1. What does SSTB mean? See our glossary of acronyms.
    Dismiss Notice

ModPod: Rebuildable Convection Herb and Concentrate Vaporizer for TC Box Mods.

Discussion in 'Upcoming and Unreleased Portable Vaporizers' started by supershredderdan, Aug 3, 2017.

  1. GTAVaper

    GTAVaper Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    415
    Location:
    Toronto
    Haven't been on the site that regularly over the last year but I dropped by for an FC tour to see what is new .......and this vape looks very nice indeed!

    This forum is awesome. You look away for a few months and come back to it and there is always something new and interesting on the horizon.

    This vape looks like a winner and also something that I would like to add to my collection when it becomes available for sale.

    If there is some sort of list for early orders at some point, please add me to it and PM me to let me know and that will get an email to me ......as I am not on this site regularly anymore. Probably because I am very happy with my current line up of vapes......however, this vape, as well as the FlowerPot (which is a completely different niche) have really caught my attention.

    But after seeing this vape, as well as a couple others in development, maybe I will be dropping by more often to check on the progress of the new vape tech being developed :)

    Again......very nice work @supershredderdan ! :tup:
     
    Last edited: Dec 17, 2017
  2. GTAVaper

    GTAVaper Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    415
    Location:
    Toronto
    I just went to your site @supershredderdan and saw that you have a sign-up list there and provided my information. I should have checked this out before my last posting.

    This vape is potentially a game changer and I've been looking at mods in advance of the product release as it could be used for this vape, or some of the other unreleased 510 based vapes with threads on FC!

    I am liking the Sinuous Ravage 230 from Wismec as a mod to drive this vape.

    I am not sure if you have already listed the dimensions but I am also wondering what diameter the mod.

    I am seeing someone saying "still a 24 mm base" but am not sure if this is still correct for the prototype that you've shown or even the final vape where you are talking about a thinner walled unit.

    The Ravage 230 will take a 28mm base perfectly and even a 30mm base will be just slightly, almost imperceptibly proud of the mod width.

    I am also wondering when you think this vape might be released?
     
    Summer and StormyPinkness like this.
  3. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

    Messages:
    1,732
    Location:
    Berlin, Germany
    Hi Dan,

    sure price is right at you site? Bundle with coolfire for 29.99?
     
  4. supershredderdan

    supershredderdan Manufacturer

    Messages:
    75
    Sorry, that was a placeholder, site is still being worked on

    Correct, 24 mm base and about 65 mm tall. Never had any plans for a wall unit. I'm only gonna start selling/preselling once I have a consistent, reliable, high performance product. Every step of development has taken longer than I'd hoped so I'm less inclined to give an ambitious launch date that may not be feasible
     
  5. StormyPinkness

    StormyPinkness Rhymenocerous ʕ•ᴥ•ʔ

    Messages:
    1,737
    Location:
    California
    I added myself to the list and am looking forward to trying this out. Small/stealthy and does double duty, very nice.
     
    GTAVaper, Summer and Prolusio like this.
  6. supershredderdan

    supershredderdan Manufacturer

    Messages:
    75
    Heres a demo of using a bottom airflow deck for better heat transfer, efficiency, and faster vapor production

    Click to play YouTube Video


    and a view of the build deck and coils tested in the video

    [​IMG]
     
  7. stickstones

    stickstones Vapor concierge Retailer

    Messages:
    11,835
  8. Summer

    Summer Well-Known Member

    Messages:
    647
    Location:
    Long Island, NY
    @supershredderdan, extremely impressive. Did you happen to make note of how much you loaded in the bowl? Because your hits keep going on & on with solid vapor. Don't understand mods yet, but I'll learn. So what mode were you using? And please throw out settings like wattage, volts, resistance, etc.

    Also, amazon has a silicone sleeve for my mod, so I'm wondering how much a silicone layer would help with shielding the heat from the mod. :\
     
    Last edited: Dec 24, 2017
    Gray Area likes this.
  9. supershredderdan

    supershredderdan Manufacturer

    Messages:
    75
    No exact measurements, but this load was lightly tamped packed to the top so I'd say around .2-.25

    Using the wismec predator 228 with Arctic Fox fw installed, here are my settings:

    [​IMG]

    I'll try that silicon case for sure, been also thinking of designing a silicon sleeve for the modpod body itself in addition to thinning out the body. Open to suggestions
     
    Hogni, Summer and Shit Snacks like this.
  10. supershredderdan

    supershredderdan Manufacturer

    Messages:
    75
    [​IMG]
    Here is something I've been trying, surrounding the body and mouthpiece in silicon for longer sessions and easier detatching from the mod when hot. Thinking of incorporating a silicon sleeve for the next Prototype body in addition to thinner walls. Would love feedback for how a design like this could be implemented or improved on.
     
  11. KeroZen

    KeroZen Chronic vapaholic

    Messages:
    2,522
    Location:
    On Air
    Why would you want to detach from the mod and especially when hot? In my experience, these 510 ports are the Achilles' heel and the least you use them the better. In the e-cig world many recommend to stick one RDA to one mod and to not swap at all.

    510 extenders / heatsinks can help somewhat... but still, proper TC operation is overall super finicky.

    My brand new evic Primo mini was used solely with the iHeat and in about one month of use started developing issues that I traced down to the 510 port. Now it's almost unusable in TC mode, as even blowing on the attachment makes the resistance reading change... And the atty was not unscrewed that many times really.
     
    boon and Hogni like this.
  12. supershredderdan

    supershredderdan Manufacturer

    Messages:
    75
    In keeping with the rest of the design to be a companion to the mod. Many people already have a box mod and juice tank or rda they would switch out for the modpod. Resistance consistency is dependent on the strength of the + and - connections which can be improved by adjusting the center pin (often with a flathead) I've been constantly swapping attachments since I started vaping and there is always a way to restore a solid connection for accurate resistance.

    If you feel better keeping one atty per box that's totally fine and probably does extend the longevity of the connections, but the option is there
     
    mixchu69 likes this.

Support FC, visit our trusted friends and sponsors