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herbalAire

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Hudsonrulez, Nov 9, 2008.

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  1. looney2nz

    looney2nz Research Geek, Mad Scientist

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    I'd contact Herbalaire, sounds like the heater went.
     
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  2. Amoreena

    Amoreena Grown up Flower Child

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    I haven't and agree with @looney2nz about contacting herbalAire through their site or a PM to @herbalaire.
     
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  3. bleak

    bleak Well-Known Member

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    Done :) Herbalaire have already responded.
     
  4. theherbpuffer1

    theherbpuffer1 New Member

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    I got my herbalaire h2.2 4 years ago. I honestly thought it was decent, but not that great. Whip wasn't producing enough vapor and I couldn't figure out the vape bong concept at the time, so I would strictly use bags from time to time since I got the most vapor that way, but have combusted probably 90% of the time in this 4 years. I've been wake and vaping with the bags the last week or so with good results, which convinced me to explore my options for a portable vape since this would best suit me in my current situation. I went with the Arizer Air, and its currently on its way here in the mail. Many were saying they vape bong with it on higher temps, around 400 degrees. Well I had always started vape bonging with the HA around 355. It had great taste but hardly any vapor. This got me thinking that I should start around 375. I loaded .2 in the crucible this morning on 375, and Wa-lah, just like that, big vapor clouds through the water pipe. I wish I had done this year's ago. The HA has re sparked my interest in vaporizing, all for the better, and am confident this will be my desktop vaporizer long in to the future.

    I also give thanks to this great community who got me in to vaping in the first place, and geared me towards purchasing what I can now say with confidence, is a great vaporizer.
     
    Last edited: Feb 6, 2017
  5. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Welcome to FC!!

    If you would like to delve further into improving your HerbalAire vaporizer, I would highly recommend reading these posts:

    http://fuckcombustion.com/resources/herbalaire-h2-2-review-with-high-output-kit.6/

    This one is for the Elite, but loading the crucible is still the same:

    http://fuckcombustion.com/resources/herbalaire-elite-review.8/

    This vape can output a LOT of vapor and i never had any issues with any delivery method.
    Bags are always thick and delicious!
    Through a bongit is amazing!
    The whip gives just as thick hits as the above two.

    Try the Espresso mode way of loading and compressing the heck out of your bud before loading the crucible!

    And a quick video from a friend on here, @biohacker

    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  6. herbalaire

    herbalaire Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    Here's a new promotional video designed to show off the versatility/different modes the herbalAire can be operated in. I have seen crazier setups here and would love to see some of your most elaborate herbalAire rigs!! Still proudly made in Canada!!

    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  7. herbalaire

    herbalaire Well-Known Member Manufacturer

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    The loading instructions mentioned in the post above are solid advice BTW if you want to achieve the most potent vapor possible!
     
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  8. FreddieFresh

    FreddieFresh Well-Known Member

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    Has anyone ever noticed anything like this? As long as the HA has been out surely this has occurred before...

    [​IMG]

    I filed down my crucible to use with the TonG, so the buildup at the top is just hardened resin that's impossible to get off lol. But when I went to use it this morning I noticed the dark patch at the bottom of the oven. It's been a couple of weeks since I used it. I didn't notice it before that but I haven't honestly paid that much attention to it. It was hard to get a good picture, but it's not resin. It looks like the polish is wearing off (or maybe aluminum oxide is forming?) and it's left behind a dull grey texture. Any thoughts @herbalaire ??
     

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