Discussion in 'Portable Vaporizers' started by Slow Draw McGraw, Aug 31, 2016.
Got 2-3 bowls of this GSC left going to put them thru the Brick, pairing it up with this gummy.
Tried a full MAXX bowl last night for the first time....wow awesome flavour compared to micro loads, very jealous of legal countries. You lucky bastards
Gsc in the Brick, drinking a Juicy Pants IPA by Maplewood Brewing .Watching the UFC 214 prelims .Think I am going to pull the trigger on a JR this upcoming week.
Purple Elephant , drinking a Yellow Rose Smash IPA from Lone Pint.Watching Grind Mode Cyphers.
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...good show man.
The last of my GSC, drinking a Winnower Porter form Burial Beer Co. Action Bronson on Youtube.Want to purchase a JR is there anywhere with discount coupons for the Bricks ?
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@disGRUNTled , I love your posts here!! You are living the life I would like to live, at least that is how I imagine it.
High life 4 sure. You can get there also my man....
You know you've made it when you have your own personal "dab assistant".
You could go through Puff It Up for 15% off with the FC code "FC-1".
Thanks mang if nothing else gets mentioned will prob go that route. Although whenever I can, I prefer to buy it straight from the source.
I just got myself a hydrobrick maxx, the look first attracted me and I have had great results with the hammer, another butane based vape..
Opened up the package and it's so beautiful in the flesh. First few tries I got no vapor at all.. I then adjusted my flame and BAM, thought I must have combusted with the monster clouds I was getting but not the case! Hits so hard tastes amazing and looks superb.. My new DD for sure, vapor on demand as a cloud chaser is right up my street, having only hit it dry so far but planning on getting some kind of water tool..
Next up is the junior version for camping etc
What do you guys think regarding cherry vs walnut? Which do you think is easier to care for and more durable?
I think they should both be easy to care for and very durable.
I only have experience with walnut and spalted maple Bricks. The walnut seemed to have more wood flavor initially but that will fade over time and with use. I say go for what appeals to you aesthetically.
That makes sense. Thanks for the response
I think the Walnut will show bumps and bruises a little easier and have a bit more taste early on like @Vapor_Eyes said, but when cleaned up, she sure is purty!
PS. my Walnut may show a little more because of the oiling/waxing I do....
I'm glad I could help. Enjoy your HydroBrick!
Got myself strapped to a chair, have a mission tonite, I will learn to like water. Dusted off the HT, fc188 and whip, I must figure out why everyone likes it this way. I dearly want to get the flip but I can't justify the purchase if I don't love water filtration, maybe I need tastier water, that chlorine in the tap reeks. It's ironic my favorite vape is the "hydro"brick and I never use water
I use my brick dry mostly as well, the whip is fun and all, but I have others for that. I use spring water as that's all I drink.
Distilled water is better for glass. Minerals (from spring water) are good for flavor and drinking but not so good for glass, they can leave hard water stains.
very true, but I keep my glass very clean so I have no worries.
What oils and waxes do you use?
I ended up going with mineral oil(from health section of supermarket)and bee wax.
I've been using Clark's Cutting Board Oil and Wax. Both are food safe and easy to work with and priced reasonably IMO.
I use the original Burt's Bees lip balm on all of my wood vapes.
As a bonus, it also keeps my lips soft and supple!
I seem to recall discussions about Cherry having the strongest flavor. But I could be wrong.
Distilled water, ah so....that makes a lot of sense. I will give that a go tonite when I'm strapped down for my second attempt at mastering water filtration. My results aren't bad, just not good enough to be worth the trouble
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