Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by CaptVapor, Aug 5, 2016.
They listen you and maybe you could get one for 70$!
$84.15 now at puffitup. $99 and several codes for 15% off- bignews, puffedup, fc-1. My wife appropriated mine so I had to get another.
$75 this week at PIU.
A good price for a good vape....definitly a good deal!
Here are two reviews of the ODIN
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looks like the water pipe adapter ( wpa) for the cf vape fits this vape?? is that correct? thanks
I do not believe it does. It has a similar design, but they are different.
The second review seems to suggest that the WPA, an extra (rubberized?) mouthpiece, and one dry and one oil can comes with the package, but on PIU, it looks like those are add-ons. Can you clarify, please?
Also, any word on when PIU might have more of the half-pack adapters back in stock?
got an order in last day of the sale... only had silver edged versions left but as long as its the same on t he inside... so an wpa adapter and odin vape for $89.. the little half packs were not available but that is what degummed hemp fiber is for right? will see how this affordable vape performs.. more later
Ok, back for my review on this vape..
I've has it a few days using it native and through bubblers with the WPA etc...
I really like the way this vape is designed and it is certainly a sessions vape meaning that you start it and can go hotter and hotter until the load is cooked. the temperature settings are very fast and responsive which makes it a joy to tap on the heat demands watching them jump into action..
the first few hits are really flavorful but therein lies a problem, this vape has a funny smell kind of like a good friend who has bad breath that you like regardless of the smell. I'm hoping that the smell will taper off after the sticky herb coats the insides of this device more...
if there is a V2 model I suggest a new formula for the material but leave everything else the same.. maybe get rid of the vibration @ every adjustment too...
the glass mouthpiece is a bit loose if you move it around but in some cases that could be good so that it does not break from any possible strain placed on it.
the screen in the sun is useless on this vape and you cannot read the digits at all if in direct sunlight... that is where the vibration actually worked when you cannot read the temp digits...
all in all a great little vape with a bit of funky flavor that hopefully goes away with use... @ $89 shipped for a little portable it seems legit
@Vitolo it does have the grab factor going on... maybe a little subliminal suggesting there. hmhhh
Hi I can see you are lurking around @Mike-Topbond , any plans for a true convection vape from Top-Bond?
I'm still using my Odin &Torch for on the go purposes.
Wow this is great news for me. Everything is Ok with both? @PPN The new Odin has faster heat up time. it takes 25 seconds up to 446F. Here is a convection vape called The Notus our team is working on. You can take a look at it.
GREAT! when do you think it will be avalaible?
Any idea of the price, please? Pure convection or hybrid?
Yes both the Odin &the Torch works very well, and yes the faster heating time is a nice improvement.
Odin has been a great vape for me.
One of the local patients got one from me as a donation, and he loves his also.
I sure am interested to hear about the Notus when it as available!
I would also like to know this.
Glad to hear ppl like the Odin. Our team has been improving it based on feedbacks from users.
And yes, Pure Convection The notus is still on testing so far, i will keep you guys informed here.
Hi. I have a Odin that dont heat up. I bought it last year. I used it a few weeks and was happy for it. Then I lost interest and it has been in the box for almost a year. I bought the device from Vaposhop.se here in Sweden.
Now I decided to take it up again but I cant get it to work. When I turn it on, the temp indication says 30C/86F. I press +- to set the temp and then press the central button for 2 sec and nothing happens. The screen says 30C and nothing happens. Sometimes the temp numbers disappears and a battery indication starts to blick and then screen goes black.
Battery indicates full change, the device vibrates when turning it on. But no heat up.
Is my Odin broken? Is there anything I can try? Anyone else with same problem?
seems like your battery might have gone bad. if you don't have any warranty on it already you might want to take it apart and replace the internal battery, for what i understand its a standard 18650 battery.
Dont feels like a bad battery. It indicates full battery and it took about 2 hours to charge.
Did you charge it via USB? If so, you may want to try USB charging from a "wall wart"
I had issues with another vape that was not able to charge completely from a computer port.
Please report back once the problem has been found.
I also have had issues over time with a few vapes that never hit the top by computer port.
still liking the odin vape... did the notus ever go anywhere?
@AdrianH try the wall plug and plug it in and start it.. not really recommended to use while charging but could make it start
I use a quality USB charger and a good micro-usdb cable. I know about importance of that.
Should the Odin device work while pluged in? I tried that but wasn´t sure if it should work.
yes- it has pass through option... not recommended but you can use it while charging
Try and hold the on button down for about ten seconds and see if it turns on... I know holding the power button down works after unit has been used and you want to power it down and then power it back up later... this is a step to skip the three clicks on.. give that at try... put it in the fridge also/maybe for a few minutes to maybe to effect electronics lol... could work?? don't leave it in there to long
Ok, located the problem. It was a bad soldering from the motherboard to the heater so a cable got loose.
My herb pod is stuck in the oven. Does anyone know how to get it out? Any helpful tips?
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