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Discussion in 'Plug-in Vaporizers' started by Alan, Dec 10, 2011.

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  1. scienide

    scienide Well-Known Member

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    hi guys...

    i know... i;m lazy... don't want to search trough 242 pages ...

    Where can i order one of these vapes?

    Regards
    Marco
     
  2. Alan

    Alan Master JedHI Manufacturer

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    Please send me an email to alan@toasty-top.com

    Thanks

    Alan
     
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  3. Vitolo

    Vitolo Vaporist

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    Lazy is OK in some areas..... in becoming the best Vaporist you can be... Search is a good friend, and reading the lengthy pages of posts increases your brain power, and Vape knowledge.
     
  4. JJ420

    JJ420 chillin on the couch, sippin off a 22 ounce.

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    So I've been using some heavy hitters lately like the FlowerPot and liger, and with the FP it's been an awesome time no doubt these past couple of weeks, but damn did I ever go through a ton of bud.

    Today I decided to break out my favorite HI in the entire collection - 100 yr. old Pine with an Osage cap taken from another HIsaber.

    10.62v on the dial. Shatter sprinkled on top of the stem. Lear mini beaker.

    Oh my, that was one of the nicest single hits I've had in years!! A monstrous cloud comparable to the flowerpot with a lot LOT less material used. Still there is no better feeling than hitting it out of the park first try on the VVPS (got lucky!) :rockon:
     
  5. Raskin666

    Raskin666 Doom Walrus

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    Hello everyone,

    The first hit at 12v I take is perfect, toasting everything to a coffee brown. I then find I need to wait for it to heat back up to get the same temperature. Is this common to have to wait between hits to achieve same temp?

    I have been using the SSV and LSV for years, which are quite powerful, so it's possible I am just adjusting
     
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  6. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    My search has lead me here. Time to read.
     
  7. Raskin666

    Raskin666 Doom Walrus

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    Big thanks to @Alan for my beautiful new HI and microcontroller. I have been using it with the 14mm GonG tube in a bong, and it is superb.

    I have been using an SSV and LSV for about 5 years, and this is my first log style vaporizer. I have always used @DDave mods on both to get small and efficient loads, so the load size of the HI I love.

    At 12 volts I found it best to wait 30 seconds between hits in order to keep it hot enough to get me the coffee brown ABV I prefer. The flavor is incredible, especially if you dial it down to 11.7v or 11.8v.

    I amazed by the simplicity and craftsmanship of the HI, and am more than pleased. Alan has also been extremely helpful and kind, even since a couple years ago when i purchased tubes from him for my LSV.

    Thanks!![​IMG]

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  8. Diggy Smalls

    Diggy Smalls Tom Cruises

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    Yeah there's a cool down period for both of my logs. I adapted to it differently. I have mine turned up a little so that the first bowl in a ss tip would be too hot, but the next bowl would be perfect. Before I use it the first time in a session, I blow into the core and then take my first hit. Anyway, I don't really think about it anymore cause it's second nature now. So yeah I look at it like it's the first hit that's too hot and the rest are normal. I chain bowls back to back to back sometimes. But then I'm ripped. :) It's like having a fresh bowl for each rip from the vape.

    What beauty you have there @Raskin666 I love the looks of it. What's the texture like?
     
  9. Raskin666

    Raskin666 Doom Walrus

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    It's a maple HI with SS heater cover, wood bottom cap, and a bit of burl on the side. I'm so impressed by the workmanship and functionality!
     
  10. Boden

    Boden Aspie polymath

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    Is that the voltage regular that it comes with? There are no pictures on the site.
     
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  11. Raskin666

    Raskin666 Doom Walrus

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    Yes, it is the microcontroller that Alan makes, but doesn't come with the HI by default, you have to request it additionally.
     
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