Discussion in 'E-cig Based Portables' started by bholt, Jul 8, 2013.
Anyone planning on getting one?
Right now , I plan on it .
That's the way , a release/launch should be done .
No teasing or worked up self composed hype by members .
Just sign on , and ' Show and Tell ' time .
Few more questions ;
What's the dif . between the mini version . Batt. capacity and size ...etc. ?
Free shipping to Canada ?
Cant wait for your review
It looks very promising that's all , a few good vids will do that .
I'm not sure , but is that the same ceramic type heater core as in the Cera ?
My Omicron Light has 850 Mah , but doesn't seem to hit like their 650 mah BHOLT .
Of course the Omi uses carts tho . Don't know if I'll be the first to review .
Lots more ' Hard Core ' members here on FC .
The mini does not have a standing base, and has a smaller battery 350mah. If you are interested in reviewing we can hook you up with a demo unit at a special price. please email email@example.com
Have you tested to see how many hits/hours use you can get out of the mini? What would be the battery size on the larger model?
they pretty much last all day. its amazing. 650mah on the classic model battery.
What is the preferred load size?
Load size in terms of?
How much wax it will hold?
Dab sized or half gram+ sizes?
dab sized.. also for everyone who contacted me about demo review units, please check email or inbox. thanks.
I just tried to make contact , but the e-mail was undeliverable .
Has the offer stopped already ?
Can't wait to see more reviews.
Please try to email me again @ firstname.lastname@example.org or use contact us on http://www.bholtvape.com
@tweek: reviews should be coming as we have had more then a couple requests for demo review units.
Not sure why but I noticed after sending that the address read email@example.com instead of firstname.lastname@example.org - strange since I thought I copy/pasted.
I don't mean to be a debbie downer but this looks to me the same type of a ceramic bowl/silica wick setup as the Nail cartridge or the globe, I am really hoping someone can develop a true wickless system
Agreed. I like the GonG fittings, but the cart setup is one we have seen before.
He never claimed it wasn't, though. Expecting every new product and manufacturer to come up with a totally unique way of vaporizing is unfeasible. When a manufacturer tries to pass off old tech as new tech, that's a way different story and they deserve to be called on it. But that isn't what is happening here.
All vape pens use this element, a nichrome coil with a wick of some sort. Even the stuff that's made by Delta9 or ThermoEssence. This product is exactly as described, the first glass on glass vape pen. I'm not sure how any can see that as a negative characteristic.
The type of element isn't the issue. For me it's more about the placement of the coil. It's a top coil, I'm sure it'll suffer the same limitations as other top coil devices - i.e. concentrates dripping off the wick, down the sides. And it looks to me like there's a lot of space for oils to slide in that ceramic cup. Think OG G Pen and 710 tanks.
TV and D9 both produce bottom coil carts.
Also TV Dart was wickless so truly a differentiated product
It's not wickless, it uses a ceramic wick. While that may be a technically superior method to sillica, that is still a wick.
Yes, it is a better product - but saying it is wickless is not true. Like you said in your earlier post, someone still needs to develop that product.
The top-coil vs bottom-coil question is not something I had taken into consideration though, and I can see that being an important factor.
Isn't the VIP wickless?
ok it worked this time .
I will wait for you reply , and check my spam also .
I just got one of these. It performs very well so far in the few time's I've had to try it out, and holds a generous dab in the ceramic cup, but you do have to be careful not to put too much or it can ooze around the edges a bit. Definitely a load as you go. I imagine you can just reclaim any lost oil that might leak down around the sides by doing an ISO soak on it once in a while. I find the top coil design on this model to be a good thing, as it makes it easier to load than if it were at the bottom. It's very small, and gives really thick vapor hits. I don't know how it would behave with a runny or viscous oil like puregold, maybe if you just put a drop on at a time so it soaks into the wick. I didn't notice any dripping using it upside down, as it heats so fast your oils vaporize pretty quick. I imagine that will vary depending on the consistency of your oil/wax etc..I'll report more after I really get to use it a bit longer.
*tip, if the oils do get on the outside and you find it stuck in your glass, use a hairdryer to warm it so it will release. I got mine stuck in my 14/18 reducer and had to do this.
thanks for the review. I'm still on the fence about a purchase.
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