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Discussion in 'ABV' started by adamster, Feb 5, 2013.

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  1. adamster

    adamster New Member

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    I decided on the MFLB. For my purposes I need a portable. I was sure about the DaVinci
    but I read many bad reviews. I was thinking about the Vapir2 but the look of it was the problem.
    The other choice was the Arizer solo but from what I read its too bulky..

    It sure would be nice to go into a Target store and see them all, ha maybe even demo some Cannabis vapo.

    I like the vapo quality very much, I am still getting the hang but its such a sweet adventure.

    I had thought that the MFLB was filled with hassles and learning curves, I can say with clarity
    that it is very easy to just start vaping quality vapo.

    The main hassle for me and this leads me to my topic is what would your ideal vaporizer - portable look and work.


    For me the look of the Davince and work like the MFLB but the battery is attached inside, you flick a button once and the action starts...

    The main draw back on the MFLB is the stem is not attached and its a bit potential for fragility so u have to keep aware of it.
    if only that stem could be attached to the main unit.

    the battery part is also a shame its not attached but I get the MFLB, it does a fantastic job producing the vape.

    It is my feeling strongly that we will see more and more vaporizers of all sizes coming to market this year. Such that the price I paid on Ebay for this was pretty cheap. $75 (but with a kind of limited warranty) but i will jump on some new vapo if that new one will attract me with all the qualities I seek, this one I wanted to see for myself, the MFLB is a legend no doubt.
  2. Vicki

    Vicki The Bionic Woman

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    I really love all my MFLB's. So much so that I am picking up an exotic cherry LB to add to my collection. I already have one exotic walnut and two regular maple LB's. I also have every accessory they sell. :lol:
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  3. DrPiff

    DrPiff Born To Rage

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    Hard to beat the MFLB in terms of price and portability but it wasn't really my cup of tea when I tried it a few weeks back. I'm used to heavy hitters and the MFLB just doesn't pack enough punch for me.
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  4. pakalolo

    pakalolo RoboMod v3.17 (ticking) Staff Member

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    I have only used my LB stem half a dozen times. Try using it without the stem and see how you like it.

    Could you explain what you mean by "a kind of limited warranty"? The LB warranty is the least limited warranty I've ever encountered. If the vendor imposed limits, they were almost certainly not authorized. What were they?
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  5. adamster

    adamster New Member

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    1. I tried the native mode just now. It is very powerful, I had 2 good sized amounts of vapo. Throat a little irritated prob I still vape too fast. I must concentrate and focus on the Slow inhailation.
    2. It's probably not an authorized vendor. I have realized this too late. This horse has left the barn, I am not returning it. The thing is, I expect to purchase a new vapo, Davinci if it improved radically, from what I read, possibly. Without the stem it is very stealthy for use. The only drawback is it doesnt look like 'something else'.
    I live in a situation where it is possible that children will ask me what this is. I expect 2013 to see many new incredible vapo ports and DT.

    also i vape in a public restaurant where I walk to work. I do cleaning there, repacking. It is imo too suspicoious looking. unlike the look of the Iolite or the DaVinci.
    I do have an authentic serial number i tink. if not, then I will see about a refund from the vendor.
    The only heavy hitter vapo I have used is the Volcano. I can't really comment as to if it is a better high because I have only used this in Amsterdam, and you can't really relate the high there where you are to your home prohibition life in the NJ, USA.
  6. pakalolo

    pakalolo RoboMod v3.17 (ticking) Staff Member

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    You can send your serial number to Magic-Flight through their support contact page, and they will tell you if you have a valid warranty.

    When using the LB native, use the tip of your tongue to break up the incoming flow. That will make it easier on your throat and you'll also start to get a feel for the temperature of the vapour you're getting.
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  7. ludwig

    ludwig Well-Known Member

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    I love MFLB. I owned it twice. I would totally keep it for days when I'm outdoors or camping trips. It feels indestructible!

    You'll love that thing. I want one back but am holding back for the 2nd generation before I pop down for one
  8. JeeSee

    JeeSee Cultured Curmudgeon

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    I think, to answer your original question, that the Ascent (if it lives up to the hype and gets a concentrates pad) will be, hands-down, my perfect dream vape. It's just far out of a middle-class Indian's price range. :'(
  9. Caligula

    Caligula *results not typical.

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    Aside from battery life the Firefly seems to be a good fit for you... however having worked in restaurants, I can understand if the price keeps you away from it.
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