Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Hudsonrulez, Nov 9, 2008.
from all credible accounts, it hits the hardest of any desk top.
New "Direct Inhalation Package" is very reasonably priced. Check out the herbalAire H3 Lite at http://www.herbalaire.com/store/p34/herbalAire_H3_Lite_-_New_Offering!.html.
That new $170 h3 lite package is super tempting for me. I've was thinking about replacing my 7+ year old unit with an elite, then even more when the h3 came out. I really only use the whip and occasionally direct draw so the h3 lite package looks perfect.
Thanks for posting that @Amoreena
You're welcome. It's the one we'll get for my sister-in-law. She won't use bags and a pump -- they'd sit in the box like mine do.
I almost forgot black friday was coming up. I'll wait and see if they have any kind of sale, but otherwise I've decided to grab the h3 lite. I'm not sure if I'll be happy or sad if it performs the same as my 7+ year old 2.1 I have now. A little of both I think.
@herbalaire told me "We will be starting our Black Friday to Cyber Monday Sale starting next Thursday. The whole store will be 25% off for the entire weekend."
A mini Herbalaire would be amazing, same shape just smaller....and why not a micro portable version...but I'm dreaming here!
A little portable HA is a nice dream to have. A little ha you throw your nug in, set the temp, and enjoy the vapor without any effort or technique.
Nice! With 25% off it's only $128, I'm so ok with that. I might even consider the elite lite for $187. Not sure I care about digital though and I don't think there's more advantage than that, especially without the air pump. I got really excited for a second when I thought the prices were in cad and it was going to be $98.
Are the Lite versions actually smaller?
I don't think so. It just doesn't come with the pump and bags
I think the Elite can be adjusted 10°C hotter...
Actually that might be nice for the concentrate crucibles. I liked them, but they were pretty low temp and the sessions took a long time I thought.
Bummer, yeah thats what I figured. The idea of a smaller Herbalaire is nice to dream about though. When attached to smaller bubblers, the HA is a bit top-heavy.
took advantage of the sale to order a replacement moutpiece kit. herbalaire will be back in action! also, my sister mentioned some interest in trying things once the recreational becomes legal shortly. I think the bag is the easiest thing for her to try.
I was thinking the same thing for my parents, they want to try it but they always tell me the story of this one time in high school when it made them feel paranoid and weird. Dealing with devices and plants is more intimidating then just giving someone a clear plastic bag.
Hi everyone, just in case you guys have not heard: Sticky Brick has a dry mouthpiece for the Hydro Brick Maxx just in case you don't want to use water. Anyway that dry mouthpiece fits the Herbalaire perfectly. Best mouthpiece I've tried so far. I have the H3 Lite package. Also for an extra treat try the mouthpiece that @DDave makes for the Milaana reduction kit, excellent for the Herbalaire.
I'll 2nd this. I have a similar VapeXhale one that pairs perfectly with it, I definitely prefer it over the teflon straws. I love seeing the vapor coming up, it's a bit cooler too.
Planning on listing some separate pieces at www.ddavemods.com as soon as I can find time.
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I saw an H3 going for £120 and after reading this thread had my heart set on it, but by the time I went back it was up to £160! Now I can snag an H2.2 for £112 and am wondering if it's worth the extra for the H3. I'm sure either would be an upgrade over my Flowermate! (My other options are an arizer EQ/air, DBV, or going on the waiting list for an HGL)
Not in my opinion. The H3 Lite we got for my sister-in-law is very nice but I love my H2.2 and wouldn't want to trade it.
I bought an h3 lite during the black Friday sale and I'm still using my 2.1. Can't seem to say goodbye, had it too long now.
To me the only real benefit is the white teflon piece is more stable on the h3 than the 2.2. Until it heats up it can be kind of wobbly on the 2.2, once it's up to temp though it expands enough to be pretty snug. To be fair I have the 2.1, but I think it's the exact same. I think the crucible design is better overall and gives a bit more convection vs conduction on the h3, not sure if it's enough to notice though. Website says larger bowl too I think? The bowl is already pretty damn big though, it'd be great for a bunch of people or filling bags I guess.
Thanks, so not much benefit in usage?
Have you given it a go yet? Yeah the bigger bowl doesn't matter for me, I usually smoke by myself or with one other person. Do you think the 2.2 is a better option than the others I've mentioned? DBV the one that's been recommended most to me out of those.
Don't think so. I haven't used the H3, as we didn't want to turn Christmas dinner into a vape lesson/test for the family. My sister-in-law has used mine and is now enjoying hers at home (after a couple of consultation phone calls and viewing YouTube videos--the H3 was packaged with instructions for the Elite model with references to digital displays she doesn't have).
One of my HA's suddenly died... wondering if anyone else has seen this problem? The last few days, I noticed a couple of times when I plugged it in, the green light was flashing very fast (like there was a bad connection somewhere). Kind of a randomized fast flashing light, not the power-out flash. When this happened, I plugged it into a different outlet and that seemed to solve it. That happened twice in the last few days and I thought it was a loose power outlet.
Today when I plug in the unit, the light stays solid red indefinitely, and the unit doesn't warm up at all. Something seriously wrong. Anyone else ever seen this?
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