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Silver Surfer Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by vtac, Oct 26, 2007.

  1. Madri-Gal

    Madri-Gal Active Member

    So I have had a few days to try the Super Surfer, and I noticed right away that it packs a whollop. It hits a lot harder than my Silver Surfer, and I'm not referring to bags, or using the fan. I can't think why this would be. I've only had my SSV a few months, and it has a new heater core. My SSV has a ground glass wand, and the Super Surfer is spherical ground glass . Could that be the difference? Or maybe the individual wand and heater cover are such that they make a difference? I tested using the same Black Cherry Haze and Berry White, so that isn't it. The SSV is great and all, but the Super Surfer does hit harder. That doesn't make sense to me.
  2. wall

    wall Well-Known Member

    Spherical glass could be it, thats what my silver is and it kicks hard when I turn up the heat
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  3. TheSaddestShitIsImBadAsIt

    TheSaddestShitIsImBadAsIt Well-Known Member

    I have a DBV but I’m posting in here as it seems more active. I got a replacement heating element and should have checked it more closely before putting it in my vape. I turned it on and noticed spots glowing differently, I turned it off and noticed they were dark lines. Just like the one I replaced because of similar damage. Are these ceramic rods meant to have this discolouration or am I unlucky?
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  4. howie105

    howie105 Well-Known Member

    The heater on my LSV looks cracked when its hot and the one in my used Buddha had a dull spot for awhile when I started using it. If its working well I wouldn't worry about it too much.
    KidFated. likes this.
  5. Madri-Gal

    Madri-Gal Active Member

    Then I might just try a different heater cover and wand in spherical gg. Thanks, Wall.
    wall likes this.
  6. Marcus-TGC

    Marcus-TGC Member

    Hola folks,

    I've got a 110V SSV sat here not doing much as I live in the UK and we are 240V here, and was wondering if anyone knows how to convert it to a 240V?

    Is it just a case of buying a new heater element?



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