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Recommend A Portable

Discussion in 'Ask FC' started by crownroyaldaddy, May 14, 2018.

  1. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

    If you were a long term blunt/joint smoker, you owe it to yourself to have a Dynavap as at least 1 of your portable options. Nothing simulates smoking Js and Bs better than a Vapcap and a torch.
  2. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

    The thread is called, Recommend A Portable, just saying. So there is absolutely no portable you could recommend now you have the FlowerPot? I knew I should have pulled the trigger on 4/20. :bang:

    I would also say the Fury2 looks even more tempting now they have dosing capsules, you could load the 5 up and be set (until the smallish battery died, I leave mine on a battery bank when not in use so always fully charged, not great for battery longevity but at least it is ready)
  3. StonerSloth

    StonerSloth cui bono?


    Fury 2 is a true pocket phenom and I can't wait for the dosing capsules!!! This is my vote for best vape release of 2017!

    It is very different than a Mighty - but that is not to say it is less "good" than a Mighty. The Mighty is more of a home portable and the Fury is a true pocket portable... But I do find myself using my Fury 2 at home all the time... Mostly when my logs are off/warming up but sometimes even when they are warm :uhoh:
  4. Used2use

    Used2use Sometimes to stupid to become a fool

    Definitive a good one, i would expect 3-4 caps out of one battery cycle but that should equal 2 mighty caps or 1/4 of the mighty battery life...
    Maybe a tolerance thing :D but i will easily deplete a fury battery before eg a concert starts...
  5. bossman

    bossman Gentleman Of Leisure

    @StonerSloth and @steama what temps do you two use your Fury 2 at? At home mine comes in third to my Solo II and Omnivap for smoothness. I only use my Fury 2 with the wpa or for vaping out these days.

    I'll be excited if the capsules give me even better efficiency and convenience, but while I love the open draw resistance I don't love the vapor quality with the black mouthpiece. My inexperienced guess is that the hybrid nature of the Fury 2 skews toward conduction, especially without glass. That and I'm probably not spending enough time at lower temps.

    I just ordered a Lil Bud and I'm curious how my first unregulated, wooden, on demand convection vape will fit into that mix. [So tempted by the obvious Airplane quote but I'll abstain.]

    Does a vape like the LB check the op's boxes?
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  6. LesPlenty

    LesPlenty Well-Known Member

    I find my 2018M is nowhere near as smooth as the Fury2, both through water with the F2 flat out it is still so smooth, the M makes me cough quite often, the Fury2 does not,(rarely anyway)
  7. crownroyaldaddy

    crownroyaldaddy Well-Known Member

    Thanks for all of the replies thus far! As an update, I received my Dynavap Vapcap 2018 M yesterday. Will probably end up with a Ti omni but wanted to make sure I enjoy and use the M first!

    I will still be getting a battery powered portable and will be researching your suggestions further.
  8. Mr. Gusto Himself

    Mr. Gusto Himself 010003

    In your lungs

    How are you liking it so far? You don’t need an Omni, exactly — you can do everything on that M that you could do with the Omni as is evident in the following video.

    Click to play YouTube Video
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