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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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  2. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    Since all the hype around the Fury I gave it more testing lately and would agree this tiny vape produces bigger clouds than most portables on the same setting without specific drawing technic.

    Mine is a Fury1 but it seems to be the same heater than the 2, isn't it?

    Taste is very good but it happen a lot of time to be polluted cause small bits of abv (or resin build up) fall on the heater (I think) taste like a too hot dab of reclaim on a not well cleaned ti nail... but most of the time taste is fine. battery life slightly decreased since i own it but not a lot, still use it for 8-9 sessions of 4mn before to plug it on the charger (maybe it might be possible to use it for 1 or 2 cycles).

    The whole cleaning of the mp is a bit awkward but needed cause a lot of build up and dust particles accumulate into and pollute the taste slightly.

    Never used it through water (remenber it's a version 1) but was able to test it with an Inhalater glass capsule which don't fits perfectly. Got some nice hits but I need to use higher t° and abv seems less baked, I think a perfect seal like the HR wpa is, I think, might fix the abv color and offer a deeper extraction.

    It's a very convenient design and shape too!
     
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  3. Joaon

    Joaon Well-Known Member

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    Fury 2 should be here in an hour :drool:
    @latulipe999 and I are going to thoroughly test and push this puppy this afternoon ! :sherlock:

    In the meantime, I ordered a powerbank:
    Anker PowerCore 13000
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    I think it will pairs very well with the Fury :cool:

    Edit: Received! This thing is so tiny :luv:
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    Edit bis: This thing is a beast ! :rockon: Come on Latulippe, hurry up !
     
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  4. rozroz

    rozroz Well-Known Member

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    Not sure you can charge and use it at the same time..
     
  5. C No Ego

    C No Ego Well-Known Member

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    That WPA looks steam punk .... it is the strong arm of the Law Man! a cantilevered assembly =Awesome
     
  6. AMiA

    AMiA Well-Known Member

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    Can the awsome team at HR please put up a video on how to fill this watertool...//TIA
     
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  7. Joaon

    Joaon Well-Known Member

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    The manual actually says to don't use the unit while charging.
    If ever the unit is On and you try to charge it, the unit power off itself.
    Litterally no pass-through charging.
    Meh, that's for the best (of the battery life)
     
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  8. little maggie

    little maggie Well-Known Member

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    I tried mine for the first time yesterday. It was surprisingly mild. I used the water adapter as a mp and planned to attach a whip to it but didn't really need to. My one problem with it is the draw restriction. None of my current vapes have any restriction and it made inhaling more difficult.
     
  9. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    I only get a restricted draw when I pack the WPA, for me it's really free flowing with the regular mouthpiece.
     
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  10. C No Ego

    C No Ego Well-Known Member

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    how I've used it with the wpa... grind some up and dip the wpa into it and twirl a bit loosely... fill it to the top loosely then hold vape upside down and insert the wpa into the chamber until it seats down against the metal screen in the bottom... just be sure to not pack to tight and draw resistance should be minimal... What I've found to be best about the vape is the open draw...
     
  11. HealthyRips.com

    HealthyRips.com Healthy Rips Team Company Rep

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    Your wish is our command :)
    Video on how to use the new Healthy Rips FURY 2 Water Bubbler:

    Click to play YouTube Video


    Enjoy!

    All the Best!
    Healthy Rips Team
    https://www.healthyrips.com
     
  12. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    I agree that it is VERY free flowing with the standard Mouthpiece.
     
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  13. NeedleNuts

    NeedleNuts Member

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    I use the screens all the time and I doubt you can use the WPA with them
     
  14. potriot

    potriot Member

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    @HealthyRips.com

    Just want to say thanks, they made their RMA process fairly painless and straight forward.
    They sent me a new sealed unit and had it to me in 2.5 days and I couldnt be happier.

    Thanks again Healthy Rips!

    And thanks to all the kindness on FC, thank you for existing!
     
  15. TempIe

    TempIe Well-Known Member

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  16. AMiA

    AMiA Well-Known Member

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    Well what can i say other then -Thank you very much HR ! :-)It's been said before but i have to say it again...You guys are AWSOME !!!

    Have a good Micro Dosing day..


    Jepp,i did..bought it from DG-gate..and it came faulty,leaking water due to the glosblower did a not-to-good work."Driptips"at DH-gate who i bought it from is not answering ANY e-mail or Chat Online..11US down the drain..I would buy the one that Heathy Rips has now for sale on their Web page..Have a good day.
     
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  17. TempIe

    TempIe Well-Known Member

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    I would but not enough percolation for my needs.
     
    Last edited: Mar 2, 2018
  18. paehtod

    paehtod Well-Known Member

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    @Mr. Gweilo 420 you are fast ;)

    Hi @little maggie , you may also beware that not to accidentally blocked the air inlet at the bottom when you holding it on hand, i found it may happen sometimes.:)
     
  19. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    My pinky wanders over there sometimes during a hit.
     
  20. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    Mine did that often as well. I've taken to hitting it inverted to avoid #PinkyBlockage.

    :peace:
     
  21. Jah1975

    Jah1975 Well-Known Member

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    I'm seeing some nominees for fc out of context!
     
  22. MinT

    MinT Well-Known Member

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    I have had my Fury2 for a couple of weeks now. This little dude is a jewel! I don't even mind the battery life. I have to charge in the afternoon, then again at bedtime, that is just not a big deal to me. One of the reasons I when with the Fury2 was the WPA but I have found out that I prefer the plastic MP. The WPA has better taste but not enough for me not to use the main MP. I was planning on using the WPA for micro doses but I have found out using a basket screen is just as good with the Plastic MP. I had several screens that I use with my nano and that worked fine. I'm now waiting for the doseing caps.

    The one complaint I have is taking apart the MP. I watched Payton's vid but I can't seem to get it apart because I'm afraid of breaking it. HR little manual doesn't even cover this but I think it has to be totally cleaned at least every month of use.

    Anyway just wanted to check in and say thanks again for all the info.
     
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  23. little maggie

    little maggie Well-Known Member

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    Who knew there was an air inlet? Thanks everyone. Restriction problem solved.
     
  24. Summer

    Summer Well-Known Member

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    @AMiA the red font is too hard on the eyes to even to bother to read. :o And when I see it, I just think it's a mod notation. :p
     
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  25. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    I think post #1358 spelled it out nicely! :myday:

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