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Looking for a plug in vaporizer

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by manolo578, Dec 7, 2013.

  1. manolo578

    manolo578 Member

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    I'm going off to university in a less than a year and I was thinking a nice desktop vaporizer would be a nice addition to my dorm room desk. I'm a proud MFLB owner for 1 year now so I know how to vape. I've been looking at the Da Buddha as an example of a good and solid starter desktop vape. Any other suggestions? My price point is $200 and it needs to be easy to clean (ie. hot water down the whip to clean etc). Thanks for the help
  2. Jahannum

    Jahannum Well-Known Member

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    Da Buddha is perfect, it is what I have, and it never fails to satisfy me. I am also fond of its simplicity of use.
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  3. clouded vision

    clouded vision Well-Known Member

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    DBV is a good choice, so is a log and if you hide the stems, it will be a lot less obvious to anyone who sees it sitting on your desk.
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  4. RUDE BOY

    RUDE BOY Space is the Place

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    The vapolution with the all in wonder bowl or the straight shooter stem/bowl would work well has great taste with a smaller bowl and no grinding, pretty simple.

    Just had to throw that out there as I just got mine(first plugin vape)only two days ago and love it. No whip to get stinky unless you want it and heats up faster then a log vape a little larger with a 6 inch base and five inches tall.

    Quick,Tasty and for $99 buck with the FC4LIFE discount you get an All in Wonder Bowl extra plus the $25 off any vape package.
    Such a sweet deal.


    .................................................................:rockon:......................................................................

    edit; That is the Vapolution 2.0.
    Last edited: Dec 7, 2013
  5. manolo578

    manolo578 Member

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    A DBV it is then. My only concern is bringing it back home as I'll be flying. Safe to put my wood pipe, MLFB, and DBV in my luggage? (not carry on). I'm in Canada and its a trans-Canada flight
  6. Norlin

    Norlin Classic Rocker

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    I've taken many vapes through major airports, never had a problem. You should be fine- just don't bring them filthy with resin.

    Also,
    If you like the idea of Da Buddha, check out the Life Saber Vaporizer- It's made by the same company, and uses the same heating element except uses an all glass wand. And in the future, If you ever decide to upgrade to a water piece, all you'll need is their water piece adapter- no need to buy a whole new vape.

    On sale at VaporNation for $170 with the code FC12

    Just throwin' it out there.
  7. BLAZING OG

    BLAZING OG Vaping is a way of life!

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    Epic Vape E-nano or EV-2, looks like a beauty for a desk vape!
  8. Dafni

    Dafni Well-Known Member

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    +1 for the E-Nano. Definitely check that one out before you make your final decision.

    I own and owned many vapes, and these days I use the Nano almost exclusively.
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  9. manolo578

    manolo578 Member

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    Anyone have any experience with the Arizer V Tower? I'm looking at that one now because of the vertical placement of the wand. Also seems like a slight improvement over the Da Buddha in terms of electronics.
  10. KidFated.

    KidFated. Illin it..

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    Da Buddha>v-tower


    Da Buddha is EXTREMELY reliable. It is extremely easy to use. And very versatile.


    If not da Buddha, lifesaber
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  11. Jahannum

    Jahannum Well-Known Member

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    Do not let the lack of a digital interface fool you, you can hit any desired vaping temperature, and fine tune with technique. The lack of a digital interface is part of the reason I went with Da Buddha. I noticed that some vaporizers with digital interfaces sometimes come with the downside of not being very durable(Da Buddha is one of the most durable on the market).

    The V Tower would however be slightly cheaper. Also if you prefer a digital interface for keying in that desired temperature, the V Tower has that.
  12. KidFated.

    KidFated. Illin it..

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    If you know how to vape with a Mflb, a dbv is basically same thing.. Control your draw. All you have to do is find a sweet spot in your dial.
  13. TwoPageAfro

    TwoPageAfro Enthusiast

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    Wow, this has some really nice features. Wish the Underdog had a 2 minute heat up time and temperature control.
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