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Sticky Brick Junior by Sticky Brick Labs

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Slow Draw McGraw, Aug 5, 2016.

  1. AmsterDAB16

    AmsterDAB16 Well-Known Member

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    Awesome news all around. But BRAAAHHHH what wood is that one in the pic, fucking gorgeous! Would you happen to know if vapefiend get will get these WPAs in-stock?
     
  2. Fat Freddy

    Fat Freddy FUCK CANCER TOO !

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    A few days of Viagra and he should be back in action!
    (Or so I've heard).
     
  3. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    If Vapefiend requests them, we will surely ship to them. PM me if you're Interested in getting one sooner rather than later.
     
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  4. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Sticky Brick Labs Company Rep

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    Happy St. Patty's day!!

    "PATTY15" will save you 15% off at www.StickyBrickLabs.com

    Code will run until midnight on Sunday.

    Have a great weekend everyone!

    Sticky Brick Labs
     
  5. AmsterDAB16

    AmsterDAB16 Well-Known Member

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    Sticky Brick was ganked along with my stash and a bunch of other shit last night.

    That's what I get for taking my backpack out on St. Patty's :mad::(:bang:
     
  6. duff

    duff Well worn

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    I'm sure the ganker had a Happy St. Patrick's Day.

    The gankee, not so much. Good thing there's a sale today.
     
  7. Jen

    Jen Well-Known Member

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    Oh no! That's terrible! Hope you can replace it soon. I'd be a mess without my Bricks.
     
  8. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    i feel yer pain, ive lost my shit twice in my day, back when i smoked. Both times it was a pouch with a glass bubbler and a few G's of herb inside. One of the times it was stolen, the other time it was lost which was on me.
     
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  9. Chandler

    Chandler Well-Known Member

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    @Philreal187 @nondarb @Gregori @WakeAndVape @6079Smith , SBJr vs. Vapman. please compare pros and cons for me. vapor quality, flavor, efficiency etc... Vapman Stations are now available and i'm caught between SBJr or Station! Much appreciated

    wow. so Mighty flavor is on par with SBJr?? is there anything 'better' about the Mighty vs SBJr?

    This is awesome!! i also own a Mighty and use dosing capsules exclusively with it.. How is performance using dosing capsules in SBJr??

    Thanks
     
  10. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    @Chandler for starters the vapcap is conduction and the brick is convection.

    also the junior has a much larger capacity and can also be used to microdose if you'd like

    the brick is a on demand vaporizer and you draw WHILE applying the torch, where vapman is torch first then draw.

    id say the vapman wins in the 'efficiency' department because it is designed for piches, the larger size of the bricks bowl and my inability to restrain myself leave me using more with the brick V.S. the vapman that gives you puffs until you reach the precise level you want to be at

    the dosing capules perform well in junior (sr. or hydro for that matter) and using them adds a bit of conduction and also eliminates stirring...you just shake the cap

    Rene and stickybrick are good people though, so supporting both is preferred :D:rockon:
     
  11. Chandler

    Chandler Well-Known Member

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    My brother, thank you. Is there a big difference in the quality/flavor of the vapor vs vapman???
    i'm guessing, but obviously the dosing caps would keep the chamber much clenaer?
    Agreed. after reading 20+ pages in this thread i can tell the customer service is on par with Rene. That alone has me sold! i need to see more pics. can't decide what style i'd like!
     
  12. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    i think they both have a high range of temps...its just slightly easier to control the flavor with the vapman
    but the taste is great in both, vapor quality is good in both...they both have different vapor signatures so its hard to compare.

    the vapman is like a prius...the brick is like a mustang.
    both great vehicles, suited for different driving styles...ir just depends on how fast you have to get there VS the amount fuel you'll use

    hope that helps
     
  13. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    I would say the SBJ is just as efficient as the Vapcap/Vapman on paper, I once loaded my SBJ with 0.005 and got a surprisingly satisfying hit with a nice cloud that milked it all in one hit. The problem is the SBJ is a much more advanced-level vape when it comes to operation, so it's easier to accidentally char/combust the loads especially when they're that small. You're right that the Brick is better suited to larger loads.
     
  14. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    Well if you notice, my next statement said it was due to my inability to restrain myself :cool:

    Besides comparing convection/conduction units can be apples and oranges
     
  15. Vapor_Eyes

    Vapor_Eyes unfiltered

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    Yes, I can use my standard microdose size, .03 grams, in the Junior and it works great. However, most of my other vapes have smaller chambers and I am almost always using small loads with them. I like to take advantage of the huge chamber on Junior and my OG Brick when I use them.

    The beautiful thing is it is on demand, so even with a full chamber you can microdose and just save the rest for later. Although I'd have to say I suffer the same problem as @WakeAndVape. Even though the Junior is perfectly suited to small loads and microdosing I have a hard time restraining myself when using it because it is just so fast, fun, and flavorful.
     
  16. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    The learning curve of the vapman is a bit tricky at first compared to sbj (which you can get down within a couple tries) I must admit I don't use my vapman anymore since junior arrived, but both are glorious butane vapes
     
  17. Chandler

    Chandler Well-Known Member

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    Thanks everybody. i appreciate the input... That being said, i'm confident SBJr will be a positive edition to the collectiion. Its interesting no one wants to say which is truly 'better', but i guess in this situation, better isn't so much the case as is 'different' but both 'equally great', akin to what @WakeAndVape had said.

    i hold Vapman in the highest regard. My honeymoon with Mighty recently ended after a few months (the upgrade from Crafty is night n day, well worth it), and it was so refreshing to return to Vapman. Mighty is great, but Vapman is so much more efficient, effective, faster, and fun.
    I added a CFV to the roster this past black friday due to my VAS and the desire to compare a convection unit to my two conduction babies... in all honesty, i haven't spent more than two full evenings using it since recieving it.... it didn't taste better than Mighty or Vapman and the battery is doodoo. I thought the flavor would trump the battery... but nope. didn't know about SBJr at the time :(

    I think SBJr will fulfill my desire and provide one the best convection experiences currently possible with a portable. I look forward to it! until mine arrives i'll probably throw yall some more questions mainly to relieve my anxiety in anticipation, so i'll imagine vaping SBJr vicariously through yall to it arrives!!

    i read tens of Vapman pages while waiting for my first one to arrive. it took nothing to master due to the info from all the great ppl here on FC.
    I feel the same with SBJr, i'll be a pro by bowl #2 :brow: (i hope. learning will be fun indeed)
     
  18. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    More like a pro after the first light haha @Chandler
     
  19. nondarb

    nondarb .

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    The vapmans more efficient but the jr (and all sticky brick fare) hits a LOT harder. I really like @WakeAndVape prius and mustang analogy, my vapman is the one I grab when im trying to stretch my herb but the bricks are what I snag when I want to get lifted quickly.

    I dont have any experience with the station specifically though, just VM and torch.
     
  20. almost there

    almost there Well-Known Member

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    which wood would have the least amount of taste as far as affecting the flavor of the vapor?
     
  21. TNT_error

    TNT_error Well-Known Member

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    I think every type has a break in time, but idk since I've only had walnut. It took me about 2-3 sessions to break it in, same when I first had a daisy and peace
     
  22. mccringleberry

    mccringleberry Well-Known Member

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    Cherry.
     
  23. almost there

    almost there Well-Known Member

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    Thanks @TNT_error and @mccringleberry, I went with the spalted maple in the end bc it's so beautiful when it's mixed with grey and I like asking for advice and not taking it:evil:. Looking forward to getting acquainted with this bad boy. Ordered from puffitup, amazingly quick service, my order was shipped within 2 hours of me placing it. Can't wait to join the club, first I must come up with a good excuse for my wife explaining why I'm celebrating Christmas for the 4th time since Christmas:disgust:;). Tomorrow is the big day!!!
     
  24. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    just tell her your politically sensitive and desire to build bridges and not walls :rockon::cheers:
    -'Murica:dog:
     
  25. AmsterDAB16

    AmsterDAB16 Well-Known Member

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    So I've caved and already ordered a replacement SBJ after having my dear sweet one swallowed up by the scum of Amsterdam from a crowded bar on St. Patrick's day.

    Brick is to legit to quit. Also what's a good upgrade from the stock torch ?

    Looking for something that will fare better outdoors against the wind...

    Looking forward to getting back in the ranks of Sticky Brick Squad status. Even ordered express shipping so should be here tomorrow, fuck yeah!
     
    Last edited: Mar 21, 2017

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