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Multi-brand HEALTHY RIPS FURY

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

  1. DelaSheck

    DelaSheck Member

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    Can you give any details at all about the FIERCE? On-Demand or Session? Convection or Conduction?
     
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  2. StonerSloth

    StonerSloth cui bono?

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    You guys are the best!!

    Two questions:

    1 - Are you willing to reveal the dimensions of the FIERCE?

    2 - Are you willing to say whether the same WPA and stems will be compatible with both FURY and FIERCE?


    Thanks!
     
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  3. HealthyRips.com

    HealthyRips.com Healthy Rips Team Company Rep

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    We agree with @Mr. Me2 - we need to start a FIERCE thread soon :)

    @DelaSheck, We will be utilizing the same Convection Technology as all of our vaporizers which can be best described as follows: The Convection Technology of our Healthy Rips vaporizers combines full hot air convection heating with a slight amount of radiant heat (from the Convection heating element) giving you massive vapor production from the very first draw. This unique Convection Technology gives you extremely even extraction without ever needing to stir your material.

    @StonerSloth,
    The dimensions of the FIERCE are: 2 3/4" (Width) X 3 1/2" (Height) X 1" (Depth).
    The FIERCE will have a larger chamber than the FURY/FURY 2 - so the WPA and stems will not work on the FIERCE. We also have a different design for the FIERCE glass implements because the FIERCE will have a quartz chamber - and inserting glass stems into the chamber could damage the quartz.

    Once we have tested the working prototypes - we will start the FIERCE thread and provide a ton of exciting information about the FIERCE.

    Merry Christmas!
    Healthy Rips Team
    https://www.healthyrips.com
     
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  4. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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  5. HighCheese

    HighCheese New Member

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    Is there any way to clean the airpath below the chamber? I clean the chamber and mouthpiece after every use, deep clean once a week, but have noticed the draw resistance is continually increasing. It seems as though it is a design flaw to have no way of cleaning below the chamber, since material must drop in there. The Fury 2 is still awesome, having taken over the M and Pax 3 as my daily driver, but I'm hoping to ensure it remains that good.
     
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  6. bossman

    bossman Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for this update and please email your customers (like me) when these accessories are ready. I've been using the WPA as a microdosing mouthpiece but a proper glass mouthpiece with more space for cooling would be a great upgrade.
     
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  7. bossman

    bossman Well-Known Member

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    Following up on the excellent suggestion from Dirtrider, my DaVinci waterpipe mouthpiece arrived today. I just wanted folks to see the absurd Russian doll packaging job from PIU. Presumably they just use bunches of free padded envelopes from USPS to save money. But good lord, this piece of glass came rolled in paper that was rolled in a padded envelope, sealed in another padded envelope, inside a Priority Mail box... inside another sealed padded envelope.. inside a sealed generic shipping bag. I felt like I was getting punked opening this thing!

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  8. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    So much nicer than getting a broken piece though... wouldn't you say?
     
  9. emilyk9055

    emilyk9055 New Member

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    Wow, all of that waste for 1 little WPA. I find that really unsettling. I get it, they don't want it to break. But that's just excessive shit going into the landfills

    I kinda have the same question. I noticed way earlier in the thread, HR showed up to answer this and said subsequent heatings will just burn off whatever little material that gets in there. But I personally think material must collect under there, it can't just disappear, right? I'm not sure.
     
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  10. Cjisohsocool

    Cjisohsocool Well-Known Member

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    Hey can you post a picture of what it looks like on the fury?
     
  11. Grepper

    Grepper Be Here Now

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    Good thing it's all recyclable!
     
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  12. StonerSloth

    StonerSloth cui bono?

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    I am looking forward to the release of the Fierce! It sounds like it will be similar in size and features to the Arizer Go. I think I have decided I'm 'only' going to get one or the other hah.

    Merry Christmas y'all :peace:
     
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  13. AtomicPB

    AtomicPB Well-Known Member

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    As the ArGo seems to fall in the "ultra portable" or "pocketable" size categorie (same as Fury2), I would assume that the Fierce is not be expected to have a similar small form-factor as the ArGo if @HealthyRips.com compares it to the Mighty.

    Just assuming here though on the basis of the quoted post by @HealthyRips.com .

    A merry Christmas to all of you guys and gals. :)
     
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  14. Dirtrider

    Dirtrider Active Member

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    Bossman. Thanks for posting. That is the one. I don't think I can upload pics from computer (like other forms) - correct me if I am wrong - and don't have a third party image hosting account right now.

    I tried the Fury 2 over the weekend. Overall, I think the other reviews are spot on. Nice fit and finish. Great size but I prefer it was thinner to reduce pocket profile. Great interface. Seems well made. I am still getting some new vape smell, but it is minor and only noticed it when not vaping - otherwise vapor overpowers it.
    I do have some concern about the mouth piece plastic wearing over time, but that is an easily replaceable part. Battery duration is a bit shorter but that is part of being a compact vape, so I expect that.

    For my first use, I loaded a medium amount (for me) and went after it. My first impression was that the vape was wimping and not working. The flavor was very smoother and the vapor not harsh. Even the air was pretty cool. I felt like it was not working. Because of this, I bumped up the temp and ran another session with the load. - AND THEN, it HIT me. I found myself kinda walking around the house talking to myself - we have all been there. It hit me hard. I thought because the vapor was so smooth and not harsh it was not working but oh yes, it was working. I like it. I even tried it once without the screen cause I forgot and it work good. I take very slow draws to let the heat build. This one is a keeper. Herb was nice and dark brown with no burning. I like this vape. Works for medium load and microdosing. I think the mouthpiece is good too because it does not create a hot spot inside the mouth because it has a wide opening and disperses the hot air.

    I did not try my bubbler. Sorry. Just did not have the right opportunity and honestly the vapor was smooth enough that I was not that motivated to change anything.
     
  15. bossman

    bossman Well-Known Member

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    That was totally my first experience with the Fury 2 as well: two low temp draws... thought it wasn't working so hot... two higher temp draws.. and then four plus hours of fun and who knows what with me being like "oh.. wow. okay." I've been in the 2.5 to 3 range since then using the WPA as a micro. The bubbler mouthpiece arrived but I still have a full pack half done in there before I try it.

    It'll be cool to have a glass mouthpiece option and whatever else HR releases this winter. I'm really just trying to dial this vape in for microdosing.
     
  16. joint46go

    joint46go Well-Known Member

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    This vape after 4 month of use is like a new ..
    For me is the best vape in the market powerfull , smoother, fast , great taste and simple to use and clean ...

    But For new version i want a mouthpiece can be soaked in iso without lose the paint ...

    The battery is a miracle for the dimension of this unit but battery swap is really appreciated

    I can't wait to try the new vaporizer
     
  17. Meach

    Meach Well-Known Member

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    @HealthyRips.com we need some fierce eye porn ..lol hope to see some pics up soon
     
  18. frosty234

    frosty234 Well-Known Member

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    I just received my device and need some advice before initial use. It came with battery fully charged and I did 3 burn outs at highest temperature. Can I just soak the moutpiece in soapy water? Or anything else to do?
     
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  19. Dynavaper

    Dynavaper Karma Farmer & Dynavap Maniac

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    Fill it with weed and finally go ahead!!! ;)
     
  20. frosty234

    frosty234 Well-Known Member

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    Haha thanks for the advice! I'm just a little concerned as i still got that plastic (or silicone) taste and smell coming from the mouth piece.
     
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  21. almost there

    almost there Well-Known Member

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    That will only fade with use as I recently learned. If it bothers u just use the wpa for now
     
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  22. vaptronix

    vaptronix Member

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    The best way to get rid of the new silicone smell is to fill it up and use it.
     
  23. Dirtrider

    Dirtrider Active Member

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    You can also run a small load through it but don't really inhale. I do that as part of the burn off and to 'coat' the insides with vapor residue. I take small draws but don't really inhale. Covers the smell and cleaning it again gets rid of both smells/tastes. I agree though, the fury does have a bit of smell that stays around. I don't know where it comes from because I can tell the vapor path is isolated and all the parts are clean. I get it more from the bowl heater than the mouth piece. I did not notice it (I think) on my last use though.
     
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  24. HealthyRips.com

    HealthyRips.com Healthy Rips Team Company Rep

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    HI @joint46go, Look what we will have available for the FURY 2 in about 10 days :):

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    This new glass mouthpiece will insert into the FURY/FURY 2 the exact same way as the WPA.
    Chamber capacity: .09g to .11g. Price: $20 with free USA shipping (as always).

    Hi @Meach, We will have our FIERCE vaporizer working prototype in about a week. No worries - we will post some pictures very soon. We are dying to show you all!

    Happy New Year!
    Healthy Rips Team
    https://www.healthyrips.com
     
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  25. HighCheese

    HighCheese New Member

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    @HealthyRips.com Is it safe to assume there is no solution to cleaning below the chamber on the Fury 2 and should expect the draw resistance to continue to increase?
     
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