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Sticky Brick Labs Vaporizer

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

  1. Bookfellow

    Bookfellow Member

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    I just got myself a pollen press, so that I could do something with all that kief that I've accumulated, and the end result is simply lovely. A nice little disk, about the size and thickness of a penny, ready to be used...but I'm not sure his, never having vaped anything more that dry herb before know. I'm planning to break it into a few small chunks, and put them on a bed of light brown AVB...but is there a better method when using an OG Brick?
     
  2. v.bow

    v.bow Active Member

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    So...whats everyones favorite heating source/lighter for the whole sticky brick line up?
     
  3. scion34

    scion34 Well-Known Member

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    http://lotusvaporizer.com/jobon-zb-635-torch/

    This has been my favorite single torch lighter by far! I own two and will be ordering more soon, they can be had from eBay for around 9$.

    Consistent lighting, easy to adjust, big butane tank and importantly, a stable flame that doesn’t seem to care about how full it is. Never once have had a issue with refilling either, just a quick purge and your ready to go. It’s been my DD for Lotus, Vapman and SB use for 6 months now, wholeheartedly recommend.
     
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  4. ashinybox

    ashinybox Well-Known Member

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    I think this one is hard to beat !

    :rofl:

    But really, my Honest torch that shipped with my Maxx over a year ago is still going strong. I also purchased a different torch off Amazon by the brand Tomolo which works incredibly well when it wants to. Unfortunately I don't think it's available anymore :huh:
     
  5. AddictedToCombustion

    AddictedToCombustion Member

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    Hey guys been so happy so far with my vapcap m and now looking for a home unit wanted a evo but too pricey tbh so with experience in butane vaporizers i want to go for on demand convection sticky brick i just wanted to know which one to get. i would like the jr but have heard the others perform better
     
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  6. v.bow

    v.bow Active Member

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    They all perform about the same. The bigger units cool the vapor more but its negligible. The biggest difference would be the distance between your face and the flame.

    If you cant see up close...Id get the bigger units.

    https://photos.app.goo.gl/YwuOIb4hAGyfNyey2

    Edit: *Can't figure out how to post pics...but ive done it before...*
     
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  7. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Well-Known Member Company Rep

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    They all perform very similar but it depends what style of vaping you prefer. Sbj hands down for portability.
    OG still Portable but for more at home use and around the house
    Hydrobrick/Maxx is good if you want the best of dry and water usage in a desktop vaporizer.
    The flip brick is great for water rips and putting on a jhook! Hope this helps!
     
  8. AddictedToCombustion

    AddictedToCombustion Member

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    cool you reckon the jr still keeps up with desktop vapes such as the SB OG, volcano, evo, log vapes in terms of efficiency potency ratio

    about to press the order button on the sb jr got a 20% discount code and its £97-$136
     
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  9. Baron23

    Baron23 Well-Known Member

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    I have a Jr and use it at home...I'm older and just do not really vape out and about much (well, really at all).

    I have found the Jr to be just fine for "desktop" use and it is powerful but like all "unregulated" butane vapes, you need to learn a bit how to use it effectively with the torch lighter you have chosen.

    Now, you then ask a very difficult question...will a Jr keep up with a 'Cano or EVO. These are very powerful home desktop machines and I hesitate to compare them. I do think the EVO (have one) is damn efficient with herb. I would not say that particularly about the Volcano (have one of those also) but it has other charms that have resulted in it being a top tier vape for what...over 10 years?

    I will say I get huge clouds and full extraction from my Jr. For me, its mostly for that quick in-between session because its so fast to use (like every night at 2 am when up with my back...or 4 am when up with my back or...haha).

    If you get an SB, I don't think you will be disappointed.
     
  10. Slow Draw McGraw

    Slow Draw McGraw Well-Known Member Company Rep

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    Yes it can keep up. It can definitely hit like a Mack truck! As others have said, you will not be disappointed
     
  11. vapor gator

    vapor gator Well-Known Member

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    I suspect there will be quite a few people wondering about this! I just ordered my first brick and cant wait to start fiddling around with how to heat it. I have a fairly small 2 jet torch, and am curious about one larger flame versus a 3 or 4 jet torch.

    Looks like there is no mention of dremel torches in this thread...
    https://www.dremel.com/en_US/products/-/show-product/tools/2000-versatip-precision-butane-torch
    https://www.dremel.com/en_US/produc...200-01-versaflame-multi-function-butane-torch

    Has anyone tried using one of the diffuser attachments? Seems like that would be great for providing reliable even heating.
     
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  12. Vapor_Eyes

    Vapor_Eyes tripping off the beauty of it all

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    I feel like a broken record sometimes, but my favorite torch is still this Xing:
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B005...36_SY340_QL65&keywords=45+degree+pocket+torch

    It is cheap and has a wide temperature range which is great for the Sticky Brick line of vaporizers. Some torches I have used don’t get strong enough or are too strong at their weakest setting. The Xing is right in the sweet spot with the ability to use a small flame for flavor chasing or a big flame for those massive clouds. I like that the tank is visible so I’m never surprised by it running out of fuel.

    The Xing also is pretty much rock solid as far as the flame goes, no changing of size or flickering. That can ruin a Sticky session. The Xing stays the same, even using it upside down where some torches struggle. It doesn’t continue to burn very long after you release the button, which is another problem torches suffer from. If it is set very high sometimes it burns for a second after you let go but it’s still pretty quick. In normal use there is no issue at all.
     
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  13. cpk

    cpk Brother of the Leaf

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    I see SBL has SB Jr LE. How long have these been out? I am considering one of these or an OG. I don't think I would use the Maxx with water so OG seems easier to hold and light. The SE has premium wood. I would prefer the OG but don't want to miss out on the JR SE if they are not that common. Any thoughts or suggestions would be appreciated. Nice 420 sales going on 20-25% off SBL
     
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  14. Razshiro

    Razshiro Well-Known Member

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    Hey,

    Just a quick post to give good vibes and love for @StickyBricks @Slow Draw McGraw , i've just received my OG Canary, fast shipping,no custom, i'm really impressed by the skill guys :love:!!! awesome work :bowdown:,the colors and the smell are like you said on your website STUNNINGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGGG:drool: , i prefer the smell of the canary wood instead of my walnut Jr, i will post some pics laters ...
    :mmmm:
     
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  15. Kozzmozz

    Kozzmozz Infinite realities, infinite possibilities

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    Luckily you guys have not made a canary junior.

    Otherwise I might not keep my VAS under control.
     
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  16. slazak71

    slazak71 Well-Known Member

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    canary sb !!!!! niiice looking pieace of wood :ko: i reallized when wasnt using brick for 2 days my mood deacrased :goon: just love this tasty of wood on my lungs :doh: i wasnt for long time using full potential of brick beacuse of to short draw from brick, i just loved the tasty and focus on it, instead take a big massive cloud and get satisfacted fast :worms: greetings :)
     
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  17. cpk

    cpk Brother of the Leaf

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    I also picked up a Canary OG last week. i am very impressed with this device!
     
  18. slazak71

    slazak71 Well-Known Member

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    some brick photo, worth every cent :2c: :love:
     
  19. Kozzmozz

    Kozzmozz Infinite realities, infinite possibilities

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    @slazak71 Nice to see a heavily used Brick!
    Yet still looks rock solid, nice, gives me confidence in the future that I will enjoy my brick for a long time :rockon:
     
  20. slazak71

    slazak71 Well-Known Member

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    my brick is in use everyday :leaf: yees og is solid and gives big satisfaction for me, its manual so you can take short draws full of taste or takes big clouds making your head even more happy hihi :)
     
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  21. Basti

    Basti Well-Known Member

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    For me the hydrobrick maxx is the most simple to use when I use it dry because you can see and feel the vapor. It's s pity that I almost never use my OG and rarely my jr. With the OG the distance between flame and herb is so big that I didn't get this enormous clouds which always brings me back to the hydro maxx. I decided in this moment that I want to learn my OG and my jr. I'm sure they' re both awesome.
     
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  22. Megaton

    Megaton Well-Known Member

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    I was wondering, how many people here use the Honest torches that came with their SBJr?

    I have a couple of them, and im finding that when they are turned up high enough to get the required heat to vaporise, they then take quite a while to extinguish. Anyone else finding that? have i been unlucky? Is there something else im doing that could attribute to how long it takes for the flame to subside?
     
  23. slazak71

    slazak71 Well-Known Member

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    im not using this flame and in my opinion is to short...i got about 5-7 cm flame and is much more effective, is aswell easier to make a hotspot , sometimes i do but not often :) after 2-3 sec i also going with flame up , when herbs are dry i just need little time of flame and more focus on my lungs to keep inhalation of air and taking cold white cloud :nod:
    torche and flame are key using brick i think, this orginal torch from sb labs is a little bit deacres capabilities of bricks in my opionion but is just my opinion :) no offens to sb torch :)
     
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  24. paehtod

    paehtod Well-Known Member

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    Hello everyone~ just received my Canary OG brick 2days ago, it is my first OG brick.
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    the wood is so beautiful~(I will take more photo when i have time) the vapor is so cool and tasty~ its really big but i really love it, i found myself pretty enjoy its size on the desk.:love:
    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  25. Kozzmozz

    Kozzmozz Infinite realities, infinite possibilities

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    I found this too, the honest are decent for vaping but the slow dying flame I disliked. The blazer is perfect in that aspect as it clicks neatly on or off.

    BUT, when I do use the honest, I tend to just use the slow flame, I quit pressing a bit earlier and keep the dying flame at the intake, finishing my hit.
    Really pleasant especially for those early hits as you go back to the low sweet heat levels at the end of a lungfull.
    :sherlock:
     
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