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Sticky Brick Labs Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Justpassedu, May 25, 2016.

  1. Lazy Lighting

    Lazy Lighting Member

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    Just ordered mine. Can not wait!
     
  2. Kermitt

    Kermitt Well-Known Member

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    I love my OG Brick. I think in the SBL lineup, the OG is most underestimated. I usually read Hydro or Junior. Guys, buy the OG, it's worth it ; -)
     
  3. HerbalArs0nist

    HerbalArs0nist Member

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    That’s the vibe I was getting from all the threads as well. But for me the OG is what’s getting me most excited from the line up. Not a ton of parts, portable, hits like a brick :cool:, longer more open vapor path, can still use water and looks great.
     
  4. WakeAndVape

    WakeAndVape VapeLife X

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    Agreed the OG brick is a boss ass home unit that can be treated like a portable when needed!

    @Morty those fractals do look nice as fuck...SB is stepping up their wood variety game...i like it.
     
  5. Morty

    Morty Well-Zoned Member

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    I agree. Saw they have some Purple Heart Jr's in the works too. I was gonna get a Curly Maple OG Brick during the Black Friday sale, but never got a response back from SBL to my inquiry, so I decided to order some goodies to further pimp out my Supremes. Maybe next time.
     
  6. Lazy Lighting

    Lazy Lighting Member

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    Glad to hear that. That's what I ordered in cherry.
     
  7. Lazy Lighting

    Lazy Lighting Member

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    Does anyone know if the butane that comes in the included torch is high quality? Or should I plan on emptying it when it comes and fill it with the 11x refined butane?

    Thanks
     
  8. Razshiro

    Razshiro Well-Known Member

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    It's better to empty/refill with high refined butane, those cheap china torch are often pre-filled with low quality butane :).
     
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  9. Lazy Lighting

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    Thanks for the advice!
     
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  10. Hjalmark

    Hjalmark Oldest boy alive

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    My hydrobrick started kicking ass when I switched to 2x flame torch and was having very lame results with the provided torched that came with it (single flame)

    Think I been saying on the hydrobrick sub that I had 3x flame one but that was just me being stupid

    Its a 2x flame torch from Ebay and it rocks
     
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  11. Lazy Lighting

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    Just got my brick yesterday. Enjoying it. How fast do folks go through butane? Really looking to see how often do your torches need to be refilled if this was your daily driver?
     
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  12. Whissmu

    Whissmu Well-Known Member

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    if the butane lasts little ... it is that you are having a lot of fun with your brick !! :rofl: I remember that the same thing happened to me, I used to recharge my Honnesto torch several times a day ... then I learned to control myself enough so that my torch load lasted all day long. As? dominating the technique and most importantly limit my use with my beloved brick ..jejeej...
    enjoy !! something rarely cost as little as a gas (free of impurities) and give so many joys !!:rockon:
     
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  13. Lazy Lighting

    Lazy Lighting Member

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    Yea it's amazing. Love using it. So used to having an electric vap that I wanted to make sure I am going through butane at a normal clip. Can't stop using it. Going to pick up a better torch today.
     
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  14. Lazy Lighting

    Lazy Lighting Member

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    Just picked up a vector dual torch lighter....it is like night and day. I didn't think I could like my brick anymore man was i wrong. Huge clouds.
     
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  15. Whissmu

    Whissmu Well-Known Member

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    different torches -> different vaping sessions :science: each torch has its advantages and disadvantages accompanied by its own peculiarities.:sherlock: I'm recently, trying the triple flame... :evil:
     
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  16. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    just a quick question from my side: Did someone owns both a Brick AND a vapman? If so: Could you please write a few lines and compare pros/cons of them?

    I am thinking about getting a Brick lately (ar maybe DIY some sticky bricky brick-construction.) so a comparison had be nice
     
  17. duff

    duff Well worn

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    I am no Vapman pro @Phenix but did have one for a few months. These are, of course, my opinions only.

    Both are terrific flavor-wise but personally I give the edge to SBL.

    For big hits, SBL wins pretty easily.

    For efficiency Vapman.

    It's about even for ease of use.

    I would recommend either one.
     
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  18. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    thanks @duff

    I will think about it once more if I really need want another vape (atm I own a mflb, 2vaponics and the vapman).
    lets see if I can snag a deal in the classifieds....
     
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  19. Whissmu

    Whissmu Well-Known Member

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    +1 :bowdown::bowdown::bowdown:

    and add... in my opinion and as a possessor of 2 Vaponic, 2 Vapcap, a StickBrickJunior and one Vapocane:

    VAPMAN:
    Positive: :tup:
    - You will not find butane vape more discreet and furtive, also medical very high, different from the rest of vapes ... !!
    - Of all my vapes of butane is the most difficult to suffer burns (almost impossible) the safest for you hands
    - Easy mantenimineto and, clean, unbreakable compared to brick
    - Perfect for hash or concentrate
    Negative: :nope:
    - Difficult to find some fault but to say one, I would say that reduced load of the bowl

    STICK BRICK JUNIOR:
    Positive: :tup:
    - I do not have any vape that exceeds it in clouds and its flavor makes it to be in the top of the vapes
    - It's the one I have the most fun with, the one I enjoy the most and the one I have to monitor and moderate my consumption because it shoots ...
    Negative: :nope:
    - Difficult to clean to clean in comparison to the Vapman
    - More delicate and not very discreet
    - Learning curve more difficult

    I would recommend the two :nod:, they complement each other very well and to finish I'll say that my vapman take it out of the classifieds and it's the best second-hand purchase of my life :rockon::rockon::rockon:
     
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  20. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    Got my Vapman as grade B from Rene hinself.. beside a small broken out piece of eiod (cosmrticsk it functions amazing.
    I have to post my wood adapter for the torch someday: in a nutshell it makes alignment in the dark easier (to me important af, bad eyesight kicks in)

    I will monitor the FS Threads and meanwhile Diy something.. diy rules, even if it doesnt work out in the end..
     
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  21. The Undecided

    The Undecided Well-Known Member

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    I have been looking in these vape but I have one question, is all the parts contained inside the vape when it's closed or do you still have carry the glass outside of the closed unit?
     
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  22. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    Depends on the model, OG / JR brick — enclosed
    Hydrabrick — not enclosed
     
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  23. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    Dudes saw a Used OG brick recently which sells for $115 shipped in kinda good condition comes with a whip and wpa as well as the stock stuff.
    If I had to pay retail I would likely grab a JR but now I’m overthinking it.
    Is this a NObrain purchase - so just get it, try it out /thread it properly (so normal) and worst case sell it (do I get my money back in the end?)
     
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  24. IntoTheVoid

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    My Jr brick is my all time favourite vape. I started on a Flowermate as many people do, then an original Firefly, then Devinci IQ. I discovered butane with a OmniVap and M, and finally my Jr Brick. I kept the Vaps for super discrete use, but if I could only keep one vape it would be my Jr Brick. Flavour and hit size are off the charts.

    And I can’t believe how efficient it is. More than a few times I’ll take a huge rip and think “ok my bowl has combusted” or its absolute toast. Then I open the bowl and it’s just slightly starting to turn light brown. It’s almost supernatural in efficiency. Sure I’ll scorch every now and then but a quick stir usually fixes that.
     
  25. Phenix

    Phenix Well-Known Member

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    cant edit my previous post so yea.. now he wants some what $130 shipped for it, as he miscalculated shipping.. damn it.

    Still debating if I want a OG or a JR.. both are not a option at this point.
     

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