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Discussion in 'ABV' started by spaceshipbob, Jan 27, 2013.

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  1. VaporEyes

    VaporEyes Vaporization Aficionado Accessory Maker

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    I think with a little engineering it very well could do bags... experiment time :science:.
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  2. Roger D

    Roger D Vapor Wizard

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    Five years volcano owner, now taking dust in a corner.
    Bags are kind of boring, and if you want freshest taste you've got to change em. Annoying.
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  3. vorrange

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    Not very dificult to apply a vapor lung in the LSV IMO. ;)
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  4. VaporEyes

    VaporEyes Vaporization Aficionado Accessory Maker

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    True, but I was thinking more along the lines of an automated system. Such as running a hose into the LSV heater cover(air intake hole) and then attaching that to an air pump. I think that would work but I'm not at home currently to test this out yet.
  5. NotPotRelated

    NotPotRelated MFLB Pro

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    I would look into the ud (or any other log vape for that matter) or the extreme q for your at home needs
  6. llama1892

    llama1892 Aaron Rodgers Afficianado

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    I'm by no means a seasoned expert compared to most people here, but I have had my handful of awesome, and crappy vapes. Personally I would go with a home vape such as Da Buddah as someone mentioned earlier^ or the Extreme Q-tower. Way cheaper than the volcano (got mine for 170 on amazon) and has the bag option and digital temp controls. It definitely gets me plenty medicated. So I say etiher an Extreme Q or Da buddah!

    Happy Vaping :D
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  7. Pcpvapors

    Pcpvapors Well-Known Member

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    Not to knock the EQ as it is a great vape in many respects but moving parts will break eventually. Da Buddha/Life Saber are built like tanks, simple, robust, and definitely get the job done.
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  8. hoptimum

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    Although they are both desktop whip vapes, Da buddha and the Extreme q are polar opposites in design. Da buddha is simplicity itself. One dial with no numbers and barely a notch on the knob. Extreme Q has a digital readout, a base that lights up, a remote control, automatic shutoff and a 3 speed fan for bags, plus a cyclone bowl and an elbow bowl. To me da buddha feels more solid and it heats up faster.
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  9. llama1892

    llama1892 Aaron Rodgers Afficianado

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    And I have gone through this with my roomate, We happened to break the entire unit within about 4 months. By no fault of the machine itself, we were just incredibly medicated trying to put it away and would drop some things from time to time ;) But I can definitely understand what you mean Pcpvapors. Da buddha is or the SSV are fantastic units as well. I've tried them, just not owned them so it's hard for me so say.

    Edit: to clear up we had a lifetime warranty so we got another one free of charge :)
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