Discussion in 'Vaporization Discussion' started by shredder, Jul 4, 2017.
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i think i passed @lwien in March when i turned 70.
BT may count as being old - it started 17 years ago.
No you didn't.
then it's a race to the finish, you jogging and me on my NordicTrack.
Hello fellow vapers!!! I am from South Africa, vaping for about a year and a bit. I luv the DIY aspect of vaping. Back to the discussion. My dad suffered from cronic asthma, and he told me that back in the day(60's 70's before carry around inhaliers), you could go to the Police station and they would keep a small amount of cannabis (we call it Dagga) at hand. He could always feel if he was heading towards a really bad asthma attack. If you had a doctor's letter they would give you some weed, wich u had to use infront of an officer. Taking either a metal lid or spoon with a small heap of cannabis on it, you would hold this over a candle and inhale closely over it. This would prevent him from getting a major attack. Thus in effect he was vaping really basic old school.
This is the "Chills Vapotron" from '99.
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Loverde Lighthouse vaporizer .,looks like one of the first vaporizers was Halogen powered .. How cool is that?
that thing would hooka All Day long LOL... is that one quarter ounce capacity or what ?
12 years ago when i visited Spain and got to know some crazy dude there,he used a kitchen board to prepare his smoke ,he chops buds and hash with kitchen knife like it is some kind of salad and then load few grams of it in a cigar sized chillum.. for a single session,so i am not really surprised with the bowl size of the loverde...
more is less, less is more, more is more, less is less, more or less
I used to dab directly off the ceramic heating element of my Vapor Brothers box vape as a rudimentary enail. You'd apply your dab and and put the whip/gong on as fast as possible, often vapor bonged it through a small beaker.
When Highly Educated introduced the first e-nail system some years later I loved the concept, but I believe it was around $800?
Have you checked the EOVA from OCD it is a discontinued vaporizer,which i think gave the another "original idea" to 7thfloor so they can come up with their oil kit,
With everything Wes talked about and for all the pictures of odd contraptions that were on his site how many working units actually made it out to the public? A few of us are still waiting for ours.
Don't know how many antique vaporizers are out there, but I will say, we've come a long way! And I can see how ideas were born, then expanded and improved. I can't wait for what's next, but it's really cool to see vape history as well.
These aren't really antiques though, pretty sure I have an Underdog older than the OCD piece in the picture above.
This was a pretty interesting read!!
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