .. that was temp set to 430 and began to draw when it was up to 390 (heats up super fast) but I wanted to test the heater.
     
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  24. Used2use

    Used2use Landrace racer

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    doesn't matter, if lipo or li ion, both degrade much faster at temps above 60C, afaik only nuclear batterys like hot temps ;)
    - guess the battery warranty makes up a bit for the steeper price vs the cheaper rebrands

    so to clarify - have u got the displayed temp to drop after the set temp was reached ? i'm just wondering how and where that displayed temp is measured...
     
  25. elykpeace

    elykpeace wasn't me

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    I don't know how the fury 2 gets it's info on what temp it should be. I set to 430 and like I said began to draw at 390 and it struggled to get to temp... What would have normally been max temp took a little extra time ... I just confirmed on mine .. I just turned it on and began to really rip and got it to go from 214 to 211....



    Edit: 149 isn't too steep... And rebrands I wouldn't think have the warranty, wpa, silicone sleeve and amazing customer service


    Pretty sure @HealthyRips.com kicks ass.. Everytime I had a question I shot him a pm and always got back to me quickly.. only a few companies out there that are really out there for the customers satisfaction
     
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