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MistVape Touch

Discussion in 'Upcoming and Unreleased Portable Vaporizers' started by mistvaporizer, Aug 18, 2016.

  1. StormyPinkness

    StormyPinkness Rhymenocerous ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

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    I'm really liking this idea, does a smaller bowl let you do a session without stirring? I don't mind stirring, but I'd love to have the option to go without sometimes.

    I also saw your post about doing concentrates, I tried to go back through the posts to see if you said what you're using but I didn't see anything. What are you using to hold the oil? I thought I saw a post about someone using one of those ss oil pads.


    Also thanks @djchexxx for the stem advice, @mistvaporizer pm'ed me way too soon after I posted that considering he's on vacation. Working too hard.
     
  2. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    It definitely allows for no stirring between hits. And the smaller screens form easily into the basket form. Also, I use cotton, 100% organic of course. I use my water pipes when doing concentrates because then there is no way for any dripping. This thing is a beast. :)
     
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  3. StormyPinkness

    StormyPinkness Rhymenocerous ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

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    Always doing it through water so it's upside down, that's smart. Wax dripping down into the unit is definitely something I would be constantly worrying about while doing it right side up.
     
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  4. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    When using dry, I hold it sideways like a starfleet phaser. Haha
     
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  5. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    My poor stem broke, luckily I was able to improvise.

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    Also really enjoying how this looks.

    I am using thin Underdog silicone tubing and a Firewood capsule inside of it. Heat shrink padded to create a grip against the black tube. O-rings added for visual appeal. They also can assist in preventing too far of insertion although mine are not reaching the bottom of the wood because the stem starts to angle too much.
     
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  6. vapen00b

    vapen00b Wtn. 4 Zi | MVT,Hel.L,SBJ,GH,VC,Mi,Apollo,FW4,ESV2

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    Nice mouthpiece ! :)


    Can anyone recommend a cheap 14-14 m2m adapter fitting the MVT? Preferrably on dhgate?
    The ones I keep finding over there all seem to have that "buldge" in between the male joints... I know that my 14-18 m2m does NOT fit correctly.. that damn buldge presses against the body, not providing a proper seal.
    Grateful for any tips! :)
     
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  7. Vape Dr.

    Vape Dr. Well-Known Member

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    Hello @vapen00b!
    Just a suggestion for ya.
    You can use your factory stem through water.

    Just slide a piece of silicone on the tip and it will mate to a 14mm female.
    If you double up on the silicone you can use an 18mm female joint.

    Here is a quick vid I posted a while back that shows using the stock stem through water, you can see the silicone, how simple it is, and how well it works!

    Nice improvising @paytonpenn! Very cool looking!

    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  8. vapen00b

    vapen00b Wtn. 4 Zi | MVT,Hel.L,SBJ,GH,VC,Mi,Apollo,FW4,ESV2

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    Hi Doc! :wave:

    Thanks for replying. Actually, that's what I've done until now as workaround. But my connection is a bit wobbly and stem-combo is too long to be really secure... It's moving after a while and I have to pay attention all the time. Using an orbiter - and that orb gets off-centered due to the center of gravity. Need a fixed connection. Glass and mishaps you know :p
     
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  9. Jonee909

    Jonee909 New Member

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  10. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    When I got my beta unit I got the same feeling (except the loose battery!) until I realized it take 8-9 seconds to see the coil to glow!

    The positive must to be up.

    Mistvaporizer will help you!
     
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  11. Jonee909

    Jonee909 New Member

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    I held it for 20 seconds and put my finger in the oven and it wasn't warm at all and I certainly didn't see the coil glow.
     
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  12. vapen00b

    vapen00b Wtn. 4 Zi | MVT,Hel.L,SBJ,GH,VC,Mi,Apollo,FW4,ESV2

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    Try bending that door contact a bit. @paytonpenn did this and posted about it several times. You have a search.

    Good luck!
     
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  13. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    Just got the lid door contact issue!

    That's not the first time but I took the battery out and put it in back....and it was working again!

    I remenber i got the same issue with my Apollo and manufacturer told me to scrape a bit the door lid to improve contact, check your battery ends are clean enough too. I remenber a guy from the beta test team posted about to place a bit of paper somewhere to improve connection and fix loose battery.

    Your frustration is totally understandable but remenber this is a one man company and a whole new vaporizer, be confident @mistvaporizer will help you, that's a really good guy!
     
  14. Jonee909

    Jonee909 New Member

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    I found the picture of the bent door but there's no explanation to HOW he did it. I think I have a newer connection piece than him too because it's glued incredibly well and impossible to budge.
     
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  15. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    I didn't bend the door. I just raised it from the wood and added paper under it.
     
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  16. PPN

    PPN Fleurs&Vapeur

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    Most of the time, when i got an heating issue it is coming from I forgotten I didn't charged the battery!

    And rarely it's coming from a not tight enough lid.
     
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  17. Jonee909

    Jonee909 New Member

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    How did you manage to do that? I don't know how to raise it
     
  18. vapen00b

    vapen00b Wtn. 4 Zi | MVT,Hel.L,SBJ,GH,VC,Mi,Apollo,FW4,ESV2

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    Thanks for chiming in and clarifying. Sorry, I meant to say this. It's about the (copper?) contact, not the wooden door itself. :)
     
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  19. HellsWindStaff

    HellsWindStaff Dharma Initiate

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    My stock stem fits relatively airtight in a 18 to 14 reducer.

    http://aqualabtechnologies.com/alt-14-18mm-low-pro-reducer-adapter.html

    (I know that's not dhgate but that is what mine looks like)

    May add some silicon but my silicon whip I think is a bit too big. @Vape Dr. what's a local store I could get silicon tubing or do you just always buy online? Would be good to have some extra
     
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  20. Vape Dr.

    Vape Dr. Well-Known Member

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    @HellsWindStaff I bought a bunch of magic flight and vapexhale tubing.

    I also always find a use for those little silicone E-cig filter caps. The ones that keep the filter from drying out.

    Sears hardware also carried medical silicone tubing in a 6 foot length, but the one by me closed down.

    McArdle surgical supply also carried surgical silicone tubing as well in any length if I recall correctly.
     
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  21. paytonpenn

    paytonpenn Level 30 Nature/Healer

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    I just lifted the end near the center and it came off. While it was off I placed the paper, the fit was snug when I placed it back so I didn't have to glue anything.
     
    Last edited: Jan 13, 2017
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  22. Jonee909

    Jonee909 New Member

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    I fixed it. Thanks for the help! Wow, this is an amazing piece.
     
  23. Crussell27

    Crussell27 Avid Jack Garbarino Enthusiast

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    Also remember to charge the batteries.
     
  24. polopo54

    polopo54 Member

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    Yeah exactly like that haha, especially now once I fixed the battery door not touching the battery. Sadly the other issue is still unresolved.

    Once I insert the battery nothing happens. Once I touch the touch button it starts heating and doesn't stop. Ever. Until I pull out the battery door again. I hope I will be able to fix this myself, depends what Dave says once he's back. But I already grew very fond of the device, learned to regulate with the door pretty well and I will be sad to let it go again if I need to send it in.

    Gotcha!


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    Bonus video:

    Click to play YouTube Video
     
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  25. Stu

    Stu Maconheiro Staff Member

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    My unit did this and had to be repaired by Dave. There was a short somewhere, so it was always "on". I bet if you insert the battery and don't touch the button at all it will still heat up. I thought that the first "touch" was necessary in the beginning, but it turns out that it wasn't. In any case, I am sure Dave will fix you up with a working unit soon enough.

    :peace:
     

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