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Discussion in 'ABV' started by Pete Jones, Jun 17, 2014.

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  1. Pete Jones

    Pete Jones Active Member

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    I'm a medical user, and have a VapeExhale Cloud for a desk top, a Solo for semi-portable, and a T1. The T1 just died, so I'm looking for a replacement. I use only dry herb. My priorities are: healthiest (e.g., low risk of something suspect in the air path); pocket size and discreet form; decent battery power; and low fuss.

    For background (in case it helps at all), I'm mention the following. I've had log vapes, which are great, although the charring in the PD made me cautious. I got the VapeEx more for its clean vapor that for huge clouds. (I have a Volcano, but rarely use it.) The Solo is great, but I'm looking for something more portable, and I don't like how dirty the stems get and that they are not readily portable when still filled. I liked the T1, and have appreciated its size and form, but it died a few times, the "screen" gets clogged, and the battery strength is outdated.

    Many thanks for your suggestions. Happy to answer questions.
     
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  2. herbivore21

    herbivore21 Well-Known Member

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    Do you use oils?

    There is no truly stealthy flower option which delivers enough juice to keep you going throughout the day, especially if you are using for relief of chronic pain/other chronic conditions which necessitate more frequent vaping.

    I would heartily recommend any of the w9 oil pens, from the minicron lite up to the Persei. I own the Persei myself, steered in that direction by others here when I was looking for the same thing as you right now.

    The Persei 3.7v herc with shorty ss tube and an 18350 battery is pocket sized, all black, super quick to heat up, super effective at delivering huge hits. The Persei 3.7v ti gr2 kiss cart with shorty tube and 18350 is absolutely tiny, excellent way to get those much-needed cannabinoids into your system efficiently whilst out and about.

    I recommend the hammer top with the 3.7v hercules sr74, this will mean you don't have to hold the button down to heat up the herc heater (roughly 20-30 seconds for a good hit). I am going to provide some instructional videos in the Persei thread soon, since the 3.7v herc has been chronically underrated in the past, I want to show people how to use it to get the clouds they need easily :D
     
  3. Pete Jones

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    herbivoire21: Thanks. I do not currently use oils. I may in the future, but for now I am looking for an herb vape, as close to my priorities as I can find.
     
  4. nihil

    nihil Member, Known Well

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    Have you looked into a Pax? I use it as a regular nicotine user and it is great for portability and stealth, while good for battery life and maintenance. It is conduction and metal air path though.
     
  5. clouded vision

    clouded vision Well-Known Member

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    Why not have thermovape rebuild your T1 cart?
     
  6. Pete Jones

    Pete Jones Active Member

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    @nihil: You are correct that the Pax meets some of my priorities, but I'm not sold on the health/safety part. I was hoping that there was something like the Pax but with convection and less build up (from what I've heard).

    @clouded vision: I did not know that Thermovape still rebuilds the T1 LL cart. Do you happen to know that they still do and how much they charge? I can aske them but thought that I'd post in case you know.

    Thanks.
     
  7. clouded vision

    clouded vision Well-Known Member

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    I'm not sure, last I knew they did and it cost $15+shipping but I upgraded to the Cera back in October so that's the last I followed the first Gen threads. Wouldn't hurt to send them an email through their website
     
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