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Supreme Vaporizer

Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by nysuperscum, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. justvapin

    justvapin Enthusiastic Cannabis Consumer

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    I haven't used ANY of my other vapes since I got these glass tubes. I love them. I heat both with tube inserted and without. Excellent results both ways. Better taste and easier to use than the aluminum tubes, for me anyway. Before I got the glass tubes, I just didn't use the Supreme that much. So for me, it totally changed the experience, and I couldn't be happier.

    I have never combusted either. That's one of the things I love about it....total control.

    I have posted at times that I thought a couple of my other vapes hit as hard as the Supreme. I would like to change that sentiment.....I honestly don't think ANY of my vapes can hit as hard or as smooth or hit me as hard as the Supreme. Several are very close, but nope.

    I did manage to burn myself pretty good with it last night. Stupid moment. Doh.......
     
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  2. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    I don't see any reason to go back. The glass stems pretty much function exactly like my stock stems but with improved flavor, and I'm not saying I've ever had a problem with the flavor of the stock stems, I liked the flavor just fine.
    As a small added bonus I no longer burn my fingers with the wire screen.

    Also I haven't noticed any reduction in vapor production but I heat with my tube inserted all the way and I go for high temps. I usually do two "heat cycles" per stem. My 1st is at 330°F/166°C and my 2nd is at 370°F/189°C.
    Even at these temps the flavor is amazing!

    Originally I thought seeing my spent herb through the glass and the flavor were the only advantages to the glass stem. But now after a month the reason really love the glass stems is the beautiful golden reclaim.
    It's so easy to collect it from the glass and the effects.... :mmmm:

    Edited for spelling
     
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  3. justvapin

    justvapin Enthusiastic Cannabis Consumer

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    Agreed, the reclaim is so very nice.......
     
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  4. Mister G

    Mister G Deceptively Old Fart

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    My basic creme brulee torch wasn't cutting it anymore, it's flame started to weaken and it was consuming butane too quickly.

    So for my bday I treated myself to a Blazer GB2001 that many members here have recommended.

    Only one use so far with my Supreme...but I can this thing ROCKS. :cool: Should have gotten one sooner.

    Great build quality, solid feel in the hand, precision flame control. Perfect height for Supreme heatup. It's also easier to fill, my other torch would spill liquid butane all over the place, wasting a lot. Thank you to all who recommended and posted links to this torch before. :tup:
     
  5. Mister G

    Mister G Deceptively Old Fart

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    The Blazer GB2001 in action:

    [​IMG]
    It's like a lightsaber
     
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  6. Lookatmeglow

    Lookatmeglow I seem to have a bad case of VAS

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    Is it just me or does anyone else see the supreme v3 like someone holding up Thor's hammer triumphantly?

    :sherlock:

    Also, I have been reading through this thread now and was wondering how you all would suggest making the glass tubes, if you don't have any tools to make them?
     
  7. justvapin

    justvapin Enthusiastic Cannabis Consumer

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    You can use the tubes just like they came if you choose. That's what I am doing, and it works a treat.
     
  8. Lookatmeglow

    Lookatmeglow I seem to have a bad case of VAS

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    I have no problem with the aluminum tubes, but glass is always going to be my preference. Easy to clean and no added flavor, not that aluminum is difficult to clean or has a strong taste.
     
  9. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    I picked up a whole bunch of stems at $1 each. Let me figure out how many stems I can cut before my file craps out on me and how much shipping is and we can probably work something out.

    If anyone else is interested PM me and this weekend when I figure out how much the stems are I'll get back to you.

    I'm not trying to make any $$ on anybody or get over on anybody here but I have 10 stems just sitting here collecting dust.
    I love this place and everybody in it, just trying to give back to the community.

    @natural farmer I checked flat rate shipping from Las Vegas to Greece and its like $35. If you cover the shipping I'll send you 4 precut stems free.

    Edit: Wow, those went fast. For those of you that were quick we'll be in touch.:peace:
     
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  10. justvapin

    justvapin Enthusiastic Cannabis Consumer

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    Using the glass has several advantages.....

    No more screen needed, which was hard to handle after a hit. I slightly burned myself several times.
    Better flavor (subjective of course).
    Easier to handle after hit, not as hot (for me anyway).
    Bowl easier to clean after hit.
    Reclaim seems to collect better for some reason.
    No aluminum dust at all.
    You can see your product after hit to ensure complete extraction.

    I can't describe it entirely, but the glass has made it "SUPREME" for me........
     
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  11. sam urai

    sam urai Well-Known Member

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    Did any of you find new gaskets for your glass stems or are you swapping out with the existing ones?
     
  12. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    I swap out my existing washers.
     
  13. Chingas

    Chingas Active Member

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    VAS is real.

    Is it bad that I recently received an e-nano, omnivap & ff2 in the space of two days yet just placed an order for this? You people are very convincing. I thought the vapcap thread was kind of culty. Yeesh.

    Savings, spend 'em while ya got 'em I guess.
     
  14. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    Welcome to the club!!
    You will not be disappointed!
     
  15. Mister G

    Mister G Deceptively Old Fart

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    The Supreme has pretty much cured my VAS (for now until something I REALLY LIKE comes to market).

    Supreme has allowed me to save my money not buying: Milaana/Zion or other RBT product, Mighty/crafty, Helios, Venus Apollo, although I think I am eventually going to cave on a Sticky Brick Maxx and/or Jr., but lack of VAS motivation has me procrastinating indefinitely on those.

    It will have to be something really unique and special to take my attention away from my Supreme, it's as close to my personal vape Holy Grail as I've ever experienced. But if something comes along that hits harder, I want it. Right now I only pretty much use the unrivaled raw power of butane vapes (Supreme or Daisy), with the occasional grasshopper thrown in when out and about.

    For me Supreme = Maximum Potency - I've found nothing else like it.
     
  16. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    TESTIFY
    [​IMG]
     
  17. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    So I've been kind of busy tonight.:science:
    I did notice as the night progressed and the files got more and more dull and the cuts were not as clean. Even though the flame polish took care of some of it a couple of stems may be far from perfect.

    Preparing to cut
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    Half way through filing and cutting
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    Finally done cutting
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    Hot water bath after the flame polish
    [​IMG]

    A final rinse with distilled water and set out to dry
    [​IMG]
     
  18. anasrzi

    anasrzi Well-Known Member

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    Got to admire that commitment @VAPEHUNTER are those all for your use?? Could open a small shop selling those to everyone on the supreme thread :).
     
  19. VAPEHUNTER

    VAPEHUNTER Well-Known Member

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    Only two are for me.
    All the rest are being sent out to fellow members.
    A shop, that's funny. I'm not out to make any money here. Just trying to help out the community and rack up some karma points.

    Below is my post where I explained the reason for all the stems and how to get your hands on some.

     
  20. Doktor Dub

    Doktor Dub Well-Known Member

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    @VAPEHUNTER the previous Post can not be liked enough! I think you should get quite some Karma Points for your great attitude.
     
  21. justvapin

    justvapin Enthusiastic Cannabis Consumer

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    Received 2 stems from @VAPEHUNTER today.....very impressed!!! Excellent packaging and nicely cut.
    Thank you very much!! They are fantastic!!
     
  22. Chingas

    Chingas Active Member

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    Invoice paid. Hmmm, what to use first? Durban Poison, Ghost Train Haze, OG Skunk? Hmmmm
     
  23. lazylathe

    lazylathe Almost there...

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    All of them???
    One tube of each, just to test...
    Then enjoy!!

    Good to have another new S3 owner!!
     
  24. sam urai

    sam urai Well-Known Member

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    First off, THANK YOU @VAPEHUNTER for being so generous with your time to offer people cut glass stems. Much appreciated!

    Now for a compare and contrast...

    Glass stem strengths:
    -Provide multiple hits of deliciousness where the aluminum are greatly reduced after the first hit.
    -Being able to see the amount as you fill (could also be a negative since you're now aware of how much room is still available and will probably want to add more).
    -Stem cools off much quicker after each session.

    Glass stem weaknesses:
    -Airflow seems slightly more restricted than with the aluminum tube.
    -The glass wall is thicker than the aluminum creating a smaller diameter in which to insert material.
    -Emptying the tube requires a toothpick.

    I'm quite happy having a new way to enjoy vaping with the supreme. Thanks @lazylathe for the initial idea!
     
  25. vapirtoo

    vapirtoo Well-Known Member

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    You can empty the tubes by blowing the herb out while the tube is still hot.
    Once it cools everything is frozen in place
     

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