Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by 504vape, Apr 21, 2010.
"...even the most stupid of patients..."
Sounds like it'd be perfect for me...
Basically the shape is the same.
The NO2 must be heated before placing the substance inside, and this is heated with the substance in place.
The NO2 also has a variable temperature setting that is very exact, while this has 3 temperatures.
The settings are; Low-320ºC, Medium 374ºC, High 446ºC.
I agree.. it works pretty well.
While the temperature settings seem inaccurate, if used on high (446), this is one of the easiest vaporizers to use that I have ever experienced.
Easy load... easy on... and fast heatup (one and a half minutes)
It is also very easy to clean.
320 gave no vapor but some flavor
374 gave minimal vapor with nice flavor
446 was full vapor, but not thick clouds... nice flavor-
While I do not use this vape often, I have already recommended it to a number of patients that are limited financially, and that have trouble learning new things.
The thing is dead simple!
I too am interested in the tilt vaporizer - I too have read that same study which sparked my interest. I found an official ad for it on the French blog http://www.blog.vaporisateur.net/2012/12/29/vaporisateur-tilt-premier-vaporisateur/
Here's an English translation of that French blog (c/o Google Translate)
THIS is something else that popped up in my google image search for tilt vaporizer. It appears to be a smaller, more modern version of that old tilt vaporizer
I'd love to get one of these just to see how it works
That was like my 1st vape (the dome)
Shona Banda used this type of vaporizer.
She did not inhale the vapor, she would walk away, and scrape it up....
she did this repeatedly, and ate the oils to help her combat severe Crohn's Disease.
That's a BC Vaporizer (not a current version). I'm almost surprised they're still selling these. The BC vape was my first purchase and my worst one. It's purely conduction and requires a very fine grind (starting with very dry herb). You end up sucking a lot of air and not much herb unless you really load it up. I got more headache than high from using it, but it was enough of an introduction to vapor to prompt me to look for a better model. I ended up with the Vapolution, which interestingly enough is now even cheaper for FC members buying straight from Vapolution than it was when I bought one in '05. For $15 more than the basic BC, you can get a 2.0 Vapo with AIW bowl, for an all glass vapor path. One of those deals where the old saying applies- 'the more things change, the more they stay the same'.
I ended up selling my BC vape for $25 and felt guilty about it.
im guessing you just heat it with a torch?
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