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Supreme Vaporizer 4

Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by biohacker, Feb 8, 2018.

  1. MileHighHuman

    MileHighHuman Well-Known Member

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    So if I find the perfect size thickness washer that makes my flat coil fit perfectly tight/snug into the sv4 then im good to go? If so, that does sound simple. Lol.
     
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  2. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Exactly!! A few minutes of trial and error with different thickness washers and you will be good to go!
     
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  3. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Started using my SV4 as i explained to you how you could use it by resting the SV4 on top of the tube.
    Finding that this method does medicated to a new level! It's a lot more medicating than my convection method as well with better flavor.
    Hits are massive with awesome flavor as you said.

    Hope you are still using it!
     
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  4. Morty

    Morty Well-Zoned Member

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    Sorry bro. Just got this. Been gone for a sec. Still breakin'.

    I believe your talking about the Vapocane 14mm M-F adapter (I use a OGB 14mm M-F adapter now, much better quality) w/ a Vapocane screen & a Herbalizer concentrate pad on top. The Supreme double decker convection mod! You were talking about using kief instead of flower to achieve this effect...

     
  5. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Still enjoying my Supreme 4 and experimenting to find my perfect temp!
    I was at 323C on the display and that was 230C at the neck.
    Nice brown ABV but it killed the flavor but it also knocked all my pain out of the park...
    Good to know for when those days strike!

    As for regular cruising I am now at 293C on the display and that is around 213C.
    Only 10C cooler but it makes a huge difference!
    ABV is now a light tan color and flavor is in your face!
    Vapor is a bit thinner but zero coughing, so that is awesome!
    Temp drop is around 2C for a micro load, so hardly noticeable!

    @Morty Let me know when you are done Breakin' and i will do it!
    It's going to be dangerous with the S4...
     
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  6. Morty

    Morty Well-Zoned Member

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  7. Alexis

    Alexis Peace keeper, fun maker and 3/4 time vaporist.

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    Just don't push him too far Morty. I can seriously see you going down for manslaughter if this goes wrong!!:rip::uhoh:
     
  8. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Just stopping in to say I still love using my SV4!!
    More so now because I have it dialed in perfectly to my needs!!
    I am using the VapoCane bowl, so full convection all the time. ABV is a light tan color.
    PID is set at 305 Celsius, temp at collar is 220 Celsius and I drop it by 9.5 Celsius at the end of a hit.

    It is running right up there with all my other heavy hitter desktops!
    Vapor is almost instantly formed and it produces massive clouds.
    This constant heat is a game changer for the SV line up!

    @Morty I have not forgotten!
    Found some concentrate to use and it is still good and strong...
    Just making a stockpile of kief to make it super interesting!
    Will make sure to do it on an empty stomach!
     
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  9. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Still using my SV4 and it just keeps getting better and better!
    I was using it at 305C and it was great! Clouds and flavor and effects!! Trifecta!!
    Over the last day or so I have been moving the temp up a few degrees every bowl and am now at 335C.
    Better extraction, denser clouds, more robust flavor and hits like a train!
    Perfect 100% convection, every time using the VapoCane bowl setup.
    Also switched to pretty much dry WT's and the flavor and effects are even more pronounced!
    I just have enough water to reach the bottom of the perc, mainly just to trap any particulate.

    I wonder if this vape will ever take off?
    Pretty rocky start to a highly anticipated vape...
    Don't be discouraged though, use your own equipment and it is a rock solid performer!
     
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  10. szai

    szai Well-Known Member

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    Is he even selling it still? There's no mention on the website yet.
     
  11. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    Call, email or go to website and contact, and mention you want the V4:

    Email: purevapor@yahoo.com
    Phone: (818) 269-6211


    P.O. Box 3391

    Redwood City, CA 94064
     
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  12. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

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    Is there any way Ed still makes a SV3 on demand? A friend of mine is very excited about mine und would really like to buy one bc he cant see any advantage of the Dually.
     
  13. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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  14. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

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    Thank your very much, Sir! 250 CHF? Pfff...but I will send him the datas. So awesome this device is it's unreasonable pricey for such a piece of rough made cheap metall.
     
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  15. Abysmal Vapor

    Abysmal Vapor Shaman of The Pyramid of Orlin'Malah

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    Yes i have opened the heater few times and it is just few separate legged plates stacked upon each other inside the metal cube. Have in mind that you also have devices like the vaponic which total worth is like 5$ with packaging included and is sold 6-7 times the production cost,i guess it is normal in the vape business ,after all they gotta earn something and pay the workers,labor cost in some countries is extremely high. The dually is priced at 200$ and there is 50$ shipping from the USA and add the taxes.. then i guess 250CHF($252) is not that bad. (thats in case you dont pay custom taxes for importing from Switzerland though.
     
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  16. Hogni

    Hogni Honi soit qui mal y pense

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    You are right. But I don't see material costs only of course. But everything else in this price league is more expensive in materials or processing. Ed should give this thing a handy handle instead of this cheap piece of sharp tin for masochists at least and a better construction for inserting the bowl.

    Don't get me wrong - I really love my "ugly bitch". There is no desktop - perhaps the GS, I haven't tried it yet? - which delivers such a nice and fine nuanced flavour. It's the perfect choice for testing the aroma profile of a new strain.
     
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  17. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    This vaporizer extracts like no other!
    Regardless of looks, how it is made etc...It hits like a train, on time every time!

    Time for a quick dry hit video!
    335C and 0,05g!

    Click to play YouTube Video
     
  18. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    I have upgraded my cheap China Enail controller with a High5 Basic controller and flat coil.
    Using a slightly lower temp of 325C and it is so much better in all ways!
    ABV comes out a light brown, stacks of vapor and flavor and massive effects!
    In the future I will stick with name branded controllers as they seem to run better, possibly higher quality internal components.
    I do like the dual switches for power and coil, leaves you free to program with a cold coil.

    Somehow the SV4 has become my go-to Daily Driver.
    It's so consistent and powerful and easy to use.

    If anyone wants to jump in the water, I would recommend the High5 range of controllers and coils!
    Super reliable and consistent!
     
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  19. Dubmonkey

    Dubmonkey Well-Known Member

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    Are using the sv4 with the stock bowl or using it your way with a screen and little 14/18mm bowl?

    The stock sv4 bowl sucks as it is cumbersome to use if trying to do back to back bowls.

    Thinking about switching out my coil from the SV4. It was the one Ed was offering as a kit that included a ground plug and some basic digital controller. I rather use my pelinail than some unknown brand controller.

    I removed my stock sv4 coilby prying the slot open and bango out comes the flat coil.

    Any leads or ideas on a flat coil that fits the sv4 and is 5 pin std xlr?
     
    Last edited: Jun 11, 2018
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  20. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    I never use the stock bowl system. For such a powerful vaporizer it is an archaic loading system that relies on different types of heat all at once. I do not like timing my hits and waiting after inserting the stem, results vary and drives me crazy!

    I only use my glass bowl that only uses convection heating for extraction.
    It is far superior to the stem loading.

    As far as XLR connections and controllers, I have no idea what works with what. Way too many options out there... There is NO standard...

    I would recommend going with a set of a controller and a coil that are made to work together.
    The High5 range is affordable and reliable!

    I used to use a High5 coil with my China controller but find the High5 setup to be far superior!
     
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