Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Hammer Vaporizer, Aug 29, 2012.
Whats the taste like in your experience compared to other vapes?
You get beautiful clouds off it. It hits hard and is harsh (in a good way) a bit like smoking but tastes really good. You get a lot of bang for your buck that's for sure.. it's not like say the air or solo where you gotta sip it, this thing just hits so hard. Damn I want one now, shame I'm at work
Have you tried thr Lotus? If so how does that compare
I haven't tried lotus but I heard they are similar. I have or had
Da Vinci, ssv, extreme q, da Buddha, solo, air and wispr
And which tasted the best out of the above (hammer pro included) sorry to be such a bother
Probably solo for taste but it doesn't hit that hard compared to the hammer. My favorite vape I've used is probably the plenty because it hits so hard and harsh I suppose that's my preference..
See this is where get confused, alot of people are saying the Solo taste amazing but many are saying the Lotus and Hammer taste better then the Solo because they are pure convection where as the solo is a hybrid and roast your herbs whilst it is in there, where as the Hammer and Lotus only warm your air when you heat it, im intrested in all three, im not a cloud chaser im a flavor chaser i just want the best tasting one
Ok I guess I am a cloud chaser harsher the better, my Mrs is the opposite. I missed the lsv off my list that's an amazing vape and probs my 2nd favorite..
I will have a hit from the hammer when I get back home and I'll note the taste compared to my current DD (da Buddha) and the air, although the cheese i got would taste fantastic with all methods
Guess hes smoking a cheese strain
is this forum closed?
No, just highly inactive.
I see..was hoping the owner was watching...my hammer needs some repair...i have sent them an email and called.
David is a busy guy. Took me a few emails to get a response but this is what he sent me. I just need to pay and send it in. Hope this helps
The repair service link is https://www.thehammervaporizer.com/products/repair-service
He sent me that a few months back. Now that im trying to purchase it, it doesnt work. I went to put a new hammer in my cart and i cant do that either. Is hammer out of buisness???
Bummer.. there goes the lifetime warranty..
Hopefully its just a website issue but idk. Why take away the add to cart button and not just shut down the site?
Yeah, none of the accessories can be put in a cart either. I hope for the best as it was a great vape for being in the woods or on the water/ice.
That's something that I always worried about with lifetime or even extended warranties on vapes. Being a vape manufacturer just seems like a tough business
Does anyone have the instructions for taking apart the hammer, and readjusting the torch? My flame on the highest setting is pretty low and takes a long time to heat up.
Below is a post by @Philreal187 showing how to adjust the flame.
That worked great, cheers!
Just stumbled over this and wanted to add it to my collection, looks like it could be a way to quickly vape in situations where using the torch and Vapcap is just too obvious. Problem is I also can't add anything to the cart and no other online store has stock or ships to Australia.
Vapefiend said they would have stock in a week or so though...
Yeah I wondered that today, wanted to get a couple of new stems but nothing doing on the website.
It depends what you mean by "too obvious."
IMO the Hammer's look was not nearly as discrete as a vapcap. I found its unusual form factor and function draws attention and questions from those nearby. My Omnivap looks like a cig from a distance and rarely gets a notice.
The torch on the Hammer is also a bit loud if you were thinking it might be a discrete movie theater option...
Where I did find the Hammer excelled over the VapCap was that the Hammer is simple and less fiddley. The Vapcap is easy to use and master, but does require some dexterity (rolling the cap under the flame, fluting the carb hole) and the VapCap requires two hands. The Hammer just requires you mash the trigger, wait and inhale- and it can be a one handed operation.
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